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Last edited by i86o; 11-15-08 at 08:11 PM.
12-18-08: GONE, NO LONGER AVAILABLE
I have a 62cm Long Haul Trucker, complete, stock, from May of 2008. It was my reintroduction to biking after a hiatus of two decades. When I bought it, it was just right: languid, comfortable, predictable. Now, 2300 miles later (1600 on the LHT) a few things have changed. First off, I'm possessed by the vintage bike bug, effectively excluding the Surly from my field of interest. Secondly, I'm in far better shape at this point, and enjoy riding faster than this touring setup allows. So, the Trucker will be up for grabs, minus the Brooks B-17.
If you want to trade your 65cm road bike or frameset for this one, let me know what you got.
pictures and more specs on velospace
Last edited by jan nikolajsen; 12-18-08 at 01:03 PM.
I have a new-in-box brooks b17 standard....honey with black rails. I'll trade for a new b17 narrow. Fat chance, I know, but what the hell.
I also have a new set of dura ace barend shifters (9speed) that I'll trade, + some cash, for a nice set of tiagra brifters.
- Nashbar Threadless Stem Adaptor 1'' (to set up threadless stem on a threaded fork)
- Nashbar Deluxe Alloy Stem (clamp is 26.0mm, size 100mm)
6600 Ultegra Rear Derailleur - Excellent Condition
6600 Ultegra Crankset (48/39 & 172.5 arms) - Excellent Condition
Speedplay Stainless Steel Pedals - very good condition
Origin 8 Gary Bars
Origin 8 Tiki Bars
Profile Design Bullhorn Bars with Diacomp Brake Levers
Tektro Road Brake Levers
Brooks B-17 Saddle - prefer honey, will take anything
Triple Road Crankset - Shimano or compatiable
Tiagra or Better STI Shifters - 9 or 10 speed
waterproof rear panniers (Nashbar ok)
mtb crank (smallest ring at least a 22 if not 20t) 175mm preferred
mtb road slicks (26 x 1.5 or 1.75)
very short stems (50 or 60 mm) for 25.4 clamp
Stem adapter (1" quill to 1 1/8 threadless)
rear rack for 26" wheels
front rack for 26" wheels
Nitto Technomic stem 90 mm extension 25.4mm clamp
Nashbar front rack
Sugino triple crank 52-48-30 175mm
Sakae triple crank 52-48-30 (I think) 170mm (will have to double check)
Shimano SG triple crank 48-38-26 175 mm
Specialized triple crank 46-36-26 175mm
Delta Mega Front Loader rack (black)
Cat Eye LED tailight (will get specifics on this as it's a pretty beefy model)
Sora double derailler
Last edited by erbfarm; 01-02-09 at 02:39 PM.
1997 Terry Classic
I sent you a PM.
Several Functional XT rear derailleurs (both Low and High Normal)
XTR 950 rear hub shell w/ titanium freehub
XT Front Derailleur
Dura Ace SPD pedalsCampy Chorus FD
Dia-Comp Bullet hole style non-aero brakes
vintage stronglight double cranks with chainrings
new campy veloce calipers
vintage british aluminuim north road bars
Lots of new and low milage Suntour freewheels (6 & 7 speed)
7 speed index/friction Suntour Command Shifters, NOS (the cool kinda STI things)
Crankbros Quattro pedals with rebuild kit and cleats
Suntour sealed 36 spoke 27" front wheel with weinmann double walled rims (in great shape, will throw in 2 27" Conti Touring tires)
Tiagra Brifters, low miles
Suntour Mountech long cage RD
Dura Ace 32 spoke 8 speed 11 - 34 (ye-haw!) wheelset laced to 700c Salsa Delgado Cross rims with lots(!) of extra cogs
8 or 9 speed 36 spoke wheelset 700c of at least ultegra or XT quality
Waterproof rear panniers (Jannd, Ortleib, Axiom...)
58cm road or cross frame with no rust issues
36 spoke Generator wheel
Last edited by lifeinajug; 11-13-08 at 01:16 PM.
not quite a touring bike but maybe someone wants something sportier...im trying to go the opposite myself
HAVE: Lightspeed Classic frame (54cm i think...can measure if your interested) with Easton EC 90 fork.
Also have it built up with older 7 spd rsx/105 mix components that can be thrown in if wanted for some strange reason.
WANT: Im trying to build a crossbike so whatever can get me close and is a reasonable trade. Open to the idea of either a racy cross bike or even a steel cross/everything kinda bike, either would work for me in a 54ish top tube.
can take pics if interested
I don't check these forums often, so please email me if you would like to trade. My email is bhappening a/t/ gmail d/o/t c/o/m (trying to hide it from bots)
9 speed bar-end shifters (Shimano compatible)
The new avid shorty 6's
31.8 90-100 stem with 10-15 degree rise
Whatever else you might have, if you want something of mine and don't have any of the previously mentioned things
Have: (a large mix of things)
Specialized 135mm 25.4 1 1/8" titanium stem (removable faceplate) (NOS in bag)
Litespeed 120mm 25.4 1 1/8" titanium stem
Thomson 110mm 25.4 1 1/8" black elite w/ silver faceplate and steer clamp
Woodman Jupiter headset 1 1/8" pewter-colored
Look Keo Sprint pedals and cleats (gray cleats, i.e. medium float)
Crank Bros. Egg Beater pedals
Shimano M520 spd pedals
White Industries 17T freewheel with various other shells
White Industries 175mm triple crankset made in Japan by Sugino
Race-Face 175 Deus XC crankset w/ bb
Campagnolo Veloce 10 speed double (used but has lots of life left) with ACH bb
Specialized S-Works triple w/ Sugino rings 175mm Octalink (this crankset didn't like to stay on the bb, just a fair warning)
World Class Ti Square Taper BB 103mm (I think) and JIS (again, I think)
Campagnolo Centaur Carbon Cranks (without rings) 170mm square taper (NOS in box)
Campagnolo Centaur 10sp Braze-on front derailleur compact
Shimano XT 32H hub (silver)
Shimano Dura-Ace 9 speed downtube shifters
Sram X-7 rear 9 speed shifter
Shimano Ultegra front double sti (scratched but works well)
Shimano 105 9speed rear sti (scratched works not so well, but could get the job done if you really wanted it)
Have: A very decent green Brooks Pro in almost new condition as it has like 10 miles on it.
