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Old 03-02-21, 04:02 PM
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I recently bought a used Regina Futura set, missing the freewheel tool. Seller had no idea what he had but "assumed" it was complete. I looked at it and thought, "Cool set" and saw it had a two spare freewheel bodies and what appeared to be a body mounted to the hub.

After I got it home and cleaned it up I discovered the "body mounted to the hub" was actually a nice and complete Regina Extra BX and there were now two spare bodies with no hub to mount them to.
So, either someone has a Futura hub they want to sell/trade off or, alternatively I can trade what I have for something interesting. I'll throw in the box and the two spare freewheel bodies but since the Extra doesn't match I'll keep it. I have to keep the freewheel tool as it's the last one I have.

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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
I dont know how you feel about using shims.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Campagnolo-....c100173.m2968
Absolutely against shims. This application also shouldn't have flutes, ideally.

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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
Absolutely against shims. This application also shouldn't have flutes, ideally.

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Seatposts shouldn't. If there is enough material to make flutes in, the wall was too thick to start with. Reducing weight by removing the part of the wall that bears more of the stress only works if you can't do maths.
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Originally Posted by oneclick View Post
Seatposts shouldn't. If there is enough material to make flutes in, the wall was too thick to start with. Reducing weight by removing the part of the wall that bears more of the stress only works if you can't do maths.
It's for a Raleigh Sports, so flutes would be over the top. They look great even though their whole premise is flawed as you point out, but it just doesn't work for my specific build.

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Old 03-03-21, 09:46 PM
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DEFINITELY IN SEARCH OF:

SUPERBE slotted levers w/ 24.0 mm clamps. They do not need to be pristine. Hoods unimportant.

COULD BE IN SEARCH OF:

SUPERBE 4700 calipers. Preferably w/ original pad holders & wheel guides. Can be nutted or recessed.

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Funds in PayPal and/or a variety of components for potential trade.

EDIT: 24mm clamps was a brain fart. 23.8 clamps will be just fine.

UPDATE: I’ve procured levers. May still be interested in calipers.

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Old 03-03-21, 11:58 PM
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Does anyone have need for a Shimano bar end shifter with a Sturmey Archer 3-speed indexing body Frenched into a SL-BS64 lever arm? Three speed. I have no such IGH’s.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Does anyone have need for a Shimano bar end shifter with a Sturmey Archer 3-speed indexing body Frenched into a SL-BS64 lever arm? Three speed. I have no such IGH’s.
I need to see that.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
I need to see that.
This is embarrassing - it was a rubber Shimano lever tip used on the SA bar end. No actual mechanical wizardry.



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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
This is embarrassing - it was a rubber Shimano lever tip used on the SA bar end. No actual mechanical wizardry.

Don't sweat it! I'd make the same mistake. I wouldn't be surprised at all if there's shared tooling or patents somehow, looking at the thing.
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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post
DEFINITELY IN SEARCH OF:

SUPERBE slotted levers w/ 24.0 mm clamps. They do not need to be pristine. Hoods unimportant.

COULD BE IN SEARCH OF:

SUPERBE 4700 calipers. Preferably w/ original pad holders & wheel guides. Can be nutted or recessed.

HAVE:

Funds in PayPal and/or a variety of components for potential trade.

EDIT: 24mm clamps was a brain fart. 23.8 clamps will be just fine.

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Old 03-05-21, 04:23 AM
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Dia-Compe G adjusters - need two

of these guys:


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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post

Don't sweat it! I'd make the same mistake. I wouldn't be surprised at all if there's shared tooling or patents somehow, looking at the thing.
It's shared/copied. Rivendell's bar-ends have used Shimano-clone inserts for years, just with different levers on them. Love this combo though

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ISO a steel fork for a road bike, 1" threaded, 24tpi, steerer length 155-170mm. For 700c rim, non cant brakes.
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Old 03-07-21, 04:28 PM
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ISO narrow spacers for TA Pro 5 vis cyclotouriste chainrings. The standard spacers for doubles are 3.5mm thick but they also made ones that were around 3.0 or 3.1. It's a long shot, but figured I'd try here. I have four of them, and need two more.
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I bought this from the Madison bike co-op last year thinking I would use it on a build. The build fell through and this fork has been here for a while. It cost me $30 to get it and I would pass it along for that cost if that will work for you. PM me MH

The fork needs paint around the top due to some surface rust otherwise chrome on stays and socks
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ISO a steel fork for a road bike, 1" threaded, 24tpi, steerer length 155-170mm. For 700c rim, non cant brakes.
PM if interested. Got a red “Aero Cromoly” LeMond fork, steerer about 158. Old chromed Fuji Hi-Ten fork from a Royale, with high rake ~59mm, about 165mm steerer.

