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Old 12-24-08, 06:58 AM   #201
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WTB and looking for a nice fully chrome fork with eyelets. Anyone know where new ones can be purchased or does anyone have a clean used one for sale?

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For 27" wheels, ebikestop.com sells a chromed Pyramic hi-ten steel fork:

http://www.ebikestop.com/pyramid_27_...rome-27440.php

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Old 12-24-08, 09:22 AM   #202
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Old 12-24-08, 04:47 PM   #203
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Updating the list to add a few more things...

Have:

Shimano FH-6500 32h rear hub - PENDING
rear wheel - Shimano 105 8-speed hub laced to a Wolber rim - PENDING
Shimano 105 8-speed STI brake/shifters - PENDING

Tange black 1" threaded unicrown cromo 700c fork, 200mm steerer
NOS Araya Aero 2 polished, unmachined tubular rim, 32h
2 Super Champion Gentleman 700c rims, clincher, 36h
Shimano PD-M535 SPD clipless pedals, well-worn but functional - GONE
Selle Italia Flite with titanium rails - older style from the 90's, again well-worn but functional
1971 Triumph 3-speed - very heavy, so probably only of interest to any locals
Shimano Deore XT 32h hubset
Kalloy Laprade seatpost, 25.8x350mm
Thomson Elite seatpost, 26.8x410mm


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Shimano Ultegra rear brake, BR-6500 or -6600
leather saddle, preferably honey/brown in color - Brooks, Ideale, etc.
gum hoods for Shimano non-aero brake levers
MKS GR-9 pedals
1980s Shimano front derailleur, double, 28.6 clamp-on - GOTTEN

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Old 12-24-08, 08:54 PM   #204
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Business- I don't have any of the things you are looking for in trade (only have Campy stuff) but I may be interested in the 32 hole rear hub. possible trade for green stuff?
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Old 12-24-08, 10:27 PM   #205
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Campy triple crankset, 80's era. I may not need the rings.
Campy BB for the crankset, or at least the spindle.
Campy 7-sp DT indexed shifters for braze-on posts.
Regina 7-sp freewheel. Shimano may work.
Campy 80's era brake levers and calipers, recessed mount 700c.
Campy headset, 1" threaded.
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Old 12-24-08, 10:41 PM   #206
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Robbie, I have a NR double BB (spindle, cups, bearing cages, fixing bolts) in great condition- were these interchangeable with the triple, or is it too short? Have a NR double crankset, too (52/42) but obviously that is not what you are looking for.
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Old 12-24-08, 11:02 PM   #207
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Updating the list to add a few more things...

Have:

Shimano FH-6500 32h rear hub
rear wheel - Shimano 105 8-speed hub laced to a Wolber rim
Shimano 105 8-speed STI brake/shifters
Tange black 1" threaded unicrown cromo 700c fork, 200mm steerer
NOS Araya Aero 2 polished, unmachined tubular rim, 32h
2 Super Champion Gentleman 700c rims, clincher, 36h

Shimano PD-M535 SPD clipless pedals, well-worn but functional
Selle Italia Flite with titanium rails - older style from the 90's, again well-worn but functional
1971 Triumph 3-speed - very heavy, so probably only of interest to any locals
Shimano Deore XT 32h hubset
Kalloy Laprade seatpost, 25.8x350mm



Want:

Shimano Ultegra rear brake, BR-6500 or -6600
leather saddle, preferably honey/brown in color - Brooks, Ideale, etc.
gum hoods for Shimano non-aero brake levers
MKS GR-9 pedals

1980s Shimano front derailleur, double, 28.6 clamp-on
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Old 12-25-08, 06:41 PM   #208
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One or two 27 inch tubulars. Old set, really crappy tire or set of tires will do, as long as they hold air and don't need a patch I'm interested. Tubulars only please, no clinchers. (One of the current tires is blown out, the other is cracked badly. )
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Old 12-26-08, 01:52 PM   #209
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Old 12-26-08, 03:51 PM   #210
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Old 12-26-08, 05:29 PM   #211
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Phil Wood Fixed Gear hub, 120mm, 36 holes, almost new (less than 50k !!!)

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Make me an offer I can not refuse ! (Sturmey Archer AM/FM, 126mm phil wood hub or something interesting ...)
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Old 12-27-08, 05:43 PM   #212
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Have: Campagnolo Chorus Front Derailleur - 1988-91 vintage, 7 sp., braze-on, near mint

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Old 12-28-08, 01:34 PM   #213
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I still need a shimano b-screw for an 80's dura ace (the screw doesn't have to be dura ace) derailer.
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Old 12-28-08, 01:35 PM   #214
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Also a dura ace, 600, or something 6 speed freewheel... maybe
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Old 12-28-08, 05:10 PM   #215
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Mazdaspeed- I have 2 Suntour New Winners (silver cogs): a 13-21 and a 13-24 both in great shape. Also a Regina CX straight block (12-17, I think?).
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Old 12-28-08, 06:31 PM   #216
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Nice Shimano 600 arabesque grouppo 52/42 double,complete with 600 pedals with Christoph straps. Complete with 600 brake levers and brakes.

