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Old 11-02-20, 01:15 PM
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Originally Posted by malcala622
I have (2) 1 inch spacers. Different finish. Pm me if they'll work.






Or check out these

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-25-4mm-At...9-0c9d42f46611
Yow! Thanks for the offer and that link, malcala622! I did not get eBay to cough up that seller when I went scouring but they seem to have exactly what I was searching for at reasonable prices, placing my orders now!
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Old 11-02-20, 01:51 PM
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Looking for Sanyo generator generator top piece

Looking for Sanyo generator generator top piece. This is the generator that is fastened onto the bottom bracket chain stays and rubs on the bottom of the tyre tread.
Only need the top piece.


Sanyo top piece
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[MENTION=276469]guelphite[/MENTION], I think you can use the top of a kickstand for that.
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Pretty sure I threw one out 6 months ago.
I will look.
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Originally Posted by noglider
[MENTION=276469]guelphite[/MENTION], I think you can use the top of a kickstand for that.
thanks, I tried that but couldn’t get the bolt head centered even with a washer.
l’ll give it a go again.
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Old 11-02-20, 10:34 PM
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Originally Posted by guelphite
Looking for Sanyo generator generator top piece. This is the generator that is fastened onto the bottom bracket chain stays and rubs on the bottom of the tyre tread.
Only need the top piece.


Sanyo top piece
I know that [MENTION=73614]rhm[/MENTION] killed a couple of those generator units in the past. Perhaps he still has them?
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Old 11-03-20, 02:46 PM
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Thanks, I just found a NOS weird size one for a good price
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Before I pay theBay prices

Looking for 1950/60s Campagnolo Gran Sport derailleurs and clamp on shifters. Not Nuovo Gran Sport from 1970s. Willing to pay $100 for nice set or equivalent trade stuff.

Thanks in advance.

edit: my need satisfied, by a BF member. Thanks hugely to all who responded.
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Old 11-04-20, 06:07 AM
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Originally Posted by nlerner
I know that [MENTION=73614]rhm[/MENTION] killed a couple of those generator units in the past. Perhaps he still has them?
thanks
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Originally Posted by Wildwood
Before I pay theBay prices

Looking for 1950/60s Campagnolo Gran Sport derailleurs and clamp on shifters. Not Nuovo Gran Sport from 1970s. Willing to pay $100 for nice set or equivalent trade stuff.

Thanks in advance.
I MIGHT have the shifters alone (probably not the derailleurs) you want the "1014" model with black cable guides, correct? If so I will make a hunt for them

Wildwood Yes I do have a set of JUST the shifters and the clamp-band, no RD or FD, they are in good condition and just missing the clamp bolt/nut (which I bet I can find if you don't already have a spare). PM me if you want me to snap some pix

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This one turned out to be too big. Id like to see if anyone has a smaller similar jersey they'd swap.

Pit to pit measures 23.5"


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Originally Posted by malcala622
This one turned out to be too big. Id like to see if anyone has a smaller similar jersey they'd swap.

Pit to pit measures 23.5"


That looks insulated, is it still too big with a base layer?
I can't help with a trade, but the additional information might pique someone's interest.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
That looks insulated, is it still too big with a base layer?
I can't help with a trade, but the additional information might pique someone's interest.
Yes its insulated but still with a base layer im swimming in it. Erima compared to Giessegi has a slightly larger fitment in sizing. IMO
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Looking for these bars, anyone have any?
And still after a single Suntour Superbe brake....

I missed the auction a while back..sometimes you gotta work!
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xiaoman1 Are those bars for the Bertoni?
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Originally Posted by malcala622
xiaoman1 Are those bars for the Bertoni?
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Hi Miguel,
No, they are for another build I am contemplating.....do you know where some might be stashed away?
Best, Ben
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Hi Miguel,
No, they are for another build I am contemplating.....do you know where some might be stashed away?
Best, Ben
Not yet. Patience my good friend. Lol. Theyre a bit of a mythical creature to find.
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Old 11-09-20, 08:35 AM
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
I have some NOS orphan P3 parts, I think. I'll dig them out tomorrow and get back to you.
Looping back on this for poggor - I failed to follow-up and Remembered it was a John/Jon but thought it was JohnDThompson for some reason.

