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Old 01-03-22, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by bboy314
Looking for a rear hub to replace a damaged Deore LX Parallax 8 speed.
How many spoke holes?
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Originally Posted by bboy314
Looking for a rear hub to replace a damaged Deore LX Parallax 8 speed. Another parallax would be ideal but something similar in good useable shape would work. .
Sorry if I missed these details.
How many holes does your Deore LX Parallax 8 speed have?
Color?
Spacing?
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Originally Posted by ehcoplex
Hmmm, reading some of the reviews about the taps snapping makes me think I ought to avoid them..
Unless your Stronglight cranks are steel I don't think you have to worry about snapping.
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Originally Posted by eom
Sorry if I missed these details.
How many holes does your Deore LX Parallax 8 speed have?
Color?
Spacing?
Sorry, forgot to mention i need a 32 hole hub, 135mm spacing. Damaged hub is black, I’d like to replace it with something black but not totally necessary.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
I have a drawer full of cottered spindles, but lengths really vary. Do you know what you’re looking for in terms of center to center, NDS end to bearing track, DS end to bearing track?
I think the topic of proper cottered spindle lengths might deserve its own (anorakish) thread. I have an Automoto frame which came to me with bottom bracket cups but no spindle (well, it came with a square taper spindle that was entirely inappropriate for the cups) and face similar problems. I am used to thinking of square taper spindles and their lengths, but such spindles don't extend all the way to the outer edges of the crank arms. It seems to me that all else being equal, cottered spindles will generally be substantially longer than their square taper cousins to get a similar chainline. But how much longer? 10mm? More?
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
I think the topic of proper cottered spindle lengths might deserve its own (anorakish) thread. I have an Automoto frame which came to me with bottom bracket cups but no spindle (well, it came with a square taper spindle that was entirely inappropriate for the cups) and face similar problems. I am used to thinking of square taper spindles and their lengths, but such spindles don't extend all the way to the outer edges of the crank arms. It seems to me that all else being equal, cottered spindles will generally be substantially longer than their square taper cousins to get a similar chainline. But how much longer? 10mm? More?
Also, more often than not, most cottered cranks are steel and have thinner arms, so that likely needs to be considered as well. I think. So perhaps not as big a difference as one would think?
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126 28h hub

Hi, I'm looking for a 28 hole, 126 spaced Hi-E rear hub. I know that might be tricky, so if anyone has another rare/interesting lightweight option that fits those parameters, let me know. Thanks!
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Looking for crasked or broken Campagnolo Athena rear derailleur or parts.

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Originally Posted by 100bikes
Looking for crasked or broken Campagnolo Athena rear derailleur or parts.

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I have a couple incomplete spares sitting in the bin, assuming this is the one you're looking for. What parts do you need? I can try and check what's there tonight.



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Originally Posted by smontanaro
I think the topic of proper cottered spindle lengths might deserve its own (anorakish) thread. I have an Automoto frame which came to me with bottom bracket cups but no spindle (well, it came with a square taper spindle that was entirely inappropriate for the cups) and face similar problems. I am used to thinking of square taper spindles and their lengths, but such spindles don't extend all the way to the outer edges of the crank arms. It seems to me that all else being equal, cottered spindles will generally be substantially longer than their square taper cousins to get a similar chainline. But how much longer? 10mm? More?
I’m learning quite a lot about this topic lately and it is a massive rabbit hole. French and Italian spindles are nominally 15.9mm but there is the issue of BB width. Unequal lengths on DS and NDS, large variances in overall width, it’s endless. This could be made a sticky that could become very convoluted.
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Originally Posted by AJI125
I have a couple incomplete spares sitting in the bin, assuming this is the one you're looking for. What parts do you need? I can try and check what's there tonight.



I'm piggy-backing on this request cause have been looking/asking for a cable barrel/spring for some time now with no results. This is to complete a Veloce (around '93) RD so used a barrel with the "shaped" end rather than the ridged end as shown in diagram as parts 5 and 6. But if cannot locate the "correct end style" would settle for a different style as long as the threading and OA length works with the Veloce (as I think it will). Please PM me if you (anybody out there) has one, I have a small ton of trade-bait to swap with.
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Looking for #2(7116112)- Upper body bushing and #3(7304009) the convex washer.

Thanks for your help in this.

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Looking for one of those weird Suntour sealed bottom brackets with a 120mm to 123mm spindle, English threaded.

