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Old 12-25-21, 02:58 PM
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FS: bargain bin box o crap repair parts

Right after the new year Im hauling this to Back Alley Bikes in Detroit.
if you need any bits to make something saleable -sellable? -drop me a note. Well work out something.







also- dia comp break caliper & levers
Shimano z401 stem shifters



yeeeea. photos are pretty cr*ppy

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Old 12-25-21, 03:56 PM
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Are any of the seat posts 26.6mm?
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An Omicronmas Wish

Might any of those pedals be 1/2 inch and not French threaded?
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What kind of saddle is the riveted one?
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Originally Posted by rjhammett;[url=tel:22351531
22351531[/url]]Are any of the seat posts 26.6mm?
Nope. The shorty integrated clamp measures 26.8mm. For some reason I hacked it years ago thinking I should get grams off my race bike.

I have an SR Laprade in my keeper bin.
Its been in that bin a looooong time. Ill pm you a pic.
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Originally Posted by machinist42 View Post
Might any of those pedals be 1/2 inch and not French threaded?
nope. I double checked them on a Sakae crank arm. They all started nicely by hand. So the pedals are all the 9/16 thread.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc;[url=tel:22351545
22351545[/url]]What kind of saddle is the riveted one?
its branded VELO
About 15cm wide.
it doesnt look flat. So I didnt even give it a try. It was on a bike that came back to me after a friend got divorced. A bummer.


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The black threadless stem.....is it cromoly? If so, what length, steerer size, and bar clamps size?

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Originally Posted by thook;[url=tel:22352050
22352050[/url]]The black threadless stem.....is it cromoly? If so, what length, steerer size, and bar clamps size?
The black stem is from a Cannondale that has a blown head shock. I converted to a rigid fork (and very low bottom bracket! Ha!)


Aluminum stem
Steerer clamp diameter is like 1.5in to 1 5/8th in
Bar clamp 25.4mm
Length about 160mm CtC



I still got the fork and bag o parts that made it a head shock. I think.
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mrv Ah, okay. Thank you, Mark. Not only too long, I think that's a headshock specific stem. I don't know of anything else that has the same ID for the steerer. I certainly don't have anything that size. I suppose it could be shimmed just fine, but still....too long in length...lol!
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Hi,
Is the silver, threadless stem 1” or 1 1/8?
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00 View Post
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Is the silver, threadless stem 1 or 1 1/8?
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1 1/8th in. Bar clamp 25.4mm
about 130mm length

brand is system 2 components.or something.
Its got some kind of cam lock mechanism in side.
I got it in a box of stuff from a retired friend.
Im mostly a NITTO man myself (not to be confused with nattō man.. which I do not want to be at all!!)
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a bump & an update:
- the two good kickstands are re-homed.
- the stem shifters with the cable guide are now for sale in another posting.
- i still got the other stuff and I'm dragging tail on contacting Back Alley Bikes in Detroit.....

happy new year!
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Originally Posted by mrv View Post
1 1/8th in. Bar clamp 25.4mm
about 130mm length

brand is system 2 components.or something.
Its got some kind of cam lock mechanism in side.
I got it in a box of stuff from a retired friend.
Im mostly a NITTO man myself (not to be confused with nattō man.. which I do not want to be at all!!)
thanks!

System 2 was Trek OEM handlebars and stems. System 2 was upper mid-tier, system 1 was lower mid.
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