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Old 05-04-09, 08:45 AM   #1401
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need to get rid of this frame and fork. taking any offers.

tarck as **** road bike. pic shows somewhat built, it's now complete but unridden.
seat tube cc-54 cm
seat tube ct-55,5
top tube cc-55
rear space-130mm
frame weight 2,24kg
27.2 seatpost, english thread BB
for frame, new nashbar fork and new cane creek 1" headset.
tubing is steel, i believe it was made by vitus. has super vitus dropouts, english BB

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Old 05-04-09, 08:46 AM   #1402
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need to get rid of this frame and fork. taking any offers.

tarck as **** road bike. pic shows somewhat built, it's now complete but unridden.
seat tube cc-54 cm
seat tube ct-55,5
top tube cc-55
rear space-130mm
frame weight 2,24kg
27.2 seatpost, english thread BB
for frame, new nashbar fork and new cane creek 1" headset.
tubing is steel, i believe it was made by vitus. has super vitus dropouts, english BB
Am I a dork because I think that bike is groovy?
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Then I'm a dork, too, kinda reminds me of Ismdt's Zunow Hummingbird.
I really like that.
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Old 05-04-09, 10:06 AM   #1406
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If it wasnt for the fact I already have 3 or 4 frames sitting here doing nothing, and the fact that i'm holding off anything and everything for that perfect 1970s road racing frame right now that blinding neon thing would be rather tempting!
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no, but your a dork for saying groovy!
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Alloy TA or similar 116 BCD 3 bolt chainring in 33T
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Alloy TA or similar 116 BCD 3 bolt chainring in 33T
Are you sure they make them?

According to Sheldon Brown's site, the smallest chainring possible in 116 (5 bolt) is 35T And I can't imagine fewer bolts makes a smaller ring possible.
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Old 05-04-09, 12:38 PM   #1410
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Are you sure they make them?

According to Sheldon Brown's site, the smallest chainring possible in 116 (5 bolt) is 35T And I can't imagine fewer bolts makes a smaller ring possible.
I don't know, I started a thread asking about this, and another member has one with 33T
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Old 05-04-09, 12:53 PM   #1411
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have:
Campagnolo Nuovo Record 26.8mm seatpost
ritchey 36h 130mm OLD Hyperglide cassette rear hub
NOS black shimano Deore XT M730 36h front hub
Other stuff a few pages back. 27.2mm Nitto seatpost, some modern brakes, 130 bcd biopace chainrings, crank bolts, etc.

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36h hubset-- 130mm rear spacing w/ HG cassette or 126mm for thread-on. Ideally 105.
mks sylvan touring pedals

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Old 05-04-09, 03:52 PM   #1412
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a stem with a 22.2 quil, 70mm reach, and 25.4 clamp

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Old 05-04-09, 04:33 PM   #1413
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Desperately seeking Hi-E specific spoke wrench.
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Old 05-04-09, 05:56 PM   #1414
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need a touring fork like this, or something similar:

http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...&category=1640
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Old 05-04-09, 08:33 PM   #1415
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No you don't. You definitely would want something threaded, not threadless.
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Old 05-04-09, 08:42 PM   #1416
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No you don't. You definitely would want something threaded, not threadless.
I wouldn't mind either one, but as of right now, I can't find anything
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No you don't. You definitely would want something threaded, not threadless.
Five minutes at the framebuilder turns threadless into threaded.

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Still looking for a Suntour long cage rear derailleur. Think VGT luxe.

Have: Cinelli 64-42 bars
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26.6 seatpost (campy preferred but not necessary)
100-120mm silver shimano stem
Non cheesy looking 100-120mm quill stem with the easily removable face (like a Salsa)
Nuovo record brake levers
Campagnolo deltas of any description

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50cm Gitane frame/fork (great condition)
Most of a 8speed campy veloce group (brifters/der's/crank/rear wheel)
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I wouldn't mind either one, but as of right now, I can't find anything
what length steerer above the crown do you need?
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To trade, but need to fill in the desired parts in order to give some of these up:
Shimano 600EX FD 28.6 double
Shimano 600EX RD short cage
Shimano 600EX crank set, 53/39 round 172.5
Shimano 600 tricolor / Araya CTL-370 wheel set, exc shape, rear is 7-sp Shimano 600 freewheel.
Shimano RSX 7-sp STI's
Mint Cinelli 66-38cm, no grooves 26.4
Mint Ambrosio 42cm bars, slight rando, 26.4
Black generic (Tektro) long reach calipers.
Universal AER non-aero brake set, to include levers, hoods, calipers. Hoods like new (black)
NOS Campy Mirage double FD black clamp 28.6 clamp
31.8 Sora FD, Long cage RD
31.8 RSX FD
Light Action RD, 7-sp max.
Light Action FD, double 28.6
Centurion Anatomic saddle (by Vetta)
White Vetta saddle, leather, more dirty than worn
Specialized All-Condition 700x23 tires, probably 20% gone at most.
Shimano SLR aero levers, 2 sets, silver, with white or black hoods.
MKS AR-8 pedals, avg condition.
3 womens' saddles, excellent condition: "wide" Nashbar, "medium" Nashbar, and petite Bontrager.

Looking for:
Black brake calipers, not long reach
Black crank set
Black FD, double 28.6
Black RD
Black 26.4 bars 42cm wide
8sp or 9sp STI.
Black saddle, modern, small, light.
Yellow/black saddle, modern, small, light (pale yellow, not the golden yellow)
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Old 05-05-09, 12:07 PM   #1423
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LOOK Red & White clipless pedals

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Platform style pedal (one sided) w/ or w/o toe clip and strap

9/16" naturally
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To trade, but need to fill in the desired parts in order to give some of these up:
Shimano 600EX FD 28.6 double
Shimano 600EX RD short cage
Shimano 600EX crank set, 53/39 round 172.5
Shimano 600 tricolor / Araya CTL-370 wheel set, exc shape, rear is 7-sp Shimano 600 freewheel.
Shimano RSX 7-sp STI's
Mint Cinelli 66-38cm, no grooves 26.4

Mint Ambrosio 42cm bars, slight rando, 26.4
Black generic (Tektro) long reach calipers.
Universal AER non-aero brake set, to include levers, hoods, calipers. Hoods like new (black)
NOS Campy Mirage double FD black clamp 28.6 clamp
31.8 Sora FD, Long cage RD
31.8 RSX FD
Light Action RD, 7-sp max.
Light Action FD, double 28.6
Centurion Anatomic saddle (by Vetta)
White Vetta saddle, leather, more dirty than worn
Specialized All-Condition 700x23 tires, probably 20% gone at most.
Shimano SLR aero levers, 2 sets, silver, with white or black hoods.
MKS AR-8 pedals, avg condition.
3 womens' saddles, excellent condition: "wide" Nashbar, "medium" Nashbar, and petite Bontrager.


Looking for:
Black brake calipers, not long reach
Black crank set
Black FD, double 28.6
Black RD
Black 26.4 bars 42cm wide
8sp or 9sp STI.
Black saddle, modern, small, light.
Yellow/black saddle, modern, small, light (pale yellow, not the golden yellow)
I don't have the stuff your after, but I am interested in those bars. Do you have a pic?
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WTB: a set of Dare grips in black as found on Raleigh 3-speeds.

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