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Old 06-09-20, 05:30 AM
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
Oops--this is the thread I meant to bump. There must be tons of these out there, right? Although they are heavy enough that "tons" might not be numerically all that many. C'mon, Neal! Dig deep!
Im afraid my parts bin does not contain such a specimen. You sure you dont want to go Shimano?
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ISO 650c front wheel complete with hub...any out there?
PM Please.
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Originally Posted by L134

ISO: Avocet seatpost nut like this (standard fender/rack eyelet threading)

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Those are pretty much "unobtainium," in my experience. When I needed one, I fabricated my own out of a piece of 1/2" steel rod (the radius closely matches that of the original). Slice off a section to fit the recess in the post cap, drill a hole through it, split it to match the original piece, and tap the hole with M5 thread:
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Nuts

I find half the battle in finding a unique nut, is knowing why it exists. Then you can go looking for others to meet that need.
So... I think I got close.


Those are Roll In T Nuts. Not sure they will work in aluminium, but now you have a description.
Those particular ones are on EBay

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Originally Posted by nlerner
Im afraid my parts bin does not contain such a specimen. You sure you dont want to go Shimano?
Thanks, Neal, but my staunch adherence to originality on this project dictates a Suntour AG rear derailleur And I already have one that sort of works, though it limits my cog use on the small chainring. I'm looking for the higher-capacity model so I won't have to worry about that.

Still, I was shaken to find that there was something you didn't have. That has never happened in my experience. Must I now entertain the possibility that it could someday happen again? I suppose I must.
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
Still, I was shaken to find that there was something you didn't have. That has never happened in my experience. Must I now entertain the possibility that it could someday happen again? I suppose I must.
Welcome to the "new normal".....
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ISO
items for an 84 Mt Fuji...
quick release skewers
front and rear (may have a line on this) racks
26.4 seat post

also more generally, titanium king cages

HAVE
Nitto porteur bars, and other stuff I can scrounge up
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
Thanks, Neal, but my staunch adherence to originality on this project dictates a Suntour AG rear derailleur And I already have one that sort of works, though it limits my cog use on the small chainring. I'm looking for the higher-capacity model so I won't have to worry about that.

Still, I was shaken to find that there was something you didn't have. That has never happened in my experience. Must I now entertain the possibility that it could someday happen again? I suppose I must.
Possible 5600 sighting. https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Vintage-S...wAAOSwS89d5KLK
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
Those are pretty much "unobtainium," in my experience. When I needed one, I fabricated my own out of a piece of 1/2" steel rod (the radius closely matches that of the original). Slice off a section to fit the recess in the post cap, drill a hole through it, split it to match the original piece, and tap the hole with M5 thread:
Thanks,that will make a fun project.
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Originally Posted by Barry2
I find half the battle in finding a unique nut, is knowing why it exists. Then you can go looking for others to meet that need.
So... I think I got close.
Those are Roll In T Nuts. Not sure they will work in aluminium, but now you have a description.
Those particular ones are on EBay

All the best

Barry
Thanks, Barry. Ill poke around and see what I can find. It does help immensely when knows what something called! Weve got a great hardware store a good bike ride away with all sorts of fasteners. Now knowing they are a thing with a name maybe I can find something there.
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Looking for a quill stem for a 1" fork. Alternatively, I would take just the wedge, because stupid me threw it away by mistake.
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Originally Posted by popefelix
Looking for a quill stem for a 1" fork. Alternatively, I would take just the wedge, because stupid me threw it away by mistake.
Boy, that was!

Someone likely has a wedge, if you mean the bog standard wedge. Some stems used conical expanders. If you're getting a stem, what length do you need?
Help us help you!
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Originally Posted by Vintage_Cyclist
Thanks--pretty sure those are both the shorter-cage 5000 version.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
jonwvara, your link isn't working for me. is this what you're looking for?



Close--that's the 5000 model, which is the one I already have. (I also have the front derailleur pictured.) I'm looking for the 5600 version, which has a longer cage and a capacity of 40 teeth, rather than 34, like the one pictured. I think there might have been a couple of iterations of the 5600--on one, the bottom part of the cage was squared off at the bottom, rather than rounded. But there may also have been a rounded version of the 5600. I did once have a squared-off 5600, but it was very worn and consequently sloppy.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
Boy, that was!

Someone likely has a wedge, if you mean the bog standard wedge. Some stems used conical expanders. If you're getting a stem, what length do you need?
Help us help you!
Probably a bog standard wedge. Fork ID is 22mm. Bolt is 6mm wide by 166mm long.
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ISO: A Sturmey-Archer FW and matching shifter. Can go for the internal mech only, and I already have an indicator if yours is missing.

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Originally Posted by jonwvara
Close--that's the 5000 model, which is the one I already have. (I also have the front derailleur pictured.) I'm looking for the 5600 version, which has a longer cage and a capacity of 40 teeth, rather than 34, like the one pictured..
Just throwing out a nutty idea, but might another model of SunTour derailleur have a long cage which can substitute for the shorter cage on the 5000? Pot another way, might the 5600 have shared a cage with a more common derailleur in SunTour's lineup?
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WTB Non Aero Campy or Shimano 27.4mm Seatpost

Looking for a Non Aero 27.4mm Campy or Shimano seatpost. FOUND ONE BUT STILL LOOKING FOR ANOTHER ONE 6-11-20

Record, Nuovo Record or any of the SR variations.

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Looking for a Non Aero 27.4mm Campy or Shimano seatpost.

Record, Nuovo Record or any of the SR variations.

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If you don't find anything here, try Trips for Kids in San Rafael. They recently reopened and should have a pretty large backup of donated parts.
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TFK San Rafael

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If you don't find anything here, try Trips for Kids in San Rafael. They recently reopened and should have a pretty large backup of donated parts.
I've been scrounging through TFK's stuff for almost 15 years. They have a lot of junk but sometimes some real jewels can be found!

Like going to an auto junk yard BITD.

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ISO Vintage Campy chorus 9 speed rear derailleur

Anyone selling? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by cudak888
ISO: A Sturmey-Archer FW and matching shifter. Can go for the internal mech only, and I already have an indicator if yours is missing.

-Kurt
Kurt, I have this combo:

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One wrinkle is that 20-tooth cog is on a threaded driver. I also have no idea if it works as I've never had it in a wheel. Interested? I'm sure we could work out a trade.

I also have other 4-speed triggers though they all seem to have relatively week springs for the lowest gear.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
Kurt, I have this combo:

One wrinkle is that 20-tooth cog is on a threaded driver. I also have no idea if it works as I've never had it in a wheel. Interested? I'm sure we could work out a trade.

I also have other 4-speed triggers though they all seem to have relatively week springs for the lowest gear.
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Living in Canada and our mailing prices are ridiculous so probably better to pay for a set than try for a trade for now. Obviously I eat the mailing.

Looking for a black set of 105 brakes and levers. Going on a Quintana Roo Superform so looking for somewhat presentable.
Any for sale? I'll post on the for sale thread if no luck here
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Hello,

I am now in a loft apt with a few bikes that fit my daily use rule. I will be this way for a year while my other bikes and “The Wife” stay in my house untouchable or so till I complete the NC uncontested divorce law...

This give me time to look for parts I really want to finish the frames I have.

ISO: Rudge “The hand” crank.

If you have one and willing to part with LMK! I want this part!

This will probably turn into a continuous hunt for other parts as I get ready to gain my workshop back.

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