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Old 10-26-21, 02:58 PM
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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.

(also posted in FS subforum.)
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
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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Looking for a 25.4>22.2 shim. A lot of threaded stem to threadless stem adapters came with the shim I need. Usually the adapter itself is 22.2 and thus a shim is included since lots of people use them on their MTBs with 1 1/8th steerers. I'd take a couple if people got them.
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Originally Posted by oneclick
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.

(also posted in FS subforum.)
Thought I had you covered but it's an atom...

Also, it didn't used to have all that surface rest on it but it's sitting outside now. I was so excited because I've been hanging on to this thing for ages thinking hey somebody might need a French threaded freewheel.

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Originally Posted by cyrano138
Thought I had you covered but it's an atom...
Maillard/Normandy/Atom are all the same company.
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Originally Posted by cyrano138
Thought I had you covered but it's an atom...

Also, it didn't used to have all that surface rest on it but it's sitting outside now. I was so excited because I've been hanging on to this thing for ages thinking hey somebody might need a French threaded freewheel.
If oneclick declines this I MIGHT have a need for one: I had a FR threaded hub with no FW at one time but recall I was making a complicated trade with a C&Ver that never got resolved, so have to use the old "time machine" and see where it wound up. I do know that member dropped off the team a long time ago!
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
Maillard/Normandy/Atom are all the same company.
Sort of, in that they were bought/merged - but their freewheels (can be) different; I just pulled apart a metric Atom 77 to check and it is completely different to the Maillard unit.
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If oneclick declines this I MIGHT have a need for one: I had a FR threaded hub with no FW at one time but recall I was making a complicated trade with a C&Ver that never got resolved, so have to use the old "time machine" and see where it wound up. I do know that member dropped off the team a long time ago!
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Sort of, in that they were bought/merged - but their freewheels (can be) different; I just pulled apart a metric Atom 77 to check and it is completely different to the Maillard unit.
I took it off the hub and tried to clean up a bit of the surface rust but didn't have the patience to work on it too long. Maybe painting some ospho on it would do the trick? I've only used that on a boat project so I don't know. It's up for grabs -- so is the hub it came off of. Let me know if anyone needs it. The unit has a very nice action and spins very smoothly. The rust is from spending a particularly humid and wet Florida summer on the lanai.


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Originally Posted by cyrano138
I took it off the hub and tried to clean up a bit of the surface rust but didn't have the patience to work on it too long. Maybe painting some ospho on it would do the trick? I've only used that on a boat project so I don't know. It's up for grabs -- so is the hub it came off of. Let me know if anyone needs it. The unit has a very nice action and spins very smoothly. The rust is from spending a particularly humid and wet Florida summer on the lanai.

I'll PM you.
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In search of a few things to restore a sweet 1984 Stumpjumper SC to its original glory:
- 48 tooth 110bcd black anodized aluminum Shimano Biopace chainring ring
- Black anodized Shimano Deerhead Sl-m700 thumb shifters
- (1 wheels worth) Black anodized Shimano Deerhead Br-mc70 brake arms and black cable hanger

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In search of a new home for this item. Just doing a bit of pre-emptive work before the War Department starts up. A single wheel that appears to be original to a Surley fixed gear bike. As always cost of shipping and first to answer gets first dibs. PM Me. If wanted I have a single freewheel that will fit the flip flop side of the hub Smiles, MH Pics:

Complete wheel with axle nuts

Says Surley on hub

Deep V rims whatever they are

Comes with tire and tube
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That's a Velocity Deep V, not sure these were original to the surly but probably a common replacement, pretty good stuff you could have them built up how you wanted, brake track, spokes and nipples. I had a set nonaero built up with black rims, machined brake track, chrome nipples and stainless spokes for under $300 shipped, sharp looking wheels to be sure that held up well in use, still have them with low use.
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My wife would like a higher great ratio on her single speed so I'm looking for a 46t silver alloy chainring (110bcd). I have some stuff I can trade.
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In search of a new home for this item. Just doing a bit of pre-emptive work before the War Department starts up. A single wheel that appears to be original to a Surley fixed gear bike. As always cost of shipping and first to answer gets first dibs. PM Me. If wanted I have a single freewheel that will fit the flip flop side of the hub Smiles, MH Pics:

Complete wheel with axle nuts

Says Surley on hub

Deep V rims whatever they are

Comes with tire and tube
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Originally Posted by cyrano138
My wife would like a higher great ratio on her single speed so I'm looking for a 46t silver alloy chainring (110bcd). I have some stuff I can trade.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/17494291765...MAAOSwdexhRAPM
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ISO a single clamp-on downtube shifter

Does anyone have a single (right-side) clamp-on downtube shifter they don't need? Doesn't need to be beautiful, just functional. The thumb shifter on my reconfigured winter bike works fine, but it takes up some handlebar space where I'd like to have the option of putting my hands.

Happy to trade something from my derailleur box or elsewhere in my modest (by BF standards) stash.
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