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Old 08-21-20, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
I'm not following. Your hub shell failed at the lockring threads, or the lockring itself failed? If the hub shell failed, somehow, I don't consider it useful for anything but parts.
You have a much clearer explanation than me

The hub shell itself failed at the lockring threads. Cog threads are still good, so it's still usable as a singlespeed hub or running a fixed cog without a lockring.
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Originally Posted by abshipp
You have a much clearer explanation than me

The hub shell itself failed at the lockring threads. Cog threads are still good, so it's still usable as a singlespeed hub or running a fixed cog without a lockring.
Picture, please...
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Originally Posted by Last ride 76
Picture, please...




*edit* Looks like there's only about 5mm of space between the face that the cog bottoms out on and the beginning of the lock ring threads, but the cog I had on there is 7.5mm wide and my other cog is 8mm. Maybe I was trying to rely on too few threads. But if that was the case then this lockring would be close to useless for anyone

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Originally Posted by abshipp


Nah, there's still two good threads on there. 😬
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Originally Posted by abshipp




*edit* Looks like there's only about 5mm of space between the face that the cog bottoms out on and the beginning of the lock ring threads, but the cog I had on there is 7.5mm wide and my other cog is 8mm. Maybe I was trying to rely on too few threads. But if that was the case then this lockring would be close to useless for anyone
We should discuss this in a new thread. I agree with your assessment, though.
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I have an origin 8 flip flop hub here laced into a 36* rim both are black anodized. Hub is sealed bearing and needs a spacer and lock nut, comes with cog and lock ring, tire as well for cost of shipping. It needs a new home and if you don't want it, It is available to the forum community. Pm me. Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by abshipp




*edit* Looks like there's only about 5mm of space between the face that the cog bottoms out on and the beginning of the lock ring threads, but the cog I had on there is 7.5mm wide and my other cog is 8mm. Maybe I was trying to rely on too few threads. But if that was the case then this lockring would be close to useless for anyone
I'm not sure what the thinnest cogs would be, but (aware that skid stopping puts a jolt to everything), I think it's just as it looks, the aluminum failed . Fatigue probably played a role. But even if you had more threads engaged, I'm not sure it changes anything. It failed in the thinnest section of the circumference, not by stripping the threads. There might be some spreading of the stress depending how the inner and outer pieces are attached, but if swaged at the ends for instance, no reduction. I think it was going to fail even if more threads head been engaged by the locknut. Wow. Thanks for the photos, I really didn't picture it properly in my head.
Glad you're ok.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
abshipp,
I have an origin 8 flip flop hub here laced into a 36* rim both are black anodized. Hub is sealed bearing and needs a spacer and lock nut, comes with cog and lock ring, tire as well for cost of shipping. It needs a new home and if you don't want it, It is available to the forum community. Pm me. Smiles, MH
If abshipp does not want this, I will.
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i found plenty online goggling "salsa side entry". Here's one example
https://www.treefortbikes.com/Salsa-Side-Entry-Water-Bottle-Cage
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ISO T.A. chain ring bolt & spacer for a double chain set

Edit - FOUND SOME! Thanks!

Hi! Does anyone have ONE T.A. chainring bolt and spacer for a double chainring setup? Don’t want to spend more than I spent on the whole bike to buy a new-in-package set, just one decent cheap bolt. It’s for this 52/45T that I think I’ll put on my old Mercier 200, since there was zero interest in it when I tried to sell it last year. Thanks in advance!



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Abshipp took the wheel. Thanks all who showed interest. Smiles, MH
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Pulled a 7700 Dura Ace crankset off a deal-o-mite bike I just got from Goodwill. Rough shape set but good for a rider. Problem for me... it is the rare 180 length. If its not 170 my knees rip.

ISO for trade: 7700 DA crankset in 170 length. Must be rider shape for equal trade. Or maybe an Ultegra crankset in 170 same rough shape.

pics tomorrow when I get back to the loft.

EDIT: Still need to get pics but have changed choice. Really only looking for a same period 98-00 Ultegra 170mm crankset in rider condition. Trade for the DA 7700 180mm crankset.

Thanks!



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I'd like to get a pair of 6-speed INDEX Shimano 600 downtube shifters in silver.

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Bump. Still hoping to get a pair of these silver N600 index downtube shifters.

Anyone?

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Want - Velo Orange wide touring saddle in smooth (slippery) finish, brown or black, matters not.
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Originally Posted by scozim
ISO: Suntour Sprint ... short cage rear derailleur.
I have a nos one, but it ain't cheap. pm me if you want. cheers.
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I'm in search of the kind of kickstand that attaches to chain stay and seat stay, for my spouse's bike.

I can offer lots of handlebars, brake calipers, derailleurs, and many other garden variety bike components.
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Does anyone have this REI Novara jersey in an XL that they would be willing to part with? $$ or trade..

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Missing various parts

Hi,
I reorganized my parts and found that I was missing the following:
Suntour Cyclone 7000 LEFT pedal (I have the right)
Berthet Lyotard Pedal RIGHT (I have the left)
SR Royal crank LEFT arm (I have the chainring side)
In the photos is what I have so people can match up.
PM me as to what you have and price



SR Royal Crank

Berthet Lyotard left pedal

Suntour Cyclone 7000 right pedal

Suntour Cyclone 7000 right pedal
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ISO: Suntour Sprint or Cyclone short cage rear derailleur. Would consider a Suntour Edge also.

Have: Suntour Blue Line long cage rear derailleur and a couple of Simplex SX 610's. One is branded Peugeot.

A little rash on the knuckle but otherwise good shape
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A little rash on the knuckle but otherwise good shape
A great derailleur, this is the 6/7 speed friction version. I rode one for years and it was flawless.
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Universal cable anchor bolt/stud, Super 68 and Extras are the same, caliper if necessary TIA.



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Universal cable anchor bolt/stud, Super 68 and Extras are the same, caliper if necessary TIA.
I bought a stash of incomplete Universal calipers, and got a Super 68 or 77 that came with an undisclosed cracked arm, so I probably do have what you need. Thing is, it'll be hell for me to find it in my current condition of shop space. I'll try to make time to dig between spaces and get back to you - there's hope yet.
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Originally Posted by francophile
I bought a stash of incomplete Universal calipers, and got a Super 68 or 77 that came with an undisclosed cracked arm, so I probably do have what you need. Thing is, it'll be hell for me to find it in my current condition of shop space. I'll try to make time to dig between spaces and get back to you - there's hope yet.
That would be excellent. No worries, I have sidelined it a bit now as I need a right lever too, mine has a cracked body which I know is common so...... maybe you could keep an eye out for one of those too?
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Originally Posted by merziac
That would be excellent. No worries, I have sidelined it a bit now as I need a right lever too, mine has a cracked body which I know is common so...... maybe you could keep an eye out for one of those too?
How can you tell a right and left Universal lever apart? I'm not kidding, I honestly don't remember.

And yes, the damn bodies crack like a MF. Always in the same place, 75% of the time.
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Originally Posted by francophile
How can you tell a right and left Universal lever apart? I'm not kidding, I honestly don't remember.

And yes, the damn bodies crack like a MF. Always in the same place, 75% of the time.
I don't know either, no Universal expert by any means although I have been aware of them for a long time.
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