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Old 08-04-14, 05:19 AM   #12376
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ISO strumey archer dynohub, 32 hole. In good aesthetic and functional condition. I've got one and laced it to a new rim but it appears to not want to spin freely and catches at one point in the rotation despite being taken apart.

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7 speed xt short cage derailleur (some scratches on name plate)
1985 campagnolo super record braze on fd. Some oxidation on exposed steel hardware but overall good condition.
Pinarello pantographed dt campy super record shifters for braze on bosses. Oxidation on steel mounting hardware.

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What is the plastic doohickey on the downtube? My friend just scored a nice Trek 600 that had one and I couldn't tell him what it was.

Possibly a dumb question but I couldn't find the right google search to tell me.
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What is the plastic doohickey on the downtube?
Rhode Gear Flickstand.
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What is the plastic doohickey on the downtube? My friend just scored a nice Trek 600 that had one and I couldn't tell him what it was.

Possibly a dumb question but I couldn't find the right google search to tell me.
Ha, it's called a flickstand. I guess it's like a kickstand for bikes that don't have a kickstand, so when you lean it against something, the wheel doesn't turn and cause the bike to fall. I had to ask husband.
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Thanks, both of you! Just emailed my friend and told him to hang on to it.
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ISO Super Record rear derailleur front arm or even damaged or parts derailleur as long as that plate is straight and relatively rash free.
You're a better man than I am if you're planning on taking that derailleur apart and somehow replacing those pivot pins.
All I have is NR front plates, unfortunately.
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Thanks, both of you! Just emailed my friend and told him to hang on to it.
If he decides to get rid of it, I'll take it off his hands.
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Non-aero brake levers with turkey levers (restoring a Panasonic sport deluxe for my father-in-law and he likes 'em)

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ISO 26.4 mm seatpost

Have to trade:
Strong 26.8 seatpost
SR Laprade 26.2 seatpost
I have other parts also. What do you need?
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Old 08-05-14, 03:49 PM   #12385
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Non-aero brake levers with turkey levers (restoring a Panasonic sport deluxe for my father-in-law and he likes 'em)

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I'll check tonight and see what I have laying around
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ISO: 700c clincher rim 28h, w/eyelets, silver/polished, box section, not too deep. Or a pair in 28h/32h.
I have a few odd rims I could offer in trade.
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Looking for various French parts: downtube shifter clamp, brakes, brake levers.
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ISO: North road type bars in aluminum. Asian brand is fine. Nitto cool. Open to suggestions.

Thought I'd give a larger than I normally ride frame a chance. It's a bit too long but I don't want to go much shorter on a stem length and spoil the balance. It has road drops but I want to convert more of an upright, tourist / path racer whateva. Want something with a radius, not too much of a drop... (ify on Marsh or Lauterwasser as I would be further stretched).

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ISO a Normandy/Maillard/Atom quick-release axle for a rear hub for circa-1984 "Schwinn Approved" made-in-France high-flange hub. It's for a Schwinn World Sport that I'm building up as an urban commuter for my son. The bike came with a solid nutted rear axle that I'd like to change to a quick-release axle to match the front.
I'm making the possibly unwarranted assumption that the hubs take that sort of axle threading. That's where I worship--the Church of the Unwarranted Assumption.
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Jon, I have a 126 OLD Maillard quick release. Probably more like 1987-ish, but doubt they made many changes over two or three years.
Yours if you PM me your mailing address, as I still owe you Karma points for that 28 tooth chainring (which I just used, BTW).

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ISO Suntour shifters:
I need 1 bar-end unit, or a set of dt levers for braze-on bosses.
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Jon, I have a 126 OLD Maillard quick release. Probably more like 1987-ish, but doubt they made many changes over two or three years.
Yours if you PM me your mailing address, as I still owe you Karma points for that 28 tooth chainring (which I just used, BTW).

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Old 08-07-14, 08:07 PM   #12393
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Trek 660 for trade for ?

Hello, I have a 85 or 6, 24" 660 in good shape, a bit rough on the cosmetics but a great rider. or if you are good with paint you could have a gem.

Looking or 7400 hubset

Nitto rack (front or rear)

6500 hubset

or ?

This frame rides well but one project too many for me right now to get it looking great so off it goes.

I can't PM...........wooba.flores@gmail.com for more photos or ? and I am having a problem posting photos so just email me.

