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Old 11-27-11, 05:16 AM   #1
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This weeks parts find....rare* content inside





Everything is NOS except for the Campy GS hub w/ spokes.

Hi-E rims, tubular, 2 pair, 36 hole
Wolber Performance rims, 2 pair, tubular 24 hole
Fiammr Ergal, tubular, 1 rim, 32h
Campy Sigma rim, tubualr 650b, 24 hole

Dura Ace 7403 rear hub, 32 hole
Mafac breal lever pair w/ soft and suple hoods and lever gaurds
Campy G.S. front hub 32 hole w/ Robergel spokes
Deore XT thumshifter set
Campagnolo rear drop bolt
Campagnlo headset bearings
Campy front hub races 1 pair
NR/SR titanium/alloy bolt kit...Ti bolts w/ alloy acorn nuts and alloy pads nut
Barelli nail on cleats 1 pair
Pavarin nail on cleats 1 pair
TA bolt kits, 3 hole and 5 hole
Shimano index fram boss adaptors, curved, 5 pair.

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Old 11-27-11, 05:22 AM   #2
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Fantastic find, are going to sell any of it?
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Old 11-27-11, 05:43 AM   #3
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Fantastic find, are going to sell any of it?
Most of it yes...
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Old 11-27-11, 06:46 AM   #4
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Great Score, I would be interested in a TA 5 bolt kit for my Dawes Galaxy project when the time comes

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There's a lot to love in that score. Congrats!!
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Old 11-27-11, 07:10 AM   #6
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There's a lot to love in that score. Congrats!!
I misplayed my hand yesterday.....there'll be alot more where that came from.
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Do tell, what's a "Shimano index fram boss adaptor, curved"??
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Old 11-27-11, 11:27 AM   #8
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Nice! You have a nice vacations worth right there.
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Do tell, what's a "Shimano index fram boss adaptor, curved"??
Part #6. They alow mounting of Shimano indexing levers onto 'Campy Style' bosses. There was flat version made for frames with bondded/riveted on shifter bosses.

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Wow - glad this sorta stuff continues to turn up. Congrats!
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34 hole Dura ace ????
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Dam typos.....32h
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34 hole Dura ace ????
+1 What a weird hole count!

Hmmm, 7403 means HG freehub body. Nice for swapping out UG bodies!

That's one sweet haul you found.

Those curved index adapters are tough to find. I have a NOS pair of flat adapters for Cannondale style.
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oh man, those Hi-E tubular rims would be so nice on my Colnago resto!!
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Old 11-27-11, 03:43 PM   #15
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I could use the drop bolt if price not astronomical!
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Nice score! Those Mafac levers look great. Any way of getting a close up shot of the lever guards. I've never seen those before.
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did Hi-e rims have offset holes? Just curious because I have a Hi-e hub with 24/12 drilling. Wish I could find that front skewer that was kicking around for years
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did Hi-e rims have offset holes? Just curious because I have a Hi-e hub with 24/12 drilling. Wish I could find that front skewer that was kicking around for years
No, the holes are not offset.
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Wow people would kill to have those cleats back in the day!
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