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metalchef87 11-30-08 06:30 PM

Looking for a red 700c tire...also 90-100mm Cinelli 26.4 (clamp ) stem...

jan nikolajsen 11-30-08 07:10 PM

Have: Campagnolo Nuovo Record pat.84 rear derailer in excellent shape. No road rash, good jockey wheels, etc.

Need: Campagnolo rear derailer from 1988-91, Chorus, Croce D'Aune or Athena in similar excellent condition

JunkYardBike 11-30-08 07:22 PM

Still looking for:

100mm-120mm quill stem, silver, at least 190mm quill length, 26.0 or 26.4 clamp (think Nitto Technomic, Nitto Deluxe, et al). It's for an ugly frame, so it doesn't have to be cosmetically perfect. Just looking for something to give me some rise.

USAZorro 11-30-08 08:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by banjo_mole (Post 7937511)
http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f2...oyToeClips.jpg

Still no luck with a set of these?
I don't need the box or any of that.

Does it need to be that make? PM me with size you're looking for.

dannyg1 11-30-08 09:41 PM

Wanted: A NOS Shimano 11-23 or 12-23 (or something close) HG70 (or upper end chromed) 7-speed cassette. Though I realize it's a pain, I really need this to be New. I've been through three used candidates now and none has worked (BN HG chain) without ker-chunking under heavy pedal stress.

I have a boatload of commensurate value stuff I can trade for it. Pretty much anything your little heart might desire.

Thanks,
Danny

mkeller234 12-01-08 12:07 AM

I'm looking for a set of Campy shift levers to fit down tube braze ons. They would go on a 78 Raleigh Pro, so I would prefer Nuovo Record shifters, but anything close would be fine.

-Matt

dannyg1 12-01-08 06:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mkeller234 (Post 7942733)
I'm looking for a set of Campy shift levers to fit down tube braze ons. They would go on a 78 Raleigh Pro, so I would prefer Nuovo Record shifters, but anything close would be fine.

-Matt

I've got a number of these. Got any small bore 7-speed cassettes?

Danny

mkeller234 12-01-08 07:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dannyg1 (Post 7943259)
I've got a number of these. Got any small bore 7-speed cassettes?

Danny

No, I actually don't have much to trade. I have some cheapo parts (dia compe brakes and such) but nothing great. I have been watching ebay and I see them going for around 25-50 plus shipping so I figured I would try here.

-Matt

-holiday76 12-01-08 08:59 AM

have:

-campy victory 170 crank-set in great shape
-pug uo8 25" bike minus wheelset. blue, good paint, no rust, new cables, ready to go with your wheels
-mavic starfish crank-set minus chainrings, 172.5
-1952 raleigh 3 speed sports 23" project. has wheels, handlebars, full chain case, brooks, complete but not put together. lost interested . Can come with 70s woman sports parts bike.
- early 80's Miyata 210 25" frame. a little rough, but usable.
- older brooks b17. rough shape, but usable.


want:
- campy 175 crankset compatible with 5-7 speed stuff.
- some sort of campy indexed group to go on my bianchi. would add cash to the mix for this.
- nitto front rack
- wider alloy drop bars, 44-48cm
- tall nitto stems
- possibly any campy stuff
- possibly any touring stuff.


pm me for pics of anything above. for the bikes, i'd prefer not to ship, but if the buyer wants to pay actual shipping cost I could be persuaded.

metalchef87 12-01-08 06:52 PM

Looking for Tektro R200 Brake levers...I would prefer all black, but black and silver is okay too. Have a few things just ask.

JRT 12-02-08 02:15 AM

Small things
 
It seems that there are issues finding small things.

1. Shim washers for M6 bolt size, 0.5mm thick stainless steel. This is a standard item, but they are sold by the box and I only need 4 of them to fit new idler wheels to my vintage derailleur.

2. Seatpost bolt. I can't seem to find one of those sex bolt type ones that is long enough. With the cable hanger for the center pull brake, I need one that is 30mm. Actually, a standard 8mm diameter sex bolt would work. I have found them with a Allen head and even knurling on the female end. But, I can't find them in metric sizes.

3. 5mm cable housing to 4mm stop cable end. E.G. JagWire CC115-6. I don't really need a bottle of 100 (only need 1), but my old Simplex derailleur has a cable hole which is too small for 5mm housing.

http://img530.imageshack.us/img530/1...ire1156co6.png

motochick 12-02-08 09:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tingjunkie (Post 7940796)
Hey Folks,

Looking for a lightweight chro-mo steel road/touring/hybrid bike (or frame) to turn into a quick urban commuter. Nishiki, Panasonic, Trek, Univega, Miyata, Schwinn, Raleigh, etc, etc. Something similar to the following specs:
- 60-63cm. Closer to 63cm is best.
- Double-butted chro-mo (or equivalent) tubing is a must. Brand names like Reynolds, Tange, Columbus, etc a plus.
- Lugged frame and forged dropouts a big plus.
- Campy parts a plus.
- Nothing bent, kinked, or otherwise screwed up is a must.

I don't need anything super collectible or lusted after. Seriously, the frame could say "Confente" or "Wussy Princess" and it wouldn't matter to me either way. Just wanting a well built, lightweight, steel bike which can get my 6'2" butt around NYC a little better than my '73 Schwinn Suburban (which is too small for me).

I am willing to pay a fair price, but don't want to compete with the hipster posers who drive up the prices here in the city. I AM NOT BUILDING A FIXIE! :) (Not that there's anything wrong with that!) I'm talking around $100 max for a really nice frame, or around $300 max for a complete bike with really nice components. Less than that is even better. Of course, I am willing to make exceptions for really exceptional stuff. (I'm new to this, so if my expectations for cost are off, please feel free to PM me and set me straight... kindly though.) Also, if anyone is interested in my 22" (55cm) Suburban for trades, it's cosmetically beat-up, but is in excellent functional condition and has served me very well aside from the size.

