1-1/8" low stack threaded headset like deore XTII, I think some of the similar mountain LX or deore DX headsets would also work... but I'll consider anything of reasonable quality and condition.
STX 1-1/8" threaded headset NOS, uses cartridge bearings, very nice.
other stuff, lets talk.
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Ross Signature Series 294S Racing Frameset - $125 (Downers Grove, Illinois)
This is a Ross Signature Series 294S racing frame. These frames were designed by Tom Kellog for the Ross bicycle Company. The frame is 57cm (22 1/2 inches) and it is constructed of Ishiwata 024 chro-moly tubing. Also included with the frameset are the Campagnolo Victory headset, Campagnolo Victory braze on down tube shifters, Campagnolo Victory bottom bracket, aluminum seatpost and allen head bolt, aluminum stem and handlebars. The frame takes 700cm wheels. There on scratches and paint chips on the top tube that have been touched up.
Front nuts and washer for a Gran-Compe NGC 400 brake caliper. Actually, I just need the one conical nut because I think I can get the other parts at loose screws. I believe a bunch of different Dia-Compe/Gran-Compe/SunTour brake calipers from the early to mid 80's used the same or similar nuts.
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ISO: A single ferrule for Universal Mod. 77 brake lever (photo below). And some Universal brake hoods. I am hoping Cane Creek will work for the latter (posted an inquiry here), but the former ... I am at your mercy oh hoarders!
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-Sugino Mighty crankset, vgc, 170mm, OE drilled rings, OE chainring bolts…very nice (also have the UN-54/115mm BB I used).
-Simplex Retrofriction shifters, mounted on clamp-on tube mount.
-1st Gen Suntour Cyclone GT RD
-1st Gen Suntour Cyclone FD
-Shimano 600 Arabesque FD
-Campagnolo Record 8s FD
-Campagnolo Athena 8s FD
-Campagnolo Record 10s FD, alloy.
-Campagnolo Daytona brakeset, needs pad holders.
-Campagnolo Centaur 10s DP brakeset…excellent condition
-Campagnolo Centaur 10s RD VGC
-Campagnolo Veloce, all alloy, 10s Ergos VGC (including Hudz "gum" hoods)
-Regal saddle, white, small corner scuffs, copper rails and rivets.
-Gipiemme CronoSprint seatpost, 27.0
-Athena 8s crankset VGC, typical light arm scratching
-'89 Pinarello Treviso frameset, nice paint, fresh decals, Shimano 600 headset, 57cm.
-Dura Ace 7400 stem, excellent condition, cap is present, 100mm
-Cinelli XA stem, excellent, 90mm
-Single/Fixed Wheelset. 700c
-Campy Record OS 10s rear hub, 32H (or 28H as well)
-Campagnolo 11s bits
-Speedplay Zero pedals/cleats (new or lightly used cleats only)
-Fizik Aliantes/Spec Romin Evos/Spec Phenoms
-Quality 25c tubs (ie Vittoria Corsa CX)
-Deda Zero 100 DMP stems, 110 or 120, 86deg.
-Mark in St. Louis
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ISO: Campagnolo Record 144 bcd drive-side crankarm. Can be in rough shape cosmetically of functional. Would consider any length.
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ISO: Do you have a Park Tools Spoke Tension Meter (TM-1) collecting dust? If so, send me a PM. Thanks.
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Never mind! But remind me sometime, we need to discuss how to change the mounting bolt on a dual pivot brake. I just swapped the bolt from a Shimano 1055 caliper with one from a Tektro R569, and (despite all my expectations) it worked fine. But where did these four tiny little ball bearings come from?
On topic, though... Anyone have a trashed Campy Nuovo Record rear derailleur? If so, I might want some of it... The big pieces, not the little ones.
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rhm, do I understand you correctly, that you could use the Shimano calipers you have but you prefer Tektro? Are you building a Shimano-free bike or something?
The problem was (note: past tense) I had a set of tektro long reach, recessed mount, brakes; and I wanted the same, nutted. And I had (yes, past tense) Shimano 1055 short reach calipers, nutted, but wanted recessed ones.
I seem to have solved the problems, by switching one tektro bolt for one shimano one, and all went well... But I have four tiny ball bearings that I don't know where they came from.
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Check the action on the 105 quick releases. Especially the rear one.
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1987 Centurion Ironman Expert
1987 Centurion Ironman Master
1989 Centurion Carbon-R
1989 Centurion Ironman Expert
1987 D'Arienzo SLX
2013 Felt AR3 (wanna buy it?)
I'm hesitant to even write these words, but here goes... I'm in search of a Huffy!
Yes, I just said that. Actually, in all seriousness, I'm looking for a quirky next project and I'd love to find one of the early 60's Carlton made Huffies (Road bike style-- not the three speeds) if there are any out there going ignored or unloved. I've seen lots of model name out there for that era: constellation, corsair, centurion, catalina. I'd be interested in either a frame set or a full bike. I know I could just search for a Carlton model from then, but looking for the fun factor of the Huffy branding. Any out there?
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I am looking for any parts for Suntour ratcheting Barcons. Heavy emphasis on the bolt and nuts.
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