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Old 05-11-13, 07:32 AM   #10576
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I'd love to trade my Raleigh Dawn for a mixte in decent mechanical and cosmetic condition. I ride a 54cm road bike and am comfortable on a 21 inch Sports. The Dawn measures 23 inches.
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Old 05-11-13, 08:11 AM   #10577
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Does anyone have use for a NOS 28h Mavic GL330 tubular rim, some Dura Ace 7401/7402 brake lever hoods, or a (Patent, I believe) Campy 53t chainring?
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Old 05-11-13, 10:57 AM   #10578
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Hey Rat fink, Haven't seen you around much lately. Good to see you posting over here again.

EDIT: Reconsidered & backing out. Good luck. Someone will surely be in search of those items.

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Old 05-11-13, 06:01 PM   #10579
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ISO: 45T 135 bcd chainring in good to excellent shape.

Have: many things to trade. PMs please.
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Old 05-12-13, 09:30 AM   #10580
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ISO Shimano 600ex Crank left Arm FC-6207

Have a couple of things to trade pm me
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Old 05-12-13, 09:39 AM   #10581
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Old 05-12-13, 10:16 PM   #10582
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ISO: Campy spindle 68-SS 30-52-33/114.5mm. There are many 68-SS/ 114.5mm but I need one with a 52mm center race to race. Thanks

FT: If you have this spindle to trade I guarantee I can come up with something you want; lots of Campy parts (and small parts), some Suntour and Shimano (9 speed Ultegra), various headsets (sorry no Campy) and much much more!

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Old 05-13-13, 01:21 PM   #10583
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^ I think I have one... this would be the thin cup spindle? Let me check tonight.
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Old 05-14-13, 12:47 AM   #10584
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^ I think I have one... this would be the thin cup spindle? Let me check tonight.
No, with a 52mm center race to race measurement, it would be for a rifled cup; the norm middle measurement for a 68mm with 1/4" BB thin cup would be 54.5mm and thick would be 49.5. Because of the 3/16" BB it falls in the middle @ 52mm. BTW I think I'm on a fools errand; Sutherlands charts did not show this to be a titanium spindle, but I believe it is. However if you have a something similar in steel it might work, otherwise I will additionally have SR cups for trade.
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Old 05-14-13, 07:21 AM   #10585
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No, with a 52mm center race to race measurement, it would be for a rifled cup; the norm middle measurement for a 68mm with 1/4" BB thin cup would be 54.5mm and thick would be 49.5. Because of the 3/16" BB it falls in the middle @ 52mm. BTW I think I'm on a fools errand; Sutherlands charts did not show this to be a titanium spindle, but I believe it is. However if you have a something similar in steel it might work, otherwise I will additionally have SR cups for trade.
Ahhh. I have what would be a Record thin cup spindle for 1/4" balls as shown in Sutherlands. At least I assume it is for 1/4" balls. Came with thick cups (from ebay) and I didn't get around to checking it out until it was too late to do anything about it
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Old 05-14-13, 10:32 AM   #10586
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ISO: Campy spindle 68-SS 30-52-33/114.5mm. There are many 68-SS/ 114.5mm but I need one with a 52mm center race to race. Thanks

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Would this be a super record titanium spindle then? I didn't know they used the 3/16" bearings. I have a 3/16" bearing spindle but I am pretty sure it is 111mm for C-record and it is steel.
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for trade
I have a set of french threaded campagnolo grand sport pedals,
they are same as record but with chrome steel cages with the toestrap loop
they are in ok shape with caps

Would like a good used set of 9/16 x 20 record pedals, or someone who wants to swap axles.
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WANT a first generation dura ace crank preferably with black rings

HAVE suntour superbe brake calipers with usable pads, clamp on superbe DT shifters, cyclone M2 rear derailleur, shimano 600 english thread headset,
also have some 90s campy stuff and a good mish mash of other things ask and maybe ive got it!





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Old 05-15-13, 06:17 PM   #10589
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ISO: Campy spindle 68-SS 30-52-33/114.5mm. There are many 68-SS/ 114.5mm but I need one with a 52mm center race to race. Thanks

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Is your spindle black or silver? Silver spindles are Record and I believe they all use thick rifles cups. Black spindles are 'other' and use thin cups. I think.

You have Dura Ace brake adjusters?
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ISO: 80mm or 90mm 26.0 clamp diameter quill stem.

If you've got one lying around, I will gladly pay for postage.

I've got a 26.0 Nitto Deluxe if someone wants to swap as well.
Still searching.
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Old 05-15-13, 08:41 PM   #10591
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Is your spindle black or silver? Silver spindles are Record and I believe they all use thick rifles cups. Black spindles are 'other' and use thin cups. I think.
Pista spindles can also be silver and use the thin cups, just to add to the confusion.
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The 68-SS spindle I have that is thin cup (114.5mm, 54mm between lands) is silver...

Chart 3 in this:
http://www.minortriad.com/campagbb.html
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Is your spindle black or silver? Silver spindles are Record and I believe they all use thick rifles cups. Black spindles are 'other' and use thin cups. I think.

You have Dura Ace brake adjusters?
Jim, check out loose screws if you need da adjusters. I think I saw some on their site
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Better check soon. They are shutting down June 26, and their inventory is already very low on things you might want. I just placed an order and had to scratch to bring it up their minimum order of $8.
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ISO: extra-small (13"-14") mountain bike frame, preferably a rigid frame model with fork; preferably MIJ / euro / USA-built from the late-80s to early '90s; should be butted chrome-moly steel or at least decent aluminum (Cannondale, Trek/Easton). PM if you have anything - this is to be used for a commuter for my daughter. thx
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Kun, tell me how the frame you're looking for would be measured. I have a small Cannondale hardtail MTB frame from the late 80's. I know it acepts 700c wheelssets, but aside from that have no idea how to measure the darn thing. Canti's, too. If it's the rigt size, yours for the cost of shipping.
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Hey neighbor! I have a small trek frame/fork that might fit your need. Let me know. Shipping wouldn't be too bad....
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Is your spindle black or silver? Silver spindles are Record and I believe they all use thick rifles cups. Black spindles are 'other' and use thin cups. I think.
Record spindles used thin cups, Nuovo record used thick. That is my understanding. Black spindle were gran sport, victory, triomphe and typically thing cup steel. C-record has alloy cups with some riffling and were different all together. I am not sure what cups super record used.
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Yeah, it is confusing

Many spindles are marked 68-SS for example, but may be thin cup, thick cup, 1/4" or 3/16" bearing, etc. They obviously should have had a better marking system to remove any doubt as to what it was.
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