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Old 04-16-14, 09:18 AM   #12076
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ISO 1998 vintage Specialized Speedzone Comp head in working order and blue. I dropped mine the other day and it does not show anything on the upper half of the display. It still records and shows all the info but not realtime speed or time. If you PM me, I will get notified on my phone.
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I know this is unlikely but would anyone have a pair of Paul Racer brakes in Black to trade for a set in silver. heres the catch, they are the type for Braze on mounts so your bike like mine bike would have to have the braze ons.
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Are you asking if anyone has an orphan rear Shimano Tourney or offering one ?
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I can get betther closeup when I get them off .
Decided to keep the near-mint Sugino Mighty, and the tricolor may have to leave the barn today on a bike that has become a flip over the last couple of days/trades.
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Are you asking if anyone has an orphan rear Shimano Tourney or offering one ?
I need one, thanks.
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Old 04-18-14, 09:28 AM   #12082
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Decided to keep the near-mint Sugino Mighty, and the tricolor may have to leave the barn today on a bike that has become a flip over the last couple of days/trades.
No problem, interesting fact I was not aware, the bcd on this crank is. 130 , so that opens up some up some options for the DA crank.
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No luck. 2 Ultra Sports (1 folder, 1 beaded). 2 Grand Prix, 3 orange tubulars, a Pro3 Race and 3 Armadillos. I must have mounted it on some wheels I sold.
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No luck. 2 Ultra Sports (1 folder, 1 beaded). 2 Grand Prix, 3 orange tubulars, a Pro3 Race and 3 Armadillos. I must have mounted it on some wheels I sold.
Ah bummer, thanks for looking though.
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I need one, thanks.
Interesting, I need a front one. I have a stunner of a rear one.
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ISO Sakae world custom drop bars and stem, like these:



I have a set of specialized black 6061 lite double butted drop bars with a Kalloy adjustable stem. Would be perfect for a Specialized mountain bike drop bar conversion! Brake levers not included. Bar tape will obviously be off as well.
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Trek Early 1980's

Hey all,

I know someone on this forum has a frame they would be willing to part with. I have been looking for a 1981 to 1985 500, 510, 600 or 610 (or one of the similar variations).

Frame and fork only in 24". Rough cosmetics (and priced as such) would be ideal. Best way to reach me is wooba.flores@gmail.com

I also have some interesting trades but would buy and pay shipping.

Thanks!!!

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Old 04-22-14, 07:35 AM   #12088
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WTT/ISO: Shimano 600 EX/Arabesque Rear Derailleur. Fully functional but rough cosmetics okay. Ideal would be a trade for the good++ condition, fully functional Suntour Cyclone GT I pulled out of my LBS spare parts bin. Not sure if it is first or 2nd generation--anyone know the tell tale difference?

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* Brooks 2-rail-to-single rail adapter
* Suntour Power Ratchet stem shifters.
* Silver Bashguard for 130 BCD crank. 40-46teeth. or VO Polyvalent Crankset
* A good powdercoater in the Denver area that is more affordably priced than Spectrum Powder Works. That said would like a bit of detail work to pantograph the lug cutouts.

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WTT/ISO: Shimano 600 EX/Arabesque Rear Derailleur. Fully functional but rough cosmetics okay. Ideal would be a trade for the good++ condition, fully functional Suntour Cyclone GT I pulled out of my LBS spare parts bin. .........................
I think I still have one of those in the drawer, but I won't be able to check until this evening.
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Old 04-22-14, 07:40 AM   #12090
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I think I still have one of those in the drawer, but I won't be able to check until this evening.
Rad -- thanks.

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WTT/ISO: Shimano 600 EX/Arabesque Rear Derailleur. Fully functional but rough cosmetics okay. Ideal would be a trade for the good++ condition, fully functional Suntour Cyclone GT I pulled out of my LBS spare parts bin. Not sure if it is first or 2nd generation--anyone know the tell tale difference?

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* A good powdercoater in the Denver area that is more affordably priced than Spectrum Powder Works. That said would like a bit of detail work to pantograph the lug cutouts.
I have a set of the stem shifters. You wouldnt have 7sp indexed downtube (shimano) shifters laying around?


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I have a set of the stem shifters. You wouldnt have 7sp indexed downtube (shimano) shifters laying around?
Swank. The only 7sp downtubes I have are on the better half's bike and she won't let them go for brifters. Anything else you're looking for or perhaps a price?
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Swank. The only 7sp downtubes I have are on the better half's bike and she won't let them go for brifters. Anything else you're looking for or perhaps a price?
Do you have a black wire-type water bottle cage?

I really would love to have the shifters, though.
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Please don't mention prices in this thread, never know when the mods will decide to enforce heavily.
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Do you have a black wire-type water bottle cage?

I really would love to have the shifters, though.

I think I do have a black wire cage. I will inquire about switching out the shifters tonight. The sacrilege is that she uses them mostly in friction mode with a Campy derailleur. Maybe I can source some replacements quick.
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Thanks for the heads up -- my apologies for not remembering the rules.
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I think I do have a black wire cage. I will inquire about switching out the shifters tonight. The sacrilege is that she uses them mostly in friction mode with a Campy derailleur. Maybe I can source some replacements quick.
Straight up cool! Hope she agrees.
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I think I do have a black wire cage. I will inquire about switching out the shifters tonight. The sacrilege is that she uses them mostly in friction mode with a Campy derailleur. Maybe I can source some replacements quick.
If you only need friction, I have set of first generation dura ace downtube shifters. PM me if interested.
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If you only need friction, I have set of first generation dura ace downtube shifters. PM me if interested.
Rad, but I doubt those will work with the braze-ons she has. If I recall correctly these have the odd early Shimano braze-ons like my Shimano 600Ex that don't play well with the now-standard braze-on.
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Rad, but I doubt those will work with the braze-ons she has. If I recall correctly these have the odd early Shimano braze-ons like my Shimano 600Ex that don't play well with the now-standard braze-on.

I have a set of 6400 DT shifters, I think they work with newer style braze on. wooba.flores@gmail.com is the best way to reach me if you are still looking.
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