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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 05-10-21, 10:23 AM
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REVISED HUB DEAL: Now 2 for 1: remember this? I was asking to swap a 36-hole Tri-color front hub for the same in 32, this is the far left hub in this pic. Well in my continued search I find I have 2 hubs with 36-hole drilling and will trade BOTH of them for one 32-hole hub in very good condition (must have smooth bearing surfaces)
This second is almost as nice cosmetically as the first, and I will re-pack it before shipping, too.
Pic to be added later today, but here's the 1st along with it's now built up buddies:
PM me!
Time traveling to an earlier day: EDIT: I got the front hub I was looking for so this deal is now closed.
BUT I also came across some slotted Weinmann brake lever (blades) that somebody was asking for and cannot find that old thread. Maybe it was a separate post? Anybody with a link to that please direct me..
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ISO TA 344 bottom bracket spindle, 114mm.

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Old 05-14-21, 11:12 AM
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Tis the season. Looking for a Shimano FH-6402, 36-hole rear hub (that is the 8-speed, tri-color version) in decent condition.
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Old 05-16-21, 10:39 AM
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Originally Posted by niliraga
Anyone out there up for trading canti brakes?

Have a well-preserved set of Deore BR-MC70 (i think these are part of deerhead?) to offer up, and I'm hunting for DiaCompe 981.
Well, I have Dia-Compe 983's if you want them.
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Well, I have Dia-Compe 983's if you want them.
thanks, I had a set of those -- found them most handsome, but with no capacity for 'reach' adjustment.
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Old 05-16-21, 06:23 PM
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ISO Super Champion Arc En Ciel 36 H Anodized rim

I am in search of a single Super Champion Arc En Ciel 36 hole rim to match one I have. This needs to be anodized clear, not the bare polished aluminum. Let me know if you have one, and thanks!

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WTT MKS for MKS

I want to trade a pair of pristine MKS Sylvan pedals with toe clips (large) for MKS Sylvan Touring pedals.

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Looking for either a 45t 86bcd Chain ring or a 49T 86bcd Chainring.
Looking to run a half-step setup I would prefer a 45-42 with my 32 as granny
I have 52t, 48t, 46t, and a 34t 86 bcd chainrings.

i could run a 49-46-32 or -34 and that would work.

What I need is a 45t, a 42t and I am willing to trade my 52 t and the 34t
Also I am willing to give up a set of crankarms, SR Apex that are 170mm with the 86bcd.
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Originally Posted by bwilli88
Looking for either a 45t 86bcd Chain ring or a 49T 86bcd Chainring.
Looking to run a half-step setup I would prefer a 45-42 with my 32 as granny
I have 52t, 48t, 46t, and a 34t 86 bcd chainrings.

i could run a 49-46-32 or -34 and that would work.

What I need is a 45t, a 42t and I am willing to trade my 52 t and the 34t
Also I am willing to give up a set of crankarms, SR Apex that are 170mm with the 86bcd.
My preferred half step+granny is 50-45-28. Consequently, I have leftovers like you. I do have a 40t chainring, but thats probably useless to you.
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Originally Posted by balindamood
Tis the season. Looking for a Shimano FH-6402, 36-hole rear hub (that is the 8-speed, tri-color version) in decent condition.
I have a set in 32h? Probably not helpful.
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Originally Posted by bwilli88
Looking for either a 45t 86bcd Chain ring or a 49T 86bcd Chainring.
Looking to run a half-step setup I would prefer a 45-42 with my 32 as granny
I have 52t, 48t, 46t, and a 34t 86 bcd chainrings.

i could run a 49-46-32 or -34 and that would work.

What I need is a 45t, a 42t and I am willing to trade my 52 t and the 34t
Also I am willing to give up a set of crankarms, SR Apex that are 170mm with the 86bcd.
I have an unused 49 if youd like to go that way. Id prefer the 48 in return.

Its not going anywhere, so feel free to keep me as an option!
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I have the same in 32H, but the rims are 36H, and my rear hub flange is cracked through 2 spoke holes, so...
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Krazyistkarl are you still looking for a Dura Ace shifter set? I have a Dura Ace 7200 clamp-on set that I took off my otherwise Campy Motobecane. Has all the parts, pretty good looking condition after just a paper towel wipe, a little surface rust on the washers and the tips of the adjustment bolts. Send me a PM if you're interested.

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ISO Suntour Barcon Locknuts

I need two, but if you have 10, I'll take them.
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Looking for a big Campy 9 speed cassette low gear or whole cassette, not sure what's the low, biggest they came, suspect maybe 30-32, I would like more.

Had a Shimano 9 speed wheel on the silver Merz that had been on there since Crater lake in 2019? It was 32 with 24 up front and worked just fine.

The rim on that wheel has had cracks at a few of the spokes for a while and recently a couple of them that cracked much more all the way around with the spoke ready to blow out.

So I would like to get anything lower than the 26 that is on there now, 28-32?

Again, more is better.
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Old 05-20-21, 12:12 PM
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Seeking a chrome upper headset nut for a 1949 Schwinn - a forum member was very kind and sent me one about a month ago, but it's just a bit too tight for a 22.2mm stem.

Doesn't have to be Schwinn, just something old, 22.2 compatible, and presentable for a balloon tire bike.

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Originally Posted by merziac
Looking for a big Campy 9 speed cassette low gear or whole cassette, not sure what's the low, biggest they came, suspect maybe 30-32, I would like more.

Had a Shimano 9 speed wheel on the silver Merz that had been on there since Crater lake in 2019? It was 32 with 24 up front and worked just fine.

The rim on that wheel has had cracks at a few of the spokes for a while and recently a couple of them that cracked much more all the way around with the spoke ready to blow out.

So I would like to get anything lower than the 26 that is on there now, 28-32?

Again, more is better.
Lordgun had 9-speed Campy-splined Miche cassettes for $32 plus shipping. The biggest is 13-29. They look nice enough.
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Originally Posted by top506
ISO TA 344 bottom bracket spindle, 114mm.

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There's a complete BB on ebay for $35. Hard to tell the condition of the spindle from the photos.
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Now ISO 36h polished Mavic Module E2 rim.
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Before I go out to get some stainless spokes for my Raleigh DL-5 - which is currently suffering from brittle spokes - I'm curious if anyone has some good used stainless spokes in the following sizes:
  • 304/305mm (12") spokes - need anywhere from 40 to 56 of them
  • 295mm spokes (11-5/8") spokes - need 16 of them
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Kurt,
Cleaning off my work bench, and you are helping! I bought this box of Wheelmaster spokes for a 27" build of a front and rear pair. Half a box left over so 72 left they should fix your wheel. And some pull-outs from a taco-ed wheel. I think there are 33 of them and you will need to sort though them and find the best ones. They measure at 294 on my Parks ruler. And a years supply of nipples. They were about to go to the recycler so you get them all! Make sure I have your addy, Smiles, MH

half a box of 12" spokes

33 pull-outs from a bent wheel

294 on the Parks scale

Bag of nipples

Nipples from a single wheel
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Will trade my NOS Universal hoods for your old style white Weinmann hoods. Must be in good condition; no cracks or tears, pliable but not necessarily NOS.

I am not interested in selling these hoods. I have only two pair and am sure I will miss them when they're gone.



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I think I have them, pm sent.

EDIT: Well, no I don't, exactly. I have two white rubber sets, but one's marked Carlton and the other is a Dawes set.

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