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Old 06-29-20, 06:37 AM
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Originally Posted by AeroGut
Just a heads up - the 105 pedals (PD-1050) use a slightly different plate. It doesn't have the raised wings on the side. MIght still be fine for you, depending on what shoes you're using. You can see in this image from the internet:
Thanks. I removed the 105 type from my request. Not having much luck with these. The fellow I bought the bike from couldn't find the N600 pedals that belonged to it and the fellow I bought the toe-clips from can't find the plates.

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I need a 1" fork crown race that's a narrower diameter than most. I fixed up a Fiori Venezia that had a Campagnolo Triomphe groupset on it.

I stripped the Fiori Venezia of all the Triomphe components including the headset.

I then began building the Fiori Venezia up with other things I had here.

The crown race on the Fiori Venezia had a narrower diameter than does the headset I used. I had shimmed the crown race. However the guy I sold the bike to does not like/trust a shimmed crown race. So...

I need a crown race that's narrow like the Triomphe one that came with the bike originally or a complete headset of the proper crown race size. This is a standard 1" fork.

Thanks and cheers
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Old 06-29-20, 10:54 PM
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ISO: Any generic 100mm front disc hub for a video project where I show how to adjust a cable-operated disc brake.

Even better if it has a disc on it (I'll find out what diameter will work in the morning - will check the fork).

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Old 06-30-20, 12:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Miele Man
I need a 1" fork crown race... The crown race on the Fiori Venezia had a narrower diameter than does the headset I used. I had shimmed the crown race. However the guy I sold the bike to does not like/trust a shimmed crown race.
A couple things you could do ...

- Measure the fork crown to determine the race needed.
- Use a knurling tool on the fork crown to enlarge the diameter.
- Use a Loctite retaining compound, as shown below.

https://www.henkel-adhesives.com/us/...compounds.html
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
A couple things you could do ...

- Measure the fork crown to determine the race needed.
- Use a knurling tool on the fork crown to enlarge the diameter.
- Use a Loctite retaining compound, as shown below.

https://www.henkel-adhesives.com/us/...compounds.html
Bought a Triomphe headset on Ebay today. All is good.

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Originally Posted by Miele Man
Bought a Triomphe headset on Ebay today. All is good.

Thanks and cheers
This entire saga made me chuckle.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
This entire saga made me chuckle.
Glad that you found my difficulties amusing. We can all use a chuckle in these trying times.

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If three posts constitutes a "saga", what would you call the empty box and sealed box threads?
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Looky here now Pogue!
I did finally open the box! but I wasn't selling the new in un-opened box brake levers. Epic is at least 100 posts. Saga has to be less. Har Har! MH
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ISO:
  • A French headset. Something 1960's-looking, but functional. I'm going down the rabbit hole of trying to builda French bike again. Don't ask.
  • A SRAM X-5 9-speed right hand MTB shifter.
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madpogue, I'll agree with Mad Honk. Those empty box / sealed box threads were epic, and probably some type of shared mania. What a great time to be alive!
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Basic new/newish Shimano Left black break lever, and a preferably black thumb friction shifter for mtb flat bar.

Edit: all parts sourced!

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Pretty sure I have a basic, fair condition French headset if that would work. Id need to dig it up...

Originally Posted by cudak888
ISO:
  • A French headset. Something 1960's-looking, but functional. I'm going down the rabbit hole of trying to builda French bike again. Don't ask.
  • A SRAM X-5 9-speed right hand MTB shifter.
-Kurt
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Originally Posted by jethin
Pretty sure I have a basic, fair condition French headset if that would work. Id need to dig it up...
Would you say it'd be suitable for this?

New build: Le Porteur de Viande Mystre

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Long shot: A Simplex Tour de France or similar-ish rear derailer that's just rough, kludged, or unoriginal enough with a bunch of wrong parts to be cheap (hah, that's a laugh), but looks good and works well enough for a build trying to look older than it is.

Only has to shift three cogs.

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ISO: Silver 27mm seatpost for early 90s mtb.
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ISO mixte/step-thru.
My dad is 91 and bikes regularly, but lately he's been having trouble getting his leg over the top tube of his 1990's Diamondback hybrid. So we're looking for a medium-sized frame or bike with a low top tube. It should have multiple gears and be a fairly lightweight and decent bike/frame, not a heavy clunker.
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Originally Posted by kroozer
ISO mixte/step-thru.
My dad is 91 and bikes regularly, but lately he's been having trouble getting his leg over the top tube of his 1990's Diamondback hybrid. So we're looking for a medium-sized frame or bike with a low top tube. It should have multiple gears and be a fairly lightweight and decent bike/frame, not a heavy clunker.
I have a Nishiki Sports mixte in decent shape (completely rideable, some paint chips, new brake and shifter inners and outers, will soon need new tires) but I am in Maryland and he is in Mexico. That sounds like expensive shipping. PM me anyway.

I forgot to ask if you want a complete bike, or ftame, fork, etc.






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If no one else is going to say it, i will.

91? Still riding?

YOUR DAD ROCKS!!!
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kroozer
If no one else is going to say it, i will.

91? Still riding?

YOUR DAD ROCKS!!!
Yeah big kudos to him. I've jammed my knee, or worse, into the occasional Brooks cantle plate and I'm only 62. And ouch, a lot.
Note to future self, N+mixte = happy mounts
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ISO, Looking for both, a 48t Shimano Biopace and a 44t Shimano Biopace chainrings. It will be a little hard to trade stuff, let me know a price. Looking for rings with little use.
must be the same BCD, 130 or 110.
Would be nice to have a matching 30t in 74BCD
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I have both in 110. PM me.

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ISO: Campagnolo Nuovo Tipo high flange rear hub. Unfortunately the cups on the rear hub of my Gitane Champion du Monde are pitted so I need a new one. If you don't have an axle, that is fine, my original is probably sufficient. Would rather pay $, for ease of transaction, but open to trade if there is something you are looking for
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WTB: Shimano 14T or 15T UniGlide 2nd Position Sprocket

I'm looking for a 14T or 15T Shimano 6, 7 or 8 speed "twist tooth" UniGlide 2nd position cassette sprocket, the one that goes behind the screw-on sprocket.

These came in 2 styles: 1. with the the splines on the rear, towards the hub and 2. with the splines on the outside face.

I need type 1.



Here's a 15T for a 7 or 8 speed cassette.



The 7-8 speed sprockets are 5mm thick. The 6 speeds are 5.5mm thick but 0.5mm (0.20") isn't going to make that much difference.



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