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Old 02-04-11, 11:32 AM   #5376
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looking for a quill stem 22.2 , 26. ~110mm length. something suitable (sturdy, classic looking) for a '89 paramount with modern 10spd components.
have:
6500 ultegra braze-on front derailleur

6500 rear derailleur
600 crankset w/bb
hand pump

campus pedals - spd clip in on one side, flat on the other

80s suntour derailleurs of a midlevel schwinn
specialized alias saddle

600/ultegra rear hub
profile design carbon bottle cage
7400 rear derailleur

9 speed ti cassette (no lockring)

27.2 alum seatpost. generic

ultegra skewers

130 / 26 bontrager stem
a few other things.
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Old 02-04-11, 11:43 AM   #5377
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Canti posts?
Yeah, steerer length needs to be pretty short though
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3373jones, PM sent.

mazdaspeed, I'll get photos.
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mazdaspeed, I'll get photos.
Can you measure from the crown race to the threads?
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Old 02-04-11, 01:35 PM   #5380
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700c wheelset, 120 or 126mm (preferred) spacing, machined widewalls on the rims, clincher that'll work with a 25-28mm tire or so. I have a hand build 27" wheelset with Shimano high flange hubs laced to Araya 27x1 rims - nearly NOS rims - probably less than 400mi. I have a couple freewheels here to throw in, as well as some other stuff. Trying to put the finishing touches on my Gazelle A-Frame rebuild plans.
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Old 02-04-11, 02:18 PM   #5381
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Yeah, steerer length needs to be pretty short though
A steerer that's too long isn't that big of a hurdle. Any decent LBS can cut it and extend the threads in little time.
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Old 02-04-11, 06:12 PM   #5382
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Can you measure from the crown race to the threads?
I'll measure everything, no problem.
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Old 02-04-11, 07:24 PM   #5383
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ISO Cinelli stem 1R or 1A, 80 or 90mm. Got a French one? Even better.

Have: Cinelli 1R, 105mm, 22.2. Also other stuff.

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A steerer that's too long isn't that big of a hurdle. Any decent LBS can cut it and extend the threads in little time.
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Well, turns out I don't need it. I had a fork that would work, but the steerer was too long, then I realized (like ColonelJLloyd said) that the bike shop could probably thread it, and a few $ and 10 minutes later the fork has sufficient threads! Thanks again Robbie but it turns out I don't need a fork afterall. By the way, I sent your caliper out today.
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Cool beans, mazdaspeed. I wasn't that big on going out under the back porch where I have some forks. It was orange, if I remember.

ISO: Good yellow road saddle, the more marigold vs. yellow, the better.

Have: 3 to trade for one.
Pista by Velo (was Bianchi labeled).


Avocet Gel


SSM "M" w/preforated letter, very light.
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Anyone have an extra set of friction barcons by chance? Got yet another bike today... lol
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Old 02-05-11, 10:34 AM   #5387
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ISO - various Dura Ace components
- 7400 Braze-on FD
- 7401/7402 Aero Levers
- Fluted seat post

PM me if you have any

Have:
- Daytona 170mm crank-arm set with 52/39 - clean
- 105 square-taper crank-arm set - needs clean
- Daytona english-threaded BB
- 1 (yes, 1) Gran Compe brake lever - hood in bad shape
- 1 Gran Compe brake caliper
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Anyone have an extra set of friction barcons by chance? Got yet another bike today... lol
I think Brian (balindamood) has a box of Suntour's. Send him a PM.
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Old 02-05-11, 12:45 PM   #5389
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I have a pair of NorthWave shoes, for Look type pedals, in size 42.



Truth be told, I have two pairs.

Happy to trade for something. Bigger shoes? Whatchagot?
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Old 02-05-11, 01:14 PM   #5390
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Rudi, I have a pair of Specialized BG's in size 45 if you're at all interested in those. I don't need more shoes, but I am looking to get these out of my room.

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Old 02-06-11, 12:05 AM   #5391
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Email sent re. tubular wheels.

