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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 01-17-21, 01:24 PM
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Help me remember: SOMEbody was looking for one of the "endless band" clamps for either shifters or maybe a FD. Also I assume it was for something SunTour but cannot find this post anymore. I came across a FD with such a clamp BUT it's a Shimano Deore XT FD-M730 (bottom pull)...it's in VGC, and will let it go cheap if this works for somebody. No pix, yet.
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Originally Posted by niliraga
... the marque name was cast in relief on the inside of each lever, and mine are Legnano rather than Frejus.
I too have a currently not-being-used manubrio condorino, but mine says "Atala" on the backside of the levers. I think they are the coolest city bike levers, but my wife didn't like them, at least not on the bike I built for her.

I spent a bit of time measuring them and comparing them with a drop bar setup a few days ago. I don't think they will generally change the rider's position to be much more upright than the drop bars+stem they'd typically replace (at least for the case of riding on the hoods). From a functional perspective, I think their main benefits are to place the rider's hands directly on the brake levers and provide more leverage when braking (again, compared to riding on the hoods).
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
Help me remember: SOMEbody was looking for one of the "endless band" clamps for either shifters or maybe a FD. Also I assume it was for something SunTour but cannot find this post anymore. I came across a FD with such a clamp BUT it's a Shimano Deore XT FD-M730 (bottom pull)...it's in VGC, and will let it go cheap if this works for somebody. No pix, yet.

It's in the sales thread.

https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-v...and-clamp.html
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Old 01-17-21, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
Help me remember: SOMEbody was looking for one of the "endless band" clamps for either shifters or maybe a FD. Also I assume it was for something SunTour but cannot find this post anymore. I came across a FD with such a clamp BUT it's a Shimano Deore XT FD-M730 (bottom pull)...it's in VGC, and will let it go cheap if this works for somebody. No pix, yet.
Those Shimanos are often 31.8 mm for mtn bikes or used for ovalized tubing to ensure a good fit.
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Thanks to Brian3069 for finding that thread, yes the FD I have is for a 30.7 OD tube so will only fit those seat tubes (without some shim or collar) and it definitely is NOT what the guy in the Sales thread WTB. Sort of explains why it was sitting in my parts bin!
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Sprint hub

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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.
Hello,
Thanks for taking the time to contact me.
Sounds great but I would prefer a small flange to keep it consistent.
Neat that you have a track hub.
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WTT: 120mm quill stems - my short & nice for your tall, not so nice ...

Looking to trade either my
(a) late 70s "SR Forged" 120mm (25.4, not NOS but very clean), or
(b) early 80s Specialized 120mm (25.4 I think, more of a rider - clean but a mark or three)

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Tall (225) Technomics in 120mm (can be 25.4 or 26)

Can follow up with pics if there's a candidate

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Old 01-18-21, 09:48 AM
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Italian bars

Originally Posted by niliraga
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.
Mine is similar (brake levers molded to bars) but it says Bianchi.


Close-up of brake lever

Bianchi Handle bars image 1

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This one is not what most consider "C&V" but vintage can also include "recent vintage":
HAVE: this 20-hole hub, XERO brand, XERO LITE model, black with Shimmy/SRAM "8-speed" cassette body, 130 OLN, QR axle, Spins smooth, was built but appears to have had very light use.
NEED: a black finish 28-hole hub, similar quality but brand not important, can be a FR hub OR a 130 or 135 rear, if Rear then prefer for cassette (not freewheel)



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ISO right hand Campagnolo bottom bracket cup. 1.370" x 24. The photos are pulled from the web but mine is identical except that it is cracked. I have lots of other cups that are the correct thread but the Campagnolo one is thinner and the other ones I have will move the chain line by over .1" and are not original anyway. I just thought I would check here in case someone has one.

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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
If I read this right, you're looking for a vintage Campy Record thin (no rifling) fixed cup in standard thread.
Yes, that is correct.
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Someone had posted a bunch of Shimano 600 Arabesque brake levers and calipers and for the life of me I cant find it maybe it was a different thread... if anyone can find it Id be grateful.
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Originally Posted by LibertyFLS
Someone had posted a bunch of Shimano 600 Arabesque brake levers and calipers and for the life of me I cant find it maybe it was a different thread... if anyone can find it Id be grateful.
How dead-set are you on 600 Arabesque? I have a pair of early DuraAce levers (about that vintage) in VGC.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
How dead-set are you on 600 Arabesque? I have a pair of early DuraAce levers (about that vintage) in VGC.
post a pic, that might be fine actually
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Sure, just happen to have a couple, side view of the DA, no hoods, no cable "nozzles" (but might scare up something if you need a pair, may NOT be DA-correct, tho).
Front view shows these DA plus also some "BL-Z326" which I think are Golden Arrow, AKA early 105, crusty hoods and non-correct cable nozzles, no idea what or where they came from!


