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Old 11-25-08, 01:02 AM   #26
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Worth a shot..

Have: campy record high flange hubs 36 hole
Want: Either a set of 28 hole vintage high flange hubs of equal value, or a modern 28 hole hub set such as dura ace or ultegra.
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I am looking for a set of 7spd Shimano XT Thumb shifters or just the top caps for each. Have $$ and trade goods. Let me know what you are looking for.
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looking to trade an entire bike. It's a 23" Soma generation with suntour seven components, 27" steel wheels, newer tires. It looks like it's barely been ridden.

I'd be willing to trade or for, well, anything I have listed a few posts above, or whatever. I really would just like to get it out of my garage as it's taking up space. It would be a good commuter or city bike for someone as it's not worth much, but it would be a great beater/every day rider.



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A Japanese-made lugged steel touring frame w/ no mfg markings. Seat tube measures 24.5" (c-t), top tube is 21" (c-c), chainstay is 17.5", rear spacing is 120mm. Rear dropouts are SunTour GS w/ threaded stops, BB threading is English. Brake cable guide brazeons on the top tube, and down tube brazeons for a cable stop, so this was intended for bar-end shifters. I'll take a pic tomorrow if someone is interested, but it looks like a solidly made frame, intended for touring, and for someone with long legs and shorter torso. Some paint chips here and there, but no rust; definitely a rider.

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White Peugeot fork in HLE (fits a 54-ish cm bike)
Rear derailleurs
Stem shifters
MA-4 tubular rims 36 hole (for rider, not display)
Modolo anatomic bars (silver) single groove. Light scratches on exposed surfaces.
Cinelli bars - Campione Del Mundo 63-40. Great shape except for left side of sleeve.
Cinelli stem - 1R 115mm s few minor nicks, and a couple bands from where it was clamped.
Shimano Octalink BB and crankset 175mm cranks, 53 (rather worn) and 39 (lots of wear left) tooth chainrings.
Raleigh steel 40 hole tandem rear hub, solid axle - NOS

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15 or 16 tooth fixed cog <found>
Track lockring
Stronglight A-9 alloy headset (with needle bearings) <found - but if you have a black one for trade... PM please>
Black alloy stem - 80mm - 100mm
Black alloy crankset - (110 or 130 BCD) 170 mm crank
Black alloy rear hub - 36 hole (would prefer track or flip-flop)
if you have something small and blingy, let me know. I might be interested.

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looking to trade an entire bike. It's a 23" Soma generation with suntour seven components, 27" steel wheels, newer tires. It looks like it's barely been ridden.

I'd be willing to trade or for, well, anything I have listed a few posts above, or whatever. I really would just like to get it out of my garage as it's taking up space. It would be a good commuter or city bike for someone as it's not worth much, but it would be a great beater/every day rider.



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Dura-Ace AX 170mm cranks
Dura-Ace AX pedals with clips
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Dura-Ace AX rear derailleur
Dura-Ace AX top mount shifters
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Ultegra 6500 175mm cranks with BB
105 duel pivot brakes
Tiagra 9 speed brifters

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Topline/Cook Bros cranks
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Old 11-25-08, 08:46 PM   #33
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PM sent. Sounds like USAZorro has finally decided to go all hipster fixy on us. I can fix you up man!

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Have:
White Peugeot fork in HLE (fits a 54-ish cm bike)
Rear derailleurs
Stem shifters
MA-4 tubular rims 36 hole (for rider, not display)
Modolo anatomic bars (silver) single groove. Light scratches on exposed surfaces.
Cinelli bars - Campione Del Mundo 63-40. Great shape except for left side of sleeve.
Cinelli stem - 1R 115mm s few minor nicks, and a couple bands from where it was clamped.
Shimano Octalink BB and crankset 175mm cranks, 53 (rather worn) and 39 (lots of wear left) tooth chainrings.
Raleigh steel 40 hole tandem rear hub, solid axle - NOS

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15 or 16 tooth fixed cog
Track lockring
Stronglight A-9 alloy headset (with needle bearings)
Black alloy stem - 80mm - 100mm
Black alloy crankset - (110 or 130 BCD) 170 mm crank
Black alloy hubs - 36 hole (would prefer track or flip-flop for rear)
if you have something small and blingy, let me know. I might be interested.

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Old 11-25-08, 10:40 PM   #35
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WTB/Seeking: mid 80's Trek 890 57CM frame

I ran down a Trek '84 890 ATB/MTN frame that I'm using as a winter commuter... very nice. This one is just a bit small for me.

If you happen to have the larger size (23"/57.5CM) frame and want to unload it, let me know. Condition is not critical (paint) as long as it is straight.

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I have a delta brake with a cracked cable fixing bolt (grub screw, actually). Does anyone have a wasted brake with a good grub screw, or a single? Ihavealottacraptotrade...wadda ya need?
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Have:
Dura-Ace AX 170mm cranks
Dura-Ace AX pedals with clips
Dura-Ace AX front derailleur
Dura-Ace AX rear derailleur
Dura-Ace AX top mount shifters
3T 120mm stem
Ultegra 6500 175mm cranks with BB
105 duel pivot brakes
Tiagra 9 speed brifters

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Comparable Campy stuff to the Dura-Ace stuff above
Dura-ace AX brakes
Topline/Cook Bros cranks
Nuke proof hubs
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Anything interesting
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PM sent. Sounds like USAZorro has finally decided to go all hipster fixy on us. I can fix you up man!

