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Old 03-19-14, 09:44 AM   #11976
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Want: 140mm (+-5) quill stem
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Old 03-19-14, 11:35 AM   #11977
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SOLD SOLD SOLD HAVE: 1953-ish? NOS GB SuperHoods in white. Full hoods, still in orig plastic wrap, never opened, still supple, like new condition. Can be cut with a razor to make half hoods if half hoods are what you want, I personally wouldn't do it as hens teeth would be an easier find than these GB hoods.

WANT: I can use a set of Maxxis Hookworm 26x2.5", 1950s balloon tire bike stuff, nothing in particular, tell me what you got.
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Old 03-19-14, 09:16 PM   #11978
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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 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?
Bicycles: Road Bikes Classifieds for Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming | ksl.com not into vintage bikes and not sure what your looking for but came across this.
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Old 03-19-14, 10:01 PM   #11979
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Bicycles: Road Bikes Classifieds for Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming | ksl.com not into vintage bikes and not sure what your looking for but came across this.
Wow, sincere thank you for pointing that out. I got excited, but yeah, looks like a slightly newer one, not Raleigh made as the seller says, and seems to be from when, well... when yeah, Huffy made their own cheap bikes. Non lugged, not even cottered crank.

But honestly, thanks a ton for pointing it out. Much appreciate the kindness with the lead!
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Old 03-19-14, 10:35 PM   #11980
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^ no prob....sorry it wasn't what it said.
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Old 03-20-14, 02:22 AM   #11981
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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.
Rudy, check the plastic washer. There are tiny bearings inside the washer on the BR-1055 bolt assembly.

Shimano BR-1055 Rear Pivot Bolt Assembly - £5.99
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Old 03-20-14, 04:58 AM   #11982
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There are tiny bearings inside the washer on the BR-1055 bolt assembly.

Shimano BR-1055 Rear Pivot Bolt Assembly - £5.99
Yes, thanks, that explains it.
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Old 03-20-14, 11:49 AM   #11983
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Wow, sincere thank you for pointing that out. I got excited, but yeah, looks like a slightly newer one, not Raleigh made as the seller says, and seems to be from when, well... when yeah, Huffy made their own cheap bikes. Non lugged, not even cottered crank.

But honestly, thanks a ton for pointing it out. Much appreciate the kindness with the lead!
huffy man- Not sure what type or model seeking but this 1962 chrome 3 speed has been posted for a longtime on CL-Chicago for $225.
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Old 03-21-14, 09:00 AM   #11984
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good quality, GC French (french, italian or spanish) threaded pedals, circa '75-'82ish

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Raleigh/TI, Lyotard bsc threaded pedals, quill and rat-trap.
suntour superbe calipers, suntour superbe short cage rear der, shimano deore XT 'deerhead' long cage rear der

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Old 03-21-14, 04:30 PM   #11985
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Old 03-21-14, 06:21 PM   #11986
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HAVE: Raleigh/TI, Lyotard bsc threaded pedals, quill and rat-trap.
I have some Lyotard Berthets and 460's in French thread. What Lyotard BSC's have you got?
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Old 03-21-14, 09:07 PM   #11987
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I have some Lyotard Berthets and 460's in French thread. What Lyotard BSC's have you got?
I've got 2 pairs and some spares of Lyotard n°36
Already have some of those 460s, it's a quill type pedal I'm after...you know, like a Gipiemme sprint, Zeus NR copies, Atom 700, ect...
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Old 03-22-14, 10:36 PM   #11988
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Old 03-25-14, 07:49 AM   #11989
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Here's what I have: Shimano A350 SIS 6 speed shifters. Good condition, came off a 90's Giant Kronos.



ISO: A Suntour 6/7 speed indexed set of shifters. Rather have silver not dark anodized. DRs are Sprint 9000 but don't expect that. Would need it to be for brazen on as well.

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Old 03-25-14, 07:47 PM   #11990
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Shimano GS or Exage series 175mm 110bcd cranks, w/ or w/o rings

Have:
Shimano 105/Sugino/Suntour cranks
Diacompe/Shimano non aero levers
Various bars/stems
Other things I'm forgetting at the moment
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I've got a 3ttt stem in 130mm that looks like it would clean up nicely. Not exactly what you're looking for, I know.

Send me a PM if interested.
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Old 03-26-14, 08:52 PM   #11992
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Shimano GS or Exage series 175mm 110bcd cranks, w/ or w/o rings
I have a FC-M500 drive side with a closely matched Shimano non-drive side arm. No rings or bolts. Beater condition. Yours for the cost of postage.
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My next needle in a haystack ISO:
Stronglight Ironlight NDS crankarm in 170mm. It's not even a hi-end part, but I have a bike where I think this crankset would look right.

For trade: what are you looking for?
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ISO: 650B touring wheelset. Something solid but not extravagant. 36h or 40h. Open to either freehub or freewheel.

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- 700C wheels off an '83 Expedition: Specialized hubs laced to Super Champion rims. 40h rear, 36h front.
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- Some other things that aren't wheels.
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I've got a 3ttt stem in 130mm that looks like it would clean up nicely. Not exactly what you're looking for, I know.

Send me a PM if interested.
I might be able to help, PM me later so I remember to go measure.
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I have a FC-M500 drive side with a closely matched Shimano non-drive side arm. No rings or bolts. Beater condition. Yours for the cost of postage.
Thanks, but I'm looking for something in relatively nice condition as the crank currently on the bike is nearly new, it's just hard for me to transition from a 180mm crank to 170mm between my bikes.
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Ny bike for the right Brooks

Have: Lambert Trophy approximately 1972 or 73 (pre-Viscount) 33 inch standover, 23 inch seat tube, 22 1/2 inch top tube, 27 x 1 1/4 wheels. All Lambert components with the exception of the Rear derailleur. Still has the original c-clip bottom bracket and I believe an early version of the Death Fork. Lots of stuff on the web about it so read up before PMing.



ISO: Black or Brown Brooks saddle, hopefully a Pro or something close to it in reasonable and rideable condition. PM with what you have and maybe we can do a deal. Thanks
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^That sure looks like a "DEATH FORK" to me. I'd be careful to make sure it's road-worthy...
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ISO - Shimano 600EX top cable feed brake lever hoods in brown. I know its getting silly for them new but if someone has decent used and kind enough to part with, I'm all ears'! I can get the new aftermarket in black only but prefer to keep the bike original. Pic of the nasty hoods >

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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.

I do believe I had one, might still...are you still in need of it? PM me if so and I'll search.
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