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Old 02-20-14, 08:51 AM   #11851
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Notoriously hard to get tires onto and off, or maybe those are the Melbourne's.
Thanks Robbie. I'd much prefer box-section rims though.
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I am in search of drop bars with a 25.4mm clamp and non-aero brake levers. Something like the pictures below would be perfect.






They will be matched with Dia-Compe caliper brakes. I have similar items to trade plus other stuff, just let me know what you're looking for.
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PM me. I have the stuff.
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I'll be out by the dumpster outside of McDonalds. Pick up the backpack and put the cash in my hand. Just keep walking.
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ISO: Suntour Sprint 9000 RD. A nice one.

Have: Suntour stuff inc. Cyclone, GPX, lots of others.

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ISO front bearing cone for '74 Campy Record axle. Is that 26tpi, by any chance?
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Should be 9mm x 26tpi, ground for 3/16" balls.
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Should be 9mm x 26tpi, ground for 3/16" balls.
Thanks. There are a few for sale on ebay now listed as 9mmx26tpi, but I was afraid that might be a later "Campy Record". I am not a Campy expert.
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Thanks. There are a few for sale on ebay now listed as 9mmx26tpi, but I was afraid that might be a later "Campy Record". I am not a Campy expert.
Whoops! My bad: Campy "Tipo" front cones are 9mm x 26tpi for 3/16" balls; "Record" front cones are 9mm x 26tpi for 7/32" balls.
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Whoops! My bad: Campy "Tipo" front cones are 9mm x 26tpi for 3/16" balls; "Record" front cones are 9mm x 26tpi for 7/32" balls.
Thanks for the info. I just ordered one from an ebay seller described as for Campy Record, 9mmx26tpi, so it should be the right one.
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I was able to use a pair of Shimano BL-1055 Aero Hood Covers on my BL-6401 levers. The point at the top is slightly higher, so their is an empty space about the size of an M&M there, but it's not noticeable in use. If I ever have a reason to remove and reinstall them, I'll probably stick a wadded-up cotton ball in it.

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Old 02-23-14, 03:23 PM   #11864
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I have a Soma Hwy 1 handlebar, silver, 26.0 clamp, 42cm wide. It actually measures 43cm c-c and it seems wiiiiiiide. Maybe it's the long top section with sharp bend. Anyway, I thought I'd like the wider bar but it's too much. It's in perfect condition, only two rides on it.

Looking for the same or similar short reach, shallow drop bar in 40cm c-c. Must be silver and 26.0 clamp.

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Old 02-23-14, 05:02 PM   #11865
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Keep your eye on eBay. They pop up occasionally for a reasonable price. I picked one up about a year ago for $18 and it was NOS. Sprint is great stuff.

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Old 02-23-14, 07:33 PM   #11866
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A pet peeve of mine is spending money on seatposts...

ISO-- 25.0 Seatpost for vintage french.
I need ONE for sure, but would be interested in TWO, if relatively similar since it's for a tandem. Don't need high end. I'm just hoping someone here parted out a couple of rusty old gitanes or something like that.

Have: a little bit of everything-- I am sure we could find a match.

PM if you have something and let me know what you might be looking for. Hopefully something would work out. Thanks!
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Cinelli 66-42 in 26.0 or 26.4
Shimano 5500/5600 FD, 31.8 clamp (black preferred)

Have:
Centaur 10-sp clamp-on FD, silver, 31.8 with shims to 28.6
Centaur 10-sp braze-on FD, silver (2)
Centaur 10-sp (1st gen) polished calipers.
Centaur 10-sp square taper crank arms, no rings, 172.5
Veloce BB, English, 111mm (cartridge)
Cinelli 66-40 in 26.4 (2)
DiaCompe aero brake levers, silver w/gum hoods
Miche ?? calipers, w/pads, nice.
Tektro CR-5 aero brake levers, silver w/black hoods NIB
Bontrager SSR 6061 42cm 31.8 bar, unused.
3TTT silver alloy bar, 26.0/40cm, 250g double-groove (42cm and it would go nowhere)
Ritchey WCS ergo bend 44cm 31.8 no scratches.
Shimano 600EX pedals w/chrome toe clips
Matrix ISO II tubular wheelset, Shimano 6400 hubs (8/9/10 rear) 32-sp both
DA 7900 wheelset, black Velocity A23 rims, black DT Swiss spokes.
DA 7700 crankset, good condition, lettering on R arm half gone, L side all there.
Shimano 5500 BB (Octalink) Italian.
FSA SLK carbon seatpost 31.6/8, zero-setback, cut to about 230mm.
Full carbon Selle San Marco Aspide saddle w/Ti railes.
Selle San Marco Concor Light saddle black
Fizik Arione saddle, grey with white stripe
Fizik Pioggio saddle (padded) black
Campy-copy 27.2 seatpost (Chinese). If weight is not an issue.
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I was able to use a pair of Shimano BL-1055 Aero Hood Covers on my BL-6401 levers. The point at the top is slightly higher, so their is an empty space about the size of an M&M there, but it's not noticeable in use. If I ever have a reason to remove and reinstall them, I'll probably stick a wadded-up cotton ball in it.

Do they fit better than the BL-6403? I bought I set of the 6403 hoods and they are currently on their way here. I might just have to return them for the 1055s though.
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Do they fit better than the BL-6403? I bought I set of the 6403 hoods and they are currently on their way here. I might just have to return them for the 1055s though.
I don't know which fits better. When I was looking, I went for the 1055 hoods after seeing them recommended on this board as a replacement. From what I see, the 6403 hoods look the same, but you won't really know if they fit till you get them and put them on. I'd say if they reasonably fit they're a keeper.
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Old 02-24-14, 01:46 PM   #11870
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ISO: Rear axle wingnut pair to fit a Sturmey Archer IGH. I don't actually have a SA hub but a similar design. Quite sure the thread is Whitworth 13/32" - 20 tpi. Prefer steel and not a modified front wingnut having a drilled and tapped. Should have the indicator port.

To trade is an original Coloral water bottle cap and unknown make vintage stainless bottle. The Coloral cap is in great condition and still has 95% of the stopper cork intact and good. The bottle is dented up and has some scratches, sanitized and useable. The cork has a band around it to fit the incorrect bottle size opening. Good enough for the road an ideal for a 1950's ride. PM for more info or interest in something else you might need. Thanks!

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^ definitely looks like first run of Klean Kanteen Bottles. I have one (got it from Velo Orange quite a few years ago now) you can tell because they don't have the little squarish impression in the bottom like they do now.
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I am in search of drop bars with a 25.4mm clamp and non-aero brake levers. Something like the pictures below would be perfect.






They will be matched with Dia-Compe caliper brakes. I have similar items to trade plus other stuff, just let me know what you're looking for.
Bici,

I pulled 2 from the partsbin that match the levers you are looking for. One example has had the turkey wings removed, the newer one still have the nubs. Are you putting hoods on these ? Or are you running the turkey levers ? Cable stops will come with the levers.



Not looking for anything,PM me Congrats on finding some handlebars.
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ISO Universal Super 68 brake caliper, rear. I have an orphan front that needs a mate. I have center-pulls, Weinman and Dia Compe to trade.
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ISO shimano 5500ca shifter left name plate, this one has the yellow 105 logo. Also 70's Record/super Record brake levers.

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Still have the Shimano 8Speed bar end shifters (ultegra level, not dura-ace compatible) and some Shimano 600 hubs if anyone wants them.

Still looking for a 27.0mm and longish seatpost.
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