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Old 06-30-21, 12:10 PM
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ISO a Tange-built fork for a 23-in sidepull-equipped 1980s Cannondale ST400 or 500 or comparable, early enough to have been spaced for use with 27-in wheels. These are either Tange Mangaloy or Tange chro-mo, depending on the model, and after a certain point they have low-rider bosses. The unicrown replacement on my c.1986 ST400 won't permit using fenders and 700x32s, and anyway, it offends my eye. Anyone have what I seek?

It'll go on this bike, if that helps -



- and if I don't have something cool to trade that you like, I can probably scare up some $$. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by rustystrings61
ISO a Tange-built fork for a 23-in sidepull-equipped 1980s Cannondale ST400 or 500 or comparable,
Low probability of success, but you might check with eBay user 13ron (Ron Boi - RRB). I recall he told me several years ago that his contract built frames from Taiwan were designed to take 700c or 27-inch wheels. He's still selling a few of those frames on eBay (though no longer labeled "RRB"l. Perhaps he has a fork laying about.
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Originally Posted by rustystrings61
ISO a Tange-built fork for a 23-in sidepull-equipped 1980s Cannondale ST400 or 500 or comparable, early enough to have been spaced for use with 27-in wheels. These are either Tange Mangaloy or Tange chro-mo, depending on the model, and after a certain point they have low-rider bosses. The unicrown replacement on my c.1986 ST400 won't permit using fenders and 700x32s, and anyway, it offends my eye. Anyone have what I seek?

It'll go on this bike, if that helps -

- and if I don't have something cool to trade that you like, I can probably scare up some $$. Thanks!
Whats the axle-to-crown and steerer length of the existing fork? I have a few on hand, but need those specs to measure up.
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WTB: 32-hole tubular/sew-up rim (622).
Old-style box profile, with or without eyelets. Anodized is OK if it has no eyelets.

I have several items for possible trade.
NOS inch-pitch gear: BSA 24t 5-pin chainring, chain, 8t sprocket.
NOS Simplex Criterium 637 RD w/ original box & instructions.
Simplex Criterium derailleur set in excellent condition: 637 RD, 223 FD, shifters, cable stop/guide.
Gran Compe brakes
Universal 61 brakes
Lyotard CA45 pedals, English thread
Silca frame-fit pump, white 52cm, Silca head that needs a new seal.
Blackburn MTB rack, red, nice condition.
Mavic GP-4 tubular rims, 36-hole, 1 pair.
Super Champion Gentleman rims, 27" 36-hole, 2 pairs.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
Whats the axle-to-crown and steerer length of the existing fork? I have a few on hand, but need those specs to measure up.
I've started making inquiries of the axle-to-crown measurement from folks who have 80s Cannondale STs so I can get the correct size. Thanks for pointing me in that direction!
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Does anyone ever search for 48 hole Super Champions?

Ive had these rims hanging on a hook for a couple of years, and it just occurred to me to count the spoke holes. Sweet Jesus, 48 of em! Does anyone ever search for 27 48 hole Super Champions? Just wondering what to do with them.

Thanks!

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ISO - a vintage or modern 130bcd, 50t chainring in black. Needs to support 3/32" chain, but will be used on a singlespeed - ramping isn't important.

Anything that doesn't look like the awful chainrings on Amazon right now with their white logo tattoos all over 'em.

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I’ve had these rims hanging on a hook for a couple of years, and it just occurred to me to count the spoke holes. Sweet Jesus, 48 of ‘em! Does anyone ever search for 27” 48 hole Super Champions? Just wondering what to do with them.

Thanks!
I'd take a guess and say these are tandem rims.

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Originally Posted by JacobLee
Ive had these rims hanging on a hook for a couple of years, and it just occurred to me to count the spoke holes. Sweet Jesus, 48 of em! Does anyone ever search for 27 48 hole Super Champions? Just wondering what to do with them.

Thanks!
Someone with a vintage tandem might want those. A few folks used those for loaded touring also. At least here in California they were often paired with Phil Wood hubs.
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Originally Posted by JacobLee
Ive had these rims hanging on a hook for a couple of years, and it just occurred to me to count the spoke holes. Sweet Jesus, 48 of em! Does anyone ever search for 27 48 hole Super Champions? Just wondering what to do with them.
Lace them to a pair of 24 hole hubs.
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Originally Posted by oneclick
Lace them to a pair of 24 hole hubs.
There ya go! I could have a low-spoke-count wheel with 24 lightening holes.

