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Old 03-04-16, 10:34 AM
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Spring cleaning -- Shimano, Suntour

Some stuff I have no use for at present. Maybe you do! All prices include shipping, PayPal friends and family preferred. All reasonable offers accepted, and I'm happy to combine shipping.

Shimano 600 crankset and matching english threaded BB. FC-6207. 170mm crankarms with 52-42 Biopace chainrings. Threads and tapers in great shape, but some shoe rub and scratches. I tried to show the worst of it. Missing one dustcap. Pending.






Shimano 600 downtube shifters. 6207 series. 6 speed SIS/friction. Great shape, and all the parts are there. Sold.

Shimano 600 brake levers. BL-6209. Hoods are in great shape, but levers have some road rash. All the parts are there. Sold.

Shimano 600 rear derailleur. 6208 series. 6 speed SIS. Looks good, works well, straight cages. Some logo loss. $31 shipped OBO.





One Suntour barcon. Missing the original adjuster bolt, like 90% I've seen, but that doesn't affect its function. $31 shipped OBO.




Suntour Mountech rear derailleur. Some scratches and pretty bad logo loss, but cages are straight and it functions well. Sold.
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I'll take the 600 downtube shifters! I'll send a pm as well. Thanks
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PM sent on Suntour Mountech rear derailleur.

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Bump. Make me an offer, I want to move this stuff!
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Originally Posted by icepick_trotsky View Post
Suntour Mountech rear derailleur. Some scratches and pretty bad logo loss, but cages are straight and it functions well. Sold.
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Who buys a Mountech?
Why, a person who already owns a Mountech of course. You gotta have spare parts
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