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Old 01-28-21, 12:10 AM
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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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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=24.5Ē/62.5cm TT=23.5Ē/60cm. I usually ride a 56cm square, but, depending on configuration, can do as big as 57cm or down to 55cm. Iím 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 Iím open to other English brands. Iíd like to avoid Raleighs with the weird threading. Iíd also consider a ďMade in TaiwanĒ 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 arenít worth shipping. I will include the rest of the components in the trade. Basically, anything that will fit in a frame box goes.

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

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Old 01-30-21, 05:14 PM
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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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unworthy1 clubman - I was able to find what I was looking for. Thanks for your help.
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Campagnolo 1044 "World" Seat Post for trade

Not for sale. Want to trade 26.2 for equal condition 26.8. (or purchase 26.8, or maybe vintage Gipiemme, Avocet, etc.)
Early, no insertion lines.Typical lower scuffs. Upper 40-50mm of shaft is nice. Have more photos.







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Huret rear drop-out adjusters

These:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Huret-parts...2/143694301212

Anyone have a set? I'd rather deal with the community than pull the trigger on the 'bay.

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Long shot, but...

Has anybody got a 16" wheel folding bike I could borrow to test-ride in the Boston area? Like a Brompton or a Dahon, I guess? I have some weird prototype 45/75 R16 radial tires that an engineer on Harvard's fuel mileage championship team gave me. I kind of want to see what they're like on a bicycle, but I have nothing with 16" wheels. I've got nothing in trade, but if you've got a 16" folder and your curiosity is piqued by these weird things, we can both try it out!
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Originally Posted by scarlson View Post
Has anybody got a 16" wheel folding bike I could borrow to test-ride in the Boston area? Like a Brompton or a Dahon, I guess? I have some weird prototype 45/75 R16 radial tires that an engineer on Harvard's fuel mileage championship team gave me. I kind of want to see what they're like on a bicycle, but I have nothing with 16" wheels. I've got nothing in trade, but if you've got a 16" folder and your curiosity is piqued by these weird things, we can both try it out!
You might need to be more specific; there are five 16" sizes ranging from 305 to 349.
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ISO 80s Steel CX frame 52-54

Looking for an 1980s Steel CX frame from 52 to 54cm.

126mm rear and English threaded would be preferred.

Any out there?

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Looking for this handlebar, Nitto Tsubasa 1. Willing to take its brothers, the 3 and 5 also if you have one laying around. Much appreciated!

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Old 02-07-21, 12:26 PM
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According to Sutherland's (if I can read the chart correctly), the largest 4 sprockets of a 5s Shimano MF-012 can be used on a 6s Shimano MF-6208. I'm trying to create a 6s 13-32, so...

ISO two Shimano freewheels (ISO):
  1. MF-Z012 5 speed 14-32 (must be 14-17-21-26-32) Purchased
  2. 600 MF-6208 6 speed 13-18 corncob (or some combo that starts out 13-14) Found - thanks, Skip!
Have for trade (all ISO and in used, uncleaned but not disgusting condition):
  1. Suntour Winner 6s 13-24 (13-15-17-19-21-24)
  2. Suntour Perfect 5s 14-28 (14-17-20-24-28)
  3. Suntour ??? 5s 13-30 (13-16-21-26-30)
  4. Shimano MF-Z012 5s 14-28 (14-17-20-24-28)
Left to right:


I also have a decent, but not infinite parts bin; feel free to PM for non-freewheel trades.

Thanks in advance,
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
According to Sutherland's (if I can read the chart correctly), the largest 4 sprockets of a 5s Shimano MF-012 can be used on a 6s Shimano MF-6208. I'm trying to create a 6s 13-32, so...

ISO two Shimano freewheels (ISO):
  1. MF-Z012 5 speed 14-32 (must be 14-17-21-26-32)
  2. 600 MF-6208 6 speed 13-18 corncob (or some combo that starts out 13-14)
Have for trade (all ISO and in used, uncleaned but not disgusting condition):
  1. Suntour Winner 6s 13-24 (13-15-17-19-21-24)
  2. Suntour Perfect 5s 14-28 (14-17-20-24-28)
  3. Suntour ??? 5s 13-30 (13-16-21-26-30)
  4. Shimano MF-Z012 5s 14-28 (14-17-20-24-28)
Left to right:


I also have a decent, but not infinite parts bin; feel free to PM for non-freewheel trades.

