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Old 10-05-21, 08:00 AM
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Originally Posted by nlerner
ISO 42-tooth 122 bcd ring as would be found on a Stronglight 93 crankset. It'll be run as a single speed, so teeth do not have to be pristine. Plenty of bits to trade.
Iím fairly certain I have one. If so, yours for the cost of shipping.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave
Iím fairly certain I have one. If so, yours for the cost of shipping.
Terrific, David! Email on the way.
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DONE - GOT A SET OF DURA ACE. CHEERS!

A repeat of a "WTB" advert in the C&V section:
Anybody have a 175mm Shimano double crankset, JIS square taper they are looking to sell? Or trade? I have a 170mm 600 on this frameset I'm looking to sell: https://www.bikeforums.net/g/picture/22586279 (if this was 175mm, I'd keep it)

I think I want this crankset:
https://velobase.com/ViewComponent.a...115&AbsPos=401
- but it's "OCTALINK", so then I'd need to replace my BB. Which, maybe I can do, as this Ultegra crankset will match the front/rear derailleur and hubs.
Let me know if you can help. Otherwise I'm off the fleaBay Market......

ciao.

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ISO: Top mount shifters, square boss. Or even just the mount so I can attempt hacking it into a cable stop.
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Originally Posted by jethin
ISO: Top mount shifters, square boss. Or even just the mount so I can attempt hacking it into a cable stop.
Found these on FB Marketplace. Not mine.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...75080131441099

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Originally Posted by jethin
ISO: Top mount shifters, square boss. Or even just the mount so I can attempt hacking it into a cable stop.
Shimano or Suntour boss?

My Shimano Dura Ace AX frame uses a smaller boss and bolt than the Suntour equipped bike I have does.

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Hubs came. Thank you.

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You got me. I'm going to guess Suntour? I suppose I could measure...
Originally Posted by Miele Man
Shimano or Suntour boss?

My Shimano Dura Ace AX frame uses a smaller boss and bolt than the Suntour equipped bike I have does.

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ISO: 9spd road front derailleur for triple, 28.6 clamp, compatible with 9spd shimano sti. doesn't have to be pristine, but not fugly. i have a bunch of stuff i can trade. let's haggle
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Originally Posted by jethin
ISO: Top mount shifters, square boss. Or even just the mount so I can attempt hacking it into a cable stop.
Try threading a standard M5 bolt into the boss. If it fits it's a Suntour boss. Otherwise it'll be a Shimano one and iirc that uses a 4.5mm bolt.
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Originally Posted by jethin
ISO: Top mount shifters, square boss. Or even just the mount so I can attempt hacking it into a cable stop.
i got a couple of SHIMANO shifters.
if you are still in need, I will post or send pics.
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Thanks for the help Miele Man and mrv, these type of shifters are new to me. I need to double check, but I believe I have a Shimano boss as I happened to try threading an M5 the other day and was like "huh, that's odd." Going to reach out to mrv now...
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Originally Posted by jethin;[url=tel:22258780
22258780[/url]]ISO: Top mount shifters, square boss. Or even just the mount so I can attempt hacking it into a cable stop.
i got two. Both z401.
also got the matching F/R derailleurs.



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I think we got our wires crossed mrv . I'm looking for the shifters that bolt on to the downtube. There's a square boss on the downtube with a threaded hole to mount them. Like thia:

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jethin well, if it's turns out to be suntour, i have some symmetrics i'll never use. they mount to a band, but also the boss

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This is what he wants to do.



With one of these and no they are not for sale separately just with the frame it is attached to.
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ISO a new home. This one snuck in this week, maybe as Joe says: "she came in through the bathroom window". But she needs to go to a new home in the hands of a BF member. Tall ( 25"? ) Lavender Cannondale with interesting decorations. It has already got the pool noodles on and wants to get inside the shipping box. Frame and fork. What you see is what you get. AS always first to respond is first in line. Cost of shipping, likely $50 through Ship Bikes PM me Smiles, MH

Appears to have been ready for some touring racks.

Front fork rack mounts.

Exotic paint on down tube.

Same paint scheme on rear stay.

Comes complete with a few battle scars. Maybe a bit of nail polish to repair?
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ohhhh..if only. i too short....
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@thook,
This one will have you telling lavender lies. Smiles, MH
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Sally Hansen 370 was a close match.


Originally Posted by Mad Honk
ISO a new home. This one snuck in this week, maybe as Joe says: "she came in through the bathroom window". But she needs to go to a new home in the hands of a BF member. Tall ( 25"? ) Lavender Cannondale with interesting decorations. It has already got the pool noodles on and wants to get inside the shipping box. Frame and fork. What you see is what you get. AS always first to respond is first in line. Cost of shipping, likely $50 through Ship Bikes PM me Smiles, MH

Appears to have been ready for some touring racks.

Front fork rack mounts.

Exotic paint on down tube.

Same paint scheme on rear stay.

Comes complete with a few battle scars. Maybe a bit of nail polish to repair?
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Your sense of manicure and fashion just astounds me! How much time have you spent in the salons to get all of this fashion knowledge? Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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Your sense of manicure and fashion just astounds me! How much time have you spent in the salons to get all of this fashion knowledge? Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
@thook,
This one will have you telling lavender lies. Smiles, MH
it is a beautiful frame. and that fork!! i just need to be about 10 inches taller...lol
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ISO VO Milan or Porteur bars.

Have: Nitto B136 Rando bars, exc cond. 44 wide, 26.0 clamp.
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Originally Posted by due ruote
ISO VO Milan or Porteur bars.

Have: Nitto B136 Rando bars, exc cond. 44 wide, 26.0 clamp.
as in VO porteur bars? or porteurs in general? and, what style? i have some nitto ones
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