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Old 04-26-21, 03:54 PM
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I've got a NOS Campagnolo Chorus Crankset, 10 speed, 175mm. Willing to sell, looking to trade for a very lightly used Brooks B-17 with titanium rails. Would be open to a Pro model, if it has saddle bag loops.

Might be a shot in the dark, let me know what you got!

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Nice crank, you would really have my attention if it were a triple.

Assuming you know that Pro's were out of production for awhile and also were sold out after being brought back and now back in stock, for now.

I got an email from one of the US reps that said they were no more but then they came back, I have half a dozen of them, none have bag loops, didn't think they ever did.
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ISO/WTB shortened cheap Campy 2 bolt 27.2 SP, got one that somebody "lightened" and rendered useless for most of us?

Can be ugly but not overly so.
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Good info to know!
Seems like the stock across the range is very low everywhere right now. I've ridden a few different Brooks, but never a titanium rail version and would like to give it a shot. I'll keep my eye out for a B17 then. Thanks!

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@kirke

Nice crank, you would really have my attention if it were a triple.

Assuming you know that Pro's were out of production for awhile and also were sold out after being brought back and now back in stock, for now.

I got an email from one of the US reps that said they were no more but then they came back, I have half a dozen of them, none have bag loops, didn't think they ever did.
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Originally Posted by kirke
Good info to know!
Seems like the stock across the range is very low everywhere right now. I've ridden a few different Brooks, but never a titanium rail version and would like to give it a shot. I'll keep my eye out for a B17 then. Thanks!
The Pros have thicker leather and many find them too hard to break in.

The B17 Special is my go to and comes in titanium but they are out of stock right now from Brooks.

I have never done ti for the cost, it is supposedly about the weight but seems silly on the Pros with thicker, heavier leather.
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Longshot but need a single Mavic 305 headset bearing (or just the plastic retainer in good condition).
This has round balls but the retainer is at an angle so doubt that any commonplace steel cage would swap for it.
But if I'm wrong please LMK what else worked!
Happy to buy or trade for something of equal value.
Here's a couple pix courtesy of VeloBase

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The bearings are standard sized and can be purchased in single items. They just pop into and out of the retainer. Look for a single ball the same size and pop it back into place and you will be good to go. Smiles,MH
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Rod brake handle bars?

Iím ISO a rod brake handle bar for my old (mid-50s) Bianchi city bike. Must be solid and complete but aesthetics arenít super important. Thx all!
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Originally Posted by merziac
ISO/WTB shortened cheap Campy 2 bolt 27.2 SP, got one that somebody "lightened" and rendered useless for most of us?

Can be ugly but not overly so.
i thought i was a lucky winner here, but memory tricked me - the one i have is a shortened 27.2 in decent shape, but fluted & 1-bolt SR style
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Originally Posted by niliraga
i thought i was a lucky winner here, but memory tricked me - the one i have is a shortened 27.2 in decent shape, but fluted & 1-bolt SR style
Price of admission?
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
Iím ISO a rod brake handle bar for my old (mid-50s) Bianchi city bike. Must be solid and complete but aesthetics arenít super important. Thx all!
I have this set off of a Raleigh. Doesn't include the various linkages, but you can have it for the cost of shipping. Chrome is in very good shape.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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The bearings are standard sized and can be purchased in single items. They just pop into and out of the retainer. Look for a single ball the same size and pop it back into place and you will be good to go. Smiles,MH
Yep but I only have the one retainer and it seems to be unique in both number of balls and how they are held relative to the races. I suppose just a lot of loose balls could be the fall-back but would have to use extra-sticky grease to have any luck holding them in place for assembly.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
I have this set off of a Raleigh. Doesn't include the various linkages, but you can have it for the cost of shipping. Chrome is in very good shape.
Look for a PM!
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Originally Posted by Mattdiano
Anyone need a Campagnolo Gran Sport crank arm? Non-drive side, 170 Strada with a 3 in the circle. I picked this singleton up at the used bike shop, thinking there may be someone out there looking for one. $10 for shipping and it will be on the way to you! PM me.
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ISO Shimano BR-6600 Front or hardware to change one from a rear to a front

I'm trying to put together a bike (surprise) and I have a rear BR6600. I can other rear ones, but no front ones, nor do I have the hardware to convert .....

Any suggestions?

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Originally Posted by Sprocket Turner
I'm trying to put together a bike (surprise) and I have a rear BR6600. I can other rear ones, but no front ones, nor do I have the hardware to convert .....

Any suggestions?
I have a BR-5700 (105) you can probably cannibalize for parts and make a rear into a front. Are you looking to trade or...?

Or get rid of the logo on the front and use it as-is (needs a couple small bits from your donor rear and you're done). Most folks would hardly notice the mis-match.

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Originally Posted by Mattdiano
Anyone need a Campagnolo Gran Sport crank arm? Non-drive side, 170 Strada with a 3 in the circle. I picked this singleton up at the used bike shop, thinking there may be someone out there looking for one. $10 for shipping and it will be on the way to you! PM me.
Please find me a Triomphe left arm?
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Originally Posted by merziac
ISO/WTB shortened cheap Campy 2 bolt 27.2 SP, got one that somebody "lightened" and rendered useless for most of us?

Can be ugly but not overly so.
No, but there is a shortened TTT Record post in a bin somewhere, if that would do I'll go dig for it.
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
PM sent.

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I have tried to respond, and even to email you directly, it bounced back! The crank arm has already found a new home, my apologies that I cannot delete the post!
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Originally Posted by merziac
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Nice crank, you would really have my attention if it were a triple.

Assuming you know that Pro's were out of production for awhile and also were sold out after being brought back and now back in stock, for now.

I got an email from one of the US reps that said they were no more but then they came back, I have half a dozen of them, none have bag loops, didn't think they ever did.
I have some Campy triples, PM me if you are interested!
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Originally Posted by oneclick
No, but there is a shortened TTT Record post in a bin somewhere, if that would do I'll go dig for it.
Yes plz.
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ISO: A clamp-on chainstay cable stop in good condition

I have one that I can use, but the plating is long gone. It does not need to have the mounting hardware - the old hardware is usable. I can do trades or whatever.
EDIT - I HAVE LOCATED ONE.

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Originally Posted by CO_Hoya
As far as I know, the 7200 DA group wasn't indexed (link to Velobase).

Do you mean the downtube friction shifters, or are you thinking of another group?

Yes the friction shifters for 2x6

The ones on my bike are indexed and not native to the rest of the groupset
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
Kurt,
I understand the reluctance to build even more wheels, but it may be better to send it to you to move along to another BF member who will use it for a restore. I also have a box of derailleurs that need to leave here that you may be able to do something with, DA, Cyclone, and 105 stuff that is useable but not here, gimme a call, smiles, MH 812-336-3283
I'm after some parts for my DA 7200 rear derailleur, the B and P axles have play in them, plastic bushings are worn out. I used two small O rings which helped a bit, but now there is a bit of added friction, even with it all freshly greased up. It shifts beautifully, but keeping everything inline isn't perfect.

You wouldn't happen to have a broken DA 7200 for parts would you?
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