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Old 04-10-09, 09:20 PM   #1201
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Yeah, this one has a home button in the middle of the keyboard that moves the cursor to the beginning of whatever I'm typing. Once I get used to the layout, it'll be fine. It's still better than my netbook, that throws double letters randomly, etc.
I detest laptops, in general. I have one, but I have the touchpad turned off (that's what does it on most laptops) and use a wireless mouse, even when travelling. At work, I also use a USB keyboard. Giant fingers and laptop keyboards don't mix. That, and I can't live without the number pad.
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Old 04-10-09, 09:24 PM   #1202
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<edit - found and gone>

Have:

700c - 32 spoke front wheel - Hard anodized (gray) Matrix rim - clincher with rim strip - Dura Ace hub. True as can be, no skewer

Want:

Either

700c front wheel built with Araya box section rim
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27" rear wheel built with Weinmann box section rim - 126 spacing preferred

if you happen to have mounting hardware for toe clips, and feel like helping me finish a project, I wouldn't object to having that added
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Old 04-10-09, 09:45 PM   #1203
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Kids, don't forget my above post, I'd love to trade that Mt. Zefal NOS frame pump for a Zefal Lapize.
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118 or 120 mm spindle for a 68 mm bottom bracket
8 speed Campy ergo shifter - left hand, preferrably Mirage - taken care of by OFG

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Old 04-10-09, 10:00 PM   #1205
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I think I have a Mirage left hand shifter. PM me in the morning if you don't hear from me.
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118 or 120 mm spindle for a 68 mm bottom bracket
8 speed Campy ergo shifter - left hand, preferrably Mirage

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Suntour a3000 accushift stem shifters - needs some oxalic acid
Mavic GL 330 tubular rim - red labels - 32 hole
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Old 04-11-09, 07:20 AM   #1206
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Old 04-11-09, 09:11 AM   #1207
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118 or 120 mm spindle for a 68 mm bottom bracket
8 speed Campy ergo shifter - left hand, preferrably Mirage
Will this work?


Edit: I also found a complete BB, Shimano, 117.5 in length, looks to be new or barely used. PM me if that might work, I'll take pictures for you.

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Old 04-11-09, 10:13 AM   #1208
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I need one Campagnolo white rubber shifter bootie. New or close to. I will also buy a pair if no orphans are available.

Also looking for a pair Record brake caliber flat Q/R levers. Or a pair of rough/broken calipers that still have said levers.

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Old 04-11-09, 10:27 AM   #1209
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Will this work?


Edit: I also found a complete BB, Shimano, 117.5 in length, looks to be new or barely used. PM me if that might work, I'll take pictures for you.
Done deal on the shifter - man, I love C&V.

The BB might work - I have to be careful with the budget and the watchful eyes of my spouse and not buy too much - too quickly.
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HAVE: Shimano 600 Tri-color crankset, with rings (53/42), 175 length, used in very good condition

WANT: Same or similar crankset with 170 length
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Old 04-11-09, 04:05 PM   #1211
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Hello.

I am looking for a nice side pull front caliper with a reach to 60mm. A rear caliper may do depending on how long the mounting bolt is.

I have to trade a few things, namely a Campagnolo Victory rear caliper in great condition, a 90's campagnolo record bottom bracket, please pm me.

Thanks

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Old 04-11-09, 06:58 PM   #1212
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90-100mm stem

As mentioned in my Schwinn Circuit thread, I need a 90-100mm quill stem. Standard 22.2 insertion diameter. For 26.0mm handlebars.

I have a 3TTT stem, which has a 120mm extension. The 3TTT stem seems pretty nice, it has the little set screw for opening it up, and sort of grey finish.

Let me know

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Old 04-11-09, 07:11 PM   #1213
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As mentioned in my Schwinn Circuit thread, I need a 90-100mm quill stem. Standard 22.2 insertion diameter. For 26.0mm handlebars.

I have a 3TTT stem, which has a 120mm extension. The 3TTT stem seems pretty nice, it has the little set screw for opening it up, and sort of grey finish.

Let me know

Jared
Jared, I'm checking in just a minute.

Regards,

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I have a 70mm Nitto Technomic , a 110 3ttt, and a 95 Cinelli (26.4). Everything else I have is longer or pantographed.

I have a set of Cinelli 64-42 bars to fit the Cinelli stem, if you want.

It's a bit dark for good pics now, and it was just hailing here(?!?!), but let me know, maybe we can work something out.
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Old 04-11-09, 08:06 PM   #1215
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I have a 70mm Nitto Technomic , a 110 3ttt, and a 95 Cinelli (26.4). Everything else I have is longer or pantographed.

I have a set of Cinelli 64-42 bars to fit the Cinelli stem, if you want.

It's a bit dark for good pics now, and it was just hailing here(?!?!), but let me know, maybe we can work something out.
Judging from his thread in the main forum, I think a short Cinelli stem + Cinelli 64s will be much shorter than he wants. Currently he's got a set of Nitto bars, which if I remember, have a reach several centimeters longer than a Cinelli 64.
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Still searching for a few things:
-brown saddle (Brooks Pro, San Marco Regal/Rolls, etc.)
-lighweight anatomic saddle - Selle Italia SLC, SLK, SLR Gel Flow, etc. - preferably black
-Dura Ace front track hub (or wheel), flexible on the vintage, 28h or 32h
-Shimano Tourney or Dura Ace center pull brakes, preferably just a front but would take a set, too

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Judging from his thread in the main forum, I think a short Cinelli stem + Cinelli 64s will be much shorter than he wants. Currently he's got a set of Nitto bars, which if I remember, have a reach several centimeters longer than a Cinelli 64.
I wouldn't call a 9.5cm stem 'short', more 'average'., and I think the difference in reach is more likely a few millimeters , rather than centimeters difference.

At any rate, he's local to me, so he'll be able to check it out in person.

Which model Nitto bar are we speaking of?
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Old 04-11-09, 09:21 PM   #1218
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Old 04-11-09, 09:31 PM   #1219
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I wouldn't call a 9.5cm stem 'short', more 'average'., and I think the difference in reach is more likely a few millimeters , rather than centimeters difference.

At any rate, he's local to me, so he'll be able to check it out in person.

Which model Nitto bar are we speaking of?
I think he's got Nitto noodles. I measured: my Nitto Noodles with Cane Creek levers measure 5.5cm from center of bar sleeve to center of brake hood. My Cinelli 64s with 8 speed Campy ergos measure 4 cm from center of bar sleeve to center brake hood. I believe the Cane Creek hoods are longer than the 8 speed Campy ergos.

My point is, in terms of fit, this difference is significant.
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WTB silver mavic open pro front wheel, 32 spokes or less.
Have rsx 7spd brifters, terry fly saddle, other

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Pantographed 3ttt De Rosa stem 90mm
Pantographed Cinelli Merckx Stem 80mm

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Similar pantographed stems in 110 to 120mm


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Gosh, Old Fat Guy has such a RIDICULOUSLY nice collection of parts.

His garage is a chapter of Heaven.

Happy Easter, all.
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