Well, if anyone in or around Portland, Oregon wants them, please let me know.
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Drillium vintage too.
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Originally Posted by JacobLee
Ive had these rims hanging on a hook for a couple of years, and it just occurred to me to count the spoke holes. Sweet Jesus, 48 of em! Does anyone ever search for 27 48 hole Super Champions? Just wondering what to do with them.

Thanks!

Post them in the Tandem Cycling forum. I had one of those and a Phil 48H rear hub that I included with the sale of my old Gitane tandem.
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I have two (2) Viscounts, with death forks one almost all original save for saddle, and one with a few upgrades, but very nice looking. The original has tubular rims, the other has the optional clincher rims. I need an adjustable stem, like on a Fuji Newest 2.0, riser flat bars and shifters/brake levers, and a pair of good quality 700c x 28 tires. All could be used as long as they are usable as is and in good condition. Will trade straight up for the two Viscounts. Im in South Jersey, and could meet up anywhere reasonably convenient in SNJ to make the trade.
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I have a new adjustable stem and a new pair of O8 riser bars, both black.
These were used on an experiment for Mrs. Doc’s exercise bike that didn’t work out.
Yours for the cost of postage, e-mail me at rccardr@cox.net if interested.
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Originally Posted by bikerosity57
I have two (2) Viscounts, with death forks one almost all original save for saddle, and one with a few upgrades, but very nice looking. The original has tubular rims, the other has the optional clincher rims. I need an adjustable stem, like on a Fuji Newest 2.0, riser flat bars and shifters/brake levers, and a pair of good quality 700c x 28 tires. All could be used as long as they are usable as is and in good condition. Will trade straight up for the two Viscounts. Im in South Jersey, and could meet up anywhere reasonably convenient in SNJ to make the trade.

What size are these?

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WTT a pair of pristine downtube Suntour power racheting shifters w/black hoods for Suntour thumb shifters in similar condition.
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Originally Posted by rustystrings61
I've started making inquiries of the axle-to-crown measurement from folks who have 80s Cannondale STs so I can get the correct size. Thanks for pointing me in that direction!
any luck?
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
any luck?
A very helpful forum member measured his ST400 from that era as 13.25" from the top of the axle to the bottom of the crown.

I am away from my bike for another week or so and dont have the head tube + headset stack height measurements.

I do know I would like to find the right fork with low-rider mounts and double eyelets!

Thanks for asking and Ill repost with all info soon!
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There have been a few stem shifter posts so how about a pair of seldom seen Shimano "NEW" Stem Shifters with MadMan era levers in very fine condition. They are named right there on the bracket. Nothing aluminum whatsoever: cast mystery metal and steel thruout.
If you can come up with a pair of dust caps that actually fit MKS AR2 pedals (see pic snagged from velobase) then we have a trade.
Note these SEEM like they are same diameter and threading as other MKS models, and even some KKT models but they are not)
First shots of the shifters



and here's the elusive dustcap:

as I say there are SOME KKT Pro Ace caps that will fit but others that look nearly identical, and from the same model KKT pedals, but will NOT and only way to know is to test-fit
so PM me and...how about another Martini?
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Originally Posted by dweenk
WTT a pair of pristine downtube Suntour power racheting shifters w/black hoods for Suntour thumb shifters in similar condition.
The period thumbie version differs a little but just as handsome. Black and silver goodness.
These were posted by The Golden Boy

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The period thumbie version differs a little but just as handsome. Black and silver goodness.
These were posted by The Golden Boy

Hmm, leaving the d-ring erect like that is frowned upon in some circles.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
Hmm, leaving the d-ring erect like that is frowned upon in some circles.
Does the left shifter lack a D as do the downtube ones?

That always annoyed me.
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I've got 2 sets of these without any. The D rings came on the later ratcheting shifters with the curved levers but I don't remember seeing them on the 'Mighty Click' model
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ISO a worn-out 47-tooth 144 BCD chainring--Campy or Campy clone. I'm going to cut the teeth off it and make it into a chainring guard for a project similar to the one described here:

https://www.redclovercomponents.com/...chives/07-2014

I could use a still-serviceable chainring, of course, but it seems a shame to reduce the world's supply of functional 47 tooth rings by one when there's probably a thoroughly worn-out one out there somewhere.

I have trade goods of various kinds.
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
ISO a worn-out 47-tooth 144 BCD chainring--Campy or Campy clone.
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are you set on 47t only, or could you stand a larger more common size (52t for example)?
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