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Old 05-12-09, 03:31 PM   #1451
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Looking for:

C-Record 27.0 Aero Seatpost
mid-90s 3TTT Colnago Panto'd stem
C-Record front derailleur (maybe)


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C-Record 27.2 Seatpost (to trade for the 27.0)
Other stuff, including cash
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Old 05-13-09, 07:05 AM   #1452
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Looking for a 22 or 24" Schwinn Varsity, frame/fork or complete bike, preferably yellow but blue, red, and green are all good. Must be in good condition, but will repaint if necessary. Gonna try to build one up or make a singlespeed out of it.

Also, maybe too much to hope for but I'm also hoping to buy a decent Italian made steel frame from the 80s or early 90's.....Bianchi, etc. 52 to 55cm frame. Again something to build up over time. I'm a Super Clyde though, something to keep in mind if you have something to offer.

Sorry, nothing to offer r sell at this time. I'm just getting started out on the great bicycling adventure

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Old 05-14-09, 02:19 PM   #1453
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WTB: Uniglide 13x18 6 speed cluster

LOOKING FOR:

UNIGLIDE
Shimano 600 or assorted cogs to make a 13x18 corn cob.

cheers!
pm me if u have anything! I should be able to use my existing spacers!
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Old 05-14-09, 05:16 PM   #1454
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LOOKING FOR:

UNIGLIDE
Shimano 600 or assorted cogs to make a 13x18 corn cob.

cheers!
pm me if u have anything! I should be able to use my existing spacers!
These are not mine (and not cheap) but I'd be happy to pick 'em up and drop them in the mail if you're interested.

Shimano Uniglide Cogs - $50 (Boulder)
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Old 05-14-09, 05:50 PM   #1455
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pm me if u have anything! I should be able to use my existing spacers!
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Old 05-15-09, 02:26 AM   #1457
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WTB: Cannondale Caad9 frameset 52 cm

Have: 54 cm Caad8 frameset
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Old 05-15-09, 04:02 AM   #1458
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I've posted this before, but I thought I would give it a try.

An old style Raleigh barrel adjuster. Sorry for the poor quality picture, taken for a different purpose.

Or at least a place to look for one. This seems to be for cables only.
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Maybe this is the wrong place to ask. I am looking for a pair of Shimano 7 speed brifters. They seem to be pricey when I find them, so I am just seeing what else is out there.
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Old 05-15-09, 01:59 PM   #1460
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cyclone mk-II derailleur set, GT (long cage) rear, clamp-on front

have:
dia compe 161 non-aero brake levers w/o suicide levers from 83 miyata 610
dia compe 960 cantilevers, from 83 miyata 610
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An old style Raleigh barrel adjuster. Sorry for the poor quality picture, taken for a different purpose.

Or at least a place to look for one.
Get a Huret Alivit with the small variant of its barrel adjuster. It'll be a perfect fit.

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Old 05-15-09, 05:07 PM   #1462
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Get a Huret Alivit with the small variant of its barrel adjuster. It'll be a perfect fit.

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Another barrel adjuster that I discovered fits are the ones that are on certain Simplex downtube shifters. PM me, Dave, and I'll look in my parts stash for one.

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Old 05-15-09, 05:12 PM   #1463
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cyclone mk-II derailleur set, GT (long cage) rear, clamp-on front

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dia compe 161 non-aero brake levers w/o suicide levers from 83 miyata 610
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I have a spare GT RD. I'm curious about what you have left from the damaged America.
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Old 05-15-09, 06:16 PM   #1464
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I have tried the Simplex one's - the cheap ones. They are close, but they are shorter. And just as robust.

I will look for the Huret Alivit though.
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Old 05-15-09, 11:06 PM   #1465
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Also now looking for a Suntour Cyclone (first gen.) front derailleur since I just stripped the threads used to secure the cable in place on the one I was going to use on my touring bike build. And maybe a first gen. Cyclone GT RD, as well. Mine isn't behaving...
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Old 05-16-09, 05:07 AM   #1466
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Also now looking for a Suntour Cyclone (first gen.) front derailleur since I just stripped the threads used to secure the cable in place on the one I was going to use on my touring bike build. And maybe a first gen. Cyclone GT RD, as well. Mine isn't behaving...
I have an NOS Suntour Cyclone front derailer with built in cable stop, date code 'TC'. At vintage-trek.com, this deciphers to March 1977. It is for double front chainrings.

PM me.

PS--early on, I too stripped front derailer clamp and cable fixing threads by making similar mistakes. Don't feel bad. Live and learn.
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Maybe this is the wrong place to ask. I am looking for a pair of Shimano 7 speed brifters. They seem to be pricey when I find them, so I am just seeing what else is out there.
I have a pair of something either Sora or Tiagra, I'll check on whether they are 7 or 8 spd...can you use 8?
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Old 05-16-09, 03:31 PM   #1468
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Old 05-17-09, 08:51 AM   #1469
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I'm looking for a good fork for a '74 Raleigh Sports, about 7" steerer tube. I'm refurbishing the bike that belonged to my wife's Dad and found that the steerer tube is bent. Brown would be great, but I can repaint if necessary.

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Hey guys

WTB:

CLB sidepull brakes and levers if possible. Let me know what model you have.

Have:

$$$
New, never used, Campy Veloce brakes
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I'm looking for a good fork for a '74 Raleigh Sports, about 7" steerer tube. I'm refurbishing the bike that belonged to my wife's Dad and found that the steerer tube is bent. Brown would be great, but I can repaint if necessary.

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Walt,

I may be able to help you out; I have a Raleigh Sport frame set in my garage in the correct brown color.
I'll need to measure the steer tube length today.

Do you have anything to trade?

I'm looking for a couple vintage bottle cages to mount on my other Sports and Grand Prix, other vintage parts for Raleighs, Shimano 600 Ex components such as front and rear brake calipers, pedals, hoods.

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Maybe this is the wrong place to ask. I am looking for a pair of Shimano 7 speed brifters. They seem to be pricey when I find them, so I am just seeing what else is out there.
Two sets on eBay right now. I'm bidding on both, but someone obviously wants them more at this time....
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I have a pair of something either Sora or Tiagra, I'll check on whether they are 7 or 8 spd...can you use 8?
I believe neither Sora nor Tiagra will be 7, but I believe 8 will work, one dead shift.
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I've changed the direction of two of my projects, so the want list has some changes...

Have:

-NOS Araya Aero 2 polished, unmachined tubular rim, 32h
-NOS SR 74bcd 34t chainring
-Shimano 130bcd 48t chainring
-Tektro 420a dual-pivot brakes
-Dia-Compe Power Control 7 flat bar brake levers
-Dia-Compe AGC white aero brake levers with white hoods
-Nitto forged "I-beam" style stem, 80mm
-Nitto Olympiade 115 bars, ~36cm wide
-clip on aerobars
-Shimano 105 "aero" platform pedals
-MKS AR-8 platform pedals
-SR Sakae 27.2 seatpost
-Kalloy 25.8 seatpost
-Schwinn-approved Huret rear derailleur

Want:
-bar end shifters, not too picky on what kind - bonus points if it can index with Shimano 6 speed
-Campy Nuovo Record, just about anything
-26" mountain rim, 32h, preferably black
-BBG bashguard, 130bcd, 39t
-barrel adjusters for sidepull brakes (Shimano Tourney, if it matters)
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