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Old 07-27-20, 03:01 PM
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Looking for a Shimano BB-5500 V1 Octalink cartridge bottom bracket.
I need the one for a double crank which is 68 x 109.5.Only other one I've seen was the 68 x 118.5 which is for the triple (oddly, triple BB-5500's seem a lot cheaper).

I got one as part of a bundled group deal but these bottom brackets seem to be an evolutionary dead end so getting kind of hard to find. Figured I'd ask if anyone has one in a drawer they'll never use........

Will pay cash for a new one.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
I'm always open to add more Specialized touring pedals to the bikes in my stable. I've got some Specialized track, Phil Wood and pistafied Campy SL pedals to use as trade material. Depleting my bank account is also an option.
Hey Skip, about 2wks after I made this post I had to fly to Switzerland for work, and I don't want to recount what happened in the weeks and months after return. Pedals were the least of my concerns.

Needless to say, they're still around, they spin very smooth. I really like them, pulled them off one my occasional riders a couple years ago to clean them up, bought some black gun bluing to refinish the side plates, never got to it. Missing one of the dust caps (RIP).

Pedals are great but I've realized I'm low on spindles right now. I could specifically use a few different lengths of 70mm/ITA spindles and it wouldn't hurt to have a couple of random 68mm also. Nothing fancy required, but it would really help if they're triple-capable (120-123mm range)..




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PS - Only reason pedal-for-pedal trade wont work - this is my pedal overflow bin. Doesn't include anything I've got tucked into project boxes I use to keep frames with their parts. The number of pedals around my place is too damn high!



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Originally Posted by francophile
PS - Only reason pedal-for-pedal trade wont work - this is my pedal overflow bin. Doesn't include anything I've got tucked into project boxes I use to keep frames with their parts. The number of pedals around my place is too damn high!



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I've been intermittently searching for 1/2" pedals that would look at home on a '66 Schwinn 3 speed. I have pedals for it, but the right spindle is bent, the rubber blocks roll around underfoot, and they weren't built to be rebuildable. That might be too low brow for your bin, but I'd be happy to help with your overpopulation problem.

I'll check through my pulled spindles, I might have some long JIS 68mm spindles in good shape. I honestly don't remember if I pulled them because the spindles were worn, or the cups were worn.
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Originally Posted by francophile
Hey Skip, about 2wks after I made this post I had to fly to Switzerland for work, and I don't want to recount what happened in the weeks and months after return. Pedals were the least of my concerns.

Needless to say, they're still around, they spin very smooth. I really like them, pulled them off one my occasional riders a couple years ago to clean them up, bought some black gun bluing to refinish the side plates, never got to it. Missing one of the dust caps (RIP).

Pedals are great but I've realized I'm low on spindles right now. I could specifically use a few different lengths of 70mm/ITA spindles and it wouldn't hurt to have a couple of random 68mm also. Nothing fancy required, but it would really help if they're triple-capable (120-123mm range)..
I'm interested (lack of dust cap is no problem - I can source them), but I doubt I can help much with bb spindles. I'll look, but I think I disposed of most of mine not long ago. I'll ping you off-list. Perhaps we can figure out a suitable trade.
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Originally Posted by cudak888
I have found stainless 3D prints to be quite rough and inaccurate from Shapeways; not worth the cost.

3D Hubs offers the CNCing, and from the few .STEP files I've tested, the pricing appears as if it may be more reasonable for a small part of accuracy like this.

Still, I think pulling off anything to be competitive with NOS pieces for $40 would be fairly difficult.

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No real world reason to be set on stainless. Shapeways black steel has held up fine, both strength wise and corrosion wise, for me on the Huret RD locating tabbed washers. Pretty similar stress applications; I'd have no issue using the plain black steel for the Campy RD locator. If I had one, it would already be getting printed to test my theory out.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
I've been intermittently searching for 1/2" pedals that would look at home on a '66 Schwinn 3 speed. I have pedals for it, but the right spindle is bent, the rubber blocks roll around underfoot, and they weren't built to be rebuildable. That might be too low brow for your bin, but I'd be happy to help with your overpopulation problem.

I'll check through my pulled spindles, I might have some long JIS 68mm spindles in good shape. I honestly don't remember if I pulled them because the spindles were worn, or the cups were worn.
Got the 68mm spindle squared away. Now I'm hunting a 120-123ish 70mm spindle (measuring 55mm between edge races, "B" measure below versus the 52mm most 68mm spindles show). A+B+C measure is negligible for me as long as overall is 120-123mm

I don't have any of the old rubber-block pedals, but I do have a pair of older rat traps that may fit the bill. Yours for the cost of shipping. I can measure any part of the rat-traps you want, just let me know.

