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Old 07-13-14, 07:17 PM   #12301
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Going through some parts bins today. Strange items in there.
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I also have a Sigma cyclometer repair kit that is FILLED with a selection of repair bits.
EighthInch 68x107 BB New, it was threaded at one time from what i note but no actual use.
I have several sets of road bike handlebars
I have black EighthInch bullhorn bars for a road stem. New. 44cm
I have more items, please just inquire.
Campagnolo chrome Umbrella pump clamp
NOS Zeus chrome Umbrella pump clamp
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1968 Robin Hood 3 speed men's bicycle. original. needs TLC
1968 Robin Hood 3 speed women's bicycle. original as well and also needs lubed and TLC
1962 Armstrong 3 speed women's bicycle. original as well. needs lubed and TLC
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bar end shifters - friction shift. I would like to have enough pull so i can run anywhere between 6-10
WTB dirt drops, Salsa Woodchipper, or similar type. wider if possible.

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50-54 cm road bike (prefer steel frame but okay with aluminum) with either sti shifters/ergo ****ers or bar end shifters.
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mom sent me some embroidery thread to finish bar tape, and i won't be needing all this bright blue thread. it's actually really bright, like turquoise. also have the green and purple/lavender i won't be using.

i used some white thread on my newest build, atop black bar tape, and it looks wonderful when finished with clear lacquer nail polish. shellac makes it look too much like twine.

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Old 07-15-14, 06:57 AM   #12304
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ISO: a set or two of these centerpull quick release mechanisms.

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ISO: Old Avocet 15 and 25 computers in working condition or not. I've got one that I like a lot and sort of works, but I'm down a few parts particularly the back plate.
Is this what you're looking for?


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ISO; Black bar tape either cork type of the older foam back type like Bike Ribbon

Have Celeste Cork and Blue Bike Ribbon
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I thought you just squeezed the caliper and undid the strap. Shows what I know.
Be careful there, I believe a cyclist was just found after being "gone" a while.

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mom sent me some embroidery thread to finish bar tape, and i won't be needing all this bright blue thread. it's actually really bright, like turquoise. also have the green and purple/lavender i won't be using.

i used some white thread on my newest build, atop black bar tape, and it looks wonderful when finished with clear lacquer nail polish. shellac makes it look too much like twine.

embroidering.
use of the word "turquoise".
clear nail polish.

just don't say "taupe"

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Looking for a Cinelli Criterium trade:

Have: Cinelli 65-40s in excellent shape

Need: Cinelli 65-44s (or maybe 42s)

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Mark, how do they compare to a Milano? I just freed up a Milano bar in 42cm and I'm not sure what "60-something" it is.
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Hey Rob…The Milano is a pure track bar…the 65-XX is a Criterium bar…sorta a hybrid between a track and road bar.

BTW…I rolled through your burg late at night the other day, heading back from the OBX towards Lexington…tried both Western and Eastern NC BBQ for the first time (Bar-B-Q Center and Skylight Inn, respectively) and would have to say that I prefer the Western/Lexington style.

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... just don't say "taupe."
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yeah, i can be pretty flamboyant when it comes to putting the finishing touches on a classic build. but not as flamboyant as turquoise or lavender. others of you have bikes with beautiful paints that could actually pull these colors off without a hitch.

and actual turquoise looks brilliant when worn by a dark skinned person. there's certainly nothing wrong with that.
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I thought you just squeezed the caliper and undid the strap. Shows what I know.
Be careful there, I believe a cyclist was just found after being "gone" a while.
I picked up a two week rental from a homeless shelter shop my brother-in law volunteers at. An Araya from the mid 70s. It has these mechs.--the first time I've ever seen them. Wonderful riding bike, despite the bent fork.
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Want: MTB shoes, 9.5 (or Euro equivalent) Something I can use for commuting and riding the local paths. (looking to give clipless living a chance)

Have: Shimano Light Action 8 speed bar end shifters
Shimano Sora 2x9 Brifters, black (traditional style, not thumb lever style)
Other odd and ends (let me know what you're after, and I'll check if I have it)
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Old 07-15-14, 11:26 PM   #12314
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Not exactly. I'm looking for one of the two models that postdates that one. Let me see if I can dig up a pic....... the interwebz delivers


If you have the bits for that and don't want it, though, I do have what appears to be the same computer module that may or may not work. What do you need in trade?
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Note to you BLOWHARD MORONS out there: The fork is not bent. Most PEUGEOTS of the '70s forks DID NOT line up with the head tube angle. This is normal. The last pic is from the 1972 Dutch catalog showing this EXACT MODEL in diagram. Keep your comments to yourself......
It's pronounced, "Co-burn."
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Old 07-16-14, 05:30 AM   #12315
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I'm halfheartedly looking for early Dura Ace hubs, such as these (thanks, Velobase!):



I'd consider individual parts, the whole set, or complete wheels.