Want: A (preferably) black Brooks Swallow in the same condition as my green Pro.
Last edited by ilikebikes; 11-25-08 at 08:38 PM.
You see, their morals, their code...it's a bad joke, dropped at the first sign of trouble. They're only as good as the world allows them to be. I'll show you. When the chips are down, these...These "civilized" people...they'll eat each other. See, I'm not a monster. I'm just ahead of the curve
Long haul trucker, frame size 56cm. Stock as it comes from Surly as a complete bike. Only has about 600 miles on it. Some very small scuffs in the paint.
Same thing, only 58cm frame. Would be willing to take all or most of the components off and trade just frame/fork sets, if you've got your own build, or something.
I'd be willing to trade for one that has more miles on it, as long as it's undamaged. I don't mind cosmetic damage much. Just picked up the wrong size, I guess, and am hoping someone else out there did the same! If you have any offers or questions, please pm me.
Thanks! I'll post pictures soon.
Have: 175 mm Sugino XD600 Crank.
Want: 170mm Sugino XD600 Crank.
Would actually like to trade the arms only. These came off a LHT that I wrecked, though the crank is fine and is now doing duty on my old Iron Horse rigid fork MTB. I have just been on a fixie for a few months and like the shorter crank arms a lot better. Will try to post pics if you are interested.
i'm interested in the saddle but don't have a swallow to trade, would you consider some cash you can use to buy the new saddle? e-mail me privately if you're interested. tx
I am looking for a smaller front silver front rack to kind of match silver blackburn rear rake. What does the campy look like. I don't like the big racks as I have one on my expedition bike and never needed that much meat. I commute back and forth to work and need to get my touring bike fixed as it knocks off 15-20 minutes each way (26 miles each way). I carry about 40 lbs of gear (total) when I work my 24's as a paramedic. (food, 2 uni's and now winter cloths)
I have a size large Cannondale Super V 900 full suspension mountain bike frame that I bought new in 1996. It is too small for me and does not have many miles on it. I would like to trade it for a 23" (large) non suspended mountain bike frame similar to a Trek 950 or the like. If interested please PM me. Thanks, Rich
2008 Surly LHT, 2005 Cannondale T2000,
1992 Trek 790, 1990 Trek 970
hello, someone who got a Touring/hybrid bike for my friend, he lives in Sweden. He's 185cm long. Most preferred, the Surly LHT, Marin Muirwood, Randonee, Thorn Sherpa or other alternative.
Write to me about your bike!
1994 eddy merckx corsa extra 56cm frame, good condition
shimano nexus 8 hub, shifters, and associated bits
bob yak trailer
white industries ENO eccentric rear hub
old man mountain racks
bike friday trailer (have case)
IRO Mark V Pro, home made bamboo track bike, eddy merckx corsa extra, Airnimal Joey, UGADA Tikit
Shimano R600 long-reach caliper brakes, 47-57 mm reach, brand new. I bought these brakes a while ago anticipating a build for a new commuter bike, but the frame I ended up getting requires canti brakes. So I need to swap (or sell) the R600s. Send me a PM if interested. These brakes are perfect for frames such as the Salsa Casseroll, Soma Smoothie or Rivendell Bleriot that are designed to handle larger tires and fenders. These are the finest long-reach brakes that I am aware of, Ultegra level quality.
Mavic Open Pro wheels with Ultegra 9-speed hubs, 32 spoke pattern. Wheels were re-spoked about 2-3 years ago and ridden very little since then. The rims are an unusual blue-gray color, but not CDs. Skewers included.
Sold the Mavic seatpost.
Nitto rack, front and rear -- M12, R14, R15, Mark's rack or similar models. Or a decent-quality, silver rear rack with mount for tail-light.
Silver, 27.0 seatpost of decent quality. Post length not important, but I only need about 210-250 mm.
Nitto Deluxe stem, 10 cm reach w/ 26.0 clamp. The Deluxe model has a quill about 10-11 cm long from the top of the stem to the insertion mark.
Ultegra Octalink bottom bracket for 9-speed double, English thread.
Last edited by tarwheel; 12-24-08 at 02:33 PM.
I have a 56cm Kogswell model G frame and fork brand new and never built up. I would like to trade for a touring specific bike of the same size and I will make up the difference with?
I have a Surly Long Haul Trucker 62cm in the green color. Bought in September of this year.
Would like to trade the frame for a 60cm frame of equal quality
Surly Front Nice Rack GONE
Shimano SH-R215 Road Shoes size 44.5 US 10.5
Used for one road season. Aside for cosmetic scuffing on the carbon soles, they are in great condition. I am no longer into road cycling, now touring, so I didn't have a reason to hold onto to them.
Time RXE road pedals (with cleats)
I used these for one season also. The front on one pedal has a plastic corner that came off, however they still function perfectly. The cafe cleats are in excellent condition and have a non-slip surface on them.
Tubus Tara Rack
Selle San Marco Regal
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