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Old 07-04-20, 08:37 PM
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After a black Nevar crankset like this one:



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Originally Posted by NHmtb
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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Why not just replace the cups in the hub? I have a Record hub shell here that had the spoke holes tear out and I saved the shell. I can pull the cups and polish them and all you will need to do is the changing of the cups. PM me, or call 812-336-dave. Far easier than tearing the wheel apart and building a new wheel. Smiles, MH

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I am looking for a few small freewheel mounting spacers. You know the ones that go behind the FW before you thread it on? Or ar ethey actually for fixed cogs? Some people also use them as fixed cup spacers.

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Seeking a used 36h rear hub motor, preferably brushless. Doesn't have to be pretty at all. Not particularly picky, but it'd be nice if it can be respaced for 120mm dropouts and has a band or roller brake fitting on the left side. Would prefer trades, as I'm trying to build up an e-bike out of spares for a friend.




Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I am looking for a few small freewheel mounting spacers. You know the ones that go behind the FW before you thread it on? Or ar ethey actually for fixed cogs? Some people also use them as fixed cup spacers.
PM sent.

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Originally Posted by Miele Man
Looking for a LEFT Shimano 200GS thumbshifter. I built a bike for a friend but the store I got the 7-speed index 200GS thumbshifters only had the right shifter so I used two of them with the one on the left being used in friction mode. He likes symmetry and wants his cable to go over the front of the handlebar like the right shifter does.

It's to match this right shifter.




Thanks and cheers
I have a LH shifter that's not an exact match (it does not have any part number only "Shimano Singapore and "PI" stamped on the brite plated (not black painted) steel clamp. It has a very similar plastic handle to the 200GS shown and is friction-only. Free for the cost of postage if you want it (PM me)

I'm adding these 2 pix of the shifter I have for free/cost of shipping. If MieleMan declines it then Digger Goreman can have it.


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Originally Posted by unworthy1
I have a LH shifter that's not an exact match (it does not have any part number only "Shimano Singapore and "PI" stamped on the brite plated (not black painted) steel clamp. It has a very similar plastic handle to the 200GS shown and is friction-only. Free for the cost of postage if you want it (PM me)
PM sent!
edit:
... and bike life is good! Thanks, unworthy1
MM, hope you find your matching part!

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Wanted:

Unfluted 27.2 seatpost. Prefer 2 bolts, but not going to be super-picky. Rider quality is fine.
Braze on Front derailleur. Prefer older Shimano.
8-speed shifters (friction ok) for bar end, or Shimano brifters.

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Various stuff. Ask and I'll see if I have it.
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ISO: Two 700c forks for basic projects: one with ~ 210mm (8.3") steerer (59cm frame) and the other with ~ 182mm (7.2") steerer (57cm frame). Frames are red and orange and lugged, but I'm not picky.

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ISO: One of these somewhat cheesy, modern Raleigh square-taper cranksets:



EDIT: Even better - if someone has a black version of this crank from a 2005/6 Raleigh PUB, that'd be ideal:




Originally Posted by USAZorro
Unfluted 27.2 seatpost. Prefer 2 bolts, but not going to be super-picky. Rider quality is fine.
Would an Record 27.2 without hardware get you started? Might have a rough 27.2 Super Record here too.

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Originally Posted by cudak888


Would an Record 27.2 without hardware get you started? Might have a rough 27.2 Super Record here too.

-Kurt
Unfortunately, I don't have spare cradle fittings. Complete and rough is ok though.

afterthought (should have been up front)

I have a tapered seatpin on the bicycle in question and the saddle clamp just doesn't hold. If someone has a viable saddle clamp that would hold a Brook-ish saddle from slippage when I sit on the nose, or press back on the saddle, I believe that would also do in lieu of an entire seatpost.
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Sturmey Archer Spacers

Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I am looking for a few small freewheel mounting spacers. You know the ones that go behind the FW before you thread it on? Or ar ethey actually for fixed cogs? Some people also use them as fixed cup spacers.

Thanks
BG, search for STURMEY ARCHER HMW-127 on eBay. They're 1.6mm wide and made of steel.

DO NOT USE aluminum spacers, here's why:


Aluminum spacers work fine behind fixed BB cups but not behind a freewheel. I've squished a number of them out honking up a hill out of the saddle!

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Originally Posted by verktyg
DO NOT USE aluminum spacers, here's why:
Good thing you pointed that out. Bianchigirll - two of the ones I've put in the package for you are aluminum. One is steel and was removed from a factory-installed freewheel. That one should work.

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ISO: crank extractor/puller for Stronglight
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Originally Posted by boatsinbottles
ISO: crank extractor/puller for Stronglight
For 15+ years, I've avoided getting one....for once, I'm going to say "ditto to this"

Dibs on the second one

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I have a 14-28 Regina Gran Sport 5 speed, English thread in rider condition.

I'd like a 13-26 Regina Gran Sport 5 speed, English or Italian thread in rider condition.
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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.
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I have a Stronglight Competition from a PX10 if that suits you.
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Seatposts!
I am looking for a..

-longish 26.4mm seatpost for Mt. Fuji
-27.0 seatpost for my new Sequoia, Nitto, Sugino or SR, something nice?


What's up with people using the wrong sized posts?

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Seatposts!
What's up with people using the wrong sized posts?
Ignorance is bliss!
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Originally Posted by twolve
Seatposts!
I am looking for a..

-longish 26.4mm seatpost for Mt. Fuji
-27.0 seatpost for my new Sequoia, Nitto, Sugino or SR, something nice?


What's up with people using the wrong sized posts?
Its a non bike persons thinking:
A. I don’t care if I hurt the bike.
B. They gave me all this extra threading on the bolt, why not use it up!
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Originally Posted by SJX426
Ignorance is bliss!
Some people just don't know any better - "there's a 1/4" gap there, anything close will fit".
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ISO - Ultegra (6500) 9-speed LONG cage rear derailleur.

Have - lots of other older rear derailleurs, front derailleurs, shifters, handlebars, misc and other considerations.
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Originally Posted by twolve
Seatposts!
I am looking for a..

-longish 26.4mm seatpost for Mt. Fuji
-27.0 seatpost for my new Sequoia, Nitto, Sugino or SR, something nice?


What's up with people using the wrong sized posts?
I think I can help you with both of those. I've got a Origin8 26.4 seatpost (modern but silver) that's something like 400mm. I think I also have a 27.0 LaPrade seatpost.
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
ISO - Ultegra (6500) 9-speed LONG cage rear derailleur.

Have - lots of other older rear derailleurs, front derailleurs, shifters, handlebars, misc and other considerations.
I've got a NOS long cage Ultegra. I think it's 6600 but looks very similar to the 6500. Send me a PM.
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i might have one coming up -- acquired an old Olmo with a 93 on it, so as soon as the seized dustcap frees up (please, oh lord please) I hope to be able to offer up both crankset + extractor here.


Originally Posted by cudak888
For 15+ years, I've avoided getting one....for once, I'm going to say "ditto to this"

Dibs on the second one

-Kurt
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ISO: The missing link(s)

4 links of (nickel?) plated Regina solid links to make this hollow-pin chain long enough for me to use . 5-7 speed, I believe.
For trade:
Good Record, NR bits/clamps etc, Shimano 600 stuff, one (very worn) pound of flesh...

Solid connecting links for ensuring proper chain length were removed from this chain (incorrectly) at some point. The black version is an nos example for comparison.

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