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Originally Posted by nesteel
No real world reason to be set on stainless. Shapeways black steel has held up fine, both strength wise and corrosion wise, for me on the Huret RD locating tabbed washers. Pretty similar stress applications; I'd have no issue using the plain black steel for the Campy RD locator. If I had one, it would already be getting printed to test my theory out.
Their basic "bronzed-silver" material (a horrible name for it) isa 60% stainless 40% bronze mix. Far as I know, every Shapeways steel material is the same thing.

"Black Steel" is the same material, with black iron oxide added to the surface. Price is the same for either. Case in point, a pair of custom hex bit tools comes out to a whopping $30, no matter which steel material is chosen. They also led me on a merry-go-round when I ordered them, wound up charging me $7 extra as they docked me for having a sprue on it initially, and after a month of delays, STILL won't be shipping them to me until the 12th of August.




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Originally Posted by cudak888
Their basic "bronzed-silver" material (a horrible name for it) isa 60% stainless 40% bronze mix. Far as I know, every Shapeways steel material is the same thing.

"Black Steel" is the same material, with black iron oxide added to the surface. Price is the same for either. Case in point, a pair of custom hex bit tools comes out to a whopping $30, no matter which steel material is chosen. They also led me on a merry-go-round when I ordered them, wound up charging me $7 extra as they docked me for having a sprue on it initially, and after a month of delays, STILL won't be shipping them to me until the 12th of August.




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What, exactly, do those bits fit??
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
What, exactly, do those bits fit??

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Originally Posted by francophile
.S.. [ I've got some pedals ] ...
Thanks all... francophile and I found a pedal/spindle sweet spot.
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Small forward frame triangle bag

The most space I have is defined by a triangle of 6"x6"x4". The short side is from tube to tube, long sides running along the tubes. Anyone having something that will fit that space?

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Originally Posted by nesteel
If I had one, it would already be getting printed to test my theory out.
If I find more than one, I'll drop in the the mail to you.

cudak888 Sounds like the process can take some time, which makes some sense. Did you price out a quantity greater than 2? Wonder at what scale they begin a price break, or if they do.
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ISO: Athena or Chorus first gen loose-ball bottom bracket with its 111mm spindle.

Just got my hands on a Chorus crank, but no bb. The bike had a Shimano bb, but the 116mm symmetrical spindle is toast. I want to get away from JIS this time.

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cudak888 Sounds like the process can take some time, which makes some sense. Did you price out a quantity greater than 2? Wonder at what scale they begin a price break, or if they do.
It's just a *very* slow queue, and I'm fairly ticked off that after spending two weeks with a very apologetic support team that they only expedited the *shipping* and still billed the extra $7.

They don't discount quantity, far as I know.

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Originally Posted by WGB
Looking for a Shimano BB-5500 V1 Octalink cartridge bottom bracket.
I need the one for a double crank which is 68 x 109.5.Only other one I've seen was the 68 x 118.5 which is for the triple (oddly, triple BB-5500's seem a lot cheaper).

I got one as part of a bundled group deal but these bottom brackets seem to be an evolutionary dead end so getting kind of hard to find. Figured I'd ask if anyone has one in a drawer they'll never use........

Will pay cash for a new one.
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@francophile, have you got any symmetrical rattrap pedals?
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Originally Posted by noglider
@francophile, have you got any symmetrical rattrap pedals?
Yep. Do you want heavy, or heavier?

I think I have a pair of solid steel Unions or similar, and several Lyotard 136R in various states. I'm pretty sure all of them are 9/16 vs. metric if it matters. I don't think I have anything lightweight like the super-amazing ultralight MKS Sylvain Touring pedals.

Oh, and I haven't forgotten about you sending me the spoke nipples in ... uh ... creative packaging. Got a good chuckle out of that. Let me know what you need.
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I don’t remember sending nipples. Did I use a weed package or something?

Lyotard pedals are generally nice. Do I have your email address?
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I don’t remember sending nipples. Did I use a weed package or something?

Lyotard pedals are generally nice. Do I have your email address?
It was seriously one of the funniest things anyone has ever sent me. Anthony Weiner ring any bells?

I'll reply back on our prior email about the spoke nipples. Maybe it'll spark a memory.
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ISO: Stronglight triple spindle (122mm+)
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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...

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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It was seriously one of the funniest things anyone has ever sent me. Anthony Weiner ring any bells?

I'll reply back on our prior email about the spoke nipples. Maybe it'll spark a memory.
​​​​​​ Don't you dare leave the rest of us in suspense.
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