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Old 07-17-16, 08:03 PM   #26
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Looking for a 28 hole Shimano 9s-compatible 130mm cassette hub (or 28h F/R set).
I have a 28 hole Shimano 600 (64xx series fits 8-10s HG cassettes) without an axle. If you've got the guts for it I'd be down to trade for any of the following: 3x8 Rapid Fire shifters, a Shimano indexed RD of the first or second generation (Light Action SIS all-alloy would be great), nice short pull flatbar brake levers, decent ergo drops with a 25.4 or 26.0 clamp diameter, or 9s Shimano cassettes without spiders so I can use them with D/A 8s bar end shifters on a 7s freehub (8 of 9 cogs with 9s spacers)
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Old 07-18-16, 11:24 AM   #27
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otg, thanks for looking!
TaxiRob, that sounds perfect. Let me check what I have in my pile and I'll send a PM.
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Old 07-18-16, 02:35 PM   #28
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Does anyone have a Campagnolo 26mm (9 speed) lockring? Please PM me if so!

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Old 07-18-16, 10:11 PM   #29
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ISO: Campagnolo High flange quick release hubs.

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Note to you BLOWHARD MORONS out there: The fork is not bent. Most PEUGEOTS of the '70s forks DID NOT line up with the head tube angle. This is normal. The last pic is from the 1972 Dutch catalog showing this EXACT MODEL in diagram. Keep your comments to yourself......
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ISO: Decent 26.8 Laprade seatpost. Not picky -- SR would be great.
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Old 07-20-16, 03:43 PM   #32
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looking for 36 hole tubular semi-aero rim

What I'm looking for is a Sun M19A tubular rim, 36 hole, in goldish color, or some similar type semi-aero rim, used or new.
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Old 07-20-16, 09:53 PM   #33
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ISO: Short reach (60-90mm) aluminum Italian quill stem. Either 25.4 or 26 Cinelli, Modolo, 3ttt etc. Not black.
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Campagnolo chorus 9 speed

I have a 2001 campagnolo chorus 9 speed short cage rear derailuer in excellent condition and I'd like to trade it for a medium or long cage campu derailuer.
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ISO: Short reach (60-90mm) aluminum Italian quill stem. Either 25.4 or 26 Cinelli, Modolo, 3ttt etc. Not black.
I have a beautiful cinelli xa or X1, I think it's 80 or 90 I can photograph and measure tomorow, what have you got to trade?
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I have a beautiful cinelli xa or X1, I think it's 80 or 90 I can photograph and measure tomorow, what have you got to trade?
Hmmm . . . I have a vintage suede selle tan saddle, some freewheels, rims, new platform pedals, Sugino triple crank 170, some new-style saddles, some coupons accepted at all bike shops . . .
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Old 07-21-16, 11:48 AM   #37
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ISO: Short reach (60-90mm) aluminum Italian quill stem. Either 25.4 or 26 Cinelli, Modolo, 3ttt etc. Not black.
I have a 65mm Cinelli 1A (old logo). I can post pix if you're interested.
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I have a 65mm Cinelli 1A (old logo). I can post pix if you're interested.
A pic and PM of what you'd like in trade would be great.
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Speaking of long shots....I have 2 right side BL-M600 (Shimano Servo Wave brake lever). Any one have a left they don't need?
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Hmmm . . . I have a vintage suede selle tan saddle, some freewheels, rims, new platform pedals, Sugino triple crank 170, some new-style saddles, some coupons accepted at all bike shops . . .
The nice thing about this stem is that it has no logo, PM me if your interested Also willing to part with the chorus brakes in these photos, maybe the frame too.








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Old 07-24-16, 10:37 AM   #41
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Wtt I need a Nitto Craft 0ne (100-110) or a Pearl (10)

26.0 clamp

Have Ritchey and various Nitto stems to trade.

Or maybe you need a saddle or something.

Thanks!

Edit: When it rains, it pours.

Nitto Craft One and Pearl 10. On their way.

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Old 07-25-16, 07:21 AM   #42
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I have a Velo Orange "randonneur front rack" that attaches to the fork crown and eyelets brazed to the front of the fork blades:



and I would like to trade it for a similar rack that attaches to the cantilever brake braze ons, such as the Velo Orange 'Pass Hunter' rack:



Nitto makes something similar; maybe Soma as well. I don't want the cheap aluminum one from Nashbar, already have that!
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ISO: 1" Chrome headset nut and some spacers

Found a neat old Puch mixte frame, in my daughter's favorite color, purple. Going to build it up, as a city bike, around an 8-speed Sturmey rear wheel, and a generator front.

Came with a smooth turning, chrome, 1" headset, but oddly missing the top nut and spacers.

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Found a neat old Puch mixte frame, in my daughter's favorite color, purple. Going to build it up, as a city bike, around an 8-speed Sturmey rear wheel, and a generator front.

Came with a smooth turning, chrome, 1" headset, but oddly missing the top nut and spacers.

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Some of those old Puch and Austro Daimler forks used unusual headset threading. Try a normal headset nut to see if it fits. If so, those are a dime-a-dozen. If not, you'll need to find a headset from a similar frame with the correct threading or replace the fork. I 'might' have an old AD headset lying around but first step is to find out what you really need.
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WTT/ISO: My Soma Oxford bars in very good condition (25.4 clamp, silver) for your randonneuring/touring drop bars with 26.0 clamp, barcon compatible, and 46-48cm wide.
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ISO a 1980s 6 speed shimano compatible bar end grip shift. I have some shimano 6 and 7 speed dt shifters for trade.

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Have: a direct-mount (no claw) Simplex 610 RD. It's in good shape, and is the "touring" model with the pivot at one end of the derailleur cage. I believe that it will take a 28- or 30-tooth cog, based on what I've heard from others around here. It's used but in good shape--I've never used it myself.


If my understanding is correct, the 610 used a Suntour-inspired slant parallelogram design; I've heard that Simplex abandoned the design after a short time, possibly because it ran afoul of one or more Suntour patents.


I'd like to trade it for a similar Simplex long-cage or "grand touring" RD. I'd consider the long-cage version of the 610, 810, or 410.


I can provide some photos if anyone is interested. The derailleur is branded Simplex, but has a Motobecane logo on the Simplex sticker, if that matters.
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Some of those old Puch and Austro Daimler forks used unusual headset threading. Try a normal headset nut to see if it fits. If so, those are a dime-a-dozen. If not, you'll need to find a headset from a similar frame with the correct threading or replace the fork. I 'might' have an old AD headset lying around but first step is to find out what you really need.
Just checked, and a normal top nut fits, although it looks like I will need 7-8mm of spacers. I tried both a topnut from a VO Grand Cru, and a Stronglight. Don't really want to steal either one, as those are both from virgin, complete sets. If I have too, I can always buy a $15-20 Tange, or similar. The hope is someone has an otherwise "trashed" headset, that can part with the topnut and some spacers for beer money.
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TPandJ- Loose Screws has 6 speed DA indexing units for under $20. They will fit into any Shimano Barcon that uses extended tabs (ones where the indexing unit basically just pops out). So, 7700 or 7800 for sure, probably others as well.
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Some of those old Puch and Austro Daimler forks used unusual headset threading.
I have an old German frame with an non standard headset. I've only found one headset that matches and that's from a pre-war Hercules so I'm guessing it's a whitworth threading, not that that's helpful because they are hens teeth. Most Brit bikes of that era had a head clip arrangement.
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