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Old 08-03-16, 09:34 PM
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ISO: 9-10 speed long or medium cage campagnolo rear derailleur to work with racing triple.

Have: a few things, can't really think to list ATM.
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Bump.
Anybody?


Originally Posted by jonwvara View Post
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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Originally Posted by dailycommute View Post
Have, 36H Phil Wood 135mm fixed/free kiss off hub laced to a 700c mavic open pro. Want, Phil Wood 120mm 32 or 36 fixed/fixed or fixed/free laced to something quality. I picked up this PW / mavic open pro wheelset a few weeks ago, sold as 120mm but obviously not. I would consider a full wheelset trade as well. Plenty of pictures can be taken if you have something that matches.

The hub spins very smooth, and rim looks good but no idea on history. It was certainly used but should make a nice cross or mtb wheel or set.
i believe the hubs are the same, it's just a matter of swapping end caps, no?
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Yes, that is what I thought but PW support told me this. Perhaps they misunderstood my question but I think not.

The Kiss Off hub can not be converted down, the hub shell is too wide.

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Originally Posted by GentlemanGeorge View Post
ISO- Good condition Shimano 6400 ( Tricolor 600/Ultegra) 7 speed braze on downtube shifters.


Have stems, handlebars, pedals, misc. odds and ends...
I have a set in the stash, if you are still looking.
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I have a set in the stash, if you are still looking.

Still on the hunt, PM forthcoming.
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Looking for 45 tooth 144 BCD chain ring or a 42 tooth TA Cyclotourist inner chain ring. (42 tooth outer TA is OK if I can use an outer as an inner.)

I'd prefer the TA option. A 42-tooth TA ring will replace the one my ham-handedness and forgetfulness destroyed. :-(

I have two 60 mm stems I can trade. One is standard depth(?); one is, I believe, 165 mm above the minimum insert line - maybe 215 mm in all to the bottom of the wedge. Both look like forged aluminum. Sorry for lack of info - they've been in my parts box since 1981.

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Originally Posted by dailycommute View Post
Yes, that is what I thought but PW support told me this. Perhaps they misunderstood my question but I think not.

The Kiss Off hub can not be converted down, the hub shell is too wide.
ah I see, it's an extra wide hub MTB specific, not a regular PW track hub.
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ISO: Campagnolo record high flange rear hub shell.

Have: Sunshine gyromaster hubs, quite a few normandy hub parts, suntour vx rear derailleur, 27.0 SR seatpost in good condition, suntour nsl front derailleur, and more.
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ISO: Shimano 600 or Dura Ace stem 80 or 90mm

Trade: Shimano 600 stem 120 mm

Even swap preferred for used stems.


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ISO: clamp hardware/lower cradle piece for Dura Ace 7400-A seatpost.

Anyone got spare bits, wrecked/super rough post, or something along these lines?

I have a VGC post with a hairline crack right in the middle of the lower cradle piece.

HAVE: Lots. Too much to list, though I'd be happy to provide shortlist of itms based on any general or specific need!
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ISO: NR Italian threaded bottom bracket and spindle.

70 x 115 mm spindle as per velobase, http://velobase.com/ViewComponent.as...9076b&Enum=119 and Italian threaded cups, natch.

Have lots to swap in return.

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ISO: suntour long cage rear derailleur.

Have lots to swap in return.
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ISO - Fuji America 56 cm if at all possible- will settle for the frame with seat post. There is one in the Seattle Craigslist for 170.00 - looks to be at least a 58 cm. It might work if the top tube is 57 cm or so.


I have my 1952 Urago road bike - pretty well complete except for a borrowed chain ring on the Stronglight 49d crank, and needs some handlebar tape. The frame is 56 cm c to c. Not sure how to go about this since I am in Canada - those Americas are not readily found up here.


A bit of a long shot but perhaps someone will swap.

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Anyone with a Fuji America?

Looking for one - not certain if posting here is acceptable although I also posted in the ISO section. If anyone might want to trade for my 56 cm 1952 Urago - minus a borrowed chain ring and needing handlebar tape let me know.

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Originally Posted by bikemig View Post
ISO: NR Italian threaded bottom bracket and spindle.

70 x 115 mm spindle as per velobase, VeloBase.com - Component: Campagnolo 1046/a, Nuovo Record (Strada) and Italian threaded cups, natch.

Have lots to swap in return.
I might have something, I'll have to check. I have an Italian threaded bb but I'll have to double check if it's NR.
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Originally Posted by bikemig View Post
ISO: suntour long cage rear derailleur.

Have lots to swap in return.
I have a Suntour XC Pro rd with a bit of the black face paint missing, easy touch up.
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I have a Suntour XC Pro rd with a bit of the black face paint missing, easy touch up.
My bad, I'm looking for a suntour cyclone long cage RD. I love the XC pros but they won't look right on this bike.
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I might have something, I'll have to check. I have an Italian threaded bb but I'll have to double check if it's NR.
Thanks, it doesn't have to be campy as long as its campy compatible.
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My bad, I'm looking for a suntour cyclone long cage RD. I love the XC pros but they won't look right on this bike.
Ok.
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Originally Posted by VintageRide View Post
ISO - Fuji America 56 cm if at all possible- will settle for the frame with seat post. There is one in the Seattle Craigslist for 170.00 - looks to be at least a 58 cm. It might work if the top tube is 57 cm or so.


I have my 1952 Urago road bike - pretty well complete except for a borrowed chain ring on the Stronglight 49d crank, and needs some handlebar tape. The frame is 56 cm c to c. Not sure how to go about this since I am in Canada - those Americas are not readily found up here.


A bit of a long shot but perhaps someone will swap.
I dunno, your Urago is stunning, http://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vi...de-france.html

Vintage Japanese top end touring bikes are not a dime a dozen but they're out there.
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Thanks, it doesn't have to be campy as long as its campy compatible.
Pm'd
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ISO: Stem Shifters. My son insists on bullhorns for his MTB conversion, and this appears to be the simplest solution. Preferably not too tall.
HAVE: Suntour friction down tube shifters, a variety of thumbies and other bits.
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ISO: Stem Shifters. My son insists on bullhorns for his MTB conversion, and this appears to be the simplest solution. Preferably not too tall.
HAVE: Suntour friction down tube shifters, a variety of thumbies and other bits.
I will send you a few sets of Suntour stem shifters for the postage. I will never use them. PM me if interested.
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ISO: Stem Shifters. My son insists on bullhorns for his MTB conversion, and this appears to be the simplest solution. Preferably not too tall.
Looks like @greg3rd48 has you covered, however... You realize of course that you are obligated to remind your son that stem shifters will more than offset the cool factor of the bullhorns.
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