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Old 06-22-09, 06:34 AM   #1676
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ISO a set of Suntour command shifters. Silver if possible. Have crates & crates of components etc. Let me know what you are looking for. I probably have 2!
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ISO Sun Tour Compe-V FD to replaced the one I trashed on mile 148 of a 165 mile ride.
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Top, I think I may have one of these so I'll take a look when I get home tonight; it may not be in the prettiest cosmetic condition but it will be clean, polished, and functional if you're interested.
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(neither require any special BB prep, unlike the Mavic).
Any skilled machinist can put a 2mm chamfer on each side of the BB. You do not need to buy a tool just to install 1 mavic BB. Only if you plan on installing multiples then it is easier to have a hand tool that you can operate yourself.
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if you are good with a half-round file, you don't need "any skilled machinist", either.
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Campy Record Small Flange Rear hub - 28 holes, no date code on locknuts, 126 mm spacing, freewheel threaded. Good condition.

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Campy Record Large Flange Front hub - 32 or 36 holes. Preferably from 70's.
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ISO, a pair of serviceable Velox bar end plugs in white.
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)130 BCD chainrings for a double. Preferably NOS or lightly used and as light as possible.
)16x1 3/8 (37-349) tire. Preferably an all white Michelin. Will consider others though...
)24 hole Fiamme Cerchio yellow label rim.
)Hi-E rims, spoke nipples and maybe hubs too.
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)16x1 3/8 (37-349) tire. Preferably an all white Michelin. Will consider others though...
)24 hole Fiamme Cerchio yellow label rim.
)Hi-E rims, spoke nipples and maybe hubs too.
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I know....My projects are frustrating to say the least.
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27" Maillard dimpled rim
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Non-Italian or Japanese rear derailleur (Simplex, Huret, Zeus, etc good) appropriate for '71ish Raleigh Grand Sports
Mavic 700c MA40 rim (have 1 laced to rear hub, want similar or matching)
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ISO, a pair of serviceable Velox bar end plugs in white.
If these will work, you can have them when you come up. I only have three, #4 is MIA
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Top--

It slipped my mind that I traded off my SunTour CompeV FD a few months ago; good luck finding a replacement.
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I need a Araya rear wheel in 27 1 1/4" alloy with a hooked bead and a Suzue low flange hub or a Sunshine low flange to match a front wheel I am using on a build,the front wheel has ARAYA 27 1 1/4 W/O Japan on it and it has a smooth center and the hub has SUZUE LPF on it I will post a few pics of it.Have many things to trade like NOS Koba rear alloy racks or Block pedals in 9/16" and old style Rat traps in 9/16" or a few Suntour 14/34 NOS 5 speed freewheels or a new 8 speed freewheel with a rapidfire style shifter and tons of Shimano 3 speed parts. I even have a few NOS Leather seats that are in pretty good shape to trade for a complete matching clean wheelset(front and rear) that is 27",alloy and has a hooked bead and will take a freewheel





I am still looking for this rear wheel or a complete set of 27" wheels alloy with hooked beads.I have a few bikes I am working on for myself that could use new wheels,I have a few mismached wheels that I could use a match for, mostly front and I have a bunch of NOS high flanged hubs if someone could build me a set.
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WTB Shimano 8 speed brifters

Looking for decent 8 speed brifters to convert a downtube shifter bike into a brifter bike for my daughter.
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Looking for decent 8 speed brifters to convert a downtube shifter bike into a brifter bike for my daughter.
I have a pair of Soras in very good condition, there was another C&Ver interested in them, but he faded away. If I can find the old PM I'll check with him but they probably are available...PM me if I don't PM you first.

to Top: I might have some kind of SunTour Compe FD, don't remember the model, but I'll dig it out in the next couple days...PM me if you don't get one before then.
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I've never used Sora, but have heard the thumb shifter is awkward to use and that they're not great. Am I wrong ? Would a 12 year old girl have trouble with them ?
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I don't have any 12 YO girl to test it out on, but several of my co-workers (also cyclists) have small hands, I can ask one to try and see what she thinks. They aren't the top of the range, that's certain, but they are *almost* new.
Anyway, if Bob Barker's are better please go with them, cause the previous interested party is still interested, so I'm not super-motivated to sell (or trade) out from under him (which he'd be OK with, he says).
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I need a Araya rear wheel in 27 1 1/4" alloy with a hooked bead and a Suzue low flange hub or a Sunshine low flange to match a front wheel I am using on a build,the front wheel has ARAYA 27 1 1/4 W/O Japan on it and it has a smooth center and the hub has SUZUE LPF on it I will post a few pics of it.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't the "w/o" indicate that it's not a hooked bead rim? I was under the impression it meant "without hook". I feel like the reason I think this is because I've seen older versions where it says "w/o HP" - without high pressure. If that's not what it means what does it stand for? Probably something obvious
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I thought w/o = wired on; w/o HP = wired on high pressure

Seems like an odd expression, but I figure w/o indicates to use a wire-bead tire.

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ISO shimano 600 starfish locknut.
I have tons of stuff to trade but don't have any of it cataloged-let me know if you are looking for something specific
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I thought w/o = wired on; w/o HP = wired on high pressure

Seems like an odd expression, but I figure w/o indicates to use a wire-bead tire.

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I guess that makes just as much since as "without." It amounts to the same thing if either of us is correct.
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Bar end plug problem is solved, thanks to John and Neal.
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ISO Sun Tour Compe-V FD to replaced the one I trashed on mile 148 of a 165 mile ride.
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If you're still looking, I have one. It has some chain wear on the inside of the cage but otherwise it looks decent.
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Top, Go with Iowegian's cause the one I found is not a Compe V (but an SL) and it may be the only old SunTour FD I have...
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Sounds like you want an old peugeot style wheel.
I have a set of normandy hubs laced to rigida chrome steel rims with textured braking surface. If you were in victoria you could have them for nothing, shipping would be insane though.

I also have a simplex SX 610 derailleur with claw, but the sticker is missing, PM me if interested.
Says he's looking for a dimpled alloy rim. That's a tough one there.
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