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Old 07-07-21, 04:42 PM
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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)
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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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Originally Posted by clubman
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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Originally Posted by unworthy1
are you set on 47t only, or could you stand a larger more common size (52t for example)?
I pretty much need a 47 to work properly with a 42-tooth big ring--a larger one would interfere with the swing of the front derailleur. A 48 would probably work, though.
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Looking for a frame like this one, any info on it, ideally for me (5'5")


bianchi vintage, any ideas on it and/or have one similar?
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ISO Weinmann 22.2 brake levers

Looking for a decent pair of Weinmann upright bar brake levers. I don't mind having to polish them as long as the clamping bands are good. I have stuff to trade or cash.
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Originally Posted by dweenk
Looking for a decent pair of Weinmann upright bar brake levers. I don't mind having to polish them as long as the clamping bands are good. I have stuff to trade or cash.
I have seen those clamp bands (either Weinmann or Dia Compe) stamped "22".but not "22.2", do they come in that size?

The wider clamp bands (used on road lever bodies) seem to come in the next larger sizes stamped 23.5 or 23.8 and these won't swap in as replacements for the narrower clamp bands of the upright bar levers (too bad).
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
I have seen those clamp bands (either Weinmann or Dia Compe) stamped "22".but not "22.2", do they come in that size?

The wider clamp bands (used on road lever bodies) seem to come in the next larger sizes stamped 23.5 or 23.8 and these won't swap in as replacements for the narrower clamp bands of the upright bar levers (too bad).
If you want the 22.2 look for an old steel drop-bar with those levers, that was the steel diameter.
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Originally Posted by oneclick
If you want the 22.2 look for an old steel drop-bar with those levers, that was the steel diameter.
I have been using VO 22.2 city levers on a few bikes. All of them have had aluminun upright bars. The levers used to be $12, and now they are $22.
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Originally Posted by dweenk
Looking for a decent pair of Weinmann upright bar brake levers. I don't mind having to polish them as long as the clamping bands are good. I have stuff to trade or cash.
Any objections to Dia-Compe? I have a pair of matching Dia-Compes or two offbrand (both different brand) copycats that are identical save for the anodized bolt.

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not sure if this an appropriate section or there's an ISO thread anywhere else? anyhow, looking for at least one shimano cartridge/square taper bottom bracket lock ring....plastic or metal.....for ND side. mine...plastic...is busted, but the bottom bracket is still in excellent shape. could trade or cash. just need one, but maybe if you/anyone has a couple from bad BB's just hanging around the shop?? if there's any details needed to make a match up, let me know. thank you!!
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Originally Posted by dweenk
Looking for a decent pair of Weinmann upright bar brake levers. I don't mind having to polish them as long as the clamping bands are good. I have stuff to trade or cash.
These ones?


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Originally Posted by unworthy1
I have seen those clamp bands (either Weinmann or Dia Compe) stamped "22".but not "22.2", do they come in that size?

The wider clamp bands (used on road lever bodies) seem to come in the next larger sizes stamped 23.5 or 23.8 and these won't swap in as replacements for the narrower clamp bands of the upright bar levers (too bad).
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Any particular "dot" color or vintage?
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
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.
Still looking for that worn-out 47, but since my plans have gone off on a slight tangent (which I will probably come to regret), I am also in need of a worn-out Nuovo Record-pattern 52 ring, also in the 144 BCD.
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Originally Posted by cudak888
Any objections to Dia-Compe? I have a pair of matching Dia-Compes or two offbrand (both different brand) copycats that are identical save for the anodized bolt.

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Oneclick may have me covered. I'll let you know if that falls through.
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Originally Posted by cudak888
Any objections to Dia-Compe? I have a pair of matching Dia-Compes or two offbrand (both different brand) copycats that are identical save for the anodized bolt.

-Kurt
I didn't have the trade goods that oneclick needed, so I will go for the Dia-Comp levers. What do you need in trade?

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I'll preface this with saying I'm not sure if I'm really in the market for something right now, but this is what I've been thinking a lot about. It's quite specific but maybe this will be fruitful to put out there:

High quality steel lugged or fillet brazed frameset (531db, Columbus SL, heat treated tubesets, etc). TIG welded Ti is an option but likely out of my budget. I'd like to build something fairly light.

62cm max, 60cm min CTC seat tube
57-58cm CTC top tube

73° STA (72-72.5° okay, maybe 73.5° okay, top tube length needs to compensate)

27.2mm seatpost
22.2mm steer tube
BSA bottom bracket

Clearance for 700c x 28mm tires minimum
No full brake cable housing run on top of top tube. I sweat a lot and don't want to deal with keeping that clean. This eliminates a lot of options based on my eBay trawling, so let's make this an option rather than a requirement.

Internal routing okay but I don't want to have the housing bouncing around loose inside. I'd prefer braze on stops on the top tube.

2 bottle cage mounts
100mm / 130mm spacing (or be okay with cold setting)

Recessed brake mounts for mid-reach calipers like Tektro R539 (or possible to drill out for recessed brakes)

If paint in excellent condition, I'd like it to look good with modern black components and wheels. I don't like red at all, really prefer silvers and greys, also light blue. I would be okay powder coating if paint in rough shape.

Thanks
Still looking...with addendums above.

Anyone have a Paramount frameset hanging around? Or a 6xx/7xx Trek?


Found some modern steel that fits what I was looking for. Thanks!

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Originally Posted by oneclick
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Sure, that solves the diameter no-go but my point is that the clamp widths will not swap between the 'road lever bodies' (clamps are approx 15mm) and the 'upright lever bodies' clamps are approx. 13mm. Additionally the bodies themselves differ (upright levers are narrower) so the shape of the clamps where inserted into the bodies are different to the "road bodies" as are the toggle bits that pull them tight. I once thought that just filing the "slots" of the upright bodies about 1.5mm wider would do the trick but found out: "NOT". A bit of a shame cause those road clamps are far easier to come by, especially given the stock of Dia Compe parts in circulation!
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ISO Weinmann or Dia-Compe 750 brake calipers
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Ultegra triple front derailleur FD-6603, 28.6mm clamp

I need an Ultegra FD-6603 to replace one whose cage fractured. I found a Dura Ace front derailleur, but the cage shape is a little different, and it won’t work with my chain watcher, which this bike really needs.

The front derailleur that I’m looking for must be a 28.6mm clamp-on. Larger diameter clamps with shims won’t work, because the clamp has to fit under a bottle cage.

Willing to trade the Dura Ace front (was NOS before I mounted it) for the Ultegra
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