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Old 05-03-14, 11:39 AM   #12151
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ISO a recessed type brake bolt, 30mm, for doing the back to front - nutted to recessed mod. Let me draw you a picture.



To trade: There has to be something in my pile...
It's probably easier to find the right front bolt than it is to find that nut. Normally, when you swap back to front, you swap bolts, but it depends on the brake set.
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Old 05-03-14, 12:45 PM   #12152
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It's probably easier to find the right front bolt than it is to find that nut. Normally, when you swap back to front, you swap bolts, but it depends on the brake set.
I called it a "brake bolt" by mistake, I'm looking for the nut.
Oh, the longer nuts are available on ebay, but I love the "trading" thing here. The brake set I have was loctite-ed together ( by SOMEBODY ) so I'll have to wait and find a nut.
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Walk into any LBS and they will have a drawer full of little packets with different size recessed brake nuts in them…even long ones are quite common.

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I called it a "brake bolt" by mistake, I'm looking for the nut.
Oh, the longer nuts are available on ebay, but I love the "trading" thing here. The brake set I have was loctite-ed together ( by SOMEBODY ) so I'll have to wait and find a nut.
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Old 05-04-14, 12:31 PM   #12154
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I have a Huret front derailer that is missing its cage. It is low end (all steel) but in good shape. It appears that the cage was removable/adjustable, mounted to a post. There is only one adjustment screw, I assume that the cage could be adjusted for travel. Anyway, if you have a cage for this thing, I would like to have it. If you want the derailer, I would trade for an older Suntour or Shimano.
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Old 05-04-14, 06:03 PM   #12155
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ISO Ciocc chrome fork that is long enough to fit on a 57 CM bike. Trade stock include wheel sets, Mafac gold parts, simplex parts, and lots of other items.

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Old 05-08-14, 02:02 PM   #12156
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ISO: Rear Maillard skewer for Helicomatic hub (126mm). Looks like this: LINK.

HAVE: Lots of stuff! More than I care to list. Good chance I have something you need.

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Old 05-08-14, 02:10 PM   #12157
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ISO: Rear Maillard skewer for Helicomatic hub (126mm). Looks like this: LINK..
I just bought a group of small parts, one of which was a Maillard/Atom skewer. I posted a picture of the whole lot in the "what came for you today?" thread. It's the middle of the five skewers in the attached image. If this looks it might possibly match, I can take better pix this evening.

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^ @smontanaro: Yes, that looks like a match. I'll drop you a PM to see if we can make a trade. Thanks!
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Old 05-09-14, 03:25 AM   #12159
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I have a vintage Syncros post missing the lower seat sandwich clamp thingie. Anyone holding?

******FOUND right where I apparently left it******** No need anymore.


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Old 05-09-14, 11:22 AM   #12160
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Looking for a 27" fork for my Panasonic Sport 500. Frame is around 21". The stock one is bent, and the replacement I have on it has too much rake (around 55mm).

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Old 05-09-14, 11:43 AM   #12161
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ISO: crown race that will work with an HP-6400 Shimano 600 headset (26.4mm) and a lower race if you have that to.
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Old 05-10-14, 09:44 PM   #12162
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D'oh! Went for one more 1/4 turn to snug up my bars in a Cinelli 1A...snap went the recessed nut.

Anyone have an extra, or a beat stem that still has its binder bolt?

Will trade something equally silly, but none the less vital, lol.



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Old 05-11-14, 12:34 PM   #12163
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ISO:
Sturmey Archer 3-speed trigger & guides for 1950’s bike

TA 3-arm 116mm bcd cranks 170 (Criterium/Professional)



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Campagnolo Nuovo/Super Record brake arms (short reach)

Cinelli 2-A track stem 100mm/26.4
Cinelli 1-R stem 26.4, 100mm/26.4

3ttt Record stem, 105mm/26.0/ 22.0 (French)

Campagnolo 1020 Record steel rear derailleur
Suntour N Winner 13-18 6sp freewheel
Suntour N Winner 13-21 6sp freewheel
Shimano tricolor 6400 RD
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ISO: dia compe aero gran compe brake calipers, or other very short reach calipers. I have a set of black modolo speedy short reach calipers for trade if interested.
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Old 05-14-14, 07:05 AM   #12165
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ISO: Pre-1984 Trek headbadge (ideally one that tapes on instead of screws). Like this:



Have: 1984 headbadge, other random bits n bobs.
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D'oh! Went for one more 1/4 turn to snug up my bars in a Cinelli 1A...snap went the recessed nut.

