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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 01-06-21, 12:57 PM
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Alas, I got two sets of black and a set of green. I have some pale purple/lavender ones too but I can't find them. I ordered a set from Germany last week that's supposed to have those inside style plugs, but theres a possibility they could arrive with the outside caps(they had multiple sets; I messaged them in advance about the plugs, so we'll see). If they do, I'd totally be willing to trade. By the way, the bar tape you pictured, is it the thick stuff with the perforations? I've never even seen it wrapped before, only in the package. Like a weird cross between celo tape and bike ribbon. So cool

Bennotto is where its at. Not thick and not perforated. Kind of translucent. Canít use dark tape to hold cables under or it will show through.

You can have these plugs just pm your address and I will mail them.

If the others have the outside ones just send them my way. If they donít they you will have an extra set.
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Anyone have a set of skewers? Donít care about brand as long as theyíre clean. Also a 27.0 seatpost at least 200mm or longer

I have a Nitto stem 110mm if anyone wants, itís raised against the frame tt.

and also have various reflectors free (pay shipping)

and a set of unbranded drop bars that came on my SR Semi Pro
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Old 01-07-21, 07:20 AM
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WTT: Schwalbe Marathon tire swap!

Want: regular Marathon GreenGuards (not Plus) in 700x32/35/38, decent shape with at least 60% life in them.

Have: 700x28 Marathons in 80% condition, also Gravelking slicks 700x28, others... including well-preserved set of Avocet Cross in 700x28 (the reverse tread ones with gum walls), and a single NOS Avocet FasGrip 700x25 folding
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Old 01-08-21, 05:36 PM
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After suffering through a Russian attack on my Pay Pal account and the destruction of my e-mail address. If you can call it destruction 2000 e-mails from all over the globe in just a few hours. Luckily I caught it in time and had my IP cancel the e-mail address. So two days of trying to repair the damage, and finally got to the project of the week today. I found a set of Mavic rims at my co-op that I wanted, but I had to remove the hubs to get them. So today's special value is this set of hubs are In Search of a New Home. You will get everything pictured as a package. 2 Tri-Color front hubs 32 hole, 1 Tri-Color rear hub 32 hole spaced at 129mm , and one cassette 9 speed that appears to be DA. As always first come first to get it. Cost of actual shipping. But now with no electronic banking available to me, we will have to work out the details. PM me. Smiles, MH

I have not cleaned them, so a good cleaning and lubrication is in order

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I can use them there hubs, PM incoming. I have a checkbook and postage stamps (how C&V!)
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Unworthy1,
You are the first so you win today's lottery. I will send out when address is complete. Watch this site as stuff is always coming in to my place that won't be used quickly. Yeah, that C&V thing may be my new go to method of moving cash around. Wound up closing two credit cards and one bank account to keep the Rusky's out of what little $ I have left. I may have to re-invent myself as a new person on the inter-web. I am about to have bad feelings for hackers over this. (Second time in ten years.) Smiles, MH
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Old 01-08-21, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
Unworthy1,
You are the first so you win today's lottery. I will send out when address is complete. Watch this site as stuff is always coming in to my place that won't be used quickly. Yeah, that C&V thing may be my new go to method of moving cash around. Wound up closing two credit cards and one bank account to keep the Rusky's out of what little $ I have left. I may have to re-invent myself as a new person on the inter-web. I am about to have bad feelings for hackers over this. (Second time in ten years.) Smiles, MH
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Yes, hackers are the @#its.....about the same time as your first hack I had one that locked all the computers in my office "while" I was doing backups on "all" of the computers in my office. Hard drives and backup drives were corrupted...I lost everything.
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Old 01-08-21, 09:40 PM
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OK so my OCD has kicked in and I need a drop out screw end heads for one on the Basso.



FOUND. THANKS TO ALL.

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Old 01-09-21, 06:25 AM
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ISO a pair of nutted Shimano BR-6207/8 brake calipers.

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Originally Posted by malcala622
OK so my OCD has kicked in and I need a drop out screw end heads for one on the Basso.




I have small Campagnolo shifter bits if a trade is possible

I think I can help you out. I have a couple of those but they are silver instead of the black like yours. PM me your mailing address and I can either send you a single silver one or two matching silvers and you can send me the black one.
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Originally Posted by obrentharris
I think I can help you out. I have a couple of those but they are silver instead of the black like yours. PM me your mailing address and I can either send you a single silver one or two matching silvers and you can send me the black one.
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Thanks but I have a few coming my way.
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This 26.8 American Classic seatpost was donated to the Velo Yellow project I'm working on.

Unfortunately, the lower seatpost saddle clamp seems to sit cockeyed when its tightened; looks as if the wear pattern on the saddle clamp and the top of the post aren't playing nice with each other.

Perhaps you have a different clamp (or know how to file these just right). Either way, its not reliable enough for kids' loaner bikes.

This said, I'd like to trade it for some folding pedals or a couple of SR-style non-fluted 26.8 posts (can be ugly, but preferably on the large side of 26.8 for a snug fit). Also looking for a pair of 650C tubes and a youth-sized saddle.

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ISO VO Grand Cru stem, good to exc. condition, 80-100mm.

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I have a bunch of french-made parts to trade including a french threaded atom freewheel, some skewers and a couple of stems . Looking for taller-than-normal 1" quill stems and standard threaded 5 or 6 speed freewheels.







