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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclotoine View Post
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    ISO: cable fixing bolt and tabbed washer for a simplex prestige/SX RD (I think it's the same).

    also ISO Nuovo Record headset Adjustable cup, english or italian.

    Thanks.

    Have: Early record headset crown race
    - stronglight needle bearing headset sans crown race, with additional new bearing set. (maybe this could work?)

    Bolt and tabbed washer? PM me your mailing address....I have a few.

    I'll check on the adjusting race when I get home from work.
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    On the hunt for a fork.

    1" threadless with 10" steertube, canti studs, Wide clearance, Segemented construction
    I could do with a 1" threaded as well with as little as 4.5" steertube, but only if its an original Yo Eddy fork.

    Its for a 92 Fat Chance anniversary and I am going to put some serious dirt touring miles on it this summer, the longer threadless would be preferrable.
    Not looking for Dimension or other cheapy forks.

    I have a whole closet of fun stuff to trade, Ideale saddle, Simplex SLJ stuff, TA cranks, bar/stem combos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclotoine View Post
    This is Sad:

    ISO: cable fixing bolt and tabbed washer for a simplex prestige/SX RD (I think it's the same).

    also ISO Nuovo Record headset Adjustable cup, english or italian.

    Thanks.

    Have: Early record headset crown race
    - stronglight needle bearing headset sans crown race, with additional new bearing set. (maybe this could work?)
    I have an incomplete Italian thread headset (missing locking ring and washer) if Miamijim can't come up with the adjustable cup.
    Brent

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDXaero View Post
    On the hunt for a fork.

    1" threadless with 10" steertube, canti studs, Wide clearance, Segemented construction
    I could do with a 1" threaded as well with as little as 4.5" steertube, but only if its an original Yo Eddy fork.

    Its for a 92 Fat Chance anniversary and I am going to put some serious dirt touring miles on it this summer, the longer threadless would be preferrable.
    Not looking for Dimension or other cheapy forks.

    I have a whole closet of fun stuff to trade, Ideale saddle, Simplex SLJ stuff, TA cranks, bar/stem combos.
    I see the key word is Cheapy, so I assume you have considered Chris Inglehart as an option for a new fork? I have been hunting for a while too, I think I am getting a syncros powerlight sorted though that is not a dirt touring fork really.
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    ISO: Universal 61/68 Brake lever. PM me if you have one

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirMike1983 View Post
    Have: Peugeot UE-8 Parts of many sorts.

    Want: 1950s era Raleigh Headbadge and 1950s-60s Raleigh rear reflector lens or whole rear reflector (the smaller size before they went to larger ones in the late 60s/early 70s).
    I've got a rear reflector on a '56 Phillips parts bike, housing OD = 1 7/8"

    If that's what your looking for, drop a fiver in a Salvation Army bucket and it's yours.

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    Anyone have a set of Peugeot fenders and lights for sale or trade?

    I have some midrange early 90s mtb stuff. Not great, but great for a beater
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    I have what would appear to be a 70s Schwinn LeTour mixte frameset. It includes the Schwinn specific headset, stem, seatpost. The bottom bracket has been repacked but i believe it is original also. Here are some photos. I would like to trade this for any of the items on my bottom list:













    700c cross/hybrid wheelset, freewheel/cassette, either would be fine. It has to be a sturdy tough set. It will get some good fire road, rails to trails, mild off road riding. So i need something of good quality hubs,etc.

    I am willing to trade the above frameset as well for other suggestions. If someone can use it for a project. Just let me know. i am sure i can work out a trade of something.
    Thank you, email also pamaguahiker@gmail.com

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    I have what would appear to be a 70s Schwinn LeTour mixte frameset. It includes the Schwinn specific headset, stem, seatpost. The bottom bracket has been repacked but i believe it is original also. Here are some photos. I would like to trade this for any of the items on my bottom list:













    700c cross/hybrid wheelset, freewheel/cassette, either would be fine. It has to be a sturdy tough set. It will get some good fire road, rails to trails, mild off road riding. So i need something of good quality hubs,etc.

    I am willing to trade the above frameset as well for other suggestions. If someone can use it for a project. Just let me know. i am sure i can work out a trade of something.
    Thank you, email also pamaguahiker@gmail.com

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    I am looking for a very nice Campy SR chainring, size 50T or 52T. I have a very nice 48T ring to trade.

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    I'm also still looking for a nice 170mm left side Campy crank arm. It's to go with a 1978 right side arm, though the date code isn't critical. I have a 165 to trade (1982 date code).
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    Um... Well, I have a very nice Campy 175 mm left side crank arm that I would like to trade for a 165 one. I believe mine has no date code and no wear or damage to speak of, but will confirm those details when necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rootboy View Post
    You mean you've never heard of Englebert?
    David Beckam is a star Pop.
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    They can't fix expansion joints, because they expand.
    Smile at Miles with a ROLLFAST!

