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Old 04-11-21, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
I can't help you with Legnano levers (mine are Atala), but what do you currently have?

What I currently have. Hoping for a miracle!
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Old 04-11-21, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by nlerner
Have: Three SunTour barcon pods marked "Schwinn Approved"; I think the two on the right are NOS.
Need: One SunTour barcon pod marked "P.A.T. SunTour"; condition should be good, but doesn't have to be pristine.

I'm hoping there are Paramount owners running barcons who need this final detail to complete their builds.


I can do that trade.

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Do you need the expanding bits with that as well? PM me at your leisure.

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Old 04-11-21, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by FBOATSB
I can do that trade.

Edited to add:
Do you need the expanding bits with that as well? PM me at your leisure.
Great! PM forthcoming.
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Originally Posted by top506
ISO Shimano Sora triple FD, FD-3303. Only one that will work in this application.

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I dug up this one. A little dirty, but in pretty good shape with all the nuts and bolts. Cage might be slightly bent, but correctable.




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Originally Posted by FBOATSB
I can do that trade.

Edited to add:
Do you need the expanding bits with that as well? PM me at your leisure.
If he doesn't need them, I need a set of the expanding bits Or really just the bolts that go through them. Picked up a set of barcons off a guy who didn't know you had to turn that bolt clockwise to loosen the wedge.... so he drilled them out
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Originally Posted by PatTheSlat
...so he drilled them out
Ouch! Hope you didn't pay much. Sorry, I don't have any spares, but these are available on ebay and look like they match, I don't know for sure. Maybe someone here knows if the threads match.

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Originally Posted by RustyJames

What I currently have. Hoping for a miracle!
Now I'm confused. I'm just looking on my phone's smallish screen, but that looks like "Legnano" to me.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Now I'm confused. I'm just looking on my phone's smallish screen, but that looks like "Legnano" to me.
I read the same thing. It looks like a lever for a city bike, or a lever for a really, really old road bike.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
I read the same thing. It looks like a lever for a city bike, or a lever for a really, really old road bike.
That's a standard pattern lever that got stamped with all kinds of brands.

There's a "Torpado" set on that auction site right now:


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Found 26.6 Spidel fluted seatpost

Looking for the pictured seatpost. simplex slj with the long squared end flutes.

26.6 is what I need but I’m not afraid to shim a 26.4.

Thanks

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Originally Posted by AeroGut
I dug up this one. A little dirty, but in pretty good shape with all the nuts and bolts. Cage might be slightly bent, but correctable.





PM sent.

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Hello all. Might be a long shot here, but I'd like to try and get a new 700x25 tubular tire in a trade for this campy chorus derailleur. It's a nice derailleur that works fine. Thank you. Have a good ride everybody.

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Exage stuff

I am in the process of turning my completely stock Schwinn Crosscut into a CX beast, and have a partial group of Shimano Exage components (RapidFire Shifter/Brake lever, 500LX Brakes, BioPace rings) that I'm offering up in trade for someone who might need it. Would be excellent for a classic MTB build. I can get detailed pics, but I haven't started breaking the bike down. The saddle, bars & stem are also available...

In addition to the frame/fork, I'm keeping the seatpost and wheelset. I am planning to do this as a 2x10 build to kinda match my other CX bike. What I most need in trade are shifters & a 10 speed cassette (I'm actually looking for an additional 10 speed cassette in 12-27). I am also willing to listen to any other trade offers (I play guitar too) that you think are interesting.


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I am in need of a 1 inch threaded or threadless fork. Steel, aluminum or CF, Black or orange color, steerer tube at least 180mm, axle to brake mount around 366mm. I do have some items for trade bait, or I can just purchase. It is for a 2002 Lemond Tourmalet 53cm. PM me please. Thanks

Added info: Crown race 26.4 and tire clearance of at least 32mm between the fork legs. Depending on the tire, I use 25mm to 27mm. 28s I have tried do not clear the fork crown or brake caliper.

FOUND FORK, thanks to @Spaghetti Legs.

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Originally Posted by delbiker1
I am in need of a 1 inch threaded or threadless fork. Steel, aluminum or CF, Black or orange color, steerer tube at least 180mm, axle to brake mount around 366mm. I do have some items for trade bait, or I can just purchase. It is for a 2002 Lemond Tourmalet 53cm. PM me please. Thanks
What max tire size are you looking to run? I have a couple of CF possibilities with max tire of 25mm.
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Hello everyone - I'm looking for one of the webbing/elastic straps used to "tie down" vintage cannondale bar bags - as shown hanging off the bottom of the example below. I got a great deal on one of these bags at a local auction ($5!) but it only came with one of the straps




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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Now I'm confused. I'm just looking on my phone's smallish screen, but that looks like "Legnano" to me.
Originally Posted by TimmyT
I read the same thing. It looks like a lever for a city bike, or a lever for a really, really old road bike.
It is indeed a Legnano lever for a city bike. Nothing special about the casting except the “Legnano” cast into it. I’ve seen some for auction in Europe but the shipping $$ is not insignificant so I thought that if I could find some here in ‘Merica it would be mo bettah.
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nlerner , I pm,d you.
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If you don't find another, why not use bungee cord stock and make your own. A loop is all that is needed. Hobby Lobby or Amazon sells bungee cord stock.


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Hello everyone - I'm looking for one of the webbing/elastic straps used to "tie down" vintage cannondale bar bags - as shown hanging off the bottom of the example below. I got a great deal on one of these bags at a local auction ($5!) but it only came with one of the straps




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If you don't find another, why not use bungee cord stock and make your own. A loop is all that is needed. Hobby Lobby or Amazon sells bungee cord stock.
That's my next option, I was hoping to buy my way out of this jam as my DIY schedule is already jam-packed this spring and I've always struggled with the ol' needle-n-thread you're right though, a loop of bungee should be sufficient so I won't have to fret about sewing it to the webbing

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Originally Posted by semroc
I'd like a new 700x25 tubular tire in a trade for this campy chorus derailleur.
Wish I had one for you. @Wildwood?
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Maybe check Jandd for the shock cord and strap/hook. They made a similar bag with shock cords and hooks, and are generally good about selling spares.
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ISO: Campagnolo SR front derailleur spacer/bolt. I have no idea where it went or when it went missing.

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I have 36 2.0/1/8/2.0 308 double-butted stainless steel NOS Stella spokes.

I need 36 2.0/1.8 305-308 single-butted stainless Stella spokes.

My hub won't accept a 2.0 threaded end, must be 1.8.
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