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Old 01-15-21, 03:54 PM
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NEED a 7-speed Shimano-compatible cassette, 14-28 (give or take), in "good to VG" condition, finish is not important (except if "rust", no thanks).
HAVE: much trade-bait but this I just took pix of so let's try it:
Suntour V-GT RD with all bits in place EXcept this probably once had a claw hanger and I probably have one but need to search. I did only initial cleaning, there is rash on the cage but otherwise should clean up even better Package Deal: get this SunTour Mount Tech FD thrown in, aside for the fact of a rusty cage with BAD chain gouging, this could make a fine small parts donor for other FDs.
If this doesn't float anybody's boat I have a ton more, just slow to take pix.


Throwing these on the trade-bait pile: they are SunTour stem shifters that are in very good condition (only a few specks of rust on the chrome bits) but somebody modified the levers by bending them, presumably for "safety".
LATEST EDIT, 1/18/21: I have the 7-speed cassette sorted so no longer need one. Still have these 3 SunTour items available IF mountaindave declines them, as he contacted me 1st. I did find a claw for the RD. Now in the hunt for some completely different items: need a "Comfort bike" saddle in good shape, not a full "marshmallow" but something suitable for a novice rider on upright-ish ride. Also have many more "performance" saddles that could be traded in a saddle-to-saddle swap.

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Originally Posted by unworthy1
NEED a 7-speed Shimano-compatible cassette, 14-28 (give or take), in "good to VG" condition, finish is not important (except if "rust", no thanks).
HAVE: much trade-bait but this I just took pix of so let's try it:
Suntour V-GT RD with all bits in place EXcept this probably once had a claw hanger and I probably have one but need to search. I did only initial cleaning, there is rash on the cage but otherwise should clean up even better Package Deal: get this SunTour Mount Tech FD thrown in, aside for the fact of a rusty cage with BAD chain gouging, this could make a fine small parts donor for other FDs.
If this doesn't float anybody's boat I have a ton more, just slow to take pix.
In my bin I have a 12-28 7-speed Sachs FW and a 14-28 7-speed Falcon. Not sure about Shimano compatibility. The Falcon is a take-off, so you can have it for the cost of shipping. The Sachs would require a trade of some sort. Let me know.

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Originally Posted by nlerner
In my bin I have a 12-28 7-speed Sachs FW and a 14-28 7-speed Falcon. Not sure about Shimano compatibility. The Falcon is a take-off, so you can have it for the cost of shipping. The Sachs would require a trade of some sort. Let me know.

​​​​​​nlerner and SurferRosa sorry, am looking for a Cassette, not a Freewheel (which I have several of, but the Sachs are a fave of mine!). One C&Ver asked if I need Hyperglide or will Uniglide work: I will check but I THINK this may be for a hub that can take either style, will confirm tomorrow and update the post.

EDIT: the hub in question needs Hyperglide only, and has to be 7-speed due to the index-shifters that are used with this bike (or an 8-Speed cluster that can be pulled apart and made into a 7-speed with reasonable spaces between cogs).

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Originally Posted by nlerner
In my bin I have a 12-28 7-speed Sachs FW and a 14-28 7-speed Falcon. Not sure about Shimano compatibility. The Falcon is a take-off, so you can have it for the cost of shipping. The Sachs would require a trade of some sort. Let me know.
Hey Neal, pm'd re Sachs freewheel
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
​​​​​​nlerner and SurferRosa sorry, am looking for a Cassette, not a Freewheel (which I have several of, but the Sachs are a fave of mine!). One C&Ver asked if I need Hyperglide or will Uniglide work: I will check but I THINK this may be for a hub that can take either style, will confirm tomorrow and update the post.
Well, I have some 7-speed cassettes, too, including an NOS 13-28t Uniglide, a 12-32t Hyperglide and a few others. I look forward to updates!
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
​​​​​​nlerner and SurferRosa sorry, am looking for a Cassette, not a Freewheel
Sunrace also happens to make some very reasonably priced 7s cassettes that work with Hyperglide - if they are available, given recent crazy supply lines. All their sprockets are separate too (no spiders), so they can be pulled apart and mixed and matched with other cassettes. 7s and 8s are also close enough to use that you could take out a sprocket from an 8s and make it a 7s.
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Looking for a pair of these Dia-Compe quick release adjusters so I can add Q/R function to a pair of Tektro 800A/900A calipers:




PM if you've got something.

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Looking for a bar/stem combo similar to that pictured below. It is for a '60's Italian Frejus, (but a larger frame than pictured), which I hope to take from drop to condorino bars, vintage-ly.
Not sure what a person might want in trade - but those bars would command good compensation.

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Well, I have a set of these in search of purpose... BUT ... the marque name was cast in relief on the inside of each lever, and mine are Legnano rather than Frejus.


Originally Posted by Wildwood
Looking for a bar/stem combo similar to that pictured below. It is for a '60's Italian Frejus, (but a larger frame than pictured), which I hope to take from drop to condorino bars, vintage-ly.
Not sure what a person might want in trade - but those bars would command good compensation.
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Well, I have a set of these in search of purpose... BUT ... the marque name was cast in relief on the inside of each lever, and mine are Legnano rather than Frejus.
OMG, a worthy component in search of a build. I do have a set of high flange wheels with Legnano branded hubs.
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Originally Posted by guelphite
Hi,

Recently purchased a near mint set of wheels from France on ebay.

Got them for a fair price and this was what I received:




Sprint front hub damage

Anyways, it's seized (no packing materials) and I'm now looking for a replacement hub.

36 Hole.
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This probably won't do it for you, but worth a try: I found a Sprint hub during a search of parts yesterday, it's 36 hole but a large flange with solid axle. Re-packed and spins well.
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