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Old 06-01-18, 11:59 AM
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Shimano arabesque era headset for my 76 Raleigh Super Course build. Regular English thread.

I found a real nice Stronglight needle bearing headset but it does not have a bottom bearing race for the fork, Help!
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Originally Posted by dweenk
I have a tool I will lend to you, but I don't want to sell it. PM me if interested
Thanks for the offer and though it might not be used but for this one time, will continue to seek.

BTW, I see they made a few versions, one with beverage cap remover is rather convenient ;--)
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Looking for an slightly odd mountain front derailleur. Need a 34.9mm high clamp/bottom swing that is top pull.

Could be a Deore DX 651, or XT 736, or XTR 901. Possibly other models I'm not thinking off, not picky just needs to be rust free with no chrome flaking off in huge chunks.

Have all sorts of other mountain and road parts to trade, freewheels, cassettes, derailleurs. A few flick stands and Hite Rites as well.
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ISO 110 BCD chainring. Middle ring of a 110/74 triple MT60. Something in the 36t range? Not needing brand new, but serviceable. Have lots to trade, 105 and 600 stuff.
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ISO: Ciocc threaded fork for 57CM frame
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ISO dust/bearing cap for SR 150 pedal




Hi folks,
I need the gray plastic dust/bearing cap for an SR 150 pedal or a link to what might fit. Part doesn't need to be anything special, just want to keep the dirt and water out. I have a set steel Lyotard pedals that are correct vintage for the build, but are heavy and don't look as nice.
Lots of vintage bits and pieces to trade.
Thanks and regards,

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Originally Posted by samer0214
ISO: Shimano ST-6400 Right Shifter. Thank you.
Is it possible that no one has one of those to sell or trade?
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I will check when I get home from my work travels, but I think the ultegra brifters I have are 9-speed.
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Originally Posted by samer0214
Is it possible that no one has one of those to sell or trade?
The right ones go first, because they are shifted more often. They come up on eBay from time to time, but mostly what you'll find are pairs.
And over time, fewer and fewer of them in good condition.
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Originally Posted by mobilemail
I will check when I get home from my work travels, but I think the ultegra brifters I have are 9-speed.
Those would still work for me. Please let me know, thank you!

Originally Posted by rccardr
The right ones go first, because they are shifted more often. They come up on eBay from time to time, but mostly what you'll find are pairs.
And over time, fewer and fewer of them in good condition.
A left only would still work for me as I'm only looking for a spring to replace a broken one, and they are interchangeable. I've checked eBay and you are correct, what's on offering is in terrible condition.
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Originally Posted by samer0214
Those would still work for me. Please let me know, thank you!



A left only would still work for me as I'm only looking for a spring to replace a broken one, and they are interchangeable. I've checked eBay and you are correct, what's on offering is in terrible condition.
I will check when I get home and let you know in a day or two exactly what I have. They aren't exactly beautiful, but I believe they are functional, and I'm happy to see if we can just swap something for it.
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Originally Posted by mobilemail
I will check when I get home and let you know in a day or two exactly what I have. They aren't exactly beautiful, but I believe they are functional, and I'm happy to see if we can just swap something for it.
Sounds good. Thank you sir!
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ISO: Suntour Sprint Rear Derailleur

ISO: Suntour Sprint rear derailleur. Prefer 7000 version but anything is better than the deore mega 9 that is currently on my Circuit. Need to trade at the moment.

I have: pretty nice 1050 brake calipers, 170mm 1050 Crankset, 1050 left shifter and front derailleur. OR perhaps you can use a really really nice 3T ARX Team threadless stem? 120mm -17 degrees 31.8 clamp and 3T ARX Pro Rotundo 42mm bars 31.8 in equally hardly used condition. I'd let the bars and stem go for a nice derailleur and 7s 13-24 Suntour FW.

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Originally Posted by samer0214
ISO: Shimano ST-6400 Right Shifter. Thank you.
I have one. PM me. I actually have a pair. PM me anyway.....
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I have one. PM me. I actually have a pair. PM me anyway.....
PM sent.
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Originally Posted by Classtime
ISO: Suntour Sprint rear derailleur. Prefer 7000 version but anything is better than the deore mega 9 that is currently on my Circuit. Need to trade at the moment.

I have: pretty nice 1050 brake calipers, 170mm 1050 Crankset, 1050 left shifter and front derailleur. OR perhaps you can use a really really nice 3T ARX Team threadless stem? 120mm -17 degrees 31.8 clamp and 3T ARX Pro Rotundo 42mm bars 31.8 in equally hardly used condition. I'd let the bars and stem go for a nice derailleur and 7s 13-24 Suntour FW.
I have a Sprint RD that is missing the mounting bolt (takes the same bolt as a Cyclone GT). And I am pretty sure I also have a spare Suntour 7s 13-24 freewheel. I can check tonight.
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Originally Posted by samer0214
Is it possible that no one has one of those to sell or trade?
PM sent.
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ISO 7 speed HG freehub. I took a UG freehub off and I’m trying to build a 9 of 10 on 7 for my Touring Bike for funsies
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ISO: Center bolt for Campy Super Record calipers. Rounded. I lost one god knows when.


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An acorn nut from a brake pad holder works on the end of the brake pivot bolt. Many of these are aluminum, so you can think of it as a super-light "upgrade."
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
An acorn nut from a brake pad holder works on the end of the brake pivot bolt. Many of these are aluminum, so you can think of it as a super-light "upgrade."
I Googled acorn nut bicycles and the images arent pretty.
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ISO- Noah arc bars/25.4 clamp, 9.5" compresionless housing (vintage steel wound kind) for rdr and long cable yolk for rear center pull caliper on a mixte
Trade stuff: 175-52/42 crankset; 120 sr quill stem/25.4 clamp; look pedals and beartrap (9/16's) need overhaul; simplex rdr; avocet usa saddles (identical, yet labled w1 and w2) Pics to follow....

also a suntour cyclone fd. Email may be best- jujubean53@yahoo.com SIMPLEX RDR GONE

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trying to shrink my pics/ lol

not showing up :9 uploaded but not showing. Anyway the simplex rdr is a 630 longcage/direct mount. Saddles are black with bag loops and in good shape. Thanks for the patience. Email jujubean53@yahoo.com

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ISO decent 56cm frame for singlespeed conversion

The singlespeed commuter I built up for my daughter a dozen years ago finally got stolen from the rack at the hospital where she works, so I'm looking for a suitable road frame and fork to build up a replacement. Hi-ten or generic cro-mo would be fine. Bad paint not a problem but I'd prefer not to deal with substantial rust or major dents. I'd strongly prefer reasonably local pickup (I'm in Vermont, but get to the Boston area occasionally), given that shipping the kind of frame I have in mind is likely to approximate the value of the frame itself.

Can anyone help me out? I have assorted exchange media.
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