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Old 01-15-11, 02:45 PM   #5176
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Someone performed the frame flex test on a horse and came here to tell about it.
I think he's been wiped. He posted 5 pretty much non-bike posts at about 2:45 am, littered a few across C&V for some reason.
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Old 01-15-11, 04:55 PM   #5177
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Not in a huge hurry. What's the model number? It's going in with a 600 Tricolor group from 1988.
6400, right one is missing the faceplate but otherwise really good shape (considering age!)
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Old 01-15-11, 05:05 PM   #5178
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I have; Cinelli stem I think a 1E stem 120mm ext. it is in good overall shape but has some small scuffs on the backside near the top.
Universal Mod 77 brakes the front is nutted the rear recessed. I recently aquired these but since the rear was not nutted I used something else.

need? well I am looking for a set of nice aero brake levers for my '90 Volpe. most anything is fine.
non bike related I could use a small tripod suitable for a Spotting Scope
I am also on the lookout for a decent quality 650c rim tubular or clincher and 650c tubulars
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Old 01-15-11, 10:30 PM   #5179
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6400, right one is missing the faceplate but otherwise really good shape (considering age!)
Sorry, has to be cosmetically good too. Doing a build for a guy who is picky about looks. Thanks though.
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Old 01-15-11, 10:41 PM   #5180
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ISO: French stem 50mm-80mm reach. I can't use anything too short (regarding bar height).

Have: Nitto Technomic 120mm and LOTS of other stuff (see my post on page 206; there's a link in my signature)

ColonelJLloyd- I've got a CTA 80mm stem and could use your Nitto Technomic. Sent you a pm. Thanks!
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Old 01-15-11, 10:56 PM   #5181
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ISO: Interesting 55-58cm frameset or bike. Have whole bike and frame for trade.

Let me know if you see anything you like.

Early-Mid 80's Nishiki International - 54cm - Frame and componets, no wheels


'89 or so Schwinn 754 Frame and seatpost



I also have a '87 Aluminum Trek 2000 I might part with. It is also 54cm, and is almost completely Dura-Ace and original.

I will probably add more bikes and parts later. PM's preferred. Thanks.
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Old 01-16-11, 10:52 PM   #5182
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-Circa 1975 Campagnolo Nuovo Record crankset. Dinged, scratched, etc. Doesn't matter. I just need one to complete a build.
-Peg mount frame pump. Chrome would be nice.

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Old 01-16-11, 11:01 PM   #5183
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ISO:
Sunshine high flange rear hub, 36H. 6 CUTOUTS
Dura-Ace 7400 100mm stem.
Red tire sock of some sort, surprise me.
"Mikashima Unique Road" pedals (chromed steel cages).
Y.F.C. Seamless saddle.
Double butted stainless spokes in the 306-309mm range.


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Items in my for sale thread. NEW STUFF ADDED 1/13!
Silca Impero red frame pump.
Shimano 6-speed Light Action group.
Most of a Shimano RX100 7-speed group.
Various other Shimano and Suntour bits.
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Old 01-17-11, 12:24 AM   #5184
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ISO: Campy 8spd wheelset for the Meile below or will trade for a complete bike around 50cm

FT:::
Shimano 105-1050 Group:
-Down tube shifters SL-1050
-Brake levers SLR BL-1051
-Rear Brake BR-1050
-Front Derailleur FD-1050 clamp 28.6
-Rear Derailleur RD-1050 (scratches)
-Pedals PD-1050
-Brown San Marco Saddle (has a tear)
-Sakae Handlebar
-Biopace chainrings 52/42
-Front wheel with 105 hub



Vision Integrated TT bar
-internal routing for cables
-for use with 1" threaded headset


MISC:
-700c Front Wheel, unknown clincher rim, Shimano 105 hub, needs to be trued
-Continental Sprinter Gatorskin tubular tire *Brand new in box
-Cane Creek IS2 1" integrated threadless headset *Brand new in box
-Reynolds Ouzo 1" carbon compressor cap, never installed
-Shimano Dura Ace ST-7700 9spd shifters. rear shifter does not work properly, front shifter works fine
-Shimano Dura Ace FD-7700 Front Derailleur with 28.6mm clamp
-Ariake Jaguar II NJS Saddle Leather
-Las Cronometro Aero TT Helmet
-Bebop pedals, no cleats, very used
-Shimano 105SC 1056 clipless pedals, no cleats (look style)

PM me
Local trades are welcome

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Old 01-17-11, 11:41 AM   #5185
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Even if the members doing so are paying (premium) members?
Yes. I'm not looking to be hard core, but the mention of money outside of the For Sale section diminishes the value of being a contributing member. Since we can't police PMs, I suggest you confine cash offers to that vehicle. So if you want to offer to buy something, don't mention cash in the posting, send the offer in PM's. If you're open to taking cash in trade, please put your item in For Sale. If that's too much for you to do - at least be tactful and don't list cash in your "Want" list.

