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Old 03-11-08, 11:24 PM   #1
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Trade Thread

Just wondering you guys have a trade thread going. Well if you dont let me help you start.


Have: NOS Spinergy Rev-X 26" Front Wheels. They dont have axles but do have bearings and axle sheath. I have a couple of wheels. There all in the same condition and all are NOS.

Want: Im more into track stuff. But am starting to build a road bike.



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I think a trade thread is EXACTLY what this forum needs.

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I have a steel frame, an Atom bomb fork,a rockhopper frame, a set od WTB dual duty wheels and a sweat rag that was used buy Gastro.
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I have a steel frame, an Atom bomb fork,a rockhopper frame, a set od WTB dual duty wheels and a sweat rag that was used buy Gastro.
Hmmm, I may be interested in the dual duty wheels. I was going to use the wheels from my Kona Blast for my Big Dummy build but everyone building up the Big Dummies are using big beefy wheels. I won't know until I get the bike built up and the snow melts so I'll get back to you.

No worries if you get another offer on the wheels in the meantime.
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I think a trade thread is EXACTLY what this forum needs.

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My thoughts exactly. Trade threads bring forums together. Ask your local mod to stick this thread. Trade threads work well in Vintage and in SS/Fixd Gear.
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Have: american classic 26'' disc wheels
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Hayes Nines front and rear. The rear will need a some work. Leaked a little from the master cylinder. I'm looking for some handlebars and a stem. Maybe 25-27" width, 1" or so rise.
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I have a steel frame, an Atom bomb fork,a rockhopper frame, a set od WTB dual duty wheels and a sweat rag that was used buy Gastro.
Any more info on the frame?
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Anybody got a bank blade for trade? Or is that illegal to carry across state/country lines?
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Have a few things, 2004 super T that's freshly rebuilt, '04 Cove G-Spot as either a frame or complete,
Can't think of anything I really need, PM with some offers!
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Any more info on the frame?
The steel one is an older Hardrock frame that takes a 1 1/8 headset.I've thought about building up and old school bike using the Atom Bomb. The Rockhopper is an older alum. frame with a 1in head tube.
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I've got a 2005 19" rockhopper frame, 2005 manitou minute 3 130mm infinate travel rebuilt with enduo seals disk only(comes with adaptor for IS mount brakes and 170mm shimano 6 bolt rotor) , bunch of random small parts.

I want, soma sparrows or some other funky bar for a single speed 29er, disk brake, 160mm center lock rotors, or centerlock to 6 bolt adaptor.
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The steel one is an older Hardrock frame that takes a 1 1/8 headset.I've thought about building up and old school bike using the Atom Bomb. The Rockhopper is an older alum. frame with a 1in head tube.
Hm, the Hardrock sounds interesting, I've been thinking about building a steel 1 x 9. I'm guessing since it wasn't a high end frame it's kind of heavy though...? If it were an old stumpy I'd be all over it.

I don't have any mountain bike parts to trade atm. The only stuff even worth mentioning in my parts bin is an old suntour bar end shifter and a Deda road stem, 1 inch threadless, aluminum, zero degree rise.
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Have: american classic 26'' disc wheels
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I'll trade you a Salsa Moto Rapido frame for the wheels
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^any road stuff? I don't need any 26'' mtb stuff.
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^any road stuff? I don't need any 26'' mtb stuff.
I have a bunch of roadie parts, all new, that I sell on Ebay. I need to get my hands on a 26" disc wheelset for a new build. What are you looking for?

Are these weight-weenie XC racing wheels or something good for a clumsy rider?
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the ac's are weight weenie xc racing wheels-approx 1450 grams. not very durable although these stood up quite well to xc racing. very stiff and light

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I've got a 2005 19" rockhopper frame, 2005 manitou minute 3 130mm infinate travel rebuilt with enduo seals disk only(comes with adaptor for IS mount brakes and 170mm shimano 6 bolt rotor) , bunch of random small parts.

I want, soma sparrows or some other funky bar for a single speed 29er, disk brake, 160mm center lock rotors, or centerlock to 6 bolt adaptor.
Are you looking for a disc brake set? I've got the hayes nines, but the rear needs work. I also have problem solvers center lock to 6-bolt adaptors. The nines could have either 8' or 7' rotors, but I only have adaptors for the 8's.
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I was digging around and found some other stuff:

Wellgo M9s with cleats
Shimano Brake Cables - unopened package
LX FD bottom swing, top pull. I think it's off an '05 GF
3 - 8" Hayes rotors - 1 barely used at all, the other 2 are in fine shape, but I got them used
2 - 7" Hayes rotors - never used
2 - Problem solvers center lock to 6-bolt rotor adaptors
1 Hayes Fork mount IS adaptor for an 8" rotor
1 Hayes Rear IS adaptor for an 8" rotor
1 Hayes 6" Post Mount adaptor for and 8" rotor
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^any road stuff? I don't need any 26'' mtb stuff.
Ive got a set of shimano ultegra pedals and cleats. never use!

Anthing else your looking for to trade for the wheelset? Mountain??
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I don't know if you guys actually look at this (should be sticky maybe?), but I have a pair of nike kato 4's sz 47 that I wore once for sale/trade

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want

some sidi mtn shoes in 41 or 41.5


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LOTs of track stuff, let me know what you need.
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Hmmm, road bike for sale in signature for a nice hardtail???
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