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Old 07-15-21, 12:06 PM
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Originally Posted by AJI125
I'm looking for a couple items for a build. Would like decent condition or better, don't mind a little cleaning up or de-rusting of bolts etc as needed though.
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    • Sanshin/Sunshine Pro-Am'

    • Might consider other
Got several things to potentially trade, let me know what you're looking for (some Shimano 9s, some 90s Campy, greenbacks).
I have a front-only SunTour Superbe High flange 36-hole hub, built once but spins like buttah!
Also has solid axle and track nuts (if you need QR you'd have to replace the axle)
I assume to be made by Sanshin/Sunshine but this has 6 "jellybean" slots in the flanges so does not match the ProAm example with 5 slots and more of a "star" result.
LMK if interested and I can snap pix.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
I have a front-only SunTour Superbe High flange 36-hole hub, built once but spins like buttah!
Also has solid axle and track nuts (if you need QR you'd have to replace the axle)
I assume to be made by Sanshin/Sunshine but this has 6 "jellybean" slots in the flanges so does not match the ProAm example with 5 slots and more of a "star" result.
LMK if interested and I can snap pix.
Oh man those Superbe hubs are something else, absolutely beautiful if they're the ones I'm thinking about (oil clip and SUPERBE on a tan background?). For now I think I'd like to try and hold out for the DA or ProAm but I'll keep it in mind. I would indeed prefer QR just as an FYI. Thanks!
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Well AJI125,
I think this is what you are looking for:

5 spoke high flange hubs

Oil ports and chrome nuts

Side view of hub detail; 36* and star pattern for radial support

This is the detail of the skewers
Let me know if this is what you are looking for. Smiles, MH
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Looking for a Nitto b112 Olympiade chrome steel handlebar, Preferably the 39cm model, but the 41 works if no one has a 39. Afaik they only made them in 37, 39, and 41. Anybody got one?

There's a 37 on ebay right now that I actually ordered and sent back because of a deep sharp dent in the clamp area that I wasn't sure about, and iirc it was 34cm at the hoods which is too narrow for me.

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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
Let me know if this is what you are looking for. Smiles, MH
Those are indeed. PM sent
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I'm looking for TWO 26" Trigg dual-leg kickstands like this one:



Only need the bottom; top plate is not important.

I know there's one on eBay, but it has a strange lower plate that won't fit most frames, including the Raleighs I wish to fit them to.

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Campy for Huret

Will swap a pair of Campy bar end shifters for a pair or Huret Jubilee DT shifters.

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Originally Posted by top506
Will swap a pair of Campy bar and shifters for a pair or Huret Jubilee DT shifters.
Top, I have a set of Jubilee shifters that I got in trade and are somewhat of a basket case. Yours for postage if you want to try and rehab.
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Need Schwinn stuff

Need two pair of 'Schwinn clips':


And one pair of tiny screws for a headbadge:




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Originally Posted by top506
Need two pair of 'Schwinn clips':


And one pair of tiny screws for a headbadge:




Top
I think I have one pair of clips, and maybe another pair. I also have some #2 x 1/8 pan head screws that will work as long as you add a bit of blue Locktite. Yours for cost of mailing and a bit of patience while I search.
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Originally Posted by top506
Need two pair of 'Schwinn clips':


And one pair of tiny screws for a headbadge:




Top
Update. I have found one pair of clips - dirty but nice. I will continue to look for the other pair - no promises on that. So would you like 1 pair of clips and 6 screws?
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Originally Posted by top506

And one pair of tiny screws for a headbadge:


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Not sure what size you have there, but I have “Brass Decorative Round Head Slotted Screw, 2-56 Thread Size, 1/8" Long” if it helps your cause.
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Originally Posted by top506
Need two pair of 'Schwinn clips':Top
I think I can help. Please email me for more pictures.

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Update. I have found one pair of clips - dirty but nice. I will continue to look for the other pair - no promises on that. So would you like 1 pair of clips and 6 screws?
PM sent.

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I think I can help. Please email me for more pictures.

PM sent

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You should post this picture in the Show off your late 1980's Schwinn road bike here thread.
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Black Dura Ace low flange front hub 36H

I have an orphan first generation (I think) black Dura Ace hub 36 hole, no Q/R. I got it laced to a rim that I will be needing for my Paramount build, but I will be lacing that rim to another hub. I don't need this Dura Ace and would be interested in trades, specifically if you have a Campy NR low flange or high flange front or rear hub. I have not serviced this hub, but it seems very sound, cosmetically very pretty, and is very smooth...

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3ttt 75 for 3ttt 100 or 110

I am looking to trade the pictured 3ttt stem for same/similar for a restoration project I plan to keep and so need the longer stem. The stem on my bike is 75mm and I am hoping to get a 110mm bit would also consider a 100mm. Let me know what you have. Will also consider buying rather than trade.



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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
Hi folks,
I’m redoing an 80s Sekine that had been converted to a single speed & need one of those little cable stops that clamp on to the DS chain stay. Or, a way to make one out of readily available bike parts. For trade, l have a set of new 28.6 TT DiaCompe cable guides.
Thanks & regards,
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I can send you one in "GOOD" condition for free, maybe reimburse me for the stamps if anything. It just has a little light surface rust that might just "buff right off", it has no machine screw/nut so you'll have to supply that yourself. PM me, I may still have your address but not sure.
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
Hi folks,
I’m redoing an 80s Sekine that had been converted to a single speed & need one of those little cable stops that clamp on to the DS chain stay. Or, a way to make one out of readily available bike parts. For trade, l have a set of new 28.6 TT DiaCompe cable guides.
Thanks & regards,
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Any of these work?


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Yep, any of them should do. Email me, vancy@att.net with transaction details.
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Originally Posted by Dannyboy21
I am looking to trade the pictured 3ttt stem for same/similar for a restoration project I plan to keep and so need the longer stem. Let me know what you have. Will also consider buying rather than trade.

What length are you looking for?
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Request covered

Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
Hi folks,
I’m redoing an 80s Sekine that had been converted to a single speed & need one of those little cable stops that clamp on to the DS chain stay. Or, a way to make one out of readily available bike parts. For trade, l have a set of new 28.6 TT DiaCompe cable guides.
Thanks & regards,
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Unworthy1 & eom have me covered. Thanks guys!
Cheers,
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