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Have:
- 2/3 x 10 speed bar end shifters
- Ultegra 6500 130bcd 172.5mm double crankset with 6500 octalink V1 BB without chainrings
- FSA OS-190 Stem Black 100mm
- FSA OS-190 Stem Black 110mm
- Deda Elementi Quattro Stem Black 130mm
- 2 Shimano 105 5600 Front Derailleur for double crankset 31.8 clamp silver
- Cinelli XA stem 130mm 26.4 clamp (too long for me)
- Cinelli 1A stem 130mm 26.0 clamp (too long for me)
- Velo Orange Porteur handlebars
- Soma HWY ONE 42cm 26.0 clamp silver
- Thomson 27.2 x 330 black inline seatpost
- MKS Stream pedals silver
- MKS Sylvan pedals silver

and a few other random items.

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-Thomson 27.2 black layback seatpost.
and useful bike stuff

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ISO: Silver 26.0 compact handlebars (something like Soma HWY1) and a nice crankset/bb.

Have: 9s Ultegra cassette and 9s sram cassette
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ISO: a set or two of these centerpull quick release mechanisms.

Would either of these pieces of crap do the job for you? The rear one on the left is pitted and bent-up, but it could be straightened out. You get a knob to turn rather than a lever:

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Would either of these pieces of crap do the job for you? The rear one on the left is pitted and bent-up, but it could be straightened out. You get a knob to turn rather than a lever:

Yes, but I'm back in México now. My wife is in the US for another week. PM incoming.
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Here's a list of items i need

I need:
--2 pannier dry packs, waterproof pull overs for my front panniers.
--Mini front rack - bolt to cantis. nothing fancy needed.
--I need a hoop to fit a front lowrider system. hit me up with what you have and i may be able to get it to work.


What i have to sell or trade. additional actual shipping charges. Please make offers on any items or if i am way off the mark for asking price, let me know.


--EighthInch bottom bracket, New, came out of a frameset. no miles on it. 68 x 107mm JIS
--Sugino 175mm 42-34-24t triple front crankset. 150 miles on it. They were off road mtb miles and only used a short period before i was able to upgrade. They are nothing fancy or 'namey'. They are the basics for if you want to slap something together for a quick build. The rings are ramped, etc, but they are NOT seperate bolt types. It is strictly a basic crankset.
--Jaguar bar end pods, very clean, like new. They help convert your downtube shifters to bar end shifters.
--1 inch Titec threadless stem. NEW 125mm c-c. small rise OR small drop. NEW. black
--1 inch road quill stem. no name. black, 85mm c-c with no rise. NEW
--1 inch TTT stem, used on my racing Bianchi in the early 90s. it's weighty, BIG drop, black, no wedge bolt. it is the inner expand bolt. Works fine, has some marks from use. It is 120mm c-c.
--Action Dynamo Generator light set, new in box, never mounted. front and rear light and generator
--Delta MegaRack Ultra New in package, black, very wide adjustment possibilities.
--Tons of tire levers
--tons of patch kits
--tons of Lizard skins H-bar plugs...you got it.
--I have countless other types of H-bar plugs, just ask and i will look.
--Suntour downtube friction shift levers (2 hole types). no bolts - friction type.
--I have a downtube clamp to house shifters. Good shape. Has "S" on it. no other info.
--dia compe 1185m made in Japan, calipers. Used but still lots more life in them. includes the bolt adjusters that usually get lost. these are longer reach
--minoura anti chain suck BB clamp
--Sakae 42 cm wide road bars. no grooves. date to early 90s. Tape residue but no use. 'anatomic bend'.
--small mtb chainring 26t. It has some life but appears ready to take much more abuse. This has no lift ramps or any of that funny biz. black and 74 bcd
--Sunrace 7 speed freewheel 13-15-17-19-21-24-28t. This has only 150 miles on it. It served a short time period. Should clean up very well and help someone with a project
--Shimano mid 90s Mud Flap for front derailleur. New in bag, 5CA-9802 worked with MTB derailleurs
--Kalloy Uno seat post, NEW, size 30.8mm
--SRAM MRX comp grip shift set. 3x7. only 150 miles on them.
--Shimano Deore Long cage rear derailleur. Old, late 80s or early 90s? all silver.
--Campagnolo downtube shifter bolts. good shape at
--Shimano Alivio long cage rear derailleur. only 150 miles. very clean and good shape.
--Zefal HPx3 frame pump
--front headset brake hangers with adjustment bolts. Ask...i have 1" and 1 1/8", new, old, black, silver. I have tons.
--Trutaviv handlebars T30. alloy with 30mm rise and 31.8 clamp. NEW
--2 sets of Sun Race friction thumbshifters with cables at


I have more coming including a few bicycles. I have to grab all the details off of them. Cannondale Black lightning and a mid 90s Bianchi Campione. I gotta get sizes, details, etc.
I have a ton of other stuff coming soon too.


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Not sure they would work but I've got these.

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