Anyone have an extra, or a beat stem that still has its binder bolt?

Will trade something equally silly, but none the less vital, lol.



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I have used a seatpost binder fwiw.
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1986 Trek 400 Elance Build Kit

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All original speced components on this bike (including a Trek branded saddle)

Want/Need

Canvas HB/Saddle/Trunk bag (Riv, VO etc)
or
32 or 36 hole 7400 or 6500 front hub
or
Higher end dyno hub
or ?

I can't PM...........please use wooba.flores@gmail.com

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Old 05-14-14, 04:40 PM   #12168
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Hello, I found the frameset I have been looking for, but it was connected to a complete bike So I am offering for trade all the original speced components on this bike (including a Trek branded saddle). The only variation seems to be is a Mavic G4 rear.(and the tires are new but junk). Bike was ridden very little and parts just need a good cleaning.

You pay shipping and send me?

Canvas HB or Saddle or Trunk bag (Riv, VO etc)
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ISO: Rear Maillard skewer for Helicomatic hub (126mm). Looks like this: LINK.

HAVE: Lots of stuff! More than I care to list. Good chance I have something you need.
I have that skewer..........wooba.flores@gmail.com
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Hi SimplySycles1, thanks for the reply. I should have updated my post. I've already made a trade with another member for the skewer. Thanks anyway, and good luck with your own ISO quest.
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Have Suntour Superbe and Shimano 600 GS (long cage) rear deraillers. Willing to trade for Christophe or Campy adjustable toe clip size large with strap.

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Want (size large with strap):

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Old 05-15-14, 09:50 AM   #12172
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I have a bunch of stuff that would probably be a crime to sell. Not really interested in shipping, but would gladly have a BF regular come over and take some of it off my hands. In other words, I would prefer someone local to the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area. My wife and I are thinking about moving, so I need to lighten the load a bit.

I'll try to grab a few pictures of my stuff when I get home this evening, I just wanted to get this up on the forums before I forgot.

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1979 Raleigh Grand Prix - Almost "rideable". Needs a few consumables. This was the bike I learned about bike mechanics on and it got me to/from work for a year or two before I moved on to other project bikes. Everything on it is stock, except it's missing the seat post (parted for another bike)

nineteen-eighty-something Schwinn Traveler?
- To be perfectly honest, I don't really know what it is. I'll take pictures. It's mid-eighties, and it's not a Varsity. It was a dumpster bike that didn't appear to have anything serious wrong with the frame or wheelset. It had been sitting in the mud and was a little rusted. Never found the time to rebuild it.

Various low-end parts - brakes, brake levers, shifters. Whatever is in my re-use box.

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Hugs?
I like gadgets. Cycle Computers, multi-tools, etc. I also need a chain tool, and/or maybe a crank puller?

Would love a new chain for my vintage Cinelli, and maybe even a new freewheel. Heck, I would even appreciate if a more experienced mechanic came over and told me why the old girl is slipping on the smaller gears. You would be my friend forever.

Have access to a medium blaster? Something to kill the paint on an old frame I want to build up? That'll do too.
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Have Suntour Superbe and Shimano 600 GS (long cage) rear deraillers. Willing to trade for Christophe or Campy adjustable toe clip size large with strap.

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Want (size large with strap):
I have a pair of Christophe Specials with Lapize straps--not all shiny like in your pic, and no size marked on them. Shipping takes about ten days from here to there, and vice versa.
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I have a pair of Christophe Specials with Lapize straps--not all shiny like in your pic, and no size marked on them. Shipping takes about ten days from here to there, and vice versa.
Unfortunately those are the kind with the traditional mounting like this:



I need the "aero" version that mounts on Maillard CXC or some Campy C-record pedals. Unfortunately they are (near) unobtanium now.

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I need the "aero" version that mounts on Maillard CXC or some Campy C-record pedals. Unfortunately they are (near) unobtanium now.
I was able to modify some generic plastic toeclips to work with my Ofmega pedals:



Cut off the standard right-angle mount and drill some holes for bolts in the tongue. These have held up for a couple decades now.
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