Thanks in advance,
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I donít have the two free wheels youíre looking for, but I do have a 14-32t 6-speed MF-Z012 Iím glad to send for the cost of mailing:


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ISO two Shimano freewheels (ISO):
  1. MF-Z012 5 speed 14-32 (must be 14-17-21-26-32)
  2. 600 MF-6208 6 speed 13-18 corncob (or some combo that starts out 13-14)
I have an MF-6208 which came on a recent wheelset, 13-14-15-17-19-21. The smaller five cogs have a Uniglide twist. The 21T has straight teeth. It is completely surplus to my needs. I'm happy to swap something for it, though we should figure out how to each cram two USPS Priority Mail flat rate boxes full...

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I donít have the two free wheels youíre looking for, but I do have a 14-32t 6-speed MF-Z012 Iím glad to send for the cost of mailing:
I appreciate the offer, but the sprockets I require must contain 17-21-26-32. This is for a half-step drivetrain, hence the specific needs.
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I have an MF-6208 which came on a recent wheelset, 13-14-15-17-19-21. The smaller five cogs have a Uniglide twist. The 21T has straight teeth. It is completely surplus to my needs. I'm happy to swap something for it, though we should figure out how to each cram two USPS Priority Mail flat rate boxes full...
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ISO: Raleigh / Suntour 7 GT RD (or similar)

Greetings,

I am trying to replace the RD below. Before I go to ebay or elsewhere I thought I'd ask if anyone here has something laying around. Although it is going on a late 70's Raleigh (5-speed, friction shift) I'm not too concerned about it being Raleigh branded or even the same type - however if possible I'd like to replace it with another Suntour that is at least somewhat period correct looking. It does need to have a longer cage though (large cog = 34T, total capacity = 30T).

Many thanks in advance!

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Greetings,

I am trying to replace the RD below...
You've got yourself a Raleigh-branded SunTour Seven RD. See Disraeli Gears for some good info. You could go for just a plain Seven, but I wouldn't hesitate to upgrade to a V GT or even a V GT Luxe. They are ridiculously reliable and as such still exist in good numbers. The only "reason" someone would get rid of one is because they might find indexing to be a thing.

I personally put a V GT Luxe on my "gas pipe" 5s Ross Eurotour with a Shimano FFS (it's cool to shift while coasting!). It replaced a Shimano Eagle POS that came in at about two times the weight. The Bob Ross has never shifted so well and makes happy little sounds when I ride.

You owe it to yourself to put a fine SunTour on your Raleigh. If you find one, be sure that it has a claw (if that is what your frame requires) - the mounting bolts are different for a claw and an integrated derailleur hanger: Suntour V-Gt and V-GT Luxe
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Have a pair of Shimano Exage Motion BR-8250 single pivot sidepulls - recessed mount - that @unworthy1 gave to me for the Velo Yellow project. In the meantime, I did find dual pivots for all three bikes, so went that route - leaving me with these calipers.

In the spirit they were given, yours for cost of shipping. Recessed mount, 39-49mm reach. Can ship with the arms off the posts to keep the cost down.








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You've got yourself a Raleigh-branded SunTour Seven RD. See Disraeli Gears for some good info. You could go for just a plain Seven, but I wouldn't hesitate to upgrade to a V GT or even a V GT Luxe. They are ridiculously reliable and as such still exist in good numbers. The only "reason" someone would get rid of one is because they might find indexing to be a thing.

I personally put a V GT Luxe on my "gas pipe" 5s Ross Eurotour with a Shimano FFS (it's cool to shift while coasting!). It replaced a Shimano Eagle POS that came in at about two times the weight. The Bob Ross has never shifted so well and makes happy little sounds when I ride.

You owe it to yourself to put a fine SunTour on your Raleigh. If you find one, be sure that it has a claw (if that is what your frame requires) - the mounting bolts are different for a claw and an integrated derailleur hanger: Suntour V-Gt and V-GT Luxe
Yeah, I was able to identify the model from the disraeligears site. A very good resource for sure!

Not that I am even close to being a chef but I am kind of treating this like I would missing an ingredient for a recipe: do I really want to run out to a gourmet food store and spend a few bucks on some high end spice to make the dish "right"? Or would I be OK with just making do with other more standard off the shelf stuff? I already dug through my pantry to find something close that might work well enough but sadly all I found were short cages...which looked "expired" anyhow

Thanks for the positive comments about the V-GT/ V-GT Luxe. I was looking at those as an option also.
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Originally Posted by HMJ View Post
Greetings,

I am trying to replace the RD below. Before I go to ebay or elsewhere I thought I'd ask if anyone here has something laying around. Although it is going on a late 70's Raleigh (5-speed, friction shift) I'm not too concerned about it being Raleigh branded or even the same type - however if possible I'd like to replace it with another Suntour that is at least somewhat period correct looking. It does need to have a longer cage though (large cog = 34T, total capacity = 30T).

Many thanks in advance!

I think I have a Suntour Seven, I will check that it has the "claw" and get back to this post, If it's good to go you can have it for cost of postage.
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