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Old 06-22-14, 01:13 PM   #12251
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ISO: TA Specialties crank dust cap. One only.

No biggie and just thought by chance anyone might have a spare. With the exception of our tandem, I normally ride the other bikes without crank caps. Just noticed I'm missing one! Fleabay sellers have them for $50 but that's as crazy attempting a wheelie on a tandem!
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Old 06-23-14, 12:28 PM   #12252
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Looking for a Victor pedal cap...these were the poor cousin to the Suntour Bear trap pedal but still well made. I've tried other dust caps but no match. I have lots of stuff, brit and other. Spare parts, no problem

This is for my rebuild of the fugly C-dale.

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Old 06-24-14, 09:28 AM   #12253
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ISO: Downtube Shifter Adaptor (ie. a clamp-on set of bosses to install a shifter to). Only *need* one boss, but two will work too. Something that is functionally like this: Amazon.com : Origin8 DownTube Shifter Adapter - 31.8/28.6mm, Black : Bike Shifters And Parts : Sports & Outdoors . Something shinier and classic would be cool -- this would be perfect if you have one: Vintage Huret Clip on Single Gear Lever Adapter | eBay . Standard Reynolds 531 downtube size..thats 28.6mm right?

I've decided my British Portuer is going to have its 1x7 setup replaced by the S3X wheelset I picked up on the cheap. I've got a bar-end shifter but would prefer to mount it on the downtube.

To trade: Lots of odds and ends...Derailleurs (Deore, LX), Cinelli stem/bar, etc etc etc.
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Old 06-25-14, 08:56 PM   #12254
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Lost my Dunelt/Phillips fork caps. Had to take them out when getting the fork steerer tube replaced.
Anyone got a set?

They look like these, and are usually chromed. Shot chrome is actually ok- I'll nickel them or strip 'em to copper...



I have a bunch of bits to trade. Anyone want an early Silca mountain bike pump with the silca presta head? Some pre-QBP Salsa Ti skewers?
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Old 06-27-14, 09:40 AM   #12255
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ISO: Handlebars

I'm looking for a good condition VO Grand Cru Chris's Rando, Nitto Rando, or GB Randonneur in a 44 or 46cm. I have quite a lot of trade bait, a good bit of which is from the 70's and 80's.
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Old 06-28-14, 03:43 PM   #12256
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campagnolo ds only crank arm 175 8/9 speed any level as long as it goes with a 102mm bb square taper OR campagnolo crank arms 172.5/175 to go with same bb also 8/9 preferred. I don't need rings or any bolts, just the arms. TIA --Greg

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Old 06-28-14, 06:18 PM   #12257
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Drop bars, the wider the better. Something like Dirt Drops is preferable, but open to others, 25.4 or 26.0, silver
Aero road brake levers
Shimano 10 speed bar end shifters
Shimano/Sugino triple 175 crank (110BCD)
Nitto or possibly VO front canti mount rack


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Some wheelsets (27", 26", 700c)
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Old 06-29-14, 02:29 PM   #12258
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For trade

wrights W3N saddle nice shape except a few small areas. Can send pics for some reason it fails every time I try to upload here.

Need :
Stem
Drop bars
Center pull brakes
700 c rims clincher or tubular
Ect.

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Old 06-29-14, 03:23 PM   #12259
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ISO -- a single plastic spring cover for Shimano MC70 brakes (Deore XT). I have three, just need one more!

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Old 07-01-14, 11:14 AM   #12260
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ISO 1988 Cannondale Criterium Shimano 105 53 cm ideally in blue with yellow accents.

Please contact through email.

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Old 07-01-14, 12:19 PM   #12261
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ISO: Stonglight crank extractor tool.

HAVE:
Suntour Power ratchet shifters
Suntour friction shifters
Suntour VG RD
Shimano cartridge BB (109mm I believe)
variety of rear racks
Sunshine alloy stem 80mm (Cinelli 1R clone)
Gnutti HF front hub 36h
Shimano 105 rear derailleur (1055-RD)
Shimano 105 front hub, 32h
Weinmann center pull brakes & cable guides
wheels galore (prefer not to ship though, but we can talk)

Too much more to list...
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Old 07-02-14, 01:15 PM   #12262
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ISO: Front wheel that fits a 700x23 wheel with quick release.

Have: too many parts to list.
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Old 07-02-14, 01:25 PM   #12263
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ISO: Front wheel that fits a 700x23 wheel with quick release.

Have: too many parts to list.
Pretty vague, do you have any preferences, like color, #spokes , or even brand? And I assume you want a wheel that fits a 700*23 TIRE, not wheel that fits a wheel.
And where do you live? If you're just looking for fairly cheap, shipping close-by is better than cross country (or out of CONUS).

