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Old 10-22-21, 06:13 PM
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Originally Posted by mrv
ditto to this request. I'm probably going to build up a set this winter. I pretty much never see them for sale anywhere.
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there's some (likely decent) ones on ebay out of the UK at a sub $200 price
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Originally Posted by thook
ISO: 650b wheelset, rim brakes, silver or black...whatever, cassette or freewheel. have things i can perhaps trade or can pay cash
https://www.cyclestoussaint.com/coll...speed-clincher
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thank you, neil. that's actually not bad. i need to shoot for a trade first, then sub $200. failing an exchange on BF, i'll do something on ebay very likely. who knows? a used set could pop up there
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Looking for french rear mech, levers, post

(Also posted in the Sales sub-forum)
I'm after three things to complete a nice little french bike:
CLB levers
a french alloy 26.4 seatpost
and one of a Huret Success or Super Success or a Sachs Huret New Success (the first one) rear derailleur

can pay or trade stuff...
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Originally Posted by oneclick
(Also posted in the Sales sub-forum)
I'm after three things to complete a nice little french bike:
CLB levers
a french alloy 26.4 seatpost
and one of a Huret Success or Super Success or a Sachs Huret New Success (the first one) rear derailleur

can pay or trade stuff...
I may have a New Success RD at home. Iím away for the weekend, but can check on Monday. Itís very 80ís looking and looking for a new home. I thought it would work with the Sachs version of ergopower shifters, but it is pre-indexing.
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Originally Posted by oneclick
(Also posted in the Sales sub-forum)
I'm after three things to complete a nice little french bike:
CLB levers
a french alloy 26.4 seatpost
and one of a Huret Success or Super Success or a Sachs Huret New Success (the first one) rear derailleur

can pay or trade stuff...
With or without lever hoods?
Integrated seatpost or a seat-pin?
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
With or without lever hoods?
Integrated seatpost or a seat-pin?
With hoods if possible; and integrated, not the candle-style.
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Originally Posted by oneclick
With hoods if possible; and integrated, not the candle-style.


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Originally Posted by oneclick
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Not mine, but what mine looks like (courtesy of Le Cycleur):

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Originally Posted by son_of_clyde
Wanted: Straddle cable assembly (2) that came with Deore XT M734 brakes (as shown in photo).


Are you still in need of these? I found the stash at my local co-op. A, B, and D... several of each.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave
Not mine, but what mine looks like (courtesy of Le Cycleur):
One of those would do just fine.
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Originally Posted by Reco Very
Are you still in need of these? I found the stash at my local co-op. A, B, and D... several of each.
A forum member helped me out with these already. Thanks for looking out.
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vintage gloves?

They look like it, at least. I picked up a 1986 Fuji in very nice shape and these were in the handlebar bag. The condition of the bike makes me think that the gloves might be the same vintage as the bike. Or, they could be modern junk. Or modern non junk. I don't know.

Anyway if someone wants them I'd be happy to trade something out or give them to you, or whatever. I don't wear gloves so I don't need them.

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ISO Size 46 Vintage shoes/For Use With Toe Clips

Hello all. Been on the lookout for size 12 or 46 cycling shoes I can use with my 1970's pedals and clips. I have various parts for trade, or can pay through PayPal. I like the Proou style but way too spendy for me. Thanks a lot. Eli
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Need a few Suntour Perfect spacers

I'm in need of two or three of the paper-thin 44mm spacers found on some Suntour freewheels--mostly 6 speed Perfects and Pro Compes, I think. These are the spacers sized to fit over the threaded outer portion of the freewheel for the two threaded cogs.

If anyone has extras, I have trade goods.
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I have heaps of Spacers, primarily from Suntour New Winner freewheels, but they may fit your application. Can you be more specific, as in O.D., I.D. and thickness?

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Originally Posted by Dean51
I have heaps of Spacers, primarily from Suntour New Winner freewheels, but they may fit your application. Can you be more specific, as in O.D., I.D. and thickness?

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Okay, I'll measure later this morning an get back to you.
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Searching for an odd French bolt. It goes into a French RD (Simplex SX610) and is designed for a very specific French derailleur hanger:


(Ignore the drilled out hanger, it got fixed.)
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Originally Posted by Dean51
I have heaps of Spacers, primarily from Suntour New Winner freewheels, but they may fit your application. Can you be more specific, as in O.D., I.D. and thickness?

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The inside diameter for the spacers I need is 44mm, and the outside diameter is 53mm. Since I seem to have mislaid my calipers, I can't give an actual dimension for thickness, but "paper thin" is a good description--it's about the thickness of a normal piece of copy paper. What's that, something like 5 thousandths? (I know, I'm mixing millimeters and inches, but I can only visualize thin things in thousandths).
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
The inside diameter for the spacers I need is 44mm, and the outside diameter is 53mm. Since I seem to have mislaid my calipers, I can't give an actual dimension for thickness, but "paper thin" is a good description--it's about the thickness of a normal piece of copy paper. What's that, something like 5 thousandths? (I know, I'm mixing millimeters and inches, but I can only visualize thin things in thousandths).
I have 44mm x 54mm x 0.1mm and 44mm x 54mm x 0.2mm. Just one of each. Note the difference ... 54mm OD vs. the 53mm OD you asked for. I'd be happy to send both of them to you if they can help. No need to reimburse me. If you'd like to proceed, send me a PM with your address and I'll put them in the mail.

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Originally Posted by Dean51
I have 44mm x 54mm x 0.1mm and 44mm x 54mm x 0.2mm. Just one of each. Note the difference ... 54mm OD vs. the 53mm OD you asked for. I'd be happy to send both of them to you if they can help. No need to reimburse me. If you'd like to proceed, send me a PM with your address and I'll put them in the mail.

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Thanks! That would be great if you're sure you don't need them. Stand by for a PM....
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@jonwvara The spacers are headed your way via USPS. 'Hope they work out for you!

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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.
Did you find what you needed?
If it's a SunTour boss I just came upon a full set: mount/bolt/pair of micro-ratchet shifters all in very good shape.
EDIT: also marked "Symmetric" on the mount, so these are "da kine" yah, brah?
If you needed Shimano I have nothing for you at this time.

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Long shot - looking for metric Maillard 6-speed FW or FW body

I have a nice pair of french hubs to go on an all-french build, need a(t least a) freewheel body, I have enough sprockets with good teeth that I don't care if those are bad.

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Did you find what you needed?
I found a set of shifters, thanks. But they have issues so I may be reaching out soon anyway.
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