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Old 03-23-20, 10:00 PM
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FS: Box of stuff - $100 shipped!

Hello,

Here's a bunch of stuff I can fit in one box and ship for a total of $100 within the continental US. Pictures should tell all, but if you have any questions, please ask. Pair of Maillard skewers, (from c. 1980), single Campagnolo skewer, Record hub with stuck and stripped freewheel (which I know won't deter the right person from prying it off), Suntour stem mounted power-shifters with down tube cable guide, regular Suntour friction shifters, first generation V rear derailleur, Sprit front derailleur, Suntour Pro-Compe 5-speed freewheel, set of Sunrace shifters and derailleurs, a couple pairs of pedals (one bent cage), medium Christophe toe clips, three pairs of straps, a couple pairs of Schwinn handlebar grips, a Weinmann lever with Carlton hood, Weinmann lever without hood, Weinmann Raleigh side-pull caliper, pair of Weinmann 999 center-pull calipers, couple extra Dia Compe center-pull clamps, set of Shimano brake pads, spare chain, bottle cage, ITM Millenium stem, neat drilled Nitor seat post (26.4mm I think), NOS Olmo blue plastic bar tape, new red Jagwire cable housing with all the little bits (no cables), SR Apex 40 tooth chainring, three spare saddle clamps... Guess that's it!

Some of this is useful junk, a few pieces are useful not quite junk, and a few things are rather nice indeed. I'd just like to get rid of it all in one go... Cheers!

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Old 03-24-20, 04:32 AM
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No disrespect, but the freewheel on thte hub is going to be difficult if at all possible to remove.
From the looks of the damage to the tool index, its on pretty tight, without the wheel for leverage.
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No disrespect, but the freewheel on thte hub is going to be difficult if at all possible to remove.
From the looks of the damage to the tool index, its on pretty tight, without the wheel for leverage.
It’s doable. Will require some ingenuity, but doable. I got a great deal on an unlaced high flange record hub with freewheel still on. Made some s-hook spokes, laced it up and went to town. Ended up with a sweet 12-21 Maillard FW in the bargain too.

I would remove the axle, Dremel a new face in the cutout for the FW removal tool, reinstall axle, and clamp the removal tool down tight until the FW breaks loose.
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The good news is there is a lot of cool stuff in the box anyhow!
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I almost forgot that I also have a Campagnolo Valentino Extra front derailleur and downtube shifters that I'll include. They're in great working condition (I was using them until recently) and are clean but could use some polishing. And just as a note, I did not try very hard to remove the freewheel from the Campy Record hub. I took it into a shop and they immediately stripped it like that without using any spray to try breaking it loose, and I was frustrated by their poor attempt and put it away.


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The freewheel can also be destroyed if the hub is what you're after.
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Isn't that campy a front derailleur ????

Nice vintage set by the way !!!!
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Originally Posted by bikemike73 View Post
Isn't that campy a front derailleur ????
Nice vintage set by the way !!!!
Ha, thanks for that catch. I was confused for a second because obviously it's a front derailleur but for whatever reason I typed rear!

Anyway, the box is now $75 shipped but does not include the drilled out Nitor seatpost. I will try to clean that up and either keep or sell it separately. Cheers!
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Bump for $75 shipped without the Nitor seatpost! Seems like a good deal to me...
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