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All SORTS of stuff

There is far, far too much to list, I’ll start with rims (and please ask any questions that occur to you, I have so much stuff, I can create a package and negotiate a bit on multiple items)

All prices are before shipping, but shipping will be actual

Rims (and there’s more than this, these are just what I photo’d today)

SOLD - Araya Super Hard anodized sew up, nos, 1 pair, I’m thinking 150 plus shipping




Wolber Super Champion 700c clinchers, nos, 36h, eyeletted, maybe a production blemish but true nos, 125 plus shipping unless they don’t move at that price




Mavic Championnat Du Monde sew up rims, nos, 36h, polished, 140 unless they stick around





Fiamme Ergal 36h sew ups, nos, 120 unless they fail to move



And Wolber Super Champion Modele 58 27” clinchers, nos, looking for 120 on these, and I have a few sets, in shrink wrap still, so no shop wear, these are truly beautiful




Now some other random stuff

well actually I’ll edit in more soon

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I'm interested in 2 pairs of the Wolber Super Champion Modele 58 27" clinchers. (Assuming they are 36 hole?)
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Nos GB Stems, 110mm reach, 25.4 clamp, 22.2 insertion, $40, I have a few



Nos GB Stems, 70mm reach, 25.4 clamp, 22.2 insertion, in bag with sticker, $45, I have a few



Any interest in these antique cleats for bike shoes, about as far from spd as it gets, pm me, I have more, in bag, new, not sure how to value them, I’d cut a deal on a few just for the information, I have piste (track?) and route (road?), made by T.A., looks like, with plates and tacks



Suntour power ratcheting clamp on downtube shifters, nos, 40, I have a few, with cable and housing


Suntour Perfect wide range 14-34 nos, new in box 5 speed freewheel, $40, I have a few, we all know how much better these are than newer shimano and (god forbid) Sunrace ones, I also have a few ultra wide range, 14-38, with a dramatic jump from the 4th to 5th in size, also 40

Cateye bar end plugs, nos, looking for $10 a set but may do discounts in quantity, 10 a set, 4 colors


Nos rear high flange Normandy Malliard hub, 36h I believe, I can double check, with skewer, 25 per hub


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Are the hubs French threading, English or Italian and are they 120 or 126mm?
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Since you're rim-heavy, do you have any [tubular] Araya Aeros? I have a mismatched A1&A4 "set" 24/28h that I'd rather match up before building.
(I've seen some on ebay, but with "proud" pricing)
Also looking for a 20 or 24h Sun Mistral M19Aii 700c with the bronze tint ano. (see this tint mostly in 650c)

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Originally Posted by crandress View Post
Are the hubs French threading, English or Italian and are they 120 or 126mm?
The groove in the hub indicates English threading.
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Originally Posted by krems81 View Post
Suntour Perfect wide range 14-34 nos, new in box 5 speed freewheel, $40, I have a few, we all know how much better these are than newer shimano and (god forbid) Sunrace ones, I also have a few ultra wide range, 14-38, with a dramatic jump from the 4th to 5th in size, also 40
The photo's a little dark and I can't count teeth. What are the rest of the sprockets on this unit?

If it were the 14-32 freewheel in 14-17-21-26-32, I'd be all over that to build up another half-step plus granny - best half-step setup ever made.
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I am interested in one of the Normandy rear hubs if @crandress doesn't take both.
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Originally Posted by Ex Pres View Post
Since you're rim-heavy, do you have any [tubular] Araya Aeros? I have a mismatched A1&A4 "set" 24/28h that I'd rather match up before building.
(I've seen some on ebay, but with "proud" pricing)
Also looking for a 20 or 24h Sun Mistral M19Aii 700c with the bronze tint ano. (see this tint mostly in 650c)

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I do have a few Araya aeros, but I haven’t counted holes yet, pm me
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Originally Posted by crandress View Post
Are the hubs French threading, English or Italian and are they 120 or 126mm?
Looks like 122 actually

Weird, but they are nos in the box, maybe they were aiming at 120 and missed the mark, and I think mountaindave is right, they’re English, let me know if you’re interested, I have another gentleman interested but I actually have a few extras to go around, THANKS!
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
The photo's a little dark and I can't count teeth. What are the rest of the sprockets on this unit?

If it were the 14-32 freewheel in 14-17-21-26-32, I'd be all over that to build up another half-step plus granny - best half-step setup ever made.
Hey dave

Looks like it’s 14-18-22-28-34, but I have these, so I may be able to help you out, pm ME!


