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Old 11-12-20, 06:48 PM
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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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Originally Posted by Digger Goreman
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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ISO: a couple sets of decent Look Delta pedals (or pedals that will take Look Delta cleats).
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Originally Posted by scozim
ISO: a couple sets of decent Look Delta pedals (or pedals that will take Look Delta cleats).
Any interest in a pair of Mavic 645 or 646 (think I have one pair of each)?
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
Any interest in a pair of Mavic 645 or 646 (think I have one pair of each)?
If they take the Delta cleat then, sure, I'd be interested.
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Originally Posted by scozim
If they take the Delta cleat then, sure, I'd be interested.
pretty sure that at least the 645 do and nearly sure the 646 do too, but will check on Saturday and get back to you by PM.
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Originally Posted by scozim
ISO: a couple sets of decent Look Delta pedals (or pedals that will take Look Delta cleats).
Are these what along the line of what you're looking for? These were take-offs, so I'm not familiar with the cleats.


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ISO: a pair of black nylon toe clips in large or x-large.

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I think I have some of those plastic clips and will check after work.
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Originally Posted by Vintage_Cyclist
Are these what along the line of what you're looking for? These were take-offs, so I'm not familiar with the cleats.

At least the bottom set says "Arc" right on it, so those use Arc cleats. I don't know otherwise how to tell the difference between Arc and Delta pedals.
EDIT: OK, after a quick web search, it appears the Arc (red) cleats have float, Deltas (black) don't. But the old pedals can use both, if I read correctly.
But the red cleats in the Arc pedals are have adjustable float. In non-Arc , it's just the 9* float unadjustable?

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Originally Posted by Ex Pres
At least the bottom set says "Arc" right on it, so those use Arc cleats. I don't know otherwise how to tell the difference between Arc and Delta pedals.
EDIT: OK, after a quick web search, it appears the Arc (red) cleats have float, Deltas (black) don't. But the old pedals can use both, if I read correctly.
But the red cleats in the Arc pedals are have adjustable float. In non-Arc , it's just the 9* float unadjustable?
That's my understanding as well. I'm just not as up to speed on the Keo cleats and changes in style with those. I've just always referred to the original version of the pedal/cleats as Delta.
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Originally Posted by diomekes
Still looking for Shimano 600 toe clips (with triangular clamp) in size L, my size LL are too big.

Also looking for a Mountain LX right shifter (M453) for my new to me Panasonic MC-5500.
Are you still looking for the 600 toe clips? I am not sure where to find the size, but here are a couple of pics, with them attached to pedals.


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Originally Posted by tyler_fred
ISO: a pair of black nylon toe clips in large or x-large.

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Will these do?
Marked L, but they are different from what you pictured.

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Originally Posted by tyler_fred
ISO: a pair of black nylon toe clips in large or x-large.

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I have a pair of these Cateye (circa mid 80's) clips. No idea where to see the size. Want me to put a ruler in them for you?



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Originally Posted by abshipp
ISO:

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

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.
I have these Shimano 9 speed bar-end shifters, and the adapters. In really nice condition, they work great, see pics for the one bit of rash.



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ISO a modern Sturmey 3-speed rotary fulcrum assembly for the current crop of 3-speed hubs. This one is virtually new, but keeps popping its return spring (full story here):





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Originally Posted by scozim
That's my understanding as well. I'm just not as up to speed on the Keo cleats and changes in style with those. I've just always referred to the original version of the pedal/cleats as Delta.
I have a pair of NOS cleats, red and listed as "Look Delta" but these are an after-market Italian make called GIO, The packaging shows black as having "0 degree float" and red as having "9 degree float". Take that with a grain of salt, but I buy it. If you need some cleats these are available (cheap), come with the 6 rectangle washers but missing mount-bolts
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ISO: Regina 6 speed freewheel(s) 13-23 or 13-26.
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ISO: Regina 6 speed freewheel(s) 13-23 or 13-26.
I have a 13-26 Suntour Winner Pro 6 speed freewheel, if that would work for you. Let me know if you want pics.
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@Mattdiano Thanks for the offer but im only looking for Regina.
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Yes, please measure from inside the toe to the outer flange. I will compare to the ones I have on another bike. Thank you!!
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Originally Posted by Mattdiano
I have a pair of these Cateye (circa mid 80's) clips. No idea where to see the size. Want me to put a ruler in them for you?



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Thank you, I am looking for the single bridge-strap style.
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Will these do?
Marked L, but they are different from what you pictured.

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