I think I have a Phil Wood unit w/o rings to trade. Spindle is 103mm, I'll have to double check.
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Originally Posted by 100bikes
Looking for #2(7116112)- Upper body bushing and #3(7304009) the convex washer.

Thanks for your help in this.

rusty
I'll check for the washer, but the bushing is a no-go. I have one I'm going to put into use on my Bianchi, and a broken one that seemed to hold together (because I didn't know it was cracked through) but I'd never let anyone else use a broken one and honestly plan to try and keep it as a spare. I've got 3 of these RDs (the two mostly there) but only 1.5 of the bushings...

I found the one off eBay after I found mine broken. You can source through EuroAsiaImports (gotta find one of their partner bike shops, Bens Cycle online was one) but if I remember right it was pushing $60 a couple years back before I found the eBay one.

This might be what I ordered. Best to triple check it's what you need, part # isn't the same but always heard the Triomphe (edit: or maybe it was Victory) one worked too. https://www.ebay.com/itm/35324303648...YAAOSwVtta0O-B
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
I'm piggy-backing on this request cause have been looking/asking for a cable barrel/spring for some time now with no results. This is to complete a Veloce (around '93) RD so used a barrel with the "shaped" end rather than the ridged end as shown in diagram as parts 5 and 6. But if cannot locate the "correct end style" would settle for a different style as long as the threading and OA length works with the Veloce (as I think it will). Please PM me if you (anybody out there) has one, I have a small ton of trade-bait to swap with.
I'll see what I've got for barrel adjusters. Don't want to take any completes apart but I've at least got these two in the bin, can't remember if I had any others. I ordered up one fairly recently for a 10s Comp Triple, but it had a different model # than the 7350420/ RD-RE014 I think you're looking for.
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Originally Posted by philpeugeot
Looking for one of those weird Suntour sealed bottom brackets with a 120mm to 123mm spindle, English threaded.

I think I have a Phil Wood unit w/o rings to trade. Spindle is 103mm, I'll have to double check.
I have a Velo-Orange sealed English BB that is 122mm, and offset. Let me know if that would be of interest.
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If he’s not interested, I might be, depends on the offset.
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Mafac Racer pad holders, anyone? Lookin' for 2....
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jeirvine Thanks for the offer, but I'm going to pass on the VO bottom bracket. I'm looking specifically for the Suntour unit.
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Originally Posted by philpeugeot
jeirvine Thanks for the offer, but I'm going to pass on the VO bottom bracket. I'm looking specifically for the Suntour unit.
I MIGHT have one but if so it will be just the cartridge with spindle, no "cups" or rings. The reason I held onto it (if I did) is that I thought you could use these with Phil Wood rings, or that's the story that lodged in my brain. Standby for an update...
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
I'm piggy-backing on this request cause have been looking/asking for a cable barrel/spring for some time now with no results. This is to complete a Veloce (around '93) RD so used a barrel with the "shaped" end rather than the ridged end as shown in diagram as parts 5 and 6. But if cannot locate the "correct end style" would settle for a different style as long as the threading and OA length works with the Veloce (as I think it will). Please PM me if you (anybody out there) has one, I have a small ton of trade-bait to swap with.
Here's a ridged version from what appears to be the same Athena as in the pic. PM if interested


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Originally Posted by 100bikes
Looking for crasked or broken Campagnolo Athena rear derailleur or parts.

rusty
I would offer you those parts except that are also missing from mine, go figure.
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ISO: Bianchi water cage celeste

Trade: Paramount water cage


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Originally Posted by philpeugeot
jeirvine Thanks for the offer, but I'm going to pass on the VO bottom bracket. I'm looking specifically for the Suntour unit.
Well, "good news/bad news" maybe: I found what I had stashed and labelled as "SunTour" but there's no logo on this unit.
It's as I thought: just the cartridge (58mm wide and 30mm OD), bearings seem good if a bit stiff, BUT the asymmetric spindle is longer than 123mm, I get 124.9mm.
That said, I'm local to San Mateo....PM me if interested and/or want me to shoot pix.
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Originally Posted by clubman
Here's a ridged version from what appears to be the same Athena as in the pic. PM if interested


Thanks for the offer, clubman but I just combed thru my small parts and found a ridged barrel (probably NOT original Campy) that fits so am calling off the search until a genuine Campy barrel with that "thumbscrew" end shows up (seems to be a 5mm shaft that is required). Thanks again.
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