Have all kinds of stuff to trade... Campy hubs, Weyless hubs, Sunshine Pro-Am hubs, leather saddles, and more... lots more.
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Not exactly. I'm looking for one of the two models that postdates that one. Let me see if I can dig up a pic....... the interwebz delivers


If you have the bits for that and don't want it, though, I do have what appears to be the same computer module that may or may not work. What do you need in trade?
I don't have the sensor or the little disk thingy that attaches to the wheel. It's yours, PM your address if you want it.
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I have:
2 brooks saddles that are toast, not sure on the model, b66? both came on raleigh sports. the frames are intact.
Cane Creak threadless headset 1 1/8
normandy 36h front and rear hub, fits a 5spd freewheel
simplex prestige short cage rear derailleur, one of the pulley's is missing a tooth
suntour blue line downtube shifters, braze on style no clamp
a vintage cateye bike computer with cadence sensor, not sure what model
a beat up old wrights saddle that may have some life left in it, has some discoloration but it looks ok
simplex 5 speed freewheel not sure on the tooth range
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white bar wrap, prefer fizik, no cork
2 panaracer pasellas 27 x 1 1/8 with some life left
any old touring saddle (avocet, selle italia, vetta)
fenders/handlebars for raleigh dl-1 /tourist


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For trade: NOS Campagnolo chorus front hub and nice used Wrights saddle.

NOS Campagnolo chorus front hub 100mm never laced spins very smooth complete with Campagnolo quick release. Looking for 6 speed British or Italian thread freewheel/ Possibly Brooks saddle/ NOS 36 hole 700c rims/700 23-25 tires clincher/ Pedals toe clip /Top tube brake cable clamps or Anything else is possible just let me know.

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I've got a 'big-pile-o-crap', but I don't feel it needs to be shipped anywhere. That said, why don't people put in their true locations so this becomes more efficient?
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I've got a 'big-pile-o-crap', but I don't feel it needs to be shipped anywhere. That said, why don't people put in their true locations so this becomes more efficient?
Says mr SF Bay area You could be by me, you could be in SF, you could be in SJ for all we know I also have a majority of crap not worth shipping as well.

ISO: CF 25.4 Seatpost, zero setback preferred(Yeah I know but stop laughing at me)

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Thanks, I got asked to facilitate something down in Santa Cruz.
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I have:
2 brooks saddles that are toast, not sure on the model, b66? both came on raleigh sports. the frames are intact.
Cane Creak threadless headset 1 1/8
normandy rear hub, fits a 5spd freewheel
simplex prestige short cage rear derailleur, one of the pulley's is missing a tooth
suntour blue line downtube shifters, braze on style no clamp
a vintage cateye bike computer with cadence sensor, not sure what model
a beat up old wrights saddle that may have some life left in it, has some discoloration but it looks ok
simplex 5 speed freewheel not sure on the tooth range
ISO:
white bar wrap, prefer fizik, no cork
2 panaracer pasellas 27 x 1 1/8 with some life left
any old touring saddle (avocet, selle italia, vetta)
fenders/handlebars for raleigh dl-1 /tourist

I might be interested in the suntour shifters, the beat up wrights, and the freewheel if you have pics.

I have an avocet touring saddle and I think both a vetta and a s italia. I know the Avocet is black. One of the others might be white. I know I have some white bar tape too-- maybe a cheaper deda and then a NOS leather-like vintage roll.

PM if interested and have pics. I'll take some too.
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I've got a Suntour Blue Line group, just took it off a 1983 Trek 600. Front and rear derailleur and clamp on downtube shifters. They are in real nice shape. Looking for a set of Dura Ace 7700 bar ends, 9 speed. I'll add pictures to this post when I get some in good light.
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I might be interested in the suntour shifters, the beat up wrights, and the freewheel if you have pics.

I have an avocet touring saddle and I think both a vetta and a s italia. I know the Avocet is black. One of the others might be white. I know I have some white bar tape too-- maybe a cheaper deda and then a NOS leather-like vintage roll.

PM if interested and have pics. I'll take some too.
here are some pics of my loot

the shifters are all there, the freewheel got marred up when my tool slipped on it, and the wrights is just old and a bit crusty but im sure there is a little life left.
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