That said, it appears poggor is in AUS. After my recent experience shipping international trying to hook randyjawa up with a freebie, USPS has left me high and dry. If you're confident shipping this to AUS and working out the S&H costs with poggor, I'll happily sent my parts your way.
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Originally Posted by francophile
Looping back on this for poggor - I failed to follow-up and Remembered it was a John/Jon but thought it was JohnDThompson for some reason.

That said, it appears poggor is in AUS. After my recent experience shipping international trying to hook randyjawa up with a freebie, USPS has left me high and dry. If you're confident shipping this to AUS and working out the S&H costs with poggor, I'll happily sent my parts your way.
Thanks for jogging my memory. I just went through my stuff, and found that I have a NOS P3 crown race, but no top nut. (I also have top and bottom cups and lockrings, but it sounds like you've already got that covered.) I'll send a pm to poggor and see if that almost-complete headset would work for him.

I don't remember his original post, but he does have an existing French headset of some sort, yes? Perhaps he could use a top nut that he already has even if it isn't "correct," while waiting for the correct nut to appear?
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
I don't remember his original post, but he does have an existing French headset of some sort, yes? Perhaps he could use a top nut that he already has even if it isn't "correct," while waiting for the correct nut to appear?
Hey Jon,

Original post is here: peugeot headset problems

Not sure on the top nut. If there's something I have which I can ship to you to fill a blank, let me know and I'll get it out. After the debacle I'm still fighting with sending international to hook Randy up with a stem (package still M.I.A. after 3 months and USPS sending it to China customs), I'm just not comfortable shipping the headset parts to Australia. Apparently I have a curse on shipping internationally, the only time it's ever worked is using eBay's international program.
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Have Shimano Trigger Shifters EF65 9 spd

Left triple, right 9 spd. Work perfect, no scratches or damage.

Really only need a pair of Salsa side loading water bottle cages. If you have, or are willing to buy them, I would happily trade.

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Left triple, right 9 spd. Work perfect, no scratches or damage....
Ok, forget the bottle cages from the previous post.

Does anyone have a good to newish usb rechargeable front light that would fit in a Cygolite holder? Would also consider ones that strap to handle bar if attaching strap included.

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ISO pinch bolts (seat post binder cIamp bolts) and can only find the style online with the little tab on one side (that's supposed to fit into a slot in the seat lug ear and keep one side from rotating) but I need the "Campy or Italian/Japanese clone" style that does NOT have the little tab. Sure I could grind them off with a Dremel but thought there may be somebody with a stash of them and could save me that hassle. I don't care if they are off brands like GPM, Ofmega or Sugino or whathaveyou and condition is not super critical (tho prefer not rust-covered). I can use 2 or 3 and width is typically about 22mm outside and 18-19mm shaft width. "Close enough" will be considered. I have loads of small part/big part trade bait and could even do that "other trade" for paper products. Please PM me

EDIT: I have one in the mail and two more potentially from another C&Ver, so could be I will have the 3 I need, shortly. I really appreciate the help from you guys!

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ISO a 39 tooth 135bcd Campagnolo 7/8/9 speed chainring.

Tantalus had my knees singing for a week after this last go-round, and I need something lower than my current 42/54 combo up front.

https://www.strava.com/segments/6758593

Alternatively, a 28 tooth cog to fit an 8 speed Campagnolo setup would work as well.

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ISO:

Pair of Shimano compatible bar-end pods, or 9/10 speed bar end shifter set.
FOUND, THANKS!

42T 50.4BCD chainring. Preferably bright and shiny to match my SunXCD crankset, or has the potential to be bright and shiny

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Cannondale handlebar bag, shown here. Can add a bit of cash as well if necessary.

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