This just occured to me: I've never seen NJS bars or stems that weren't made by nitto. What gives?
name another japanese bar/stem manufacturer.....
sakae? or SR....im not sure if they're japanese
SR SunTour, as they are now known, no longer make stems or handlebarsOriginally Posted by invicta
SR, Suntour, and Shimano all used to make NJS stems, and SR (as mentioned before) made NJS bars.Originally Posted by mcatano
I'd be kinda curious to see if we could come up with all of the manufacturers (not framemakers, as that has changed so much.)
bottom brackets: Campagnolo, Hatta, Shimano, Sugino, Suntour, (Tange?)
cranks: Campagnolo, Shimano, Sugino, Suntour
chainrings: Campagnolo, Shimano, Sugino, Suntour
chains: DID, HKK, Izumi, Campagnolo, Shimano
cogs: Campagnolo, Shimano, Suntour
headsets: Campagnolo, Hatta, Shimano, Sugino, Suntour, Tange
hubs: Campagnolo, Sansin (Sunshine), Shimano, Suntour, Suzue
pedals: Campagnolo, Kyokuto, MKS, Shimano, Suntour
seatposts: Campagnolo, Nitto, Shimano, SR, Sugino, Suntour
saddle: Fujita, Kashimax
stems: Nitto, Shimano, SR, Suntour
straps: Fujita, Kashimax, MKS, Toshi
rims: Araya, (?)
Any others I missed?
(edit: will update as others contribute)
DID also did chains
Pedals by MKS
Toe Clips by MKS
Straps by MKS, Toshi, Kashimax
pedals: kyokoto pro ace? or something like that...
seatpost: sugino grandmighty - njs stamped 26.8 (old style two bolt, fluted)
Originally Posted by dubteka
I sold them a few years ago, But I had a pair of high flange, with cut outs like nuovo record, Suntour "Superbe" 36 hole hubs (I gather they were pre Superbe Pro). NJS stamped. they had gold stickers with that oval superbe logo running across the hub, and the njs dot underneath:
(S U P E R B E)
They were mega, mega polished. They were very pretty but i bought c-records with the dough - which i love even though they might snap someday.
I have some KKT NJS stamped toe clips (KKT = kyokoto right?)