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Old 08-21-15, 02:13 PM
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Couple of random parts for sale



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http://s115.photobucket.com/user/Rel...s%20For%20Sale

Hi, everyone. Trying to lighten my parts bin a little. Also willing to trade (WTT) for a couple of things listed at the bottom. I've completely disassembled these components (except for the Simplex shifters) and cleaned them all in the ultrasonic cleaner. None of these parts will come lubed/greased.

JPR seatpost 25.8 (French), 7 inch post (8.75in with clamp,) clamp is complete. There's some gouging along the back but the rest should polish up pretty nice. $25

Suntour Power ratcheting friction shifters with downtube clamp for parts. Right side is complete, left side is missing the little metal tab/ratchet and maybe a washer. $10

Shimano friction shifters with stem clamp, with a replacement screw/nut but otherwise complete and in good working order. $10

Shimano front skewer (126mm long) $10

The black generic skewer isn't for sale as I've found a bend in the shaft. Unless, of course, if you want a broken skewer. Please feel free to make an offer for multiple items ordered.

I'm in need of WTT for:
a Shimano downtube clamp-on cable guide with the cable guide wheel on the left side
Shimano 600 series aero brake levers with black hoods
Shimano Arabesque brake calipers

Items that are sold:
Simplex retrofriction shifters in very good shape with some slight shop wear. These have the nylon bolt retainer inside. $40
Weinmann Brev. brake pads. The rubber is hard and I wouldn't use them but all the metal plates/nuts/washers are here if you want them. Free for the cost of shipping.

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Old 08-21-15, 02:52 PM
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I might be interested in the Simplex shifters. Shipping included?

I have some 600 tri-color aero levers, but can't recall whether they have black hoods. Will check after work.
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Do you know if the Weinmann pad holders would have been from a model 610, or the same as those? They certainly look the part, but I'm going to check the one original (?) set I have at home. If so, I could use them.

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Old 08-21-15, 03:58 PM
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I just happen to have a set off of some 610's here and there are minor differences.




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Do you know if the Weinmann pad holders would have been from a model 610, or the same as those? They certainly look the part, but I'm going to check the one original (?) set I have at home. If so, I could use them.
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I am definitely interested in the simplex retro friction (hollow center) shifters and can send PayPal at sale.
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Old 08-21-15, 06:29 PM
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I just happen to have a set off of some 610's here and there are minor differences.
Still much better than the oblong black plastic things that are on there now. PM coming.
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