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Old 11-20-20, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by tyler_fred View Post
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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Here you go!! Looks to be 2-1/2"


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OK I bought a 3Rensho Special Export frame and want to put together an appropriate early 80s group for it. I have Suntour Superbe Pro derailleurs/levers and brakes/levers but the calipers are nutted and I need recessed. I think I could shorten and thread the nutted pivot bolts for recessed nuts but am wondering if anyone has a set with recessed pivot bolts (or just the bolts). They would be this model or something very close in age and similar look.

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Originally Posted by scozim View Post
If they take the Delta cleat then, sure, I'd be interested.
Found one of the 2 Mavics (645 were in-house after all) but ALSO found this scratched up pair of Shimano PD-6401!
That's right, Shimano sold re-branded Looks, made in France, before they developed their own SPD system!
I took several pix but will just show you this overview including the pair of red ARC cleats I would throw in to the package deal.
Hope to still locate the yellow/black Mavic pair tomorrow, but not a guarantee.
I'll price them to mooooove!
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Old 11-20-20, 03:20 PM
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Thank you, my other bike measures approx 2-1/2” also. These will work fine. Cash or trade?


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Here you go!! Looks to be 2-1/2"



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Originally Posted by tyler_fred View Post
Thank you, my other bike measures approx 2-1/2” also.
You could put washers between the toe clip and the pedal until such time a you find a longer pair.

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Thanks, the 2-1/2” works well on my other bike, although it is a different style pedal.

Originally Posted by Miele Man View Post
You could put washers between the toe clip and the pedal until such time a you find a longer pair.

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Originally Posted by Mattdiano View Post
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.


TIL where to look! The steel clips are stamped with the size on the bottom, at the center of the bolt holes. M is smallest, while LL is largest.
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ISO decent 39t 135 bcd chainring. The ones I currently have say Made in France but are on a Campagnolo Chorus crankset.

Have: Quite a few chainrings and other bits.
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ISO: Shimano RD-M700 Deer Head rear derailleur

I have one I’m trying to refurbish and some of the parts are pretty beat (inner cage stop screw is bent and threads are stripped) so looking for possibly someone who has another non-working one I can harvest some parts from. Working ones on eBay are a little pricier than I would like to pay at this time.

This is the non-super plate long cage version off an ‘86 Specialized Stumpjumper Sport.

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Originally Posted by scozim View Post
ISO decent 39t 135 bcd chainring. The ones I currently have say Made in France but are on a Campagnolo Chorus crankset.

Have: Quite a few chainrings and other bits.
I have this 39T take-off Campagnolo that has some shop wear but I think is unridden - you wouldn’t happen to have a 44T 116bcd T.A. Professional 3-pin ring in your parts stash would you? Or maybe 46/30 T.A. Pro Vis rings? Or a 20/22T Dos Eno freewheel?



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Originally Posted by rustystrings61 View Post
I have this 39T take-off Campagnolo that has some shop wear but I think is unridden - you wouldn’t happen to have a 44T 116bcd T.A. Professional 3-pin ring in your parts stash would you? Or maybe 46/30 T.A. Pro Vis rings? Or a 20/22T Dos Eno freewheel?



Unfortunately, I don't have an TA rings. Never used one of those cranksets.
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ISO Sora 8 speed Brifters

I need a set of 8 speed brifters, ideally those Sora shifters with the thumb trigger for the downshift or will consider some older 9 speed ones too. Before they got all big and ugly, y'know...

I have loads of stuff but will start with this Suntour Stem Shifter in unusually good condition

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WTB BLACK Anodized 32H Sewup/Tubular Rim

Looking for a BLACK anodized 32 hole sewup/tubular rim in NICE condition.

I need it to replace a Super Champion Arc en Ciel that got a ding in the sidewall and the front brake grabs.

Any brand BLACK rim would work, I have repro decals.

Dark gray or brown rims like Mavic GP4 wont match.



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Originally Posted by Refresco View Post
I need a set of 8 speed brifters, ideally those Sora shifters with the thumb trigger for the downshift .

I have loads of stuff but will start with this Suntour Stem Shifter in unusually good condition
I have a set. 8-speed. The pre-Orca era.
Don't need the shifters (have a set of those new in box...)
I need stems and bars, a variety.
Or other stuff.
What I don't use is going to the next Brazen Dropouts swap meet, whenever that may happen.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
I have a set. 8-speed. The pre-Orca era.
Don't need the shifters (have a set of those new in box...)
I need stems and bars, a variety.
Or other stuff.
What I don't use is going to the next Brazen Dropouts swap meet, whenever that may happen.
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What kind(s) or bars and stems are you looking for? I have a number of different Cinelli bars and stems, one set of bars NOS, still in the orig bag! Maybe some french stuff as well.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1 View Post
Found one of the 2 Mavics (645 were in-house after all) but ALSO found this scratched up pair of Shimano PD-6401!
That's right, Shimano sold re-branded Looks, made in France, before they developed their own SPD system!
I took several pix but will just show you this overview including the pair of red ARC cleats I would throw in to the package deal.
Hope to still locate the yellow/black Mavic pair tomorrow, but not a guarantee.
I'll price them to mooooove!
Shimano sold the Delta models under 105, Ultegra, and Dura Ace branding.
Mavic sold them as well, in colors. Campagnolo also rebranded them.
Look sold them from the originals to colors to "carbon" models to composite models that were pretty light.
There was also a Ti-bodied model, (polished), but I'm not sure if it was Look-branded or someone else's name on the pedal.
They were also copied by Wellgo? and I'm sure if the Delta system had sunk in deeper roots, Mao's kids would be selling them on eBay.

