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huerro 12-03-08 09:00 AM

ISO:

Decent Road triple
Decent 7 speed long cage rear mech.

There's no hurry and I don't need anything fancy, just looking to upgrade the functional but cheap Acera stuff on the commuter. I've got all kinds of trade bait. Let me know what you're looking for.

calderp 12-03-08 09:39 AM

Want: To try riding a real track frame. Will consider any offers in the 56-58 range.
By real track frame I mean geometry and dropouts. Doesn't have to be a 'real' track bike, this is for a fixed bike and I run a front brake anyway.
Have:
Raleigh Super Course Frame + Fork + Headset. Reynolds 531. Pretty good shape but paint is a bit scratched.
Gitane Super Corsa Frame + Fork + Headset. Also 531, w/ campy dropouts. Depending on what you have this could also come with Stronglight 93 crankset, Mafac Competition Brakeset, Berthet Lyotard 460 Pedals, Campy wheelset, more (Basically, I have this bike: http://www.gitaneusa.com/forum/viewt...t=tour++france) Only catch is the fork might be minutely bent. I couldn't notice anything but my mechanic friend said it was a tiny bit but still safe to ride. Frame is in good condition, decals are pretty scratched up.
Could also be interested in whatever of equal value for either frame/bike, they're just sitting around at this point. I was planning on ebaying the Gitane parts and rebuilding the frame so I might also part it out. Make an offer on anything, and if it sounds like something fun that I could use, I might go for it.
Just throwing this out there, if anyone is interested I can get more details, pics, etc.

jan nikolajsen 12-03-08 11:20 AM

PEDALS ARE GONE! Have a set of 105 pedals from the 6 speed era. Really good condition, except for a broken toeclip. Replacements are available from these guys

http://www.fivenineclimber.com/image...05_pedals1.jpg

Trade for any make of older pedals using Look cleats, like these:

http://www.fivenineclimber.com/images/cinelli/look.jpg

treebound 12-03-08 11:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jan nikolajsen (Post 7956482)
Have these 105 pedals from the 6 speed era.

Stepping aside so Jan can get a closer set.

jan nikolajsen 12-03-08 11:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by treebound (Post 7956527)
Jan,
maybe, let me check when I get home unless someone jumps on them sooner (no problem if they do).
Are you willing to cover shipping costs for a set of Carbo Pro's just like the pic?

Sure. PM me with details.

unworthy1 12-03-08 03:33 PM

was somebody looking for a 7-spd DuraAce FREEWHEEL? I have one with the twist-tooth cogs in VGC and is 12-21 range, would like to trade for the same (or another good quality FW, perhaps a Sachs) with a bigger cog: 12-26 would be ideal. It spins smoothly and shows very little wear to the teeth, I've cleaned it and flushed with WD40, ready for your choice of lube...can email a pic if you want...PM me.

dmp 12-04-08 12:40 AM

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Jan, I don't need the Shimano pedals, but I have a pair of Look Team issue pedals that I am looking to sell or trade for something else:

The description of these from bikepro.com:

"These pedals are made in a limited quantity and represent the work of CycleLab, which is the research facility that works to further LOOK designs and originate concepts for future projects and products. The PP196 has wider range of adjustment for the release tension. The pedal is based on the Pro-Shape pedal body forging that has a 32 lean angle capability. It uses the same spindle and bearings many LOOK road pedals and is described above in the overview. The spring tension adjustment screw will vary the release tension between 1.2 and 1.8 Kilogram-meters or the equivalent of between 8.6796 and 13.0194 foot-pounds. The rear lever on the PP196 Team pedal is made of Blue carbon composite plastic and the cast aluminum body . It is painted in Silver with milled Silver accents on top. The PP196 pedals weigh 393.5 grams per pair without cleats. Made in France. No longer made the pp196 sold for $169.99 and the PP196 Team sold for $199.99"

I'll toss in a pair of nearly new red cleats, too (just replaced these with some used Keo Carbon Ti's)

unprintable 12-04-08 01:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by USAZorro (Post 7951150)
Reminds me more of the alternate edge of a halberd. :eek:

http://www.nps.gov/history/museum/ex...d_MORR1913.jpg

I do imagine the sail would split your nuts if you fell on it.