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1R stem (105mm, 26.4)
1A stem (120mm, 26.4)
8s campy spacers
old 26.0 Fiamme bars (a bit narrow)
good 9s shimano chainrings - 39,53,53 with bolts

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Tubular wheels for my Italian
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Anyone have an extra set of friction barcons by chance? Got yet another bike today... lol
I think I have a set of Shimanos around here somewhere. Let me know if I should dig'em out of a box.

Also, pm me an email address and I'll send you a pic this afternoon.
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Old 02-06-11, 12:37 PM   #5393
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Cleaning out the parts box today. Here's a couple pics of stuff that I never, ever anticipate using. Hopefully someone out there will have a use for some or all of it. You'd be surprised how little I'd be willing to let a lot of this stuff go for, especially if you were also covering shipping costs. Plenty of this stuff would really fit better in the free stuff thread. I'm making a post office run in the morning for some other trades with lovely BF members so get your PM's in soon and get new (to you) stuff this week.

What I could use in trade:
700x23ish presta tubes
Black bar tape - cloth or fake cork
Narrow cloth rim tape
Black brake housing
Brake and shifter cables
Hoods for Shimano SLR levers
Chainring nut wrench
One of those under-the-saddle tool pouches
Metal tire levers
Seat post clamp bolt
26.6 seat post
Allen-head crank bolts (for Campy, if that matters)
Anything else consumable (road bike-specific)

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First pic:
Viscount pedals, no dust caps, spin great but a little loose
Generic steel flat pedals
Suntour alpha 4050 derailleur
Atom FRENCH THREADED narrow 6 speed freewheel
Shimano Arabesque clamp-on shifters
Shimano Light Action group - shifters, derailleurs (can dig up a freewheel, too); front missing cable clamp bolt

Second picture:
Dia-compe non-aero levers with turkey wings ground off
Universal center-pulls, levers and brakes (including straddle cables)
Weinmann QR levers with white Carlton hoods
Single Cane Creek interrupter lever w/ replacement clamp bolt
Shimano SLX levers - look to be shifter/levers with shifters ground off
Lambert levers with dry half-hoods
Dia-compe aero levers - a little stiff, but usable

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Viscount stem (~70 mm)
Normandy HF front hub
Bright orange Skyway tuff pads - same shape as Kool Stop Continentals, new

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Stausty - are those your personal shoes sticking into the corner of that second picture? They look unique. Pearl Izumi?
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Have: 27.0mm Dura Ace fluted seatpost, imperfect but 100% usable and not bad looking. It's missing the "half moon" washer that the binder bolt sits on, but it works fine.

Want: Similar 27.2mm post, something silver and reasonably classic looking.

Also looking for Shimano downtube cable stops, curved, not flat.

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Stausty - are those your personal shoes sticking into the corner of that second picture? They look unique. Pearl Izumi?
They're Paramount, sold by Schwinn in the late 80's. I used to have a pair.
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ISO original Selle Italia Turbo saddle for 1987 Univega Super Speciale restoration. I don't need NOS or a modern copy, just an original in good condition. Thanks.
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Old 02-06-11, 02:12 PM   #5398
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this may seem silly but I am actually looking for 2 or 3 NOS spoke protectors. I need the style for a FW with the metal mounting area and for 24-26T FW cogs. I actuallt need atleastone for a Disc cover I want to put back into use.

I also could use a 32' Campi rear hub. model not too important, HF would be awsome.

I don't have too much to trade (well that I am willing to trade anyway) for a nice HF hub I could possibly give up a 8spd Campi hub of unknown model, but I suspect it is Veloce.

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Stausty - are those your personal shoes sticking into the corner of that second picture? They look unique. Pearl Izumi?
They're Paramount shoes like mudboy mentioned. The graphics are the same as on the PDG Series Paramounts from the early 90's or so. They were a throw-in with a bike I purchased (and subsequently sold) last year. They're too big for me and are promised to another BF member, thankfully in trade for a pair of shoes that should fit.
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Does anyone, by chance, have any good axle cones that will work on a front shimano exage MTB hub? Might need rear ones as well, it depends on whether these suntour cones sitting here will work.
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