Edit: #hashtags are stupid. It's a number symbol
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Old 07-02-14, 01:27 PM   #12264
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I'm not really fussy. This would be going on a road bike. I live in Pennsylvania. Black or grey wheel would probably be ideal. #spokes or brand isn't important. I'd be more interested in something that is well built and not cheap.
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Old 07-03-14, 07:40 AM   #12265
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ISO: Ideally a chrome columbus fork from an 88-89 Concorde aquilla PDM team edition. In lieu of that next up would be a columbus chrome fork, and in third place just a period correct appearing 1" threaded chrome fork.

What I have, various MTB bits, some old campy. Nothing show quality, nor is show quality expected.
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Old 07-04-14, 07:29 AM   #12266
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1. I'm looking a fire engine red, black, or chrome 700c fork with fender eyelets for a big-boy sized Trek 330 frameset. Needs to have LOTS of steerer tube. Unicrown or midreach brake is fine: it's for a rainbike beater.
2. Shimano Deore or similar MTB U-brake for my 1987 Schwinn Sierra Mountain Bike. I do not want a Tektro BMX u-brake but rather old-school understay brake.

What I have: large quantity of consumables, variety of tri-color 600 parts, 43CM Trek 700 hybrid frame/fork with Deore cantilevers, odds and ends, Sonic drive-in Limeade tokens.
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Old 07-04-14, 10:26 AM   #12267
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ISO: Ideally a chrome columbus fork from an 88-89 Concorde aquilla PDM team edition. In lieu of that next up would be a columbus chrome fork, and in third place just a period correct appearing 1" threaded chrome fork.

What I have, various MTB bits, some old campy. Nothing show quality, nor is show quality expected.
need to know size: preferably the steerer but if not that then the head tube or at least seat tube size.
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Old 07-04-14, 11:34 AM   #12268
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Zeus 175 mm 52/45 crankset and BSA pedals.

Unable to upload pictures I can email or text if interested.

KF

Should clean up well. Non drive side crank arm a little beat up around outside of square taper (on inside of arm) however square taper looks fine.

Trade for: 126mm rear hub, 700c rims/wheels,6 speed freewheel,22.2 quill stem 90-100 mm, ect. What do you have ??
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Old 07-05-14, 04:15 PM   #12269
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need to know size: preferably the steerer but if not that then the head tube or at least seat tube size.
Sorry wasn't thinking. It should be a 1" i am open to either threaded or threadless. 700c. Also could use a 27.0 seatpost.
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Old 07-05-14, 06:36 PM   #12270
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Greatly needed is a 113mm square taper spindle to fit Shimano 600 double crankset. Would prefer very good to excellent condition if possible. Would be happier with complete bottom bracket kit, but not expecting to find that.

I have a lot of stuff to exchange. Too numerous to list.

Any help would be truly appreciated as this is the last bit I need to get a recent Zunow find on the road. The one I have is heavily scored on the nondrive side.

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Old 07-05-14, 11:22 PM   #12271
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Sorry wasn't thinking. It should be a 1" i am open to either threaded or threadless. 700c. Also could use a 27.0 seatpost.
It would be good to know the minimum length steerer you need. I believe that's what unworthy1 is after.
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It would be good to know the minimum length steerer you need. I believe that's what unworthy1 is after.

In all honest I am totally open, I am deciding headset based on the forks I can find. If I had to guess 150 for threaded, a little more for threadless.
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Old 07-06-14, 06:18 PM   #12273
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Seeking a decent, standard quill stem (SR, Nitto, etc) for road -- 1", 25.4mm, 100mm or thereabouts. I have a nice condition, looong, vintage Nitto Technomic to trade or $$$. Thanks!

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Old 07-06-14, 06:31 PM   #12274
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Seeking a decent, standard Japanese quill stem (SR, Nitto, etc) for road -- 1", 25.4mm, 100mm or thereabouts. I have a nice condition, looong, vintage Nitto Technomic to trade or $$$. Thanks!
I may have what you need. I have a new project arriving later this week and I'm almost certainly going to have to swap out the stem. Once I have it in hand I'll know exactly what I need to change it out to - and thus, I'll also know which stems I can offer for trade bait. Long story short: if you haven't found a solution in a couple of days, PM me and I'll let you know what I'm not using.
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Old 07-07-14, 02:09 PM   #12275
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ISO: 86 bcd chainrings. Something along the lines of 48/30. Mainly wanting the 48t.

Have:
52/40/34 Chainrings in 86 bcd
Suntour ratcheting bar ends
Nitto noodle drops 44cm
Nitto technomic 225 stem- 90mm
Shimano 600 headset-26.4
Deore DX hubs (front 100mm and rear 135mm cassette) 32h
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