I'm sure there are many reasons why Delta didn't simply dominate the market and remain, but I kind of wish Look had evolved them as Delta-compatible, not Keo.
Sometimes, when I look at a pair of shoes, I think "If they'd just made them walkable, they'd have been able to print money with these things."
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
ISO: CLINCHER Araya 700c 32h or 36h single rim dark anodized

I think I have an orphan laced to a DA front hub, from a 1985 Centurion Prestige.
Pretty close to zero wear. From the looks of the bike, he only used the rear brake.
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Originally Posted by danarello View Post
Hard to find Shimano SLR white break hoods. The left one is deteriorating.
I have a set of 6401 brake levers, with white hoods. Easily sent.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
Shimano sold the Delta models under 105, Ultegra, and Dura Ace branding.
Mavic sold them as well, in colors.
Just to update in case somebody sees this pic: the Mavic gray are SOLD, along with a matching second pair plus these cleats (never found the Mavic yellow/black, presumed to have sold them before). If somebody wants these Shimano white PD-6401 they are available (and can use a re-packing)
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Originally Posted by BlueDevil63 View Post
OK I bought a 3Rensho Special Export frame and want to put together an appropriate early 80s group for it. I have Suntour Superbe Pro derailleurs/levers and brakes/levers but the calipers are nutted and I need recessed. I think I could shorten and thread the nutted pivot bolts for recessed nuts but am wondering if anyone has a set with recessed pivot bolts (or just the bolts). They would be this model or something very close in age and similar look.

Just saw this and am surprised nobody has chimed in yet. Any Campy Record, SunTour Superbe/Cyclone or other similar brake should yield suitable center bolts. I've mixed and matched across these brakes any number of times. Will check my stash and see if I have something suitable. My bikes tend to be a bit older and largely take nutted brakes. I'd be happy to swap center bolts if I have something you can use.

Also, FWIW, my impression is that many of the top custom Japanese builders often used Shimano 600 bits. Not sure if that's just a skewed sample or something else.
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BlueDevil63 While checking, I thought of something. Your nutted back brake will work as a recessed front. You just need the nut (easy to come by). That means all you really need is a recessed rear center bolt. I think I can help you out there. Here's a recessed rear Superbe:



and a recessed front:



and a recessed set of Galli calipers (whose center bolts will work, I think - yet to confirm 100% though):



If this stuff works for you, I'd be happy to swap center bolts. I have a recessed nut for your back-nutted-to-front-recessed caliper as well.

Finally, as an aside, note the not terribly good looking chrome on the spring carriers in the first two pix. In my experience, SunTour's chrome was second-to-none... except when it came to the spring carriers and springs on their brakes. I'm not sure why that should be. Different steel alloys perhaps?
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
Shimano sold the Delta models under 105, Ultegra, and Dura Ace branding.
Mavic sold them as well, in colors. Campagnolo also rebranded them.
Look sold them from the originals to colors to "carbon" models to composite models that were pretty light.
There was also a Ti-bodied model, (polished), but I'm not sure if it was Look-branded or someone else's name on the pedal.
They were also copied by Wellgo? and I'm sure if the Delta system had sunk in deeper roots, Mao's kids would be selling them on eBay.

I'm sure there are many reasons why Delta didn't simply dominate the market and remain, but I kind of wish Look had evolved them as Delta-compatible, not Keo.
Sometimes, when I look at a pair of shoes, I think "If they'd just made them walkable, they'd have been able to print money with these things."
Shimano also sold Delta compatible pedals under Equs and Exage. I have a pair of Exage ones that I removed the grey anodizing and mold seams from and polished to a high lustre.


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Can I bother y'all?

I'm about to invade this forum with lots of stuff. Is there an appropriate format... as in.... do folks get annoyed if the pictures are too big? If it's a lot of things at once, should they be individual posts, or one big one?

Just before I offend the regulars of this fine forum, hoping for some advice on etiquette.

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Refresco I tend to post pix with links to photos in my Flickr account and share in BBCode format with resolution set to 800x600 or similar. They link back to the original pic so people can click through to see the full resolution image. As for together or separate, I suppose it depends on how related the various things are. Most of the time when people are searching for something, then tend to write something like, "lots of stuff to trade," or "have Campy crank with shorter length to trade." You might also just list stuff you have to trade and include a link to a relevant album on Flickr, Imgur or other photo sharing service.
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Can I bother y'all?

I'm about to invade this forum with lots of stuff. Is there an appropriate format... as in.... do folks get annoyed if the pictures are too big? If it's a lot of things at once, should they be individual posts, or one big one?

Just before I offend the regulars of this fine forum, hoping for some advice on etiquette.

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I wouldn't worry about picture size i probably post the largest ones on here.

Just follow this simple rule: "There's a thread/section for that"
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