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Old 08-11-16, 04:40 PM   #126
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post-2001 Chorus or Record RD, medium cage preferred (able to handle 28t cog & something compatible with post-2001 Chorus brifters)

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Lots of various wheels, rims and FWs
C-Record 175mm cranks, excellent condition with clean logo - circa 91, but can check date code.
San Marco Rolls saddle - white (low miles, but minor scuffing by nose)
Suntour Power-ratchet DT friction shifters
Shimano 600 6-speed (SL-6400) shifters
Shimano 600 RD-6208 RD
Shimano 600 brake levers (BL-6208)
Shimano 105 BR-1055 front brake
Modolo Equipe brake calipers (white)
More wheels, FWs, rims
Avocet Racing saddle
Avocet Touring-WI (womens) saddle
Used tubulars
Other stuff, just ask

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Old 08-12-16, 08:45 AM   #127
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I have a 7400 DA front derailleur but braze on. You can have it for free. Let me know
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Old 08-12-16, 11:33 AM   #128
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ISO:
Dura Ace 7402 RD
Dura Ace 7400 FD with 28.6mm clamp
American Classic seat post, 27.2mm
39t Shimano or Dura-Ace chainring, 130bcd (for 7400 crank)
52t or 53t Shimano or Dura-Ace chainring, 130 bcd (for 7400 crank)
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C-Record 175mm cranks, excellent condition with clean logo - circa 91, but can check date code.
San Marco Rolls saddle - white (low miles, but minor scuffing by nose)
Suntour Power-ratchet DT friction shifters
Shimano 600 6-speed (SL-6400) shifters
Shimano 600 RD-6208 RD
Shimano 600 brake levers (BL-6208)
Shimano 105 BR-1055 front brake
Modolo Equipe brake calipers (white)
More wheels, FWs, rims
Avocet Racing saddle
Avocet Touring-WI (womens) saddle
Used tubulars
Other stuff, just ask
I might have a 7400 clamp on, will check tonight.
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ISO: Long/mid reach (~55mm) SunTour Superbe nutted brakes
Have: Short reach SunTour Superbe recessed brakes (not the hidden spring variety)
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Old 08-12-16, 12:26 PM   #130
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ISO hoods for a set of Tektro RL340. Gum or black if you got em.
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ISO hoods for a set of Tektro RL340. Gum or black if you got em.

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Old 08-12-16, 12:55 PM   #132
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@malcala622, That's a really generous offer. However, I can only use a clamp-on. Thanks anyway.

@cyclotoine, Great if you do have a 7400 clamp-on FD. Thanks in advance for checking.
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Needed for a Gitane TdF project:


One pair Mafac brake levers


At least one adjusting barrel for above levers


One pair French-thread pedals--not particular as long as they're in decent condition


Two Simplex top-tube cable clips to go with the one orphan clip now in my possession


LATER EDIT: Also a pair of Suntour barcons. Not original spec to the bike, but then I'm not going to use the original ass-destroying plastic saddle, either.

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Old 08-12-16, 08:30 PM   #134
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I know you can buy them, obviously. I was asking if anyone happened to have any that I could trade for, hence my post here in the ISO/trade thread.
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I probably have the AmerClas seat post but need to check that it's 27.2 (probably is) IIRC it's sliver with a black cradle but will confirm all by PM.
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Dura Ace 7402 RD
Dura Ace 7400 FD with 28.6mm clamp
American Classic seat post, 27.2mm
39t Shimano or Dura-Ace chainring, 130bcd (for 7400 crank)
52t or 53t Shimano or Dura-Ace chainring, 130 bcd (for 7400 crank)
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San Marco Rolls saddle - white (low miles, but minor scuffing by nose)
Suntour Power-ratchet DT friction shifters
Shimano 600 6-speed (SL-6400) shifters
Shimano 600 RD-6208 RD
Shimano 600 brake levers (BL-6208)
Shimano 105 BR-1055 front brake
Modolo Equipe brake calipers (white)
More wheels, FWs, rims
Avocet Racing saddle
Avocet Touring-WI (womens) saddle
Used tubulars
Other stuff, just ask
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I probably have the AmerClas seat post but need to check that it's 27.2 (probably is) IIRC it's sliver with a black cradle but will confirm all by PM.
That would be great. Thanks in advance for checking. Yes, silver/alloy with black cradle is the one I'm after.
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That would be great. Thanks in advance for checking. Yes, silver/alloy with black cradle is the one I'm after.
I have one as well if option above doesn't pan out.
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Old 08-13-16, 11:44 PM   #138
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Thanks @Spaghetti Legs. I'll let you know either way.
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One pair Mafac brake levers

