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Old 03-05-14, 02:56 PM   #11926
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Ah... you got those ones on CL? I was eyeing them but seller did not respond to an email asking to ship. I have a 42T suntour microdrive if all else fails.
Not those ones, though I saw 'em too (multiple pairs, right?)...I've actually been holding a month or two after picking up a pair from a guy in Toronto, used - but you could hardly tell.

If you're interested in the ones on CL here, shoot me a PM. I see they're still listed, and I could give it a try (see if the seller likes meeting in the city better than shipping - I'm not quite ready to head out to Maple Ridge).

Will keep that 42 in mind; could do the trick, but I'll see if I can snag a 44t...
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Old 03-05-14, 06:30 PM   #11927
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Have: 32o Campagnolo pista rear hub, spaced 120. Cleaned up nicely, threads good. Would likely polish up very well. Lock ring included.

Want: 36o version of above.

Got what I needed via a Pay It Forward from Cyclotoine. The 32 hubshell is on its way to someone else same.
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Old 03-06-14, 12:59 PM   #11928
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Looking for some well worn but still working parts for my new Frejus. Looking for more period correct parts for a mid 60's bike. The frame is a tad rough so I want the parts to look the same.

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-Universal sidepulls not too picky on model
I have some mod. 77 brakes; much newer than your frame, but let me know if you're interested:

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Old 03-06-14, 03:56 PM   #11929
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Dual brake control lever vintage Mafac. More apt for tandem but if you want to be odd and shed some weight, run with this single lever.

Adjusters included: Mafac that need the mod to fit the lever holes. (File down the circumference of the barrel nut OR bore the lever holes.) If you have cable adjustment on the calipers, run without these barrels. However if using them, its easier to fine adjust bias on the lever.

Have other items to trade if not interested in this lever.

ISO: Pair of 1950's vintage brake levers for drops. Nothing fancy and will consider any brand and condition. Hoods not needed. Thanks
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Old 03-07-14, 10:32 AM   #11930
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Looking for a 38t [Stronglight] 122bcd chainring. I have other 122bcd tooth count rings to swap, if that's of interest. Including a 42t and a 45t drillium, but both are worn some. Three different 42t in very nice shape, a 54t drillium that's currently on the bike, and I even have 2 39t [marked Japan] black anodized rings for 1/8" chain.

Also have an early NR 52t (?) 144bcd that's just hanging around.

If you have the 38t, let me know what you're looking for.

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Old 03-07-14, 02:55 PM   #11931
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I have a 1990 Schwinn Traveler I just picked up in need of a missing rear DR. This is going to be my" bad weather" group ride bike so I want it to have the components it was specs with.

ISO: Shimano Exage 300EX rear DR It will be handling a 7 speed(13-26) range cassette

For Trade: Many things, what can you use ?
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Old 03-08-14, 07:03 AM   #11932
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ISO: I have the front, so I'm looking for this rear hub, hopefully, spaced for 130mm. Got it in your parts stash?


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Old 03-08-14, 01:10 PM   #11933
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ISO: Dura Ace 9 or 10 speed DT shifters. 9 speed preferably, but I can live with 10 speed.
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Old 03-08-14, 02:27 PM   #11934
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In Search OF:
English made front and rear brakes AND brake levers for an early 50's British three speed
Sturmey Archer 4-Speed shifter (GC4A) from same early 50s era.

and, for a different build, still seeking a 25.0 seat post.

The 4-speed is a special project, so I'll be generous with trade items. I have a good variety of quality vintage components, things like SUntour v gt luxe rdr, campy stuff, etc...

Hope we could find a match. PM with anything you have.
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Old 03-08-14, 02:37 PM   #11935
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ISO: I have the front, so I'm looking for this rear hub, hopefully, spaced for 130mm. Got it in your parts stash?

Can't help you out but thanks for showing. Brings back some memories. Built the following years ago and eventually shipped to Japan. Nuke Ti front and rear, Sun tubies, Fiber flite radial front, ti (in ti-dye) radial / 3x rear. Light stuff...
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Old 03-08-14, 02:56 PM   #11936
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I've asked around the net but no luck. ISO a clean scan (any format) or source for the following Weinmann graphics. Trade: Drink voucher

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Old 03-10-14, 05:14 PM   #11937
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OK, swapping parts from frame to frame and I....

Need: English thread octalink bottom bracket, something like a BB-6500
Have: Same BB-6500 octalink but Italian thread.

I can buy one cheap enough on ebay, but who knows, maybe someone is swapping in the other direction
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Old 03-10-14, 07:12 PM   #11938
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Need: English thread octalink bottom bracket, something like a BB-6500
Have: Same BB-6500 octalink but Italian thread.

I can buy one cheap enough on ebay, but who knows, maybe someone is swapping in the other direction
Just buy a new one if you can find one. They wear kind of quickly and aren't serviceable. Plus new ones aren't very expensive.
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Old 03-10-14, 10:19 PM   #11939
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I've asked around the net but no luck. ISO a clean scan (any format) or source for the following Weinmann graphics. Trade: Drink voucher

I feel your pain c_a... I have similar Weinmann rims with bad decals and have had no luck in finding new.

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Old 03-11-14, 05:56 AM   #11940
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ISO/WTT: my short stem for your longer stem

I've a nice 3t quill stem that came on my 1989 Paramount. I measure it to be 85mm, way too short for me, and it's been bagged since I first got the bike. I find myself in need of a similar condition, shiny and classic stem, but I need a 130 length. Here's mine:


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Old 03-11-14, 09:24 AM   #11941
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I have Universal levers (with Mod. 77 brakes), that I would love to get some hoods for. The eBay prices are a bit ... nutty. :-)

And the second one may win you the "Most Obscure Part Found" award. These are the adjuster screws for a Triplex-Sport (Made in Spain) RD that is on my Libertas mixte. One is TOTALLY bent, and I would love to get IT replaced, OR to get both of the screws (matching) sourced.

Here is a pic of the DR and the screws.




Have - lots of bits and pieces. What are you looking for?
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Old 03-11-14, 10:16 AM   #11942
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Here is a pic of the DR and the screws.




Have - lots of bits and pieces. What are you looking for?
I think that could carefully be un-bent. I've straightened dropout screws in worse shape.
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I think that could carefully be un-bent. I've straightened dropout screws in worse shape.
And failing that, they should be standard thread and thus replaceable.
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And failing that, they should be standard thread and thus replaceable.
Interesting ... how does one go about trying to straighten it?
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Interesting ... how does one go about trying to straighten it?
Get a few nuts that thread on. Put the nuts before and after the bend, if you can. Put it in a vise and carefully bend it back straight. It might take a couple of iterations back and forth before the screw is straight enough to work. BTW, don't expect it to be perfect...
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ISO Campy 9 speed brifters
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Old 03-11-14, 07:21 PM   #11947
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Make sure you get the right size. I think that it's 109.5 for a double and 118mm for a triple. Only 5500 series is made anymore.

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Note to you BLOWHARD MORONS out there: The fork is not bent. Most PEUGEOTS of the '70s forks DID NOT line up with the head tube angle. This is normal. The last pic is from the 1972 Dutch catalog showing this EXACT MODEL in diagram. Keep your comments to yourself......
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Old 03-12-14, 06:54 AM   #11948
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Good luck on that one. Which version? early or late , they are different.
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ISO: a couple stock spokes and nipples from a Raleigh Sports wheel. I don't need a whole wheel's worth, just a couple of each. I have a some road bike smalls I could swap for a few spokes and nipples.
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ISO: Raleigh headset mounted lamp holder for a Raleigh superbe.

Have...lots.
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