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Old 01-17-11, 12:07 PM   #5186
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ISO. campagnolo nuovo record 26.4mm seat post

HAVE. a lot of stuff, just pm me
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Old 01-17-11, 12:13 PM   #5187
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Yes. I'm not looking to be hard core, but the mention of money outside of the For Sale section diminishes the value of being a contributing member. Since we can't police PMs, I suggest you confine cash offers to that vehicle. So if you want to offer to buy something, don't mention cash in the posting, send the offer in PM's. If you're open to taking cash in trade, please put your item in For Sale. If that's too much for you to do - at least be tactful and don't list cash in your "Want" list.

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I don't have a problem with that. I just wasn't clear on that issue.
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Old 01-17-11, 01:48 PM   #5188
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Old 01-17-11, 08:15 PM   #5189
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I don't have a problem with that. I just wasn't clear on that issue.
I realized that. I didn't mean to make it sound like I was picking on you, but I thought that putting the clarification in the thread would make it more public knowledge. I've had to send a few dozen explanation PMs since I became a mod on this very policy. It is not intuitively obvious.
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Old 01-18-11, 01:00 AM   #5190
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Late 80's/early 90's Aluminum bike frame. 54cm (or anything right under 54cm to right under 56cm)


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1990 Miyata 1400A. 54cm, pearl white. All aluminum bike with aluminum "lugs". I have the original Aluminum fork and a replacement CF fork. The usual scratches, decals are in good condition.
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Old 01-18-11, 10:50 AM   #5191
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Old 01-18-11, 10:51 AM   #5192
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Late 80's/early 90's Aluminum bike frame. 54cm (or anything right under 54cm to right under 56cm)


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1990 Miyata 1400A. 54cm, pearl white. All aluminum bike with aluminum "lugs". I have the original Aluminum fork and a replacement CF fork. The usual scratches, decals are in good condition.
don't like the miyata? just curious. I had a steel one with aluminum fork and it rode really nice - always wondered how it would compare to a full alum one.
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Old 01-18-11, 11:06 AM   #5193
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ISO. campagnolo nuovo record 26.4mm seat post

HAVE. a lot of stuff, just pm me

if you haven't seen it I believe Redxj has your seatpost
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Old 01-18-11, 12:09 PM   #5194
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don't like the miyata? just curious. I had a steel one with aluminum fork and it rode really nice - always wondered how it would compare to a full alum one.
It rides great but I'm looking for something a bit stiffer/race worthy. The frame tubes are the same diameter as a steel bikes, therefore giving it a nice ride but the frame is a bit flexy.
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ISO, I don't supose anyone has a nice Chrome or Celeste 700c fork laying about they are not using do they? 1" threaded, atleast a 220mm steerer, standard reach brakes. one set of eyelets would be OK.

have, the above for a 27" wheel .
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Old 01-18-11, 01:39 PM   #5196
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wanted: steel road fork for early 80s 60cm frame. 27" threaded, 1in. trek and/or gray (color) preferred. black would be ok too. steerer tube should be > 8.75in

have: nos deore dx rear derailleur
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Old 01-18-11, 02:57 PM   #5197
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80mm nitto technomic deluxe stem 26.0. new condition. 9.999 out of 10 in condition. never ridden, but installed for a few hours.
looking for the same but in 70mm. will also consider other offers.

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Old 01-18-11, 08:32 PM   #5198
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all lightly used in good shape

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Old 01-19-11, 07:45 AM   #5199
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campy front mech that will work with a double indexed setup, with a band

I've got lots of stuff to trade
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I've got an Campy Avanti 8s RD...pretty clean, might need a cable adjuster.

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campy front mech that will work with a double indexed setup, with a band

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