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Old 11-21-09, 12:15 PM   #2451
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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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Specialized Alias 143 saddle, used but good.
There are several on eBay right now if you're willing to go that route.
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I don't think they meet my needs. I've been watching Ebay for a week now. What I find are either too long (>9), too short (>7.5), or not tall enough (only 6 or 7 cm rise). I'm asking what BF members have.

Thanks for searching! If I've missed something, please let me know.
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Old 11-21-09, 04:02 PM   #2453
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32h/36h Mavic MA 40 rims
32h/36h Mavic Open 4 CD or Open Pro CD rims
Pairs ideally but I'll take what I can get in good to great/NOS condition.
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Want: bottom bracket adaptor that converts Schwinn ashtabula one peice to a three piece and a decent track crankset to go with it.

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I don't have the adaptor, but we could possibly win a dog look a like contest.

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Old 11-21-09, 08:25 PM   #2456
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Can I interest any C&Vers in a Biria City Touring City frameset? Included is the 48cm frame, headset, fork, stem, bars, and V-brakes (arms only). It's in good shape. The frame finish is burnished aluminum with a clear coat over the top. A few places look as if the clear coat is peeling, but overall the decals, head tube badge and finish is nearly new. I've not taken any pictures. Here's what it looks like on the web page.
http://www.biria.com/bicycles/tc/tc_superlight_3.jsp

The fork and stem on mine are black.

WHAT'S NOT Included: BB, cranks, wheels, fenders, chain, chainguard, pedals, saddle, lights, rack, cables, levers, and any thing else not mentioned above.

PM me if interested. I need an 26" MTB rear wheel that can accept a 9 speed cassette. I'm also just interested in passing it along, so just about anything would do the trick. My guess is shipping should be about $30-40.
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Old 11-21-09, 09:07 PM   #2457
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This is a mighty interesting configuration. A single down/top tube. And about 10 inches standover height... amazing.
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awesome!
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I don't think they meet my needs. I've been watching Ebay for a week now. What I find are either too long (>9), too short (>7.5), or not tall enough (only 6 or 7 cm rise). I'm asking what BF members have.

Thanks for searching! If I've missed something, please let me know.
I guess the conclusion is that no BF'ers have a stem I could buy. I wish there was a more prominent place I could post a Want ad! This seems to be a not-well-frequented area.

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Why don't you ask on the C&V forum? you may get a better response there as it does seem that not to many member come here.
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Old 11-22-09, 02:45 PM   #2461
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I have a couple of stems that meet your criteria........not sure how French they are. Also one with a French logo (ATAX) that hits your minimums.

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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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pair of unused Gommitalia Champion tubulars
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Old 11-22-09, 04:01 PM   #2462
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Available for trade...

Campagnolo record hub front wheels:

http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/bik/1477549621.html

Kona Jake the Snake 07' 54cm:
http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/bik/1477153672.html

Victory cranks and campy BB:

http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/bik/1477810820.html

Cinelli bars (previously mentioned)
Fluted SR laprade 27.2 seat post
dia-compe long reach g brake calipers

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Campy C-record parts - 91' - 93', depending on the part. Ideally, I'd like an entire group from one of those periods.
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Old 11-22-09, 08:48 PM   #2463
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WANTED: old style (26? mm) Campy lock ring for circa 1999 Sirocco rear wheel. I bought the wheel on fleabay for fairly cheap to use as a trainer wheel for the winter and discovered too late that prior to '99 Campy used a different lock ring diameter than the current 27mm (of which I have 2). Also, does anyone know if my 10 speed cassettes will fit properly on this hub (the splines appear to be just fine, and it looks like it will fit but I want to be sure).

Alternatively, is anyone looking for a Campy Sirocco rear wheel? It's in great shape and comes with a Michelin Prorace 2 tire. Asymmetric bladed spoking (radial non-drive, x1 drive side). Will trade for any Campy 10sp compatible rear wheel, condition relatively unimportant (for use on a trainer only, so I don't care much about buggered up braking surfaces and the like).
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Old 11-22-09, 10:48 PM   #2464
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36 hole, Sunshine Gyromaster hubs
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Brand new Stronglight needle bearing headset - 1" threadless
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1" threaded headset
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Old 11-22-09, 11:33 PM   #2465
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Brand new Stronglight needle bearing headset - 1" threadless
Suntour ARX derailleurs

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1" threaded headset
Tubular tires
I am interested in the headset, and maybe the hubs/rims. What sort of headset and tires are you looking for?? I have some Conti' Sprinters NIB, and a wide variety of headsets.
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have: Cinelli XA stem in 110mm w/ 26 clamp
want: quill stem in 90 or 80mm w/ 26 clamp
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Old 11-23-09, 03:43 AM   #2467
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Why don't you ask on the C&V forum? you may get a better response there as it does seem that not to many member come here.
Because this seems to be the place we are SUPPOSED to post interest in sales and purchases? Read Lotek's intro to these threads.
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I have a couple of stems that meet your criteria........not sure how French they are. Also one with a French logo (ATAX) that hits your minimums.
Response greatly appreciated, Rockhound! Please tell me what you have - it does not need to be a French stem. If you prefer, PM me.

Also be aware my needs have changed a bit. A few more rides are telling me I should be looking at stems with extension 6 or 7 cm, but with the same height requirements.
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edit: I no longer need a campy 27.2 seatpost - thanks!
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Want - 1 piece of spiral cable housing - the old unlined, all metal stuff - about a foot or so long. I cut the piece I had too short and can't find another in my bin.
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Want - 1 piece of spiral cable housing - the old unlined, all metal stuff - about a foot or so long. I cut the piece I had too short and can't find another in my bin.
Pretty sure I have what you need Rusty, but I won't be able to check till I get home from work tonight; if I do, it's yours for the cost of postage.
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7 speed freewheel with Italian threading
Nice white saddle, Rolls or Regal. Something along those lines

Have: Lots of wheels, Campy NR, Shimano 600 8speed, Shimano Dura-Ace 6 speed.
Thanks for your help.
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Old 11-23-09, 11:23 AM   #2473
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ISO:

Really cheap alloy drop bars- Sakae Road Champion or something similar, condition unimportant.

And again, if anyone has a fixer-upper 49-51cm road bike, low-mid level, my boss' daughter wants one for Christmas and I said I'd help. Hunting the CR too.

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Old 11-23-09, 11:44 AM   #2474
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Really cheap alloy drop bars- Sakae Road Champion or something similar, condition unimportant.

And again, if anyone has a fixer-upper 49-51cm road bike, low-mid level, my boss' daughter wants one for Christmas and I said I'd help. Hunting the CR too.

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what width bars: 38, 40, 42?
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Want:
7 speed freewheel with Italian threading
Nice white saddle, Rolls or Regal. Something along those lines

Have: Lots of wheels, Campy NR, Shimano 600 8speed, Shimano Dura-Ace 6 speed.
Thanks for your help.
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Not sure what you mean by Italian threading, as my Campy rear wheels use the same freewheels as my Shimano rear wheels (those that use the 7-sp freewheels, etc).
I've swapped Regina back and forth with Shimano, no problem. PM me and maybe we can figure it out...
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