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Old 07-01-18, 07:36 PM
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ISO Long Steerer Tube Fork - 8 5/8, 218mm Steerer

Got this Gitane TDF that's pretty beat up and want to build it up as a single speed for my kid. The fork is cracked at the top, someone tightened a quill too high.

This one is 531 (fourreaux de fourche et arrieres) and can be reused for a 7" or less steerer - the tubing is fine below that

Would be willing to trade this one or other items you may be looking for. Functional and cheap is more important than appearance and pedigree. English or French

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thumb shifters and [redacted**

ISO - Friction thumb shifters, Shimano or Suntour preferably.

Bullmoose handlebar, quill stem. Turns out traditional 1-inch quill stems don't work with this bike, so nevermind on that

Scored a mid-90s Trek 850 this weekend, want to do a quasi-retro build on it for a commuter/bikepacking rig. There's some inexpensive retro thumb shifters on the bay but figured I'd look here first.

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Originally Posted by ksryder
ISO - Friction thumb shifters, Shimano or Suntour preferably.

Bullmoose handlebar, quill stem.

Scored a mid-90s Trek 850 this weekend, want to do a quasi-retro build on it for a commuter/bikepacking rig. There's some inexpensive retro thumb shifters on the bay but figured I'd look here first.

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I have a pair of thumb shifters on a bike. They'll be retired when I rebuild the bike which I hope to do within a month. Can you wait?
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Originally Posted by noglider
I have a pair of thumb shifters on a bike. They'll be retired when I rebuild the bike which I hope to do within a month. Can you wait?
Patience? What is this word?

J/k I might be able to wait. What kind/any pics? Thanks
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Originally Posted by ksryder
Patience? What is this word?

J/k I might be able to wait. What kind/any pics? Thanks
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Originally Posted by noglider
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Pretty. I'll send you an email, thanks!
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Originally Posted by ksryder
Pretty. I'll send you an email, thanks!
Just an FYI, Sunrace makes and still offers thumb shifters that are pretty close to those.
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21.1 / .833 stem

Looking for a 21.1mm / 0.833 stem, early mtb / bmx size, with a regular 25.4 clamp diameter. 60-100mm reach, SR or similar.

Have: lots of stuff!
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Originally Posted by Stormy Archer
oh also have some Dura Ace 7700 bar ends (9/8s) and some pink nylon toe straps. The nicer kind with metal buckle things. Not trying to sell here just trade or would give away most stuff.
Interested in the shifters.
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Originally Posted by mainstreetexile
Looking for a 21.1mm / 0.833 stem, early mtb / bmx size, with a regular 25.4 clamp diameter. 60-100mm reach, SR or similar.

Have: lots of stuff!
I have one, SR "Custom" in 80 mm. Do you have a 27.2 mm Laprade style seat post?
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Originally Posted by juvela
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Thank you for this suggestion.In this model of pump there is no fastener to affix the cup to the shaft.The end of the shaft has a plastic barb which is crimped in place.The cup snaps over this plastic barb.I could try a rubber cup but suspect it might be too flexible to remain in place during use.The plastic one which comes with the pump is fairly brittle so as to snap into its seat.The brittleness is the need for a replacement as it has crumbled with age.-----
Juvela, would it be possible to add a thin metal washer over the rubber to help support it at the end of the shaft?
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Originally Posted by Pompiere
I have one, SR "Custom" in 80 mm. Do you have a 27.2 mm Laprade style seat post?
I have a Sugino SP-K 27.2 if interested.
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Still looking....

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Anyone have a decent round 110BCD 5 bolt 38T SR or Sugino chainring? Somehow I've wound up with a pile of 36T rings, and I need a 38 for a 28/38/48 triple. For that matter, even a 40 might do. I'd gladly trade you a 36 chainring, or something else you can use. Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Aubergine

Juvela, would it be possible to add a thin metal washer over the rubber to help support it at the end of the shaft?
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Thank you for the response & idea.

Are you asking about using a replacement cup for another model as suggested above?

The hole in the centre of the cup is quite small. By eye, it appears no more than four mm.

I appreciate that the cup from another model may be just right in O.D.

The seat on the barb for the back side of the cup is quite small since the cup is fairly rigid. The plastic material of which it is moulded is only slightly more flexible than styrene.

