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Old 02-21-18, 09:33 AM
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Suntour Cyclone FD & RD

Black early style Cyclone GT model RD plus FD. Both are in decent rider condition. Some marks from use, FD has some wear to cage and around adjustment screws. I had to replace the adjustment screws on both derailleurs with similar ones from extra Suntour units I had lying around, as they were not in great shape. $25 shipped.













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Old 02-21-18, 09:48 AM
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If clubman passes, I'll take them. I really need that FD for a Fuji restore.
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I'll be 3d in line if this is still kicking around. I thought @clubman only like fixies and 3 speeds?
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4th in line to add to the hype
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(I really don't want them, I just wanted to be one of the cool kids.)
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$40???
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7th...$50!

no wait a minute.


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Hey...


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Occasionally, it's a good feeling to be a hoarder and have the space to stash shiny objects.
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Originally Posted by oddjob2
Occasionally, it's a good feeling to be a hoarder and have the space to stash shiny objects.
Then you end up like me- with a couple boxes of stuff you'll "never use." So you sell/gift/get rid of it... and within a month you "need" it.
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Then you end up like me- with a couple boxes of stuff you'll "never use." So you sell/gift/get rid of it... and within a month you "need" it.
this is closely related to the reverse phenomenon... where you can't find a gadget, so you go buy another one of them. Shortly after getting the replacement gadget, you suddenly find the "missing" gadget on your workbench (or pocket of your other pants, etc.).

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Originally Posted by steelbikeguy
this is closely related to the reverse phenomenon... where you can't find a gadget, so you go buy another one of them. Shortly after getting the replacement gadget, you suddenly find the "missing" gadget on your workbench (or pocket of your other pants, etc.).

I've got three little Leatherman tools for this exact reason.

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I love the Home Depot 1 year return policy for this very reason. But if I open it and use it, I never return it. It would be abusive and why Patagonia, LL Bean, and Costco have altered their lifetime return policies.

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