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miamijim 01-26-09 06:45 AM

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Originally Posted by metalchef87 (Post 8249040)
I actually think the pedals are ultegra road style pedals...so I'd need road shoes.

All Shimano SPD shoes should work on any Shimano SPD pedal. Road/mtn doesnt matter.

I use SPD pedals on all of my bikes. My road bikes have road specific pedals but my 1 pair of shoes are mtn.

PlatyPius 01-26-09 06:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by metalchef87 (Post 8249040)
I actually think the pedals are ultegra road style pedals...so I'd need road shoes.

I have a pair of those that I don't need. Worn twice.

miamijim 01-26-09 06:56 AM

As long as were talking SPD's.....

WTB: Shimano SPD specific road pedals. I'd like the single sided pedals that accept the small metal cleat.

PlatyPius 01-26-09 07:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by miamijim (Post 8249083)
As long as were talking SPD's.....

WTB: SPD specific road pedals. I'd like the single sided pedals that accept the small metal cleat.

I have some Icons (Trek), I think......

lotek 01-26-09 08:16 AM

desperately seeking 32 hole Campy C-Record front hub, or Croce level hub.

Marty

norskagent 01-26-09 08:20 AM

want: nitto bullhorns, 25.4 (or 26.0), the flat kind.
have: cinelli stem, 100mm, w/ black "c" logo on front, frame pumps, 26.8 sugino fluted seatpost.

treebound 01-26-09 09:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by metalchef87 (Post 8247788)
I am looking for a cheap...I mean dirt cheap, pair of spd shoes U.S. size 11.5-12. Please let me know what you have, used with plenty of life is ok with me.

Have some things to trade, or possibly $ if need be.

Can you squeeze into a size 11? I'm not sure if Carnac sizes larger or smaller relative to their noted size number:
http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bik/998053797.html

corter 01-26-09 10:57 AM

This might be a bit of a long shot, but I'm looking to trade this track bike for a decently equipped road bike. I know I won't get much in a modern sense, I don't know if anyone would be interested in trading. Looking for something in the 58-60 range, in nice shape. I don't mind overhauling bearings/cables/etc...just no rust. something italian would be a plus to give my deBernardi some company :)

I have this bike, components are as follows:

57cm bike island frame
new tange threaded headset
new sram chain
Sugino RD crankset/bb w. 48 tooth surly stainless steel chainring
red anodized 32h deep v's-miche track hubs
no name saddle/aluminum seatpost
bars and stem can be switched for a set of black risers i have if you'd like.

the frame is drilled for front and rear brakes, and also has water bottle cage and fender mounts.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3385/...f9984bd5f7.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3464/...c73c0a1f44.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3268/...0cf50c7212.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3446/...d84446688e.jpg

treebound 01-26-09 11:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by corter (Post 8250109)
This might be a bit of a long shot, but I'm looking to trade this track bike for a decently equipped road bike. I know I won't get much in a modern sense, I don't know if anyone would be interested in trading. Looking for something in the 58-60 range, in nice shape. I don't mind overhauling bearings/cables/etc...just no rust. something italian would be a plus to give my deBernardi some company :)

....

Where abouts are you located? Shipping costs can be a deal killer sometimes.

corter 01-26-09 11:34 AM

i'm in boston. i have a local shop that will ship bikes for under $50 via ups. in that respect, on my side at least, shipping isn't that big of an issue. however i can understand how it might be for someone not as lucky.

i might also mention that i'd very much entertain offers on a nice groupo as well, it might be easier to ship-and i could probably save up for a frame.

miamijim 01-26-09 12:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cyclotoine (Post 8250076)

I'm looking for the first gen SPD road pedals....the ones they had before the switch to SPD SL's. The ones I want take the same cleat as the current mountain pedals.


Like these:

http://www.bikepro.com/products/peda...00_spd_top.jpg

RobbieTunes 01-26-09 06:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by corter (Post 8250333)
i'm in boston. i have a local shop that will ship bikes for under $50 via ups. in that respect, on my side at least, shipping isn't that big of an issue. however i can understand how it might be for someone not as lucky.

i might also mention that i'd very much entertain offers on a nice groupo as well, it might be easier to ship-and i could probably save up for a frame.

PM sent.

jeebusaurousrex 01-26-09 10:29 PM

Have: 23" 1988 Schwinn World Sport - mostly stock, in decent shape. PM for details.

Want: 21" or smaller women's road bike/frame. Mixte preferred.

NYC

jan nikolajsen 01-26-09 11:05 PM

Hunting for (edited):

* 110 bcd vintage double crankset, 172.5-177.5 arms. 50T-34T best, but really any teeth, even no rings.

* British threaded 111mm BB to fit Campy square taper.

* Silver 700 clincher rims, 36h, non hardened, classic box cross section.

* Friction bar end shifters, SunTour preferred.

* Randonneur bars, wider better, 25.4mm sleeve.

* Mafac Racers in good condition

* Any clincher wheel set, silver 700 rims, 126mm rear, for freewheel. Points for Suntour or Mavic SSC hubs.
Obscure high flange even better.


