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Old 07-16-20, 04:03 AM
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Originally Posted by nlerner
I'm sure there was some Japanese manufacturer who copied Stronglight's 122bcd pattern until they came to their senses and realized how relatively useless it is!
Yes, but so French....

Sheldon Brown's dissertation on French bikes still opens with that wonderful epigraph from Victor Hugo (I just looked it up; it's from Les Miserables): "The beautiful is as useful as the useful."
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Originally Posted by nlerner
I'm sure there was some Japanese manufacturer who copied Stronglight's 122bcd pattern until they came to their senses and realized how relatively useless it is!
AFAIK, no Japanese cranks were made for 122mm BCD. Sutherlands (4th edition) seems to bear this out:
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
If I need 122, how is 118 going to work? I do appreciate the notices though!
Fair point. I just snivelled into your thread with some self promotion. I'm not sure I've seen a 122 made by the Japanese. Pics?
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Originally Posted by clubman
Fair point. I just snivelled into your thread with some self promotion. I'm not sure I've seen a 122 made by the Japanese. Pics?
Coming tonight! Coffee break then finishing up these deliveries.
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Originally Posted by clubman
Fair point. I just snivelled into your thread with some self promotion. I'm not sure I've seen a 122 made by the Japanese. Pics?
On the off chance these 71mm hole distance Re really 69.4, I could use a 50t Sugino!
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PM to you on the 118 chainrings.

To everyone else... thanks but my goof on 122 measure. Oh and John, I’m saving that list you put up!
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WTT: Hardly-ridden Honey Brooks Flyer for carved version. Prefer black, but any color.

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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
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PM to you on the 118 chainrings.

To everyone else... thanks but my goof on 122 measure. Oh and John, Iím saving that list you put up!
I've also got a few 118s that I'll never use--newish, I think; not sure what the tooth counts are but would be happy to look.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
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PM to you on the 118 chainrings.

To everyone else... thanks but my goof on 122 measure. Oh and John, Iím saving that list you put up!
Still looking for the 50...should have the time tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by ascherer
WTT: Hardly-ridden Honey Brooks Flyer for carved version. Prefer black, but any color.

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I have a plain black flyer if you find no takers, I might swap my uncarved black version for your honey.
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Originally Posted by bwilli88
I have a plain black flyer if you find no takers, I might swap my uncarved black version for your honey.
Thanks, bwilli88 but I'm gonna hold out for a carved. In the meanwhile my C17 carved is going back on.
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ISO Early 70's 3TTT RECORD Stems - 75mm to 90mm FOUND

THANKS EVERYONE - I FOUND 3 OF THEM!

Looking for some early 70's 3TTT RECORD stems for some frames I'm building up. 75mm to 95mm length.

These stems were produced in inch (22.2mm) and metric (22.0mm) diameter quills. The standard bar diameter was 26mm but stems for 25.4mm (1") bars were produced for the UK market.

They were my favorite stems BITD so I'm open for whatever you might have. I have repop decals for them plus lots of Semichrome...





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Originally Posted by verktyg
Looking for some early 70's 3TTT RECORD stems for some frames I'm building up. 75mm to 95mm length.

These stems were produced in inch (22.2mm) and metric (22.0mm) diameter quills. The standard bar diameter was 26mm but stems for 25.4mm (1") bars were produced for the UK market.

They were my favorite stems BITD so I'm open for whatever you might have. I have repop decals for them plus lots of Semichrome...





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Verktyg,
Two of those are in the C&V sales sheet "Mega parts sale". HTH, MH

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ISO: Everthing that goes between the shifter and the outer locknut on a Sturmey Archer hub. Not sure exactly what parts this entails: an indicator chain for sure... A specific cable and housing? A cable anchor that connects to the indicator?
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ISO: Everthing that goes between the shifter and the outer locknut on a Sturmey Archer hub. Not sure exactly what parts this entails: an indicator chain for sure... A specific cable and housing? A cable anchor that connects to the indicator?
Depends on the bike. Some SA equipped bikes have cable housing running the whole length from the shifter to the indicator. Others have some part of the cable with no housing. There's also the question of cable housing color, if you have a preference.
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Depends on the bike. Some SA equipped bikes have cable housing running the whole length from the shifter to the indicator. Others have some part of the cable with no housing. There's also the question of cable housing color, if you have a preference.
Ah ok. It's a ~67 Schwinn Breeze. It looks like there's a cable stop on the downtube, so partial housing; the little wheel is behind the chainring. I'm happy to use standard road cable/housing, which I have, but I'm not sure if Sturmey require a special cable/housing? Any color would be fine.
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Does anyone have a 5 speed index rear derailleur laying around? I picked up an old muscle bike and Im trying to get it back on the road. The original derailleur was not salvageable. let me know, I have a few things for trade or some cash thanks!
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Does anyone have a 5 speed index rear derailleur laying around? I picked up an old muscle bike and Im trying to get it back on the road. The original derailleur was not salvageable. let me know, I have a few things for trade or some cash thanks!
What was on there?
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What was on there?
It was so rusted out I couldnt get any info off of it. The hanger did say schwinn on it and it seemed to be all one piece so maybe so maybe just some low end stuff?

here's the bike as found
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Originally Posted by xRyan
Does anyone have a 5 speed index rear derailleur laying around? I picked up an old muscle bike and Im trying to get it back on the road. The original derailleur was not salvageable. let me know, I have a few things for trade or some cash thanks!
I don't think your original derailleur was indexed. The indexing, if any, was in the shifter. At any rate a derailleur made for 6 speeds will certainly work for 5, and (with the right shifter) should index. Yes, I said "should" which means, well, who knows.
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Originally Posted by xRyan
Does anyone have a 5 speed index rear derailleur laying around? I picked up an old muscle bike and Im trying to get it back on the road. The original derailleur was not salvageable. let me know, I have a few things for trade or some cash thanks!
First, the RD was not indexing nor is the shifter, just about any old RD with a claw hanger will work for your needs like the Schwinn approved one you removed. If you can't find one local I am sure I have something around here that would work just let me know.

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They used a positron on a lot of the muscle bikes...
Shimano derailleurs - Positron indexing insanity
It uses a thicker cable.
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If it's Positron, I have a Positron II RD which may work. Might require cinch bolt hardware from the original RD.

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Originally Posted by curbtender
They used a positron on a lot of the muscle bikes...
Shimano derailleurs - Positron indexing insanity
It uses a thicker cable.
Originally Posted by cudak888
If it's Positron, I have a Positron II RD which may work. Might require cinch bolt hardware from the original RD.

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This is the one that I pulled off, its nice and crust bit maybe someone can ID it

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