Marzocchi 1 1/8 threaded MTB fork set from mid 90's. Stanchion seals in Awesome shape. complete with Ritchey canti brakes

Sugino 400 (I think) crank set No Chainrings, used but good shape.

KHS road saddle NEW takeoff when I mounted my Brooks.

KHS OEM pedals.

Diacompe Levers (unsure of series) very good shape. Has a "Swing out" to access the brake cable.

Low end Shimano 2200 Brifters and RD (Ugraded current ride). Good shape.

Kenda Kontender tires, Like new, 700c x 26 (upgraded ride to 32mm Pasela's).

Shimano 105 brake set with Aero Levers.

Shimano 101 RD

Shimano 13-34 MTB 7 speed freewheel. Nice shape.

Balance alloy seat post.

Shimano Deore Long cage RD 9 speed.

SRAM 3.0 Long cage 8 sp RD

Kalloy adjustable stem.

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Nice late 80's early 90's MTB Antelope or Single track in the 20 inch range to turn into a big tired tourer / commuter. Will consider Nishiki's or a nice Bianchi MTB from same time frame.

Lugged road frameset bristling with rack mounts, bottle mounts etc. 54 to 58 cm. Columbus, Tange or Reynolds.

Nitto Albatross bars.

Randonee style drop bars

36H front and rear hubs or wheel set with aforementioned hubs

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Old 12-29-08, 08:26 AM   #217
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ok, i need to move some combination of some or all of these, minus the xtra





local pickup in NY hudson valley area on this one below

full sram rival (mostly)

serotta is 54 or 55cm
specialized is 56cm
dirt is 18in
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Old 12-29-08, 03:00 PM   #218
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Have: Nice Shimano 600 arabesque grouppo 52/42 double,complete with 600 pedals with Christoph straps.
Marzocchi 1 1/8 threaded MTB fork set from mid 90's. Stanchion seals in Awesome shape. complete with Ritchey canti brakes
Diacompe Levers (unsure of series) very good shape. Has a "Swing out" to access the brake cable.
Balance alloy seat post.
Shimano Deore Long cage RD 9 speed.
SRAM 3.0 Long cage 8 sp RD
Kalloy adjustable stem.

Want: Nice late 80's early 90's MTB Antelope or Single track in the 20 inch range to turn into a big tired tourer / commuter. Will consider Nishiki's or a nice Bianchi MTB from same time frame.
Nitto Albatross bars.
36H front and rear hubs or wheel set with aforementioned hubs.
I have a set of 36h Superbe Pro hubs laced to Mavic MA-4s - would that work?
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Old 12-29-08, 03:13 PM   #219
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Hey All --

I'm in need of some Campy-hubbed wheelsets and/or hubs -- I recently acquired a sweet 1977 or thereabouts Basso Gap that has an almost complete first generation Campy Athena gruppo from '88 or so but the wheelsets are some generic components and are crap!

It's a 7 speed and I'm looking for either some Campy hubs or a complete front and rear wheelset -- doesn't particularly matter if they're Athena or not or what year they're from but I'd like to keep them at Athena quality or better --

I have some things I could trade or sell -- a 1983 Peugeot PGN-10 frame in good condition -- or I would just by outright.

Maybe this is a long-shot but thanks!

Prudy

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Old 12-30-08, 05:45 AM   #220
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Old 12-30-08, 05:31 PM   #221
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Old 12-30-08, 05:58 PM   #222
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suntour alpha 5000 accushift derailleurs and shift levers. good condition

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Old 12-30-08, 06:28 PM   #223
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Thanks for the offer ebbet. How wide a tire can I fit on them? What are you looking to get or what do you need?

Sorry, I should have been a little more specific. I'm looking for something that I can mount a 36mm or wider tire on a 700 wheel with at least 36 spokes (heavy touring).
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Old 12-30-08, 07:29 PM   #224
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dura ace rear derailleur, not sure which model but works with 9 speed
ultegra 9 speed front der
dura ace 9 speed cassette
dura ace 9 speed DT shifters
ultegra 9 speed Brakeset
brand new shimano 105 level wheelset
campy threaded headset
campy brake levers
cinelli criterium bars, 26.0
dura ace BB (i might need this)
1in threaded nashbar carbon fork
3ttt stem, 110mm 26.0

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Old 12-30-08, 08:13 PM   #225
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dura ace rear derailleur, not sure which model but works with 9 speed
ultegra 9 speed front der
dura ace 9 speed cassette
dura ace 9 speed DT shifters
ultegra 9 speed Brakeset
brand new shimano 105 level wheelset
campy threaded headset
campy brake levers
cinelli criterium bars, 26.0
dura ace BB (i might need this)
1in threaded nashbar carbon fork
3ttt stem, 110mm 26.0
Are these things you want or have for trade?
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