lotek 12-04-08 07:48 AM

ISO a set of Campy toe clips to fit the C-Rec, Croce type pedals (screws into top of pedal).
size medium
marty

BlankCrows 12-04-08 11:40 AM

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ISO a Shimano RX100 right side brake lever in nice shape to match this left side one.

rtruectoc 12-04-08 12:30 PM

have: nitto ui-5g threadless stem. 120mm, 26.0 like new condition. beautiful polished silver

need: nitto quill stem technomic deluxe, pearl, or similar 110 or 100mm 26 or 25.4

RobbieTunes 12-04-08 12:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dmp (Post 7961553)
Jan, I don't need the Shimano pedals, but I have a pair of Look Team issue pedals that I am looking to sell or trade for something else:

The description of these from bikepro.com:

"These pedals are made in a limited quantity and represent the work of CycleLab, which is the research facility that works to further LOOK designs and originate concepts for future projects and products. The PP196 has wider range of adjustment for the release tension. The pedal is based on the Pro-Shape pedal body forging that has a 32 lean angle capability. It uses the same spindle and bearings many LOOK road pedals and is described above in the overview. The spring tension adjustment screw will vary the release tension between 1.2 and 1.8 Kilogram-meters or the equivalent of between 8.6796 and 13.0194 foot-pounds. The rear lever on the PP196 Team pedal is made of Blue carbon composite plastic and the cast aluminum body . It is painted in Silver with milled Silver accents on top. The PP196 pedals weigh 393.5 grams per pair without cleats. Made in France. No longer made the pp196 sold for $169.99 and the PP196 Team sold for $199.99"

I'll toss in a pair of nearly new red cleats, too (just replaced these with some used Keo Carbon Ti's)

PM sent.

jinx4 12-04-08 03:05 PM

Have:
Well, after getting a positive ID on this as an early Mondia Cross frame, I feel better offering it up. It is roughly a 56. (54.5 seat tube x 56 top tube). Swiss BB, 27.2 post, campy drops/fork ends:

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3006/...bb93e3e8_o.jpg

Would like:
A simple paint job on my 80's Schwinn Passage frame/fork. Any frame painters here?

h_curtis 12-04-08 10:17 PM

I am looking for a set of older Campy Chorus brakes. Only need the front but, will buy the pair of course. Here is a picture of what I am hoping to find. [IMG]I am looking for a set of older Campy Chorus brakes. Only need the front but, will buy the pair of course. Here is a picture of what I am hoping to find. I don't need the levers but, will take them if I have to.

http://www.gs-bike.com/shop/images/Chorus_92-BR.jpg

metalchef87 12-05-08 05:57 AM

EDIT: GONE

I am looking to trade my 35 year old Brooks B-15 pictured below. I have recently put a thick coating of proofide on it. I would love a Brooks B-17 in black, but honey would be just fine. I would be willing to add a little cash for the trade.
http://i433.photobucket.com/albums/q...7/schwinn6.jpg

nlerner 12-05-08 10:35 AM

I'm looking for a 27" Weinmann concave rim, 36-hole. The version with eyelets would be best, but the non-eyeletted version will do.

Neal

cuda2k 12-05-08 12:39 PM

ISO / WTB:

56-57cm track frame set

56-58(ish) cm frame set w/ w/o parts for a Path Racer / Porteur build. Local(ish) would be best due to shipping weight, but if you've got something that is right, I'll consider it. :)

See the FS link in sig for trade bait / partial trades / etc etc.

localtalent 12-05-08 02:57 PM

Looking for a ~54 road frame (or complete), beater quality OK - going to build my dad a bike for Christmas. Slim pickings here in NYC.

unprintable 12-05-08 08:13 PM

Looking for a fork that will replace the one on my green Super Course (1972). It's a 23.5" model, and I believe the steerer is something close to 195mm, according to a shop dude here. If anyone happens to have same bike model, that'd be awesome, but it doesn't have to match. It does have to be straight, of course.

If I can't get anything for that then I guess I'm looking for a bike 56-58cm. Something that I could tour with, but also use for everyday commuting/joyriding (I don't have more than the Super Course, as it is), hopefully kind of fast/light. I can't really spend more than $200, unfortunately.

