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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 07-06-18, 04:15 PM
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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.
Do you have pictures of the toe straps?
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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. Send a pm if you’re still looking.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
I appreciate you looking. Thanks.
USAZ, I have a handful of spindles sitting in a box. Don't know if any is a 116 but would a 115 do (if I have one)?
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ISO: Six speed freewheels, in the range of 13 or 14 to 23 thru 26 I have more need for six speeds than seven speeds. Will provide photos to interested parties.
Trade bait:
  • Four prong Suntour Winner Pro 7 speed 13-14-15-17-19-21-23. Light use
  • Shimano Sante 7 speed 13-14-15-17-19-21-24. Average use
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Originally Posted by lacro
Looking for a campy dual cable guide.
I have one, let me see what it takes
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Originally Posted by CV-6
ISO: Six speed freewheels, in the range of 13 or 14 to 23 thru 26 I have more need for six speeds than seven speeds. Will provide photos to interested parties.
Trade bait:
  • Four prong Suntour Winner Pro 7 speed 13-14-15-17-19-21-23. Light use
  • Shimano Sante 7 speed 13-14-15-17-19-21-24. Average use
I have a Shimano 600 13-18, Dura-ace 13-21, and a Suntour 14-28
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I have one, let me see what it takes

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ISO Sansin Gyromaster hubset

I'm in need of a set of Sansin Gyromaster hubs. They need not be immaculate, but bearing surfaces should be undamaged. Does anyone have a set they're not using? I have various trade goods, or would be open to some other arrangement.
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Originally Posted by FBOATSB
I have a Shimano 600 13-18, Dura-ace 13-21, and a Suntour 14-28
Sent you a PM
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I've got a bunch of nice SunTour Superbe bits in my parts stash that I'd like to swap for Campy stuff.

Have:

CW-5000 Superbe Pro crankset, 52-42, 144 BCD, date code AK (Nov. 1984)
Italian threaded SunTour bottom bracket for the above
CB-2200 Superbe Pro brake levers, "compact" reach, no hoods
CB-3200 Superbe brake levers, slotted, non-original hoods
CB-4100 Superbe single pivot brakes (pair), 57mm reach, nutted, original SunTour branded salmon pads
CB-3600 Superbe Pro single pivot brakes (pair), 49mm max reach, recessed
SP-SB00 Superbe Pro seat post, 27.2, some of the anodization has worn off toward the bottom
SunTour shift levers, unsure of the model

I could be off on the specific models of any of these. Pictures below.

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Campagnolo NR/SR/Victory single pivot brakes, post-CSPC OK, ideally recessed
Campagnolo NR/SR brake levers
Campagnolo NR/SR/Victory crank
Campagnolo seat post, 27.2 or 26.4, preferably not fluted or aero

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(I moved the hoods shown here to the levers below.)








(This pic is to show the spring. Some people call this one "hidden" but it's not the real SunTour hidden spring.)



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Looking for a pair of black Suntour XC brake calipers. May have trade bits; please inquire.
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ISO:
Cantilever mount front "randonneur style" rack - Velo Orange Pass Hunter, Nitto M12, or similar.
50.4 chainrings 30/46 or 30/48
ISO taper bottom bracket, 68mm shell width, English threads

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Velo Orange Randonneur front rack, w/modified tang. Set up to mount on front face of fork crown. Good condition, pictures on request.
2X 650B x 32 Grand Bois tires. Unknown mileage but still a good amount of life left. Got them with some used 650B wheels but have no use for them.
FSA Vero compact double 9s crankset, black, square taper, 50/38 rings. Good/fair condition, 3K miles on the outer ring, maybe 1/3 of that on the inner.
9s Double Sora brifters - 3K miles, a little bit of scuffing, not too bad.

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Looking for
- post CPSC Campy bottom bracket Italian threaded 70. 114/116? Crank is a double
-Record crank 73' or older (non dated) 170-175 length
- 5 speed freewheel, Italian threaded, 24 max top end.

Have
-2nd gen Rally derailleur
-Campy triple
-Mavic 531 hubs (green label) I believe these are the ones that have the spacer so it fits 130-135. MTB or Road.
-Various other items.
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Originally Posted by bwilli88

Looks good, what will it take?
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
I'm in need of a set of Sansin Gyromaster hubs. They need not be immaculate, but bearing surfaces should be undamaged. Does anyone have a set they're not using? I have various trade goods, or would be open to some other arrangement.
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Jon, I've got a set of 36h Sansin hubs with skewers from the early-mid 80s. I'll dig them out. I have no idea what they are.
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Have:
fi'zi:k Arione, K:ium rails, like new, black.
fi'zi:k Aliante VSX, K:ium rails, like new, black.
Specialized Romin 143, hollow CroMo rails, like new, black w/red center. SN VL-1361
Specialized Avatar 143, rails light rust spotting, otherwise excellent condition, black with white accents.
Selle Italia TurboMatic,, Ti rails, black w/yellow accents, excellent condition.
Selle Italia SL, fiberglass shell, Vanox rails, new. black with red center.

ISO:
Prologo Scratch Pro, black or red, excellent condition.
Prologo Nago Evo, black or red, excellent condition.
Brooks B66 in black.

Prefer the Ti rails, but can slum to carbon rails if needed.

Pics on request. PM's please, or email.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Jon, I've got a set of 36h Sansin hubs with skewers from the early-mid 80s. I'll dig them out. I have no idea what they are.
Thanks, 36-hole rims are what I need. Let me know what you find.
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ISO cantilever brake set

While I'm in foraging mode, does anyone have a set of Shimano BR-MC70 brakes (front, rear, and associated hardware) that they're not using? I believe they were pretty common on mid-80s mountain bikes.
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This seems kind of ridiculous to ask, but does anyone in SF or Oakland area have a decent 27" rear wheel for less than an arm and a leg?

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While I'm in foraging mode, does anyone have a set of Shimano BR-MC70 brakes (front, rear, and associated hardware) that they're not using? I believe they were pretty common on mid-80s mountain bikes.
I just wanna tell you, this brought to mind an image of a large rabbit timidly sorting through parts bins and munching away on the metal
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
While I'm in foraging mode, does anyone have a set of Shimano BR-MC70 brakes (front, rear, and associated hardware) that they're not using? I believe they were pretty common on mid-80s mountain bikes.
Jon, here's a set for sale/trade in another thread.
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Originally Posted by Bikerider007
Looking for
- post CPSC Campy bottom bracket Italian threaded 70. 114/116? Crank is a double
-Record crank 73' or older (non dated) 170-175 length
- 5 speed freewheel, Italian threaded, 24 max top end.

Have
-2nd gen Rally derailleur
-Campy triple
-Mavic 531 hubs (green label) I believe these are the ones that have the spacer so it fits 130-135. MTB or Road.
-Various other items.
-$
I have a 5-speed Regina, 13-17 straight block if you're interested. I've swapped everything over to six speeds by this point, so it's been languishing for a few years now.

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@Drillium Dude I don't think I'll be doing much climbing so that should work. I'll pm thanks.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
Jon, here's a set for sale/trade in another thread.
Thanks, Neal--see a separate email from me on a related subject.
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ISO pair MA40 rims, 36h

Or GP4. I can go with sew-ups or high-end clinchers.

Will even consider any other skinny rim with similar IRD.
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Originally Posted by jimmuller
ISO pair MA40 rims, 36h

Or GP4. I can go with sew-ups or high-end clinchers.

Will even consider any other skinny rim with similar IRD.
Thanks,
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As these rims are dark anodized w/o a machined brake track (and therefore wear, not always prettily, through the ano), what kind of brake track wear are you willing to take?
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