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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 07-24-21, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
Unworthy1 & eom have me covered. Thanks guys!
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Yep, one clip in the mail from me. Hope it does the trick.
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
What length are you looking for?
Ah, I had that info in the subject line. I am looking for a 110mm but a 100mm would also do. Let.me know what you have.
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Originally Posted by Dannyboy21
Ah, I had that info in the subject line. I am looking for a 110mm but a 100mm would also do. Let.me know what you have.
I missed it and thought it important to list....my error. GLWTT.
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Motobecane bar-end plug - one.

There were two of these on the Dynamax Concorde I'm working on (see thread), one had been cut though and the bike is getting a different setup anyway so this is surplus to requirements - anybody need a match?


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ISO Campagnolo bash guard


Does anyone willing to part with one of these Campagnolo chainring guards, which I assume were made for cyclocross use? I think they came in a couple of different styles. I like the simplicity of this one but am not particular. They likely came in a variety of different diameters to accomodate chainrings of different tooth counts. I am ideally looking for one with a diameter of about 198mm, to cover a 47-tooth chainring, but larger or smaller would also work, since I will be using it as a pattern. I have various trade goods.
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Wanted Alive!

Shimano FD-1055 front derailleur. Clamp has to be 28.6 mm.

Can trade a FD-5501 31.8 clamp on one or a FD-5501 braze-on one.

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still searching

I'm still searching for an 80's bianchi frame set. Celeste, 59 or 61 cm, preferably a Tipo Corsa (but I'm getting less and less picky). I'm trying to replace the one I was riding when I got hit by a car. I really loved that bike. Any sellers out there?

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Originally Posted by tgreen
I'm still searching for an 80's bianchi frame set. Celeste, 59 or 61 cm, preferably a Tipo Corsa (but I'm getting less and less picky). I'm trying to replace the one I was riding when I got hit by a car. I really loved that bike. Any sellers out there?

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Originally Posted by L134
Pm'd you.
Unfortunately, when I try to read the PM it says that the administrator has restricted PMs for users with fewer than 10 posts
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Originally Posted by tgreen
Unfortunately, when I try to read the PM it says that the administrator has restricted PMs for users with fewer than 10 posts
Where are you located? I have this bike: Bianchi expert - help needed
which I could possibly be talked into selling. I am not a Bianchi expert and have no good idea of how this frame would compare to a Tipo Corsa. I ask where you are because I'm not too excited about conducting a long distance transaction. Aside from possible shipping damage, since I don't KNOW what exactly this bike is, I would want you to be able to inspect it for yourself and make your own determination before purchasing. It did clean up better than I expected and is a nice riding bike but is sort of a duplicate for me which I haven't been riding all that much. I live in San Diego but I'm out of town for a couple weeks.
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Originally Posted by L134
Where are you located? I have this bike:
which I could possibly be talked into selling. I am not a Bianchi expert and have no good idea of how this frame would compare to a Tipo Corsa. I ask where you are because I'm not too excited about conducting a long distance transaction. Aside from possible shipping damage, since I don't KNOW what exactly this bike is, I would want you to be able to inspect it for yourself and make your own determination before purchasing. It did clean up better than I expected and is a nice riding bike but is sort of a duplicate for me which I haven't been riding all that much. I live in San Diego but I'm out of town for a couple weeks.
Ahhh... I'm in Utah. That would make it difficult if you're not excited about a long distance transaction. I understand. Thanks
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Shimano BR-MC70 springs and dust covers. HELP!


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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?
Not quite but close. I have an early Cannondale ST?00 fork that came with 27" wheels. It came from a 25" frame though and the threads start 7" from the crown. If you can make that work let me know. No low-rider mounts but double eyelets. It is a sort of dark gray color.
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Originally Posted by Iowegian
Not quite but close. I have an early Cannondale ST?00 fork that came with 27" wheels. It came from a 25" frame though and the threads start 7" from the crown. If you can make that work let me know. No low-rider mounts but double eyelets. It is a sort of dark gray color.
Sounds interesting! Iíll get some measurements and PM you when I have a better sense of how your fork might work. Thank you!
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Nivex/ Suntour S1 derailleur

Mr. Jan Heine had me thinking about incorporating a chainstay mount derailleur into a 650B(odge) project.
https://www.disraeligears.co.uk/site...leur_s120.html
Iíve not seen a Nivex derailleur and shifter for sale, so Iím thinking a Suntour S1 as a possible alternative.
anybody got one, Nivex or Suntour, they want to sell?
Iíve seen the Suntour for sale, but no joy on Nivex.
please donít send me to fleaBayÖ.
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Another request for one of these hoods.

Thanks!


This colour or 2 black ones.

Edit: seems the bike I am working on has Weinmann brakes but Dia-Compe everything else so I am good THIS time around. I have plenty of original DC hoods.

STILL looking to find a match for this hood when the next project comes around.

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ISO Superleggeri Pedals

Need a pair for my Gitane.

Looking to buy if anyone is parting with a set.
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what condition should they be in?

Originally Posted by con50582
Need a pair for my Gitane.

Looking to buy if anyone is parting with a set.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Another request for one of these hoods.

Thanks!


This colour or 2 black ones.
I used a set of Cane Creek Universal 144.7 covers on the Weinmann levers on my Raleigh Supercourse. They fit the lever bodies perfectly except the lever pivot is farther back, so the bottom needs to be trimmed to allow for lever travel.
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Originally Posted by niliraga
what condition should they be in?
Not thrashed. I will ride them I donít hang bikes on walls.

Bonus if they are track pedals.
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Hello again.

I think that I might have asked about this Campagnolo rear derailleur part back in 2015 but I can not find the post.

This is the derailleur I need the part for.


And t his is the part I need. It's the toothed adjustment part. Mine has sheared off.



Any help is immensely appreciated as I now have a use for that rear derailleur.

Also.

I have a pair of Campagnolo non-aero brake levers that have three rows of ten holes drilled in them. I need hoods for them.

My tan gum-rubber DiaCompe hoods don't fit.

Will tan Shimano hoods fit? I have a pair of NOS ones still in the package but don't want to open the package if those hoods won't fit either.

Thanks and cheers
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Found

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Not thrashed. I will ride them I donít hang bikes on walls.

Bonus if they are track pedals.
Found one. Iím good. Thank You.
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Originally Posted by Miele Man
Toothed adjustment hanger stop for a Campy derailleur. Mine has sheared off.
I don't think you're going to be able to find one easily without purchasing a derailleur that has one. I have fixed two of these using either a ball bearing or JB Weld in my Victory derailleurs. Hopefully you kept the broken piece and you can do some metalwork to get it back together.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
Thereís another sale on ebay for SR hoods for $2 USD more.
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I bought some Dia Compe 202/204 replacement covers that are supposed to be a good match for non-aero campy levers. I know they fit well on Shimano 6208 levers.
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