Trade items in signature. Also $. Thanks for looking!

Jan

USAZorro 01-26-09 11:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RobbieTunes (Post 8247969)
And Shimano actually sold a shoe called the SPD-R, didn't they?

Pedals too. I have a pair of them that I have absolutely no use for.

Have:

Shimano SPD-R Pedals. A bit worn and dirty, but they spin nicely. I'll never use them.
Shimano SLR aero brake levers with white hoods. Excellent condition and the hoods cleaned up to just a couple shades short of their original white.
144 BCD chainrings of assorted sizes. Some Campagnolo, some Sugino. All used, but all still usable.
Campagnolo 980 front derailleur - very nice condition.
Some 6 speed freewheels - mostly SunTour and Shimano.
A few other odds & ends.

Want:

To tell the world how great C&V Forum members are. :)
Decent quality black or dark grey brake calipers with minimal scratches - recessed bolt, medium reach.

SunTour V, Compe V, or other lightweight early 70's SunTour FD with non-rusting/oxidizing cage.
SunTour V, or VX, or other lightweight early 70's medium cage RD that's mechanically sound without oxidation on the cage.
Short stack alloy headset


RobbieTunes 01-27-09 07:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by USAZorro (Post 8254411)
Pedals too. I have a pair of them that I have absolutely no use for.

Have:

Shimano SPD-R Pedals. A bit worn and dirty, but they spin nicely. I'll never use them.
Shimano SLR aero brake levers with white hoods. Excellent condition and the hoods cleaned up to just a couple shades short of their original white.
144 BCD chainrings of assorted sizes. Some Campagnolo, some Sugino. All used, but all still usable.
Campagnolo 980 front derailleur - very nice condition.
Some 6 speed freewheels - mostly SunTour and Shimano.
A few other odds & ends.

Want:

Decent quality black or dark grey brake calipers with minimal scratches - recessed bolt, medium reach.
SunTour V, Compe V, or other lightweight early 70's SunTour FD with non-rusting/oxidizing cage.
SunTour V, or VX, or other lightweight early 70's medium cage RD that's mechanically sound without oxidation on the cage.

PM sent on the calipers.

mudboy 01-27-09 03:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by miamijim (Post 8250662)
I'm looking for the first gen SPD road pedals....the ones they had before the switch to SPD SL's. The ones I want take the same cleat as the current mountain pedals.


Like these:

http://www.bikepro.com/products/peda...00_spd_top.jpg

I have a pair that I might be tempted to part with...switched over to double sided SPD's on my Riv

Pete

jtarver 01-27-09 05:34 PM

WTB- Lugged steel touring frame 56/7mm. Basically looking for a LHT alternative in the C&V style. Price range similar to LHT($400-500). Canti brakes and low rider mounts preferred, but not a deal breaker. Thanks

Grand Bois 01-27-09 05:50 PM

I'm looking for a 1" quill stem that is hinged at the clamp so that I can change bars by removing one bolt. The reach should be 70-80mm. I know that 3TTT made some in the '90s called Evol. There must be others.

miamijim 01-27-09 05:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mudboy (Post 8257896)
I have a pair that I might be tempted to part with...switched over to double sided SPD's on my Riv

Pete

Get back at me when you get a chance..... PM or email me... jim2527@hotmail.com

bodaciousllama 01-27-09 07:01 PM

ISO one (1) cotter nut for my Raleigh

just like this bad boy http://cgi.ebay.com.sg/Vintage-Raleigh-Cotter-Pin-Nut-3-8-thread-NOS-Genuine_W0QQitemZ260353076057QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item260353076057&_trksid=p32 86.m63.l1177

...except not $60

kpug505 01-27-09 07:39 PM

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Originally Posted by bodaciousllama (Post 8259099)

That is highway robbery.....

jtarver 01-27-09 08:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cyclotoine (Post 8259286)
Nothing C&V comes close to the LHT in terms of design for loaded touring. If you're willing to pay that much why go with a sub-par machine? Just for lugs? not worth it.

Is this the unsolicited advice thread or WTB?

Bikedued 01-27-09 08:17 PM

I was about say one word, and one number. Miyata 1000:D,,,,BD


http://www-hsc.usc.edu/~rpinder/miyata.html

YoKev 01-27-09 08:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jtarver (Post 8258627)
WTB- Lugged steel touring frame 56/7mm. Basically looking for a LHT alternative in the C&V style. Price range similar to LHT($400-500). Canti brakes and low rider mounts preferred, but not a deal breaker. Thanks

Not to hijack, but I was thinking the same at one time.

I priced a new Bob Jackson frame at about $650 shipped to the USA. I would build it with Deore LX components and budget around $400 for wheels (give or take).

Surprise surprise, it's a touch more than a new LHT when all is said and done, and about the same as a new Trek 520.

http://www.bobjacksoncycles.co.uk/im...Off_Peg500.jpg

http://www.bobjacksoncycles.co.uk/pr...products_id=43


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