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Wanted: Balilla center pull drop bolt

Balilla center pull brakes have this nice builtin drop bolt feature. Instead of round holes in the backing plates (stirrups), they have slots which allow you to move the entire caliper up or down by rotating the bolt 180. I have a pair of these I'd like to use on the back of my Dawes as the drop bolt feature allows me to lower the caliper for 700c rims. Unfortunately, both bolts I have are too short, even for use on the rear:



That short bolt barely makes it through the backing plate and the brake bridge with a semicircular aluminum washer to mate the flat backing plate to the round brake bridge. There's not enough room for a washer and nut on the back (front) side (let alone the matching semicircular washer). My guess is that the bolt shown above was for use on a low-end bike with a flat sheet metal brake bridge.

I need something longer, probably 35mm at minimum, 40mm to be on the safe side. I tried swapping in a center bolt from a MAFAC Racer, but its diameter was too large to fit through the slightly narrower slot on the Balilla. (If it would have fit I'd have cobbled something together to take up the extra space in the slot.) Anybody got something like this? I'd be happy to buy an entire caliper (or set). Happy to trade as well. I have plenty of small parts to trade. If you need something, let me know.
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ISO/WTT: rear wheel wolber 700c

i have a front wheel ( with wolber gentleman gta rim, 36h) and i'd like to find a rear wheel to match. can be anything from wolber (or mavic) just with the same box rim shape in 36h, silver, and freewheel hub.



i have a couple of 27" wheelsets in great shape, some 1st gen 600ex hubs (cassette included), some suntour freewheels, some suntour derailleurs, drilled dia compe levers w/turkey wings and SR rando bars in 39mm (both items clean!!), and some individual wheels in various usable condition. if you have something, i'm not looking for superb condition, just cleanable and usable

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Originally Posted by unworthy1
Sure, just happen to have a couple, side view of the DA, no hoods, no cable "nozzles" (but might scare up something if you need a pair, may NOT be DA-correct, tho).
Front view shows these DA plus also some "BL-Z326" which I think are Golden Arrow, AKA early 105, crusty hoods and non-correct cable nozzles, no idea what or where they came from!



thanks for offering. I like the drilled set on the left though!
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ISO nice looking 110/74 crankset

I'm planning on swapping my compact double crankset for a half step + granny triple. I already have a set of vintage takagi chainrings 48-44-28 in good shape. Looking for a decent crankset to put them on. I'd love to find one with fluted crank arms. Preferably 170mm length.
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Just found out that the left pedal thread on a kids' bike I used for a shoot is stripped. Can't give it away like that. Looking for a 4" Ashtabula crank to replace it - youth 1/2" pedals ideal too.




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Originally Posted by LibertyFLS
thanks for offering. I like the drilled set on the left though!
They are available...just PM me.
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ISO = 70s English road bike frame set

ISO = 70s English road bike frame set similar to the one described and pictured below.



For trade, I have an early 70s Ernie Clements designed Falcon Model 92. I really like this style of bike, but this one is way too big for me. ST=24.5/62.5cm TT=23.5/60cm. I usually ride a 56cm square, but, depending on configuration, can do as big as 57cm or down to 55cm. Im hoping to find a similar English Frame set in my size range. First choice would be another Falcon Model 92 in similar condition (I really like the wrap over set stays), but Im open to other English brands. Id like to avoid Raleighs with the weird threading. Id also consider a Made in Taiwan Bianchi entry to mid level frame set.

This Falcon is complete and looks like all parts except the wheels and brakes are original. It has Campy Valentino shifters and derailleurs. Frame is faded and weathered, but has very little surface rust (nothing deep), 531 straight gauge main triangle and Campy dropouts with derailleur hanger. It has a Pivo stem with unbranded handle bars. The brakes are Dia Compe instead of the Wienmanns that were OEM. The brake cables & housings were replaced to allow test rides. Pix attached. However, I am only looking for a frame set for trade. The wheels arent worth shipping. I will include the rest of the components in the trade. Basically, anything that will fit in a frame box goes.

Im also willing to add a few $ if the trader has something a bit more upscale.

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Campagnolo aero water bottle cage

Campagnolo aero water bottle cage for trade. No bottle but cage fits the bottle as pictured in last photo. Mine cracked ages ago. I could use an older Cyclone rear derailleur especially a longer cage. Caliper brakes, quick release skewers or whatever you think would be a good trade.



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Trade Zeus for Zeus

I have some extra Zeus parts to trade for other Zeus parts.

I have 4 seatposts:
26.6 no flutes two bolt
26.6 micro flutes one bolt
two 26.8 normal flutes two bolt
I will need one of these but do not yet know which size, this is soon to be resolved.

I have two Criterium rear mechs, one with claw, one without; I need one and don't care which.

I need a 26.2 Zeus seatpost.
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Have two fixed Campy cups, trade one for an adjustable

I have a thin (non-rifled) and a thick (rifled) fixed cup, both Italian, would trade either for an adjustable (hopefully with lockring) to match the other.

The thick one appears unused, ball tracks show zero, nothing. The thin one is used but in excellent condition, has a ball track but it's thin and I see no pits or marks anywhere.




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