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Old 12-02-15, 08:35 AM
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FS: Assorted Parts. Dia-Compe, Shimano Pedals, Cinelli bars, etc.

I'll keep this thread updated when things sell. Cleaning out the spare parts bin. Only trade interests are things from my WTB C-Record thread.

-Shipping figured into prices. Payment by cash/check (ship when cleared), or PayPal friends/family option.
-Some of this stuff I'm basically just charging what it costs to ship it. Hope you guys can use it.

1. Bottom bracket from a Sugino AT triple. Not sure of length, but has little wear and no visible pitting.
$15 shipped ***Sold/Shipped

2. Shimano pedals. I don't know what kind these are, road or mountain. Info appreciated. Haha.
$18 shipped ****SOLD/PAID

3. Random rat trap pedal. I don't know the origin of this. It's marked R for right side and has Cateye reflectors. Hope someone has the mate.
$3 shipped (free, you pay shipping)


4. x95 patches (approximately). These are pretty stiff and I didn't have much luck with them for road tubes. Basically you cover shipping and they're yours.
Let's say $1.50 shipped!



5. Vintage Look Carbon pedals. Very cool for racing bikes of this era.
$23 shipped ****SOLD and paid.


6. Cinelli 66-40 bars. ***SOLD LOCALLY

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Old 12-02-15, 08:44 AM
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7. Poor mismatched Paramount strap. I know someone has it's friend! These have to be fairly rare?
$5 shipped


8. Nitto Dynamic II stem, 90 degree. 26.0mm clamp. 100mm reach I think.
$13 shipped***PAID/SHIPPED


9. Dia Compe VX levers. ****SOLD LOCALLY

10. Unknown Dia Compe hoods with tiny tear. ***SOLD LOCALLY

11. Dia Compe AGC (3?) Brake set including levers and calipers. I have the small cable stops for inside the levers as well. I cleaned up the calipers but the levers can be cleaned better. Sorry, no hoods for these.
$65 shipped




12. Shimano 600 pedals and cages. 9/16". I haven't even tried to polish them. I know they can be shined up. Missing one dust cap.
$20 shipped ****PAID/SHIPPED


13. Kalloy 27.2 seatpost. Not the prettiest thing, but it would be good for a flip bike!
$7 shipped

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Old 12-02-15, 08:44 AM
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Those are mountain pedals. They take standard 2 bolt Shimano SPD cleats.
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I never let a 90 degree stem pass by. PM inbound.
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Are the Cinelli bars 26.0? Dibs if they are.

BTW I have a set of Cinellis with that same looking bend. I torqued on 'em and couldn't get a wiggle out of it, so I think yours should be OK.
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Originally Posted by tronnyjenkins View Post
$30 shipped
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I never let a 90 degree stem pass by.
That's what she said. Sorry I couldn't help it
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I never let a 90 degree stem pass by. PM inbound.
May I ask why? Just curious.
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Old 12-02-15, 06:06 PM
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I'll take the BB set if nobody else has claimed it. PM coming your way.
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pm on the pedal 600's
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Originally Posted by rcschafer View Post
May I ask why? Just curious.
It's kinda silly but I have a habit of building 58cm bikes that are a hair too small for me so I end up making them bigger with wider bars, longer seatposts, longer crank arms and longer stems. In addition to stem reach, I usually need a touch more stem height than the typical quill stem provides. I could either go with a longer quill or a 90 degree stem which gives me a little rise. Neither is aesthetically ideal but I find the shorter quill with a bit of rise more attractive than showing so much quill.

Just my opinion. Case in point:
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Payment pending on stem, BB.
Measured the bars and the clamp diameter is of course Cinelli's 26.4mm, so looks like @Spaghetti Legs is out of luck.

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Old 12-02-15, 10:18 PM
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Originally Posted by plonz View Post
It's kinda silly but I have a habit of building 58cm bikes that are a hair too small for me so I end up making them bigger with wider bars, longer seatposts, longer crank arms and longer stems. In addition to stem reach, I usually need a touch more stem height than the typical quill stem provides. I could either go with a longer quill or a 90 degree stem which gives me a little rise. Neither is aesthetically ideal but I find the shorter quill with a bit of rise more attractive than showing so much quill.

Just my opinion. Case in point:

Hey, frame looks familiar.... not to thread hijack, but love the results on the Tempo. Hope it rides as nice as it looks!
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Hey, frame looks familiar.... not to thread hijack, but love the results on the Tempo. Hope it rides as nice as it looks!
I'm clearly guilty of thread jacking so now I'm definitely buying the stem!

Mike, the Tempo gets better with every ride and I'm really enjoying it. Very responsive and much quicker bike than I would have guessed it would be. Even the 600 Arabesque group works like a champ. Oh oh, I may need to buy a 2nd item for bringing that up!
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sorry to make you wait. Had to wait until I was home to dig through the parts pile to check the bearings.
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PM on the red Looks. Dibs, eh?
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C'mon guys... please take this stuff. If you'll look at the new prices, I'm literally giving a lot of it away. Just pay for shipping!

Merry Christmas, all!
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I'll take the spd pedals
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Anyone want to make an offer on the brakeset? I know some of you guys really like the AGC stuff.

Anyone want to make an offer on ALL OF IT??? I'll make you a heck of a deal...




Random trade interests, can add cash if needed:
Bianchi top tube mounted pump
Campy Superleggeri dust cap
Campy Croce d'Aune/Chorus/Athena pedals
(1) Shimano chainring bolt w/ nut
front Ofmega hub (Record look-a-like) or just an axle set or just cones...
Bianchi jersey, L
Croce d'Aune Delta calipers
Croce d'Aune/Campy "speed grade" levers, aero
ITM/Bianchi quill stem 100-130mm, prefer black
ITM Mondial or similar bars

Something else, just try me!

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