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I have one now, but it's a makeshift Traveler with a 42-19 cog - which sails up hills, but wants to dislocate my knees going down. I have an inbound project that is going to need all black components to look "right".

Then I'm going to put the Traveler back to it's old self and find it a new home.
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Looking for a unicycle with a 20" wheel and adjustable seat post.

and an inexpensive one at that.
Looks like the reply with quote doesn't pick up tag lines....

PM'ing you about some uni ads I've seen recently
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I'm looking for a 1" 700c fork with recessed brake bolt mount, lugged crown. Nothing fance, just straight and 4130 to match the frame
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Old 11-26-08, 03:13 PM   #41
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I need a 36h freewheel type hub, japanese preferred. nos or new preferred
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Looking for a friend who wants that Lotus frame sitting in your garage that's too small for you anyhow...48-52cm is the target size and pretty please in decent shape
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I have one now, but it's a makeshift Traveler with a 42-19 cog - which sails up hills, but wants to dislocate my knees going down. I have an inbound project that is going to need all black components to look "right".

Then I'm going to put the Traveler back to it's old self and find it a new home.
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WTB: Front/rear set of Suntour Mountech derailleurs. Yep, old school MTB bike stuff, so rear must be long cage. I'm pretty sure they all were though, right? Hopefully some clean ones, without too much scarring. Doesn't have to be perfect though, mainly just functional.,,,,BD
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WTB: Front/rear set of Suntour Mountech derailleurs. Yep, old school MTB bike stuff, so rear must be long cage. I'm pretty sure they all were though, right? Hopefully some clean ones, without too much scarring. Doesn't have to be perfect though, mainly just functional.,,,,BD
I've got a front Mountech FD I think, cosmetically pretty good. But it has a touch too much cage wear/chain rub to sell on ebay, not enough to have tossed it to the bike co-op so it sits forlorn in the parts bin. If I remember it worked on its donor bike, this year's '83 Centurion Pro Tour build. Yours for postage to give it a try.

Also have a couple of long cage Cyclone MK II RD 'GT' RD's, both exc mechanically but one has the markings worn off so no bling. A much better operating, much lighter and much more long wearing RD than a Mountech IMO. Depends though, if it has the chain wrap capacity (I think it's 34t you can stretch to 36 or 37t if you are mindful about cross chaining) and largest cog size (32t?) that's required. Bling costs more. No bling brings less. Trade or Washingtons.

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--Shimano 'br-m550' cantilevers (Deore LX early '90's)
--Gravity Research 'Rim Crusher' Cantilevers
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I have a line on a rear MT, with your front that would complete the set? The rear cog on an 84 830 is an atom 38T, believe it or not. I might could swap the freewheel out, but it's original to the bike, as Mountech is "supposed" to be. Somewhere along the line someone grafted on the almost all steel AGtech. Let me see how the rear one works out, and I'll let you know! I didn't think these parts would turn up so fast! Sweet.,,,,BD

The receiver of the Mountech...It's a little ugly, but I love it. After another look at the catalog, someone swiped the front brake
drop/hanger as well. That should be a little easier to find.

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I have a complete set of M501's. Not sure how different they are from 550's but they are 'economical'.

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I have a nos shimano 105 ug rear hub 126mm old, and a suntour alpha 5000 short cage rd used

need.

mks pedals touring , 110 sr or nitto quill stem good condition
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4) Ofmega (Super Record style) 53t chain ring, 144mm BCD

5) Campagnolo Nuovo Record 53t chain ring, 144 BCD

6) NEW - NEVER LACED w/ BOX! Campagnolo Record rear hub. 120mm spacing for 5sp freewheel, 32h.

7) Universal Super 68 brake set - pristine condition.

8) Universal brake levers. 4 levers! 1 lever has a split base, and 1 set of good condition hoods. All the parts needed for a complete set plus plenty of spare parts!

9) SunTour PowerShifters. Think I may have just assembled these incorrectly, but the rear does not hold derailleur in place. Otherwise, good for parts.

10) SunTour Superbe brake levers. missing one clamp band. non-suntour hoods included.

11) Shimano Dura-Ace MF-7400 7sp freewheel. 12-21 range.

13) 3Rensho Super Record Export TT funny bike frameset w/ front wheel, headset, and BB.

WANT:

1) 56-57cm track frame. steel, lugged. Open to many brands, let me know what you have.
2) 170 or 172.5mm track cranks (campy, shimano, sugino, others. matching BB would be most helpful.
3) 100mm Cinelli XA stem, 26.4mm clamp.
4) Set of campagnolo QR skewers w/ rear made for 130mm dropouts. (or just the rear, if not a pair)
5) set of Campagnolo brake cable housing clamps for top tube.
6) Campagnolo crank bolt covers (need 2 pair)
7) Nitto or similar TT / bullhorn style bars
8) 26.8mm seat post (any usable condition)

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