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Want a few links of 10mm chain

I have a tool idea and need to make a toggle, 1/2" pitch chain would do except it is too long. Does anyone have a few links of 10mm chain?
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PM if interested. Got a red “Aero Cromoly” LeMond fork, steerer about 158. Old chromed Fuji Hi-Ten fork from a Royale, with high rake ~59mm, about 165mm steerer.

If the LeMond fork is not spoken for I would possibly like to say "2nd dibs" depending on a measurement I need to make. I will send a PM after I get to the frame in question.
EDIT: after measuring: too short for my project, can't use it. No dibs on this for me.

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Sealed Cart Bearing swap, 4 for 3:
Sometime back I needed a pair of sealed cart bearings for something, decided it was more cost-effective to buy a lot of them than just the pair, but wound up with extras (whoda thunkit?)

But now I DO have a project but need a different size, so...

Have: 6903 RS (double rubber seals, black) advertised as ABEC 5 but not marked as ABEC anything (so YMMV), Chinese made, 17 x 30 x 7, never used, you get 4 of them.

Need: 6902 RS (double rubber seals, any color) would take same quality (but nothing below ABEC 3), new, made in any country, 15 x 28 x 7, I get 3 of them.

OR will entertain swaps for something else if you have the (3) 6902 RS and want to discuss options, I have lotsa-lots of stuff.

EDIT: Update, I decided to repeat my foolish buying habit and just ordered the bearings I need online. This time I will end up with only one extra (so, baby steps forward)!

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ISO 5 speed Dura Ace freewheel..............I have a 5 speed 600 I can trade or several others in 6 speed........and lots of other stuff.
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ISO 5 speed Dura Ace freewheel..............I have a 5 speed 600 I can trade or several others in 6 speed........and lots of other stuff.
I have one you can have. The tool slots are a little chewed up but I could still remove it with the right tool. PM me if interested. I can dig it out of a bin tomorrow evening.
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I have one you can have. The tool slots are a little chewed up but I could still remove it with the right tool. PM me if interested. I can dig it out of a bin tomorrow evening.

I greatly appreciate the offer but gotta hold out for another. Going on a Phil hub and I just don't want to put myself in a bind. Thank you though.
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Originally Posted by southpawboston View Post
ISO narrow spacers for TA Pro 5 vis cyclotouriste chainrings. The standard spacers for doubles are 3.5mm thick but they also made ones that were around 3.0 or 3.1. It's a long shot, but figured I'd try here. I have four of them, and need two more.
I knew I had some 3mm sheet, and I knew I had one of those cranksets, and I know I have a lathe, so I took a spacer out of the crankset and measured it and did a bit of metalwork and you can have these for a promise:




They are 12.0 outside and 7.1 inside and 3.0 thick. If you PM me your postal address I'll tape them to a bit of card and stuff it in a letter-envelope.

The promise is this: You keep an eye out for a Campy left-side Triomphe crank, 170mm; I have a project for which that is the last missing piece.
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I knew I had some 3mm sheet, and I knew I had one of those cranksets, and I know I have a lathe, so I took a spacer out of the crankset and measured it and did a bit of metalwork and you can have these for a promise:




They are 12.0 outside and 7.1 inside and 3.0 thick. If you PM me your postal address I'll tape them to a bit of card and stuff it in a letter-envelope.

The promise is this: You keep an eye out for a Campy left-side Triomphe crank, 170mm; I have a project for which that is the last missing piece.
You better use a bubble envelope. If you send it in a standard sized envelope it will be run through an automated sorter and things will be lost.
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