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Old 07-17-14, 02:20 PM   #12326
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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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ISO: First generation Jim Blackburn front rack for road bike (the one that loops around the fork crown).
First generation Suntour Cyclone down tube shifters .

Have: Suntour "Barcon" Barend shifters with coiled stainless housing.
Nervar chainring set, 53/40 for 50.4 BCD.
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Old 07-18-14, 12:23 PM   #12328
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Anyone have a spare three-speed freewheel? I was about to order one from Hong Kong but thought I'd ask here first. English threaded, and removable with a puller (many seem to lack that ability). Not too concerned with tooth counts. I'm converting a kids bike from single speed to geared. Thanks a lot.
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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.
nice Robbie! lol.

If anyone is looking for other colors of twine/thread other than the turquoise...let me know. I literally have thousands of colors and spools to choose from as well as TONS of velcro, buttons, snaps, and anything else you may need to repair old panniers, bags, jerseys, etc. I have TONS of items.
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^ billy. as in billy goat. or just goat. whatever. but not robbie. that's a silly name.
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ISO working and complete pair of GB Superhood Rapides in VG condition. I was responsible for mucking up a pair for a friend and am looking to replace them for him. Thanks!

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ISO: A touring fork for my Nishiki Cresta, color is unimportant but it needs Canti studs and a 9.25-9.5 inch steerer tube.
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Old 07-20-14, 10:03 AM   #12333
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I'm halfheartedly looking for early Dura Ace hubs, such as these (thanks, Velobase!):




Have all kinds of stuff to trade... Campy hubs, Weyless hubs, Sunshine Pro-Am hubs, leather saddles, and more... lots more.
I'd consider individual parts, the whole set, or complete wheels.
If you're interested in slightly less bling, I have a pair of FH-BR/HB-R-105 hubs (Golden Arrow) from about the same time-frame, they have black oil clips and not quite the pearly anodized finish, but look like about the same shell casting as those Dura Ace. 36º and 126 rear threaded for freewheel, no skewers but can find some generic ones. I have some pics if you want to see them. Happy to move them on to somebody who'd use them...I have more wheels than needed and won't be lacing up any more for a while.
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If you're interested in slightly less bling...
Ah, no, thanks! It's not so much the bling I'm after, but I got this bike that was once all Dura Ace and it's missing most of the original parts. Okay that shouldn't be a problem but for whatever reason I can't help myself wanting to return it to it's original spec. It makes no sense to me but there it is! I even have a pair of Sunshine Pro-Am hubs that would be pretty perfect... But I'm still wanting the Dura Ace ones.
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ISO -
135 spaced non disc MTB hubs of LX or higher quality level for 650b build
Good/ex condition campy 27.2 aero post (found)

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600 arabesque triple group (FD, RD, shifters, crank, levers)
Saddles (black white selle regal-e, avocet race, leather charge saddles bill amberg edition, others)
RX100 crankset with low rub and nice rings (170, 52-42)
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Ah, no, thanks! It's not so much the bling I'm after, but I got this bike that was once all Dura Ace and it's missing most of the original parts. Okay that shouldn't be a problem but for whatever reason I can't help myself wanting to return it to it's original spec. It makes no sense to me but there it is! I even have a pair of Sunshine Pro-Am hubs that would be pretty perfect... But I'm still wanting the Dura Ace ones.
Fair enough, you know what you want and that's the starting point...and for somebody else who may want a pair of Golden Arrow hubs, I've taken a few bad cell-phone pix and here are 2:

I'm looking for Blackburn floor pump head repair kit (Schraeder head side of a double head), but would consider trading for other stuff of equivalent value to this pair of hubs...they were repacked (new balls) when I stored them, and spin smoothly but shells are pretty scratchy and they ain't "show quality" appearance.
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ISO: The bolts and spacers that hold the smaller chainring onto the larger chainring on an early 70's Solida three-arm cottered crankset, as found on some cheap French bikes from the boom.

These proprietary bolts have a rounded head and screw into threads on the smaller chainring. There is a spacer/washer that fits around the bolt and holds it against the larger chainring. I'll even buy an entire Solida crankset that matches if you happen to have one lying around.

Apparently the PO had removed, greased(!) and not properly torqued these as part of his most recent "tune-up", as my wife discovered when the chainring fell off during a ride.
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Old 07-21-14, 09:42 PM   #12338
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ISO Campy down tube cable guide - this one is toast.

Need a replacement Campy down tube cable guide for '67 Condor.

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Need a replacement Campy down tube cable guide for '67 Condor.
Ouch... I think I might have a spare. I'll try to remember to take a look tomorrow.
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Ouch... I think I might have a spare. I'll try to remember to take a look tomorrow.
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Campy 10 speed ergo levers
Shimano BB friendly SS cranks
Campy Self Extracting Bolts

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Dura Ace 7400 single pivot brakes (minus one bolt that holds the wire clamp to the arm
Shimano 600 STI, probably just grease seized, but haven't disassembled to find out.. yet
Shimano 6400 8 speed hubset sans QR levers (sorry)
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Seeking higher end and excellent condition 6 speed French threaded freewheel, preferably something like 14-24/26 or 28. 70s-80s.

Last part needed to get on the road with a build.

Have for trade:
a lot of everything at the moment and trying to clear stuff out. From good consumables, to components, other freewheels, saddles, etc...
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Old 07-22-14, 10:09 PM   #12343
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ISO: Suntour cogs B18 and/or B19

Have: A pile of other suntour cogs, including half a dozen A19. If you've got a size you need, let me know and I'll look if I've got it.
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@Stevensb I spent a few minutes looking yesterday but have so far come up empty. I'll keep looking. I'm certain I got another one in a small group of other parts. Just can't remember where I put the darn thing.
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@Stevensb I spent a few minutes looking yesterday but have so far come up empty. I'll keep looking. I'm certain I got another one in a small group of other parts. Just can't remember where I put the darn thing.
but, not to derail this: looks like that Condor has braze-on nubs so you would use 2 lengths of cable housing (even the snazzy naked steel coil housing) and wouldn't need any brand of cable guide...assuming that all 3 are still there and that the FD has a nub on it, too. Too bad these clamps can only take a few (careful) open-and-close cycles before that flexing causes them to break right at the weak spot, a design fault!
Also,according to MOST experts: you have the cable routed wrong, should actually go under the small tab and over the smaller flat tab below that big comfortable-looking curved tab you have it in. It seems counter-intuitive but the experts insist (I just report their findings).

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ISO: Pasela tire or similar in 700c X 32mm.

HAVE: Pasela non-TG, wire bead in 700c X 35mm. Barely used, in very good condition.
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looking for a 180mm Campy NR or TA Cyclo crankset. Rings or no rings is fine.
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Also,according to MOST experts: you have the cable routed wrong, should actually go under the small tab and over the smaller flat tab below that big comfortable-looking curved tab you have it in. It seems counter-intuitive but the experts insist (I just report their findings).
I am kinda visual, could you post a picture of your hookup ?
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I am kinda visual, could you post a picture of your hookup ?
Something like this, I think:

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That's the way ^, at least the way most people will tell you is correct (a picture is worth a thousand...thanks to smontanaro for making one). You probably will have to run the cable below that braze-on nub, but again...if you have all 3 nubs you don't need to use a Campy clip, just some housing, and can keep the routing "clean".
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