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Old 05-26-20, 11:06 AM
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Thanks, people! I got two responses for the above cable guide. Should be good.
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After waiting more than a month for a new crown race and bottom cup for my mercier 300 to fix my either too lose or binding headset woes it appears the upper cups are the problem.

ISO: french threaded headset, excellent mechanical condition. Stack height of 35mm, plus or minus a mm. Currently there is a stronglight p3 on there.
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I'm looking for two purple anodized water bottle cages. Can't believe these aren't commonly available any more! Does anyone have a couple kicking around?
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Originally Posted by eeuuugh
I'm looking for two purple anodized water bottle cages. Can't believe these aren't commonly available any more! Does anyone have a couple kicking around?
There might be a shop near my called Pats605 Cyclery that has these in stock. I can check tomorrow if you like. 9.99 a piece.

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There might be a shop near my called Pats605 Cyclery that has these in stock. I can check tomorrow if you like. 9.99 a piece.
That would be great, thank you!
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Peugeot Blue & Yellow Frame On OfferUp

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verktyg I know its not your size but just for kicks thought I'd post it. Check out this Peugeot PLX 10 1955-58 Reynolds for $1200 on OfferUp https://offerup.co/lAgJ4xCqM6

Thanks, it's what I'm looking for but too small (plus the seller posted pictures of the wrong side).

It's awfully "spendy". I'm looking for a complete bike because piecing together all the vintage parts can more than double the cost.

I've seen whole bikes like this for only a little more $$$$. It just a Peugeot!

Who ever said that C&Vers aren't cheap!

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Looking for a 24.0 seatpost for a Peugeot HLE frame. I'm trying to get a budget build together, so condition is not an issue so long as the post is usable.
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Looking for a French threaded fork w/ 140mm steerer to fit Motobecane Mirage. Not sure what year it was manufactured.
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I *know* I have these - I'll send you a pm.
Thanks for sending these to me...a big help.
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Originally Posted by eeuuugh
That would be great, thank you!
I've got two of those Lezyne cages in purple. I got them for a purple Trek 760, but they didn't quite match, so I went with silver.

Anyway, they're off the package cardboard, but unused. PM me if interested.



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Originally Posted by popefelix
Looking for a French threaded fork w/ 140mm steerer to fit Motobecane Mirage. Not sure what year it was manufactured.
I might actually have this; pulled off of a wrecked Moto. I'll measure and post a pic in a bit.
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@eeuuugh I'd jump on those cages from vintage cyclist. It'll be a few hours before I can check for you.

Ride safe

Update: No dice on the cages from Pats605. They have limited stock these days.

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5 Complete Links of Regina Chain Wanted. Found! Thanks to Mad Honk.

Yep, just 5 links to extend a chain that is too short for my Olmo project.
The chain I have is the black "Super Corsa," marked "Regina SC," but I would be happy with any older Non-oro Regina chain.

I have a multitude of small trade items of similar vintage to the chain I seek; Campy crank bolts, dropout adjuster screws, cable clips, chainring bolts, Regina cogs, etc.
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Putting these ISOs out for a friend and also so I can finish up some pending projects:
  • For the Velo Yellow kids ex-track bikes that I'm building for work:
    • Three 26.8mm seatposts. Must NOT be fluted. Can be on the short side. Nothing fancy - just something stuff that'll do the job.
    • Three 110BCD chainrings - can be any combination of 38t, 39, or 40t.
    • Three decent-enough rear axle mount kickstands. Must work, but length unimportant, as I'll be cutting them down.
  • For a friend of mine who just found a nice 28h White Industries hub and is looking to lace something into it:
    • Some sort of interesting, 1980's/90s era 700C clincher rim, 28h. Knowing him, I think something polished would be ideal - and I think something like a mid-V Campagnolo Lambda or Vento would be right up his alley.

Got something? Send me a PM.

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74BCD

Seeking a 38/39/40 tooth chainwheel
(also seeking a 24/26 tooth chainwheel same BCD

Will pay for chainwheel(s) and the shipping as I live in Canada and prohibitive with shipping to trade
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74BCD

Seeking a 38/39/40 tooth chainwheel
(also seeking a 24/26 tooth chainwheel same BCD

Will pay for chainwheel(s) and the shipping as I live in Canada and prohibitive with shipping to trade
You're looking for a 74BCM 40 tooth chainwheel? Wow, I didn't know those existed. I can help with the smaller rings but assuming this is going on a triple crankset I would assume the bigger rings would be 110 BCD or something.
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Originally Posted by WGB
74BCD

Seeking a 38/39/40 tooth chainwheel
(also seeking a 24/26 tooth chainwheel same BCD

Will pay for chainwheel(s) and the shipping as I live in Canada and prohibitive with shipping to trade
I have a "Blackspire" 24 tooth sprocket never used, measures 43.something hole-to-hole. Weighs 33.something grams so it'll cost two stamps in an envelope. Bought it ages ago for a project but went a different direction.

What I'd REALLY LIKE (is everyone listening?) is a left side 170mm Triomphe crank.

Send me your postal address. You can have the ring. I get karma.

Get me a crank and you get karma too.
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Pm sent for the 24 tooth.,

Thank you!!

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I have an SR Apex small bolt circle crankset that is 50/44/30 rings and with a 74 BCD. I can put the 44 on the outside and the 30 on the inside with the 24 on the inner which will be 44/30/24. It may not look like much but since I usually ride my doubles on the small tooth (usually 39 tooth) except on downhills, I can't see having a large chainwheel, especially with a heavy load. I'd prefer a 38/39/40 tooth large ring instead of the 44 tooth but a 44 is still slightly better than a 48, especially for shifting. Still, I'll keep looking for a 38/39/40 tooth.

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Wow, SR Apex also came in an all-74 BCD configuration? Who knew?
I have the 86 BCD triple version, and it’s great. Have seen the larger BCD version, but never one that was all 74.
Could you post a few pics?
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Originally Posted by rccardr
wow, sr apex also came in an all-74 bcd configuration? Who knew?
I have the 86 bcd triple version, and itís great. Have seen the larger bcd version, but never one that was all 74.
Could you post a few pics?
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rccardr rhm

My caliper batteries are dead but was able to get a reading. Couldn't hit the zeroing button as the battery died when I laid it down.
Was measured for me at Co-op and told it was 74. Now wondering if 76?
Please advise if I measured wrong.




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Sheldon say only 74, no 76. You're good.

Wait a sec, that's not BCD you're measuring.

You're measuring the diagonal of a pentagon. If it *is* 74mm, you've got a bolt circle diameter of 2x 38.904, or just under 78mm. That makes no sense either.

Measure one-hole-to-the-next, and use his chart:
https://www.sheldonbrown.com/cribsheet-bcd.html

It may be that the ring I sent you will not fit; oh well.

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Scratch that, won't work with the brake stiffener I'm using.

ISO: One pair (only need to do front) of black, Paul Mini Moto brake arms:




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I’ma gonna guessa thatsa 86 bcd cranka setta.
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