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    ISO.
    -7s XT thumbies
    -Nice 1990s MTB black cantilever brake levers (all black please) or
    -Shimano BR-M732 or BR-m734 XT cantilevers in black. set of 4 please. complete and good shape please.
    -Deore XT FD-M735 28.6 top Pull (have bottom pull to trade)
    -Minty XT RD-M735 (7speed XT rear derailleur, aka XT II, i.e. the one with XT in orangy yellow)
    -Shimano XTR M900 series RD in excellent shape (to match with NOS FD, so looking for one where the blue isn't faded)
    -36T black or Red 1990s MTB chainring
    -Black or red bolts and spacers for a granny ring
    -Nuovo Record Italian adjustable headset cup and toothed washer.
    -Deore XT-II black 1-1/8" threaded headset in VGC, also would be interested in a quality silver threaded headset 1-1/8"

    Have:
    Stronglight needle bearing headset sans crown race, with additional new bearing set.
    Dia compe NGC 400 recessed mount brake calipers
    Various dia-come brake levers
    COntrol tech and syncros MTB stems
    Shimano 600 arabesque brake set
    Campagnolo BB cup spares
    Various Campagnolo spindles,
    Some front cone and axle spares for record hubs
    record races for rear hubs,
    campagnolo shifter hardware
    RED anodized NOS vanguard lizard cantilever brake set.
    Silver "curve" cantilever brake set
    Complete english nuovo record headset.
    Deore XT M730 SGS rear derailleur (the original SIS dates to '86/'87)
    New LX 34.9 with 31.8 shim Front derailleur, high mount top pull
    NOS/ NIB deore xt FD-M737 28.6 bottom pull derailleur
    LX FD-M536 28.6mm bottom pull
    Various length UN-5x bottom brackets
    Suntour XC LTD 28.6 bottom pull front derailleur
    Suntour cyclone MK-II GT rd (and mountech FD to match).
    Dura-ace TT cable clips.
    1 purple straddle cable hanger canti
    1 blue straddle cable hanger for canti
    Deore XT 740 series, silver headset 1" threaded.
    NOS STX 1-1/8" threaded headset.
    some threadless stems 31.8, 26.0 and 25.4
    Ritchey force light tig stem 1" with hanger, black probably about 20degree by say 70-80mm?

    other stuff I can't think off ATM.
    Last edited by cyclotoine; 12-03-13 at 05:41 PM.
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    I have a set of Mountain LX 7 speed shifters and semi-integrated brake levers in black. The shifters are on a base thats adjustable on the lever, for ergonomic placement.
    1987 Centurion Ironman Master. Originally with 600EX SIS. Now with 2011 105.
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    Looking for Dura Ace hidden bolt stem in 70 or 80mm
    let me know what you have.

    thanks

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    Looking for 2 Campy Aero inserts for brake levers (Chorus Record). PM me.
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    Another Brake request-- small one:

    Looking for one LEFT black, dia compe branded non-aero hood. Absolute last part needed for a project. Didn't notice until now that on the set I had been stashing someone had shaved to top to attached mirror. Will go get a set if I have to but maybe there's a lonely lefty one out there. Will swap too if some one wants shaved one in exchange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_athlon View Post
    I have a set of Mountain LX 7 speed shifters and semi-integrated brake levers in black. The shifters are on a base thats adjustable on the lever, for ergonomic placement.
    Those are cool.

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    I don't know if I am going to get my chops busted for this in C&V, but what the hell.

    I have a Shimano "Click Stick" 3-speed shifter for trade. If you are old enough, you remember the Krates that had top tube mounted stick shifters (must have been an early stealth effort at population control). It works great (better than the hub ever did), and has a new barrel adjuster.

    I'll trade for a orking Shimano or S/A trigger shifter, or for a broken S/A shifter with a good spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dweenk View Post
    I don't know if I am going to get my chops busted for this in C&V, but what the hell.

    I have a Shimano "Click Stick" 3-speed shifter for trade. If you are old enough, you remember the Krates that had top tube mounted stick shifters (must have been an early stealth effort at population control). It works great (better than the hub ever did), and has a new barrel adjuster.

    I'll trade for a orking Shimano or S/A trigger shifter, or for a broken S/A shifter with a good spring.
    a "orking" anything would definitely be middle earth type stuff...
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    Quote Originally Posted by anixi View Post
    a "orking" anything would definitely be middle earth type stuff...
    My shift levers glow in the dark when orks are nearby.
    Real cyclists use toe clips.
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    OK, anixi. Beat me up because the "w" key on my keyboard is hanging on by a thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dweenk View Post
    OK, anixi. Beat me up because the "w" key on my keyboard is hanging on by a thread.
    Perfect excuse for a new computer for Christmas!
    Put me back on my bike! -- Tom Simpson

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    ISO: BB-6500 or BB-5500, 70mm x 109.5mm (Octalink V1, Italian thread for double crankset)

    Have: lightly used BB-5500, 68mm x 109.5mm, (Octalink V1, English thread for double crankset), plus other goodies.

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    I have an Ultegra double octalink Italian threaded that should work. Email me at chrisdougherty at gmail dot com or get 2 more posts and PM me.

    Quote Originally Posted by CO_Hoya View Post
    ISO: BB-6500 or BB-5500, 70mm x 109.5mm (Octalink V1, Italian thread for double crankset)

    Have: lightly used BB-5500, 68mm x 109.5mm, (Octalink V1, English thread for double crankset), plus other goodies.
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