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Old 11-15-09, 10:09 PM   #2426
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Old 11-16-09, 03:29 PM   #2427
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54-56 cm Reynolds 531 Frame/fork. Brand and paint condition are not important, english threading preferred.
Some random bits for my 78 Super Course Frame:
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- I have some other random stuff too but mostly low end.
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Old 11-16-09, 05:40 PM   #2428
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ISO rear brake pivot bolt for late Super Rec, or Victory for recessed. I have one that is was too short
I had a Victory brakeset I got from an 80's Bottecchia. It seemed to have a non-standard recessed nut, too long and not as narrow. I ended up stealing a standard recessed nut from another brake. You may either need a standard recessed nut, or perhaps your bike has this non-standard brake bridge. If you need the longer nut, I would be happy to swap it with a regular nut.
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Old 11-16-09, 05:43 PM   #2429
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1972 Schwinn Paramount P-13 fork. No eyelets, revised P-13 geometry. From K72331. Primered. Quite a bit of fork crown pitting. Steerer tube is a generous 8.5" long, but the top 1/4" is damaged. Can re-thread.

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Old 11-16-09, 06:39 PM   #2430
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Are you looking for the right-threaded Victory ones, or the wrong-threaded Record ones (I am assuming you are looking for Campagnolo)??
right hand. I do not have any corse record cranks as yet. Campi would be nice but I am on single key binge right now. colors are good too blue red, green. I found some nice ones on ebay but the seller does not have the brass washer that goes between the bolt and cap.
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I had a Victory brakeset I got from an 80's Bottecchia. It seemed to have a non-standard recessed nut, too long and not as narrow. I ended up stealing a standard recessed nut from another brake. You may either need a standard recessed nut, or perhaps your bike has this non-standard brake bridge. If you need the longer nut, I would be happy to swap it with a regular nut.

Hello here is a pic of the offending brake. it came with this thick 'nut' that will not fit in my brake bridge. I can use a regulat nut but, because of the shape of the frame the brakepads (holders) rub the stays unless I use tow starwashers. the cobalto brake is on the left. the one on the right is an older suntour/Diacompe Alpha 5000 for comparison. so I just need a new pivot bolt right?
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This is the same nut that was on my Victory rear brake. These must have been made during the transition from nutted to recessed, and I would guess they only fit in a narrow range of frames. I was able to use it with a regular nut on a Trek 660, and your solution of using two washers is probably as good as any.
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Old 11-16-09, 08:27 PM   #2433
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This is the same nut that was on my Victory rear brake. These must have been made during the transition from nutted to recessed, and I would guess they only fit in a narrow range of frames. I was able to use it with a regular nut on a Trek 660, and your solution of using two washers is probably as good as any.
but I still need a longer bolt because I only get 2 threads of engagement with this pivot bolt
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Silca framefit pump in white with chrome end. Plastic chrome Silca pump head included. Brand New Never Used. Should fit a 58-60cm frame.
MKS track pedals, used in rider condition
MKS steel toe clips, size large, used but great shape
Ale leather toe straps in white, used
Cinelli 2A 120mm track stem. Old logo in good shape.
One (1) Campagnolo steel pedal dust cap. Chrome flaking off a bit but good for a rider.

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Cinelli 1A in 135mm or 140mm 26.4 clamp in good to great shape
A new old stock Cinelli XA 130mm 26.4mm clamp
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Old 11-17-09, 01:31 PM   #2435
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Most importantly: bottom bracket, rear der., shift levers & brakes.
Less importantly: the elusive seatpost (27.2) & stem (25.4).
-Bianchi or comparable Columbus-tubed road fork to fit 51cm frame. It'd be nice if it was Celeste but I'll take what I can get.
-47t/48t Suntour Superbe Pro track chainring.

condition-wise good to great.

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Old 11-17-09, 02:08 PM   #2436
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but I still need a longer bolt because I only get 2 threads of engagement with this pivot bolt
Use a longer nut.
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Old 11-17-09, 09:48 PM   #2437
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Have: 1971 Italian Masin Gran Criterium frame or complete bicycle - 52cm Seat Tube(c-c)



Want: Italian road bicycle of similar quality and vintage or earlier in a 54 or 56 size prefer something with chrome lugs.
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Old 11-18-09, 09:53 AM   #2439
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must resist offering my complete line of 54cm Dutch bikes for that. . . .

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Old 11-19-09, 03:15 AM   #2440
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ISO: Old touring panniers. Not "vintage.' Just "old." If you see what I mean. It's my first tour ad I don't want to unload tons for new panniers. (Why buy new, anyways? Old is where it's at!)

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Old 11-19-09, 09:32 AM   #2441
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^these are a pretty good deal if you're just looking for cheap?
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Old 11-19-09, 10:14 AM   #2442
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Those are crazy cheap - my daughter is happy with them. She didn't realize that you got two for $20 and ordered two. She sold the second set on CL for $30!
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Yeah, those are pretty good. The attachment is sub-prime, but if you take the time to strap them down with a little velcro, no problem. I'm almost tempted to buy another pair....
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Old 11-19-09, 08:07 PM   #2444
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Thanks. Hopefully something that would give a reasonable chain line if I used it with a single ring (which I should have mentioned ).
I have one, too, which would be cool with a single, as the bolts are hidden (come in from the rear, bolts go directly into the crank arms, a Sakae Blaze.... let me know.
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Old 11-20-09, 11:55 AM   #2446
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Yeah, those are pretty good. The attachment is sub-prime, but if you take the time to strap them down with a little velcro, no problem. I'm almost tempted to buy another pair....

I used a set earlier this year on the Allegnany Passage and C&O Canal trail and had no problem with the attachment. Hit plenty of bumps on the C&O and everything stayed attached and secure.
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Thanks. Guess I changed my mind about what I'm doing with the beat-up Competition. I'm using an existing crankset and making it multi-speed after all.

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Hey BF! Thanks for the awesome help with panniers for my C&V winter tour. I'll post a thread and pictures when it gets closer. Seven of us, all on vintage lugged steel, touring! It's gonna rock.

On another note...

I'm doing a bit of hunting on CL and BF right now, for a 49/50/51cm bike for my boss' daughter.

Her daughter wants a "ten speed" for Christmas, and, knowing me as the bike guy, asked me to see what I could drag up for her.

So if anyone has a lower-mid level road bike in those sizes, PM me. Being C&V, I'm down to overhaul it, shoddy condition is okay.

Anyway, keep your eyes peeled and let me know if anything shows up on your local CL or in your shed!

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Weinmann chrome brake cable clip for top tube (MUST have "Weinmann" stamped on side, windowed on top)
Brooks B17 or Flyer, in brown (aged okay)
Randonneur drop bars (Nitto, GB, brand not so important. must be 42 or 45 cm)
Raleigh cottered crank, drive side, with 46T heron chainring

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Suntour Cyclone Mk-I FD/RD
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Shimano Deore XT RD (mid-90s, sealed jockey wheels with ceramic bearing guide pully)
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Old 11-21-09, 09:40 AM   #2450
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22.0 mm (French bike) stem, extension 7.5 to 9.5 cm, overall height (i.e. quill length) 15 to 18 cm, does not need to be mint.

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