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Old 10-07-21, 09:42 PM
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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 View Post
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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Old 10-10-21, 03:37 PM
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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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@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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Old 10-12-21, 06:17 PM
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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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Old 10-13-21, 10:21 PM
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Originally Posted by due ruote View Post
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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Old 10-14-21, 06:41 AM
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as in VO porteur bars? or porteurs in general? and, what style? i have some nitto ones
I was thinking of the VO Porteur bars. Which Nitto bars do you have?
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Old 10-14-21, 11:49 AM
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Originally Posted by due ruote View Post
I was thinking of the VO Porteur bars. Which Nitto bars do you have?
oh, okay. i have some nitto B602AA's
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Old 10-14-21, 12:40 PM
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oh, okay. i have some nitto B602AA's
Nice, but a little more genteel than I was going for.
Anyway for the moment I have stolen the no name Milan-ish bars from my urban mtb, so I am probably OK for now after all.
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Originally Posted by due ruote View Post
Nice, but a little more genteel than I was going for.
Anyway for the moment I have stolen the no name Milan-ish bars from my urban mtb, so I am probably OK for now after all.
i figured that'd be the case IF what you were asking for was a VO style porteur
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NEED a couple smalls for a Campy Veloce RD, (seems to be a short cage model RD-01VL but there are no markings on it or a mfg date/code):
1.the cable adjuster barrel and spring (I think other models of RD used this same bit)
2 the cable clamp nut and washer (it has the bolt). A regular metric hex nut fits but is not wide enough to clamp a cable

HAVE all kinds of spare parts, especially some recent assorted canti brakes but just ask for something of "equal value" and I will see what the bins may hold!
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it is a beautiful frame. and that fork!! i just need to be about 10 inches taller...lol
Well folks, Steine13 just asked for this one. It will be on it's way to him later today. Smiles, MH
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Looking for a Sovos/Mavic front wheel

Looking for a mate to an orphan wheel is a little like hoping to fill an inside straight in poker. But I'm a hopeful guy. I'm in search of a front wheel with a Sovos hub laced to a Mavic MA 2 rim. The existing rear has 36 spokes, but I would take a 32-hole front. The outside width of the rim seems to be about 19-20mm, as best I can measure around the tire. I have trade goods.

Heck, if you have a matching front and really want my wheel, we can probably work out a trade around that.

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looking for a sport lx crank set

This week I picked up a 1989 Trek 420 that doesn't seem to need a whole lot, except that the crankset seems to have been swapped out for a Shimano mountain LX crankset, which is a triple. The rest of the group set was regular old Shimano sport lx so if I can I'd like to find a replacement that fits in with everything else or at least something comparable and of the same year. I'm happy to pay cash or I have some other stuff I can trade.
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There are no such things as Sovos front hubs, I don't think...they seem to be non-existent, and I don't think it was because they were actually any good.

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Looking for a mate to an orphan wheel is a little like hoping to fill an inside straight in poker. But I'm a hopeful guy. I'm in search of a front wheel with a Sovos hub laced to a Mavic MA 2 rim. The existing rear has 36 spokes, but I would take a 32-hole front. The outside width of the rim seems to be about 19-20mm, as best I can measure around the tire. I have trade goods.

Heck, if you have a matching front and really want my wheel, we can probably work out a trade around that.

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Originally Posted by cyrano138 View Post
This week I picked up a 1989 Trek 420 that doesn't seem to need a whole lot, except that the crankset seems to have been swapped out for a Shimano mountain LX crankset, which is a triple. The rest of the group set was regular old Shimano sport lx so if I can I'd like to find a replacement that fits in with everything else or at least something comparable and of the same year. I'm happy to pay cash or I have some other stuff I can trade.
Sport LX was the Exage group with white accents wasn't it? According to the Trek catalog for 1989, it looks like it had a triple...
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