I guess I could trade a Shimano Nexus 7-speed hub SG-7R40 laced to an Araya rim (doesn't include the anti-rotation washer or shifter) or a Shimano XT triple crankset (with BB-UN72). If the bike is complete I could also offer up a fixie wheelset I built up over the summer and have ridden only a couple hundred miles at most. Nashbar flip/flop hubs laced to Mavic Open 20 rims with DT 14/15 double-butted spokes, Dura-Ace 15t cog. I'll take pictures for anyone interested.

iab 12-06-08 12:02 PM

Have:
Red Cinelli tubular bag, excellent condition. One, approximately 1/8" flaw in the leather as shown in the picture below.

Want:
Black Cinelli tubular bag in similar condition.

http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/d/364324-2/Bag1.jpg

http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/d/364327-2/Bag2.jpg

http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/d/364330-2/Bag3.jpg

23skidoo 12-07-08 10:51 AM

I'm looking for the following:

A nice set of nutted, long-reach sidepull brakes for my '77 Trek restoration project in black if possible

A Campy Record 36h rear hub with straight-bladed skewer, english threads in good condition

I have to trade:

An unlaced, never-been-glued pair of Campy Victory Strada tubular 36h rims

A vintage pair of unlaced, never-been-glued Ambrosio Olympic Champion 32h rims

A boxed set of Modolo Equipe brakes, recessed-mount with all the fixins in white, original box included. The calipers were mounted and used and show some small signs of wear but the levers were unused.

fearfeasog 12-07-08 11:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tingjunkie (Post 7940796)
Update: After testing out a few bikes in the meantime, I think my frame size is closer to 61cm as opposed to the 63 I was previously thinking. However, I am sure I can make most frames between 60-63cm work just fine.

Hey Folks,

Looking for a lightweight chro-mo steel road/touring/hybrid bike (or frame) to turn into a quick urban commuter. Nishiki, Panasonic, Trek, Univega, Miyata, Schwinn, Raleigh, etc, etc. Something similar to the following specs:
- 60-63cm. Closer to 61cm is best.
- Double-butted chro-mo (or equivalent) tubing is a must. Brand names like Reynolds, Tange, Columbus, etc a plus.
- Lugged frame and forged dropouts a big plus.
- Campy parts a plus.
- Nothing bent, kinked, or otherwise screwed up is a must.

I don't need anything super collectible or lusted after. Seriously, the frame could say "Confente" or "Wussy Princess" and it wouldn't matter to me either way. Just wanting a well built, lightweight, steel bike which can get my 6'2" butt around NYC a little better than my '73 Schwinn Suburban (which is too small for me).

I am willing to pay a fair price, but don't want to compete with the hipster posers who drive up the prices here in the city. I AM NOT BUILDING A FIXIE! :) (Not that there's anything wrong with that!) I'm talking around $100 max for a really nice frame, or around $300 max for a complete bike with really nice components. Less than that is even better. Of course, I am willing to make exceptions for really exceptional stuff. (I'm new to this, so if my expectations for cost are off, please feel free to PM me and set me straight... kindly though.) Also, if anyone is interested in my 22" (55cm) Suburban for trades, it's cosmetically beat-up, but is in excellent functional condition and has served me very well aside from the size.

Thanks for reading! :thumb:

pm sent (i see now you're in NYC, ignore my stupididy re: your location in the PM! :rolleyes:)

junkfoodjunkie 12-07-08 03:05 PM

want a Mavic open 4 cd 700c front wheel.
Have a Matrix Titan 700c front wheel with a maillard 500 hub. I will make up difference, or buy straight out.

Quixotegut 12-07-08 04:36 PM

Shifters
 
ISO mid-late 80's Shimano friction thumb shifters for the Z series light mountainbike (lower end) front and rear derailleurs. 6speed in the back, triple up front.

Nothing special, just can't seem to find any around.

Thanks,

Ryan

metalchef87 12-07-08 06:34 PM

I am looking for a front 27"x1 1/4 wheel. Would take a set, but the front is priority. I have a set of 27x1 Arya EDIT: Wheels (not rims) in great condition.


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