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Old 06-28-17, 02:50 AM
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Complete Matched RX100 Eight Speed Group...

I have a very nice and little used Shimano RX100 group to offer, complete with wheels and everything needed to upgrade or modernize a vintage road bicycle. The group includes: both wheels - RX100/Mavic with skewers, Brifters, calipers, bottom bracket, chain, cable casings(grey), front and rear derailleur, eight cog cassette, tires(your choice to use or not), crank set, head set

The group is in great shape with a wee bit of scuffing on the Brifters. The tires(700cx25) hold air but they are old(I would use them until I could afford a new set). I have two different size front derailleurs, both triples - your choice and one is NOS. I might be able to supply a seat post, depending on size needed. I might also be able to supply a saddle but at extra cost.

Price $130.00 US plus shipping... SOLD















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Mmmm... I have an irrational fondness for this entry-level but solid group, but no current bike projects to put it on. GLWS!
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are these short or long reach brakes? Someone will snap this up.
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randyjawa, My last build is centered around RX100. Great group, good luck with your sale (wishing you'd posted earlier ).

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Which chainrings are included in the crankset, what is the crank arm length, and what range is the cogset?

Sorry for all the questions!
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Nice BYOF (bring your own frame) deal. Great price, would be interested if shipping to HI was reasonable. Usually isn't.
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EDIT: transcontinental, cross-border shipping has proven too dear; I withdraw my "dibs."
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@Lascauxcaveman,
Not sure if the FD pictured will work with road Shimano brifters, Tim. Note that it is marked "Hybrid" which indicates that is intended for flat bar levers. Shimano road FD's typically have a short upper arm (from the pivot to the cable clamp). Not a big deal, since such FD's are pretty common, including the two that I have available, one 31.8mm clamp, one 28.6mm. Let me know if I can help.
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Which chainrings are included in the crank set, what is the crank arm length, and what range is the cogset?
Chain rings are 52/42/30. Arm length is 170mm. Rear cog range is 13-26.

Hope that is a help.
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Not sure if the FD pictured will work with road Shimano brifters, Tim. Note that it is marked "Hybrid" which indicates that is intended for flat bar levers.
The derailleur pictured is NOS with a 28.6 clamp(I bought it after the fact when I was thinking of using the group on an Empire Professional). The original FD was also marked Hybrid but it had a 31.8 clamp. There should be no worries and the buyer, if there is a buyer, can have both front derailleurs, if they wish.
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
EDIT: transcontinental, cross-border shipping has proven too dear; I withdraw my "dibs."
Ouch, me too. Curse you Canada Post! Curse you geography!

It's a great deal at $130 but shipping to OH is another $70 - 100 US, maybe half that without the wheels. - there's a well used one without wheels on eBay at $354 BIN shipped. GLWS!
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I like this whole group. Price is right, shipping w/Bike Flights in a wheel box is easy. Timing is everything, as I'm also looking at an 8-sp tricolor setup w/o wheels, but I have tricolor wheels.... oy, decisions.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
... shipping w/Bike Flights in a wheel box is easy...
That was my first thought. I was corrected on that.
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If you can figure out a cost effective way to get it to Maine I'm in.

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If you can figure out a cost effective way to get it to Maine I'm in.
If I could figure that out, I would be setting the prices for my components and bicycles higher. I set my prices fairly low because of the shipping costs, hoping that others will appreciate my effort to do so. But think about it, a complete group with nice wheels in little used condition, for about $200.00 shipping included. That is not all that bad, in my opinion.
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Originally Posted by SloButWide
Ouch, me too. Curse you Canada Post! Curse you geography!

It's a great deal at $130 but shipping to OH is another $70 - 100 US, maybe half that without the wheels. - there's a well used one without wheels on eBay at $354 BIN shipped. GLWS!
It works the other way too. Curse you USPS. I get orders faster from the UK and Europe. I've been waiting 2 Weeks for a BB from Florida. Why USPS thought it was faster to send it to Vancouver when I am in S. Ontario I will never know...

Nice group Randy at a great price. GLWS.
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I'm going to need to find one of those front derailleurs, would be very handy for a drop bar conversion.
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Randy, if you can make this happen shipped to 04957 USA for $200 or less I'll take the lot.

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Officially snapped up. Huge thanks to Randy for the incredibly well packed shipment of parts. All parts look fantastic and I can't wait to start the build. (Bought this group as well as 2 Flite saddles, Nitto stem, and some pedals.)

Highly recommended and wouldn't hesitate a second to buy from again.

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