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Originally Posted by rickrob View Post
I am interested in one of the Normandy rear hubs if @crandress doesn't take both.
Hey rickrob

I actually have a few more, so if you’re interested no worries, you can just pm me, they measured at 122mm old but that may be normal for these, they’ve clearly never been tampered with, THANKS!
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Originally Posted by krems81 View Post


Hey rickrob

I actually have a few more, so if you’re interested no worries, you can just pm me, they measured at 122mm old but that may be normal for these, they’ve clearly never been tampered with, THANKS!
PM Sent-- 122 mm sounds right for those.
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Originally Posted by krems81 View Post


Looks like 122 actually

Weird, but they are nos in the box, maybe they were aiming at 120 and missed the mark, and I think mountaindave is right, they’re English, let me know if you’re interested, I have another gentleman interested but I actually have a few extras to go around, THANKS!
I will pass on the hub. Thanks for checking!
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Union block pedals, new old stock in box, 9/16, I have a few of these, I’d like to get 30 each plus shipping



Campy chainring tool, got a few, 15 dollars shipped


Suntour Cyclone 7000 rd, used only reasonably, looking for 50 plus shipping, or something like that, very nice shape actually and hardly used much



Suntour Cyclone 7000 front rd, lightly used also, in great shape except for surface rust on inside of parallelogram, won’t be visible on the built bike, see photos, I’d like to get 25 plus shipping




More to come, it’s just late and I tired (yes I said I intentionally), see y’all tomorrow with loads of new stuff, I may make separate posts for groups of things, no need to message here before pming, just message right away if you like
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Originally Posted by krems81 View Post


Looks like 122 actually

Weird, but they are nos in the box, maybe they were aiming at 120 and missed the mark, and I think mountaindave is right, they’re English, let me know if you’re interested, I have another gentleman interested but I actually have a few extras to go around, THANKS!
122 is norm for the French hubs of the era. Not unusual at all.
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These are unreal, Zeus bottom bracket tools, the wrench end on both calipers out to about 32mm, and then there’s the pin spanner tool, and the lockring tool on the other sides, this is the beefiest and one of the most interesting lockring tools I’ve ever seen, let’s say 30 for the pin spanner tool and 45 for the lockring tool, for now, because I’ve got fewer of the latter, and they really are very cool








Velox vintage nos tubular repair kits, so cute, with needle and thread, patches, thimble, glue, instructions, sand paper, in a tin, $20 for now, I have a few



[sold] Paramount owner’s manual and tool bag, only one of these, empty, $25



Nos Sakae 60mm reach by 180mm length 22.2 insertion stems, not 100% sure if they’re 25.4 or 26.0 clamp yet, but I’ve generally been able to make either one work with most bars (except 26.4 of course), looking for 30 apiece, they’re shiny, and have the Sr engraving as they should



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Provisional dibs on the Pmount tool kit and manual bag plz.

Oh and seldom have we seen such a shipload of stuff this cool.

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PM sent for 14-34 freewheel.
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Kinda tempted by one of the shorty GB stems. My busted up shoulder isn't recovering as quickly as I'd like and a shorter stem might suit my Centurion Ironman while I'm healing.

I already switched from the original (120-125mm, I think) to somewhat shorter stem back in the spring before I was clobbered by a car. That felt great then and probably will again, eventually. But for now I'm feeling a bit stretched out and achy.

I'll try to make up my mind soon.
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Originally Posted by canklecat View Post
Kinda tempted by one of the shorty GB stems. My busted up shoulder isn't recovering as quickly as I'd like and a shorter stem might suit my Centurion Ironman while I'm healing.

I already switched from the original (120-125mm, I think) to somewhat shorter stem back in the spring before I was clobbered by a car. That felt great then and probably will again, eventually. But for now I'm feeling a bit stretched out and achy.

I'll try to make up my mind soon.



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Heh! My Globe Carmel comfort hybrid actually has a stem that short. It's shaped like a fist. Or Karl Malden's nose. Same thing.
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Heh! My Globe Carmel comfort hybrid actually has a stem that short. It's shaped like a fist. Or Karl Malden's nose. Same thing.
I feel like I’ve seen steel ones that short

This aluminum one makes me LAUGH!
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Originally Posted by canklecat View Post
Heh! My Globe Carmel comfort hybrid actually has a stem that short. It's shaped like a fist. Or Karl Malden's nose. Same thing.
Oh man, that's cruel. Somethiing else about that shape came up in the news today.
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