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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 03-31-22, 05:09 PM
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Originally Posted by RobertUI View Post
I'm going to throw this out there to my fell bf'ers... I recently picked up a black Surly 700c Fork with Cantilever mounts (and rack eyelets) with a threadless steerer tube that is too short for what I was planning to use it on. The steerer is about 6" and I'm offering this for free to a forum member (if you can cover shipping) that might be able to use it. I'll get some pictures later, but it easily handled a pretty beefy road tire that I tried 700x35. It will probably accept something much bigger. I got it for pretty cheap because I was buying a bunch of other parts so I got a really good deal. I'm planning to also list this in the more general 'karma' thread, I really just want it to go to a good home.
Is it a 1" steerer? 1 1/8"?
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Old 03-31-22, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by madpogue View Post
Seems like bike buyers have "discovered" shopgoodwill, as winning bids have gone up quite a bit. Descriptions have also improved somewhat.

https://shopgoodwill.com/item/141162778

Vintage 14 Speed Mercian Road Bike

Time left:3d 19h

Current Price: $136.01



(Wacky world honorable mention for -- "**Bike Will Be Dissembled For Delivery**")
Ended at $556, still not a bad deal but Goodwill still seems to not be a place to trust for bikes, especially for the rising prices they are getting now.
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Old 03-31-22, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by clubman View Post
Is it a 1" steerer? 1 1/8"?
Yup great question! It's a 1 1/8" steer.
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Hey all, restoring a stem here and hoping someone can check their stash for this specific bolt. Likely off an SR stem.


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ISO: Brooks B17s or similar women's saddle. Going on a stationary bike so cosmetics not a factor. Have $, c&v and modern, road and mtn to trade. TIA
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Turns out the smallest cog on that same Schwinn Super Sport I mentioned above is worn out and skipping. The freewheel is Schwinn Approved, but not an Atom, it's marked "JAPAN." According to pastorbobnlnh, this is a Shimano-made 