Thanks for reading! :thumb:

I have a very exceptional Univega Tange double butted throughout, campy dropouts, in a 63. I will PM you.

Brenda

USAZorro 12-02-08 09:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by technicssor (Post 7949462)
shorter frame/fork/ brand new campy record headset that i need to get rid of
57 c-c top tube
67.5 c-top seat tube

i put it against another bike to show proportion, the other bike is a 56 c-c seat and 57 c-c top, so if you ride a 56 this bike will fit you, despite its extreme look
takes a 650 front wheel, which i do not have so it is pictured with a deflated 700c on it. paint is metallic and kind of sparkley but you cant tell in the pictures. couple paint nicks but really small
i think these are fairly rare in the states, but i could be wrong
thanks for looking
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3022/...d0c9bcca19.jpg

Looks very interesting, but I'd be afraid I'd hurt myself on that contraption that joins the top tube to the seat tube. :eek:

technicssor 12-02-08 09:53 AM

get a riser quill stem

it would put you at a comfortable level

dbakl 12-02-08 10:56 AM

Looking for a 56cm ctc low to medium level 70s Italian or English frame and fork with flat stamped dropouts. The more chrome, the better!

Have numerous vintage items to trade.

RobbieTunes 12-02-08 01:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by technicssor (Post 7949462)
shorter frame/fork/ brand new campy record headset that i need to get rid of
57 c-c top tube
67.5 c-top seat tube

i put it against another bike to show proportion, the other bike is a 56 c-c seat and 57 c-c top, so if you ride a 56 this bike will fit you, despite its extreme look
takes a 650 front wheel, which i do not have so it is pictured with a deflated 700c on it. paint is metallic and kind of sparkley but you cant tell in the pictures. couple paint nicks but really small
i think these are fairly rare in the states, but i could be wrong
thanks for looking
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3022/...d0c9bcca19.jpg

Will you sell the wheel set that's on it?

RobbieTunes 12-02-08 01:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by USAZorro (Post 7949851)
Looks very interesting, but I'd be afraid I'd hurt myself on that contraption that joins the top tube to the seat tube. :eek:

Maybe it's a sail.

USAZorro 12-02-08 01:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RobbieTunes (Post 7951116)
Maybe it's a sail.

Reminds me more of the alternate edge of a halberd. :eek:

http://www.nps.gov/history/museum/ex...d_MORR1913.jpg

technicssor 12-02-08 01:57 PM

a sail to make you go faster :)

wheelset not for sale

kpug505 12-02-08 02:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by technicssor (Post 7949462)
shorter frame/fork/ brand new campy record headset that i need to get rid of
57 c-c top tube
67.5 c-top seat tube

Since this is the ISO/WTB and for trade thread and you obviously aren't looking for it or buy it....How 'bout listing what you would like to trade for it? Otherwise it kinda seems like you're fishing for a sale.....







Which is against the rules.

technicssor 12-02-08 02:24 PM

fixed it

RobbieTunes 12-02-08 02:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by technicssor (Post 7951152)
a sail to make you go faster :)

wheelset not for sale

trying to figure out how to pout on line..................:cry:

cudak888 12-02-08 09:04 PM

HAVE:
Sora RH brifter ST-3300

WANT:
Campag Veloce RH brifter (8-speed era, I believe - has the shield logo and small angled cutouts)

-Kurt

23skidoo 12-02-08 10:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tingjunkie (Post 7940796)
Update: After testing out a few bikes in the meantime, I think my frame size is closer to 61cm as opposed to the 63 I was previously thinking. However, I am sure I can make most frames between 60-63cm work just fine.

Hey Folks,

Looking for a lightweight chro-mo steel road/touring/hybrid bike (or frame) to turn into a quick urban commuter. Nishiki, Panasonic, Trek, Univega, Miyata, Schwinn, Raleigh, etc, etc. Something similar to the following specs:
- 60-63cm. Closer to 61cm is best.
- Double-butted chro-mo (or equivalent) tubing is a must. Brand names like Reynolds, Tange, Columbus, etc a plus.
- Lugged frame and forged dropouts a big plus.
- Campy parts a plus.
- Nothing bent, kinked, or otherwise screwed up is a must.

I don't need anything super collectible or lusted after. Seriously, the frame could say "Confente" or "Wussy Princess" and it wouldn't matter to me either way. Just wanting a well built, lightweight, steel bike which can get my 6'2" butt around NYC a little better than my '73 Schwinn Suburban (which is too small for me).

I am willing to pay a fair price, but don't want to compete with the hipster posers who drive up the prices here in the city. I AM NOT BUILDING A FIXIE! :) (Not that there's anything wrong with that!) I'm talking around $100 max for a really nice frame, or around $300 max for a complete bike with really nice components. Less than that is even better. Of course, I am willing to make exceptions for really exceptional stuff. (I'm new to this, so if my expectations for cost are off, please feel free to PM me and set me straight... kindly though.) Also, if anyone is interested in my 22" (55cm) Suburban for trades, it's cosmetically beat-up, but is in excellent functional condition and has served me very well aside from the size.

Thanks for reading! :thumb:

Check your PM's if you're still looking.

divineAndbright 12-02-08 11:00 PM

Wanted:
28 hole high flange front hub
Shimano chainrings, old style w/the inner webs as found on dura ace, 600 and tourney cranks etc. 52 tooth, 42t, 40t


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