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Old 09-29-20, 11:58 AM
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ISO: Campy NR left crank arm (170mm)

need a "rider" quality orphan, doesnt have to be pretty. lots of old bits to trade, or ...
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Originally Posted by degan
Looking for someone in Houston to facilitate a bike transfer for a friend of mine in Charlotte, NC. Posted in the facilitators thread but that doesn't seem to get much traffic. Am I doing it wrong?
Did you search the thread for Houston peeps?
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1) Cyclo Benelux lever damper/knob or insert, 2) DL-1 fork crown fender bolt




hello everyone,

wondering if anyone has 1) “Benelux “ insert for lever control knob (one side I have other I don’t) or entire orphan knob , 2) dl-1 fork crown fender bolt (yeah I didn’t do that) . Let me know what you need In trade or how much in $. Many thanks, Steve
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ISO: Dura Ace 7400 rear skewer for freewheel hub w/ 126 OLD spacing. Condition needs to be good+. Thank you.
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Originally Posted by Ex Pres
Did you search the thread for Houston peeps?
This is what I would recommend also. Typically speaking, I've gotten people who haven't posted in years to help by searching the thread for the city and/or those major cities around it, then PM'ing the user to say what I need, then giving them my email address in that PM so they don't need to login to the forum to reply back. So far I've done this with 3 bikes, one in CA, one in CO, and another in TX. In those transactions, one actually ended up being a shop owner, another boxed and shipped for me, and the 3rd drove it to a local shop for them to pack. It was more cost-effective to have it boxed by the fellow BF'er, but I was only out an extra $50-75 either way. As always, YMMV. This is just what I've used, and I found if you don't include an email, it's really hit or miss whether you get a reply when it comes to the older facilitation offers.

EDIT: I forgot, I had a BF'er n Chicago facilitate for me too. I would just add, my range on facilitation has been anywhere from $125 - $215 in total cost to me, depending on shop rates. I always offer to pay my facilitators for time & gas. For the BF'er who boxed and shipped my bike to me, I emailed him a PDF of the label after he gave me dims & weight on the box, then sent him $75 in parts (my cost) street value more like $150-175. It was worth every penny for what I got, but still had me out $125.
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Originally Posted by Ex Pres
Did you search the thread for Houston peeps?
Thats what I was wondering if I should do, because just posting then hoping the right person checks in seems insane.
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no one has 650b wheels they are hiding from me lol ?
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ISO/WTB Schwinn Twin Stik stem shifters, good rider quality plz.

For this so I can try to get MS. merziac on it.


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I got a yellow frame 99' Schwinn Peloton that I recently took delivery from FedEX, but the stock aluminum fork is damaged by either FedEX and/or inadequate packing. I do know it's a 1" inch fork for 40mm rake and I believe the headset is JIS and not ISO (correct me if I'm wrong). Anyone know what my options and costs are for a non-aluminum replacement fork in steel or carbon? Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Good thing. I don't think I can match it to cups.

It's marked:

SHIMANO
68 = T = 11Z5
D - 3A MB
CrMo

Looks about the same otherwise - but no pitting.
Thanks USAZorro ! That 11Z5 was actually a 117.5, but After breaking out the caliper we were ~0.4mm more outbound with each race, ~0.7mm on the non-drive side, ~0.2mm on the drive side. Nowhere near enough to be a showstopper!

Thanks to you, after months, my Moto GR is FINALLY repacked with a clean spindle. Now just need to dig thru the bins to find a proper 22.0 quill, then do some basic maintenance to get back to riding it again! Just in time for the cold weather

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Originally Posted by WolfgangVerne
I may have an extra Super 68 caliper as well if francophile 's doesn't turn up, I'll check the stash tomorrow.
merziac and WolfgangVerne did you guys get this squared away? I digging through the bins to help another member with their Stronglight headset needs and finally found my box with a small Universal graveyard in it.
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Originally Posted by francophile
merziac and WolfgangVerne did you guys get this squared away? I digging through the bins to help another member with their Stronglight headset needs and finally found my box with a small Universal graveyard in it.
We did, thanks for checking though!
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Originally Posted by WolfgangVerne
We did, thanks for checking though!
Excellent. Finally found one of the two Universal boxes I have. I did a quick compare with the Super 77, the bolt in question looked similar in the dimensions and under-head taper as the Super 68.

I have some more odds and ends somewhere, I really need to go in and re-sort all my stuff into more organized bins so I can be a little more timely with responses.

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Got everything at LBS yesterday.

Best, Ben

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ISO French-threaded BB adjustable cup. Stronglight, TA, etc.
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Originally Posted by kroozer
ISO French-threaded BB adjustable cup. Stronglight, TA, etc.
Honestly, for the money, you should really consider buying a brand new set of the Action cups off Amazon for $16 shipped and it comes with caged bearings. They work extremely well and are fairly well-built, worth more than the ask price. I've used in a pinch several times. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003ZKOOMC

But if you're on a budget for some reason and have a place I can ship to w/USPS, I have a spare Sugino 35xP1 French thread adjustable cup. Races are great, but NO lockring, sadly.

I'd been hunting for a fixed cup to pair with this for eons, but never had any luck.

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I've got a NOS set of TA cups with French threads, fixed and adjustable with lock ring. They came with my TA crank when I bought it 35+ years ago for my English frame.

I'm interested in a TA triple axle, TA 373 or 374, NOS not expected.
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Originally Posted by francophile
Thanks USAZorro ! That 11Z5 was actually a 117.5, but After breaking out the caliper we were ~0.4mm more outbound with each race, ~0.7mm on the non-drive side, ~0.2mm on the drive side. Nowhere near enough to be a showstopper!

Thanks to you, after months, my Moto GR is FINALLY repacked with a clean spindle. Now just need to dig thru the bins to find a proper 22.0 quill, then do some basic maintenance to get back to riding it again! Just in time for the cold weather

Glad to hear it worked.

Am developing better techniques for extracting and inserting brake pads on this end.
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1) Follis? Beberox brake caliper and brake lever to have a matching set for my late 50s Peugeot PHX10.
2) High-flange clincher wheelset in 120/100 spacing, for same Peugeot PHX10. Something nice? Preferably French?
3) In the event that #2 doesn't come to fruition - most likely scenario is I build a set of wheels around Campy Record high flange hubs, in which case I'm looking for a rear Campy Record hub + skewer in 120 OLD.
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I have this 172.5 Campagnolo Veloce Power Torque silver crankset on my newly acquired 2017 RRA, phew, that a mouthful.

Need to find a 170 length with all the other details the same. I want to use the original BB.

Trade the 172.5 or something else...

Thanks all!

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ISO a pair of Shimano three hole toe clips.RX100, 105, 600, plastic, metal, whatever. User grade, size large.

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ISO a pair of Shimano three hole toe clips.RX100, 105, 600, plastic, metal, whatever. User grade, size large.

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I have grey plastic large clips if you want. Pm me
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Fuji S10-S frame and fork. Needs lots of parts, but it seems straight, and aside from the chrome, not much rust.

Free for the taking. Pick up in northern NJ.




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Fuji S10-S frame and fork. Needs lots of parts, but it seems straight, and aside from the chrome, not much rust.

Free for the taking. Pick up in northern NJ.
I believe these make great 650b conversions based on past reading. If it was close I'd find it hard to resist, especially at that price...
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