At least one adjusting barrel for above
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Was there ever a 16-26 five-speed freewheel made?
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Was there ever a 16-26 five-speed freewheel made?

Something like a 16-18-20-23-26? Maybe Pastor Bob will weigh in on this, but I don't think it would be hard to assemble a Suntour Perfect in that configuration (that's the only freewheel I have any experience customizing). The only hard part would be finding the beveled spacer you'd need to use under the 16-tooth cog to keep the chain from hanging up when shifting to the next largest one. I had a local machine shop make me a few of them a while back--just a simple matter of cutting a 45-degree angle on the outer edges of some flat spacers-- but I think I may have used them all by now.
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His name was the first that popped into my mind too. I suppose it would have to be custom, I like 16-18-20-22-26 best myself. I have found that bigger jumps in the low end combined with tighter gearing in the middle and high end are very comfortable for me and my legs. Works well with a compact double.
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One pair French-thread pedals--not particular as long as they're in decent condition
Are you sure you want those? To tap out a crankset is dead easy.

Also, I might have 2 Huret top tube clips if you want to stay French but can't find Simplex.
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I've not seen one, but it's possible to assemble one if you have the right cogs on hand. Junior racers used to be limited to a 15T minimum size small cog.
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I've not seen one, but it's possible to assemble one if you have the right cogs on hand. Junior racers used to be limited to a 15T minimum size small cog.
Speaking of Jr Men's....my '77 Colnago was built and rode by a teen who set a Michigan record and championship in '78 before putting away until I restored it. Still has the Suntour 15-21 on it. It is NOT my hillclimb bike.
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That would be great. Thanks in advance for checking. Yes, silver/alloy with black cradle is the one I'm after.
I found it, it's NOS/NIB and a 350mm long model, I'll PM you.

EDIT: Gaucho777 has declined this American Classic seat post, so for anybody who wants one: it's available!
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Needed for a Gitane TdF project:

One pair French-thread pedals--not particular as long as they're in decent condition

LATER EDIT: Also a pair of Suntour barcons. Not original spec to the bike, but then I'm not going to use the original ass-destroying plastic saddle, either.

Have: assorted items of value.


If you're not going to tap the crank arms I have a pair of old Lyotard quill pedals and I also have a set of bar-cons that are missing the original lock nuts. PM me if these would do.
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ISO:
Dura Ace 7402 RD
Dura Ace 7400 FD with 28.6mm clamp
American Classic seat post, 27.2mm
39t Shimano or Dura-Ace chainring, 130bcd (for 7400 crank)
52t or 53t Shimano or Dura-Ace chainring, 130 bcd (for 7400 crank)

I think I have a 7402 RD but it probably has a few scuffs. Probably have the 53/39 rings also but I'd have to check on condition. I know I have 7410 FD's but not sure about 7400. I'll try to look in the next few days.
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Are you sure you want those? To tap out a crankset is dead easy.

Also, I might have 2 Huret top tube clips if you want to stay French but can't find Simplex.

I realize that re-tapping a crank is very different from sawing off a derailleur hanger. But for whatever reason, I still don't like to make irreversible changes to original parts for the sake of convenience. If French pedals were hard to come by I would no doubt change my tune, but since they're not I have been able to indulge my original-threading obsession. We all have our foibles, right?


Thanks for the offer of the Huret clips--I'll send you a PM if I decide to take you up on it.
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