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Old 04-22-14, 03:32 PM   #12101
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ISO long length metal coil brake cable sheathing. Something like the image below. Thank you
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Old 04-23-14, 07:31 AM   #12102
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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..........
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Old 04-23-14, 08:15 AM   #12103
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And the groupset is about to be reunited. Thanks Ex Pres!
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I have a bunch of Shimano Tourney brake calipers, Ill have a look if anyones interested...
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This is just a "feeler" post. I picked up a smaller framed Lotus Classique with Shimano 600 Arabesque components, nice shape (minus wheelset) if anyones interested.

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And here are less detailed pics of the Cyclone GT FT. We good to go?

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I have a bunch of Shimano Tourney brake calipers, Ill have a look if anyones interested...
Put me down as interested. I'll shoot you a pic to show you what this variation looks like. Be nice to find this rear a play mate !
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Cool, PM it or just post it here.
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I have a bunch of Shimano Tourney brake calipers, Ill have a look if anyones interested...
I need a rear if you have one. A long reach to fit a Raleigh International with Tubulars. Thx.
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ISO Cinelli 1A black anodized stem in 100mm, Dura Ace 7400 stem in 90 or 100mm

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* Cinelli 1A Stem. ~100mm extension (will double check) and matching Giro d'Italia handlebars.
* Derailleurs: 80's Deroe FD in Silver, Modern Deroe RD in black, and Deroe LX in black/silver.
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* Upright bars that fit bar end shifters -- Albatross, Soma Oxford (newer model) etc
* 120mm Stem w/ 25.4mm clamp. Silver. EDIT: Threaded & Quill.
* Bar-end shifters. Suntours, Dia Compes, etc. Friction.

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I have a set of the stem shifters. You wouldnt have 7sp indexed downtube (shimano) shifters laying around?
Gah! I checked them, they are actually 8 speed. My bad. Also a stupidly awesome frame came my way which has meant this project is now been sidelined for another, non-stem shifting build.

Thanks for your help!
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Ah my bad.
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Gah! I checked them, they are actually 8 speed. My bad. Also a stupidly awesome frame came my way which has meant this project is now been sidelined for another, non-stem shifting build.

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No probs at all! You should start a thread on your new build. We all enjoy and learn.
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One step ahead of you ... Upright City build on a Classic British Road Frame by MM Cycles
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Cool, PM it or just post it here.
Here you go. Can you match this ? What Ya need ?
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No center pull, just single pivot brake calipers. Sorry. If I come by any Ill def let you know.
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That's okay. Thanks for the offer and the extra pair of eye out there. My center pull will wait.
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I have a set of the stem shifters. You wouldnt have 7sp indexed downtube (shimano) shifters laying around?
Hooking you up on 7-sp DT with FD and RD, and a black wire bottle cage.
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ISO long length metal coil brake cable sheathing. Something like the image below. Thank you
How long?
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Hooking you up on 7-sp DT with FD and RD, and a black wire bottle cage.
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How long?
Thanks for the reply
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24" and 45"
That's allowing a bit extra just in case the handlebars / brakes get re-positioned. I have enough inner cable and of different diameters to work with.
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Thanks for the reply
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24" and 45"
That's allowing a bit extra just in case the handlebars / brakes get re-positioned. I have enough inner cable and of different diameters to work with.
Well, I could help you with the 24in section, but not the 45. You're probably going to need to find someone that has a roll. My bits have been harvested. Good luck!
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