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Old 01-31-14, 11:48 PM   #11751
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ISO 27.0 mm seatpost

have 8 speed shimano bar end shifters new in package to trade if someone wants them
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Old 01-31-14, 11:50 PM   #11752
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ISO 27.0 mm seatpost

have 8 speed shimano bar end shifters new in package to trade if someone wants them
Do you know what 27.0mm would look like on my "inch scale" dial caliper? I havent purchased a metric version yet.
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Old 02-01-14, 07:28 AM   #11754
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SC MK II. Also, have a green SC, no photo yet.
That one's gorgeous. Looks like I'll have to give up on the bike search for my friend, he's gone all non-committal on me, can't make a decision after prompting me to find him a bike. I found him a beauty 80 miles away that he can pick up for $125, road ready with very good paint, a '78 Super Gran Prix, now he's all "I'm not sure." People....

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Do you know what 27.0mm would look like on my "inch scale" dial caliper? I havent purchased a metric version yet.
1.06in
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Old 02-01-14, 08:46 AM   #11756
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Cool. I'll take a peek this evening.
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1.06in
Ok, I just have to respond 'cause I go through that all the time with my 30 year old dial caliper. Whatever you measure, multiple by 25.4. If you need mm to inches, divide by 25.4. Use your smartphone's calculator. heh. So 27mm / 25.4 is 1.063 +/- a lot for mfg tolerance. Just memorize 25.4. Easy peasy. And a great way to go sideways on these threads...

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Correct answer, but the original question was what does it look like. I bring this up because the vernier markings on the inch side of my cheapo caliper read in 1/128ths of an inch. The reason for this is that inch units are traditionally divided by 2, as in half inch, quarter inch, etc., and 128 is a power of 2. So 1.06 is a bit under 1-1/16".

Metric units are so much easier!
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Unit conversion is a can of worms, especially when you're going from decimal to fractional. Appreciate it if you do have a longish 27.0 mm seatpost.

Update to the bar end shifters, they are the SL-BS50 8 speed compatible with ultegra and 105, but not 8 speed Dura Ace

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ISO: 21.1mm .833" Alloy Quill Stem

Rebuilding a 1982 Schwinn Voyageur and the stem it came with, just doesn't do it justice. Have several BMX style stems you can pick from to swap.
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ISO more of the original Sampson Stratics pedals. While the cleats are a royal pain when not on a bike they seem to be a decent solution to my 2+ yr old nerve problem in my right foot.

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Unit conversion is a can of worms, especially when you're going from decimal to fractional. Appreciate it if you do have a longish 27.0 mm seatpost.

Update to the bar end shifters, they are the SL-BS50 8 speed compatible with ultegra and 105, but not 8 speed Dura Ace
Sorry, none that size.


And thank you for the help in converting.
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Old 02-02-14, 04:21 PM   #11763
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2 different transactions....

1. ISO: Lower Campy Record headset cup

2. For Trade: I have a Huret Duopar RD I'm thinking of trading for a different long cage RD.

Let me know what you have....I have too many trade parts to list.
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1. ISO: Lower Campy Record headset cup

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Pretty sure I have this. I'l let you know tuesday when I get home and have some time. I am looking for vintage MTB stuff, red anodized stuff among other things.
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Does anyone have a quarter turn Garmin Edge mount they don't need?
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Old 02-03-14, 09:07 PM   #11766
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Does anyone have a quarter turn Garmin Edge mount they don't need?
Not that C&V'ers never use electronics. But, you might have a better chance posting in the electronics forum or one of the other more general classifieds.
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Yeah I know but I like it here better so I figured I'd give it a shot
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ISO: Nitto Technomic 25.4 clamp 225 quill 100 mm extension

FT: Similar Nitto quill stem - dirt drop, road 26.0, etc.
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CrMo Dirt Drop drilled for canti brake routing
SR custom, standard, forged
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Have: Campy NR brake calipers, normal reach.

Looking for: same, short reach.

Ideally, I'd just like to swap both arms of one caliper (correct me if I'm wrong in assuming that the normal/short reach difference is just in the arms and nothing else). Maybe someone has an incomplete caliper lying around (I do).
Swapping one complete brake (front) or a set of two (front plus rear) would be OK too. My complete set is nutted, with domed QR, 78-ish.
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Tiagra 9spd brifters
Matrix titan front wheel, sansin hub
100mm SR stem, 25.4 clamp
120mm Nitto technomic, 25.4
80mm Nitto technomic, 26.0 NEW
1 1/8 x 31.8 90mm 35* riser stem
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110mm BB Square spindle for campy
Silver open pro front wheel
34-36tooth 110bcd chainring
9spd cassette, ~11-27, 12-32
pedals with large cages
Anything?
Will 111mm spindle do you any good?
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Looking for a 25.4mm one piece seatpost, silver, almost anything will do as long as it's vintage looking. I want to replace the two piece post/clamp setup on my Raleigh Grand Prix. I don't mind having to do some cleanup and polishing.

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1990 Campagnola Athena FD, braze on mount.
1990 Campagnolo Athena headset, missing the fork race. British threading I think, it came off a Merckx Corsa Extra.

Edit: Found a seatpost locally- no longer needed.

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Raleigh or other 3 speed single cottered crankset. I have the bottom bracket, just need crankset.
XT 7 speed thumb shifters or other XT 7 speed shifters

Have:
Magura hydraulic rear rim brakes, shimano light action front and rear derailleurs, XT 7/8 speed rear derailleur, rino 26.8 seat post, acera right flat bar 8 speed shifter, olive green NOS Raleigh Sports chain guard, a bunch of hubs...I have a box of parts. Let me know what you are looking for and if I don't have what you need perhaps we can come to some other arrangement.
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Raleigh or other 3 speed single cottered crankset. I have the bottom bracket, just need crankset.
XT 7 speed thumb shifters or other XT 7 speed shifters

Have:
Magura hydraulic rear rim brakes, shimano light action front and rear derailleurs, XT 7/8 speed rear derailleur, rino 26.8 seat post, acera right flat bar 8 speed shifter, olive green NOS Raleigh Sports chain guard, a bunch of hubs...I have a box of parts. Let me know what you are looking for and if I don't have what you need perhaps we can come to some other arrangement.
I may have something that will meet your needs. PM me off list and I'll let you know what I have. How many teeth ring? What length crank?
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Raleigh or other 3 speed single cottered crankset. I have the bottom bracket, just need crankset.
XT 7 speed thumb shifters or other XT 7 speed shifters
There's currently a couple of real Raleigh cranks on eBay for not a lot. I'd send you my Thai crank for the cost of shipping, but I don't think that'd be doing you any favors, given your experience.
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Raleigh or other 3 speed single cottered crankset. I have the bottom bracket, just need crankset.
Cottered bottom bracket spindles vary somewhat in diameter and length depending on manufacturer. If you have a Raleigh bottom bracket, it's safest to go for a Raleigh crank, unless you have the opportunity to test the fit before you commit.
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