If I wanted to use the replacement cup shown above would need a washer behind and in front in order to hope to get a seal. There is not enough vertical space on the shaft of the barb between the seat and the knob/lobe which the cup snaps over.

As I think about this I wonder if any NOS OEM cup i might find would likely be too crumbly with age to use...

Thank youi again!

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Originally Posted by simmonsgc
Anyone have a decent round 110BCD 5 bolt 38T SR or Sugino chainring? Somehow I've wound up with a pile of 36T rings, and I need a 38 for a 28/38/48 triple. For that matter, even a 40 might do. I'd gladly trade you a 36 chainring, or something else you can use.
I have a used 40T, 110BCD ring I'm willing to trade for a 36T ring:



Question: how will you mount a 28T ring on a 110BCD crank for your proposed triple?
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1942 CCM Rambler cranks

I Recently got a 1942 rambler, identified by the one remaining pedal being wood. its been in a barn for 65 years. The Problem is the second pedal is gone and evidence of a broken crank repaired by brass brazing (dang resourceful farmers). So I need a replacement crank set and pedals! Any and all information and resources welcome, Thanks in advance!
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I would like to trade Celeste Cinelli cork tape and Jagwire Hyper brake cable set for the same in black.
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ISO: Campy dual cable guide

Looking for a campy dual cable guide.
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Who would have thought that getting a simple bottom bracket would be so hard? I have need of an English/ISO/JIS threaded, double bottom bracket. I'm not a fan of cartridges. Need fixed and adjustable cups, the lockring and a spindle that receives bolt. (the whole thing). It's going on a pretty nice bike, so the condition of the surfaces that contact the bearings does matter.

Also am looking for bar-end shifters - either the whole front/rear setup, or, if you have a set of the SunTour levers floating around, I do have the pieces that insert in the ends of the handlebars. I have a set of Shimano 600 and a set of DuraAce levers, and they don't work quite right.

I have a bunch of Sunshine hubs/shells, skewers, derailleurs, a few cranksets, shorty fenders, and an eclectic assortment of odds and ends to trade - as well as the aforementioned shift levers.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Who would have thought that getting a simple bottom bracket would be so hard? I have need of an English/ISO/JIS threaded, double bottom bracket. I'm not a fan of cartridges. Need fixed and adjustable cups, the lockring and a spindle that receives bolt. (the whole thing). It's going on a pretty nice bike, so the condition of the surfaces that contact the bearings does matter.

Also am looking for bar-end shifters - either the whole front/rear setup, or, if you have a set of the SunTour levers floating around, I do have the pieces that insert in the ends of the handlebars. I have a set of Shimano 600 and a set of DuraAce levers, and they don't work quite right.

I have a bunch of Sunshine hubs/shells, skewers, derailleurs, a few cranksets, shorty fenders, and an eclectic assortment of odds and ends to trade - as well as the aforementioned shift levers.
What length BB spindle, John? I have a variety of things kicking around the bin. And spindle taper (or what kind of crankset will you be using)?
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Originally Posted by nlerner
What length BB spindle, John? I have a variety of things kicking around the bin. And spindle taper (or what kind of crankset will you be using)?
Hi Neal,

It's a Shimano 600, double. It's either Arabesque, or otherwise stylized. Going on my wife's (I think '75 - the serial number has a mark on it and not sure if it's '73 or '75) International. Have had a couple responses in PMs, nothing final yet.

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Hi Neal,

It's a Shimano 600, double. It's either Arabesque, or otherwise stylized. Going on my wife's (I think '75 - the serial number has a mark on it and not sure if it's '73 or '75) International. Have had a couple responses in PMs, nothing final yet.

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VeloBase reports that a 116mm spindle is what you need with a Shimano 600 Arabesque crankset. I can check to see if that's what I have.
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VeloBase reports that a 116mm spindle is what you need with a Shimano 600 Arabesque crankset. I can check to see if that's what I have.
Thanks. Sutherlands is really hard to interpret.
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Thanks. Sutherlands is really hard to interpret.
I checked the bin, but I'm afraid I don't have any BB sets with 116 spindles.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
I checked the bin, but I'm afraid I don't have any BB sets with 116 spindles.
I appreciate you looking. Thanks.
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