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Old 07-20-20, 12:17 PM
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Originally Posted by xRyan
This is the one that I pulled off, its nice and crust bit maybe someone can ID it


I wonder why the lower pulley is bypassed. Frankly, if you have an evaporust bath, drop that hunk of rust in and see what it looks like in 24 hours.
EDIT: This matches a Shimano Eagle-SS derailleur from Shimano. If you squint at the rust on the outer plate, you can make out "Fcole."

Sorta like a nethack eroded engraving...

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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam

I wonder why the lower pulley is bypassed. Frankly, if you have an evaporust bath, drop that hunk of rust in and see what it looks like in 24 hours.
I don't think it is. In your mind, dissolve the rust and turn the pulley cage 180 degreees clockwise.

That is some epic rust.
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Looking for a few things to complete an upright commuter bike. Has Huret dropouts, so I have mostly French bits on there (Huret, TA), but open to anything really. It's more or less a parts bin bike.

-Lyotard 460D (or similar) pedals. Have a set with French-threading, but need some with English threading
-Upright handlebar/City bike levers (with 22.2mm clamps). Don't want it to be too upright though. I like the shape of Nitto Jitensha or VO Postino/Porteur bars, so would prefer something along those lines.
-Chainstay derailleur cable guide
-Clamp-on downtube shifters. Bike is from the early 70's, so something period appropriate is preferred, but again not too picky.

Have lots of random parts kicking around. Derailleurs, brake levers/calipers, handlebars, pedals, small parts, etc. Let me know if there's anything you're looking for. Thanks!
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Not a Positron. Looks like one of those attempts at copying the Huret/Schwinn derailer guards.

Probably quite appropriate to throw a 1970's Shimano derailer on this thing.

Originally Posted by madpogue
I don't think it is. In your mind, dissolve the rust and turn the pulley cage 180 degreees clockwise.

That is some epic rust.
Nope, it really is run incorrectly, unless that derailer was meant to work like an old pull-chain Simplex

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



Looks like this Shimano Eagle (Ebay photo; not mine):

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Originally Posted by retrofit
Looks like this Shimano Eagle (Ebay photo; not mine)
No wonder I thought Shimano. Guess the memory knew what it was, but couldn't quite place it.

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Thanks But Not The Same Stems

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Verktyg,
Two of those are in the C&V sales sheet "Mega parts sale". HTH, MH
Thanks for the suggestion but the ones offered in the "Mega Parts Sale" are not the same as what I'm looking for...

I have stems coming out the wazoo but the particular 3TTT Record stems I'm looking for were produced from 1970? to 1973.

They came on a lot of better quality Italian bikes from that era plus Raleigh Pro, Team Pro and RRA models, and Motobecane Le Champions.






Cinelli stems and the 2nd generation 3TTT Record stems were elegant but there's something about the mechanical sculptured look of those early 70's Record stems....

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Refugee from Kia

Originally Posted by xRyan
I'm feeling ill.... Not COVID but RUST!

Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz, oh what a relief it is.....





I'LL BE BACK....

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

Some Simichrome and little elbow grease and that will look just fine....
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
Some Simichrome and little elbow grease and that will look just fine....
You forgot about the new derailleur part.
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Stem

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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I have one someplace... Happy to pass it along, when I find it. Not attached to it the way I am to my mid '70s Mavics, (with planes, not the round ones). Those, to quote Charlton Heston...
I just have to find it. Not sure of the length, but IIR not long.
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Originally Posted by Last ride 76
I have one someplace... Happy to pass it along, when I find it. Not attached to it the way I am to my mid '70s Mavics, (with planes, not the round ones). Those, to quote Charlton Heston...
I just have to find it. Not sure of the length, but IIR not long.
I like your kitchen utensils...
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Originally Posted by Last ride 76
I have one someplace... Happy to pass it along, when I find it. Not attached to it the way I am to my mid '70s Mavics, (with planes, not the round ones). Those, to quote Charlton Heston...
I just have to find it. Not sure of the length, but IIR not long.
Those 3T Record and Gran-Prix stems have best aesthetics. I am currently working on a project that will include a Record stem.
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I like your kitchen utensils...
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Thanks for that.

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Originally Posted by tyler_fred
Those 3T Record and Gran-Prix stems have best aesthetics. I am currently working on a project that will include a Record stem.
In '75 they seemed oldy-timey to me. I was a weight-conscious techno-geeky type. Think drillium/Radial hi-e front wheel. When I got a track bike that February, I replaced the chrome Cinelli bars and stem with a Mavic, and alloy bars. Yeah, I know, now. I wasn't even 17. Comfy chair, for sure.
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REI site says these are no longer available and I am looking for a pair, please.

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Hi,
I am looking for a steel 650c fork.....anything out there? Some stuff to trade or greenbacks.
PM is the best for me.
Thanks, Ben
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Hi,
I am looking for a steel 650c fork.....anything out there? Some stuff to trade or greenbacks.
PM is the best for me.
Thanks, Ben
Benotto?
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I was a bit of a hamfisted mechanic and stripped the binder bolt plate on my Laprade seatpost. I'm in need of the aluminum style of clamp. Alternatively, I would take a 26.6 seatpost as long as it has fluting and is in good condition. Except the Sugino "KC" style. Ain't nobody need those in their life.
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Motobecane bar wrap - one-piece fake stitched

This actually looks pretty good. It's from a MB Interclub tandem I'm strippping. I'm pretty sure I can get it off without any tears, how you winkle it back on to a set of bars is up to you. It had Mafac Racers and the housings were INSIDE the black extended-bits - I figure you have to shove them on before you slid the whole arrangement on.





The stem end has a bit that says BREV MOTOBECANE and FAB HUTCHINSON:





What I'm after:


Triomphe 170 left crank arm

one - or two - old style single-side friction shifters that mount on the stem.

Girardengo decals

broken gold-anodized SLJ front mech (I only need the arm to which the cable bolts)

broken Gran Sport rear gear (I only need one round bit that sits between the knuckle and the cage)

two TA ref 64 crank ring bolts/washers/nuts - the one that fit in the 6-bolt circle

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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
Hi,
I am looking for a steel 650c fork.....anything out there? Some stuff to trade or greenbacks.
PM is the best for me.
Thanks, Ben
Steel? No.
But I have a carbon fiber one you can have for a song. 1" threaded steerer.
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
Hi,
I am looking for a steel 650c fork.....anything out there? Some stuff to trade or greenbacks.
PM is the best for me.
Thanks, Ben
I may have one and if I do it's steel and good quality (but might have sold it) If I do find it I'll PM ya. BTW it has/had yellow paint.
Sorry no dice it has left the building...but I do have some 700C forks and maybe a 27" too so you "folks who need forks", LMK your specifics

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Originally Posted by verktyg
Thanks for the suggestion but the ones offered in the "Mega Parts Sale" are not the same as what I'm looking for...
The one I had was too long for your needs, but it was from 1972. It was the right model, but wrong length. Another forum member scooped it up. They are nice stems!
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ISO: Avenir Frame bag. BLK/ RD

found. Thank you rccardr

found the exact one . Thanks eom


Long shot :

Looking for this same frame bag. Just in better condition/ not faded.

have random stuff to trade just LMK, also got cash.



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WTB 56-58cm Raleigh International

Looking for an International frameset in size 56-58. Would prefer a frameset as this is more of a self-proposed build project, but I might consider a complete bike if the price was good. I have some things I would be willing to trade, but in the case of trades I would prefer to deal locally in the South-East Wisconsin or Northern Illinois area.

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