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Old 07-07-16, 07:11 AM
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ISO and For Trade thread part 4

The other thread got too large and was having a hard time loading so lets start a fresh one.
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Looking for a black 110mm quill stem.
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ISO: Thread that doesn't show two phantom pages after the current page and loads to "most recent post" when I open it from my email alert...

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Well whoever was looking for 7 speed UG compatible HG hubs please PM me, and whoever was looking for UG hubs with 126 OLD PM me too. I have a milk crate filled with all of the above, mostly Exage but also some 105 and Deore/DeoreLX
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Looking for a black 110mm quill stem.
I have a black Cinelli 1R that's 100 mm c-c if you're willing to fudge a little.
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ISO: Dia Compe large pulley-style brake cable yoke

Dia Compe Pulley 01.jpg

I am trying to find one (or two) of these Dia Compe large pulley-style brake cable yoke to complete my '84 Miyata 610.

I am looking for this model specifically, as I know there are other options available (like the Herse ones from Compass, and Gran Compe ones from Velo Orange) but I really want this larger wheel ones as I find they work alot better than the smaller wheel ones.

I am too far from the city, and there is no used bicycle shops or co-ops around with stacks of parts bins to rummage through for hours in hopes of finding a little gem like this for a song. Help me Bike Forums!

I only have one and its in rough shape, but still works fine. I would be interested in just one or a pair, in used but usable (or better) condition, with OR without the cable fixing bolt and acorn nut (those are easy to find).

I have a good collection of small parts in my bin and I am also open to trades for something of equal value that can help you out like this little piece would help me out. Let me know!
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The other thread got too large and was having a hard time loading so lets start a fresh one.
I picked a heck of a day to troll for things I may not need....
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I picked a heck of a day to troll for things I may not need....

That may be so, but how do you know you don't need it until you check it out?
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That may be so, but how do you know you don't need it until you check it out?
I'll have to go back to the closed thread to see what I don't need there....
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WTT: I have a black Thomson Elite 26.8x330 seatpost and would like a silver one - can be shorter. Mine is in very good condition. I could also go for something by Nitto.
Thanks!

Edit - Found one!

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Looking for a 28 hole Shimano 9s-compatible 130mm cassette hub (or 28h F/R set).

Found! Thanks TaxiRob.

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I am trying to find one (or two) of these Dia Compe large pulley-style brake cable yoke to complete my '84 Miyata 610.
I had one of those in my hands just a couple weeks ago! I wonder what I did with it. I'll go look....
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ISO-FOR A GOOD CAUSE

26x1-3/8" Coaster Brake Wheel

I am giving a bike to a friend who does not have a car. She needs a coaster because she does not have hand strength for hand brakes.

I have a bike but the rear hub is toast and the brake doesn't work well enough to be safe.

Cosmetics not too important as long as Chrome > Rust.

Anybody have a wheel they can donate? I'm happy to pay for shipping.
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ISO-FOR A GOOD CAUSE

26x1-3/8" Coaster Brake Wheel

I am giving a bike to a friend who does not have a car. She needs a coaster because she does not have hand strength for hand brakes.

I have a bike but the rear hub is toast and the brake doesn't work well enough to be safe.

Cosmetics not too important as long as Chrome > Rust.

Anybody have a wheel they can donate? I'm happy to pay for shipping.
I'm pretty sure I have a rim and a hub, but you'd have to figure out the spoke length and build the wheel.
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I'm still searching for the elusive 25-tooth Suntour freewheel cog--the four-spline version that fits Perfect and New Winner bodies, and probably others as well.


I would offer my first-born child, but at this point I have been looking so long that he's 32 years old. Therefore, he's unlikely to go along with such an exchange. But I have other trade items, including other Suntour cogs and bodies.
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Originally Posted by BluesDaddy View Post
ISO-FOR A GOOD CAUSE

26x1-3/8" Coaster Brake Wheel

I am giving a bike to a friend who does not have a car. She needs a coaster because she does not have hand strength for hand brakes.

I have a bike but the rear hub is toast and the brake doesn't work well enough to be safe.

Cosmetics not too important as long as Chrome > Rust.

Anybody have a wheel they can donate? I'm happy to pay for shipping.
I know somebody up in NH who reconditions old bikes for people to use as transportation. He may be willing to donate a wheel if he has one. I'll email him tonight. I forget exactly where he is, but as I recall he is where I would generically list as central NH.
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I am looking for a single Campagnolo Super Record brake lever. It is a drillium non aero. With or without hood is fine. Mine has a black hood.
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I'm still searching for the elusive 25-tooth Suntour freewheel cog--the four-spline version that fits Perfect and New Winner bodies, and probably others as well.


I would offer my first-born child, but at this point I have been looking so long that he's 32 years old. Therefore, he's unlikely to go along with such an exchange. But I have other trade items, including other Suntour cogs and bodies.

do you need gold or silver? I've got a couple that I can part with.

I've got other cogs available too, just in case there is interest.


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(no room for 1st born kids, so some other form of payment is needed. )
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I had one of those in my hands just a couple weeks ago! I wonder what I did with it. I'll go look....
The dingo ate it.....
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Looking for a 28 hole Shimano 9s-compatible 130mm cassette hub (or 28h F/R set).
I might have one, I'll check tomorrow. I'm looking for a decent 26.6 seat post.
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Very specific trade request here: I've got a 1975 Bic orange Motobecane Champion Team with full Campy and some normal patina, looking to trade for a Moulton space frame APB or similar bike. Anyone able to help with a lead?
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I'm pretty sure I have a rim and a hub, but you'd have to figure out the spoke length and build the wheel.
Thank you for the offer. Unfortunately I don't have enough time in my life right now to build a wheel.
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I know somebody up in NH who reconditions old bikes for people to use as transportation. He may be willing to donate a wheel if he has one. I'll email him tonight. I forget exactly where he is, but as I recall he is where I would generically list as central NH.
Thank you
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Looking for a 28 hole Shimano 9s-compatible 130mm cassette hub (or 28h F/R set).
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I might have one, I'll check tomorrow. I'm looking for a decent 26.6 seat post.
Sorry Iowegian, the hub I have is a 32 hole.
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ISO 80's era 1" threaded headset to complete my 'new' vintage Trek show bike. Suntour GPX would be gold, but open to suggestions. Want a non-marred lock nut, a clean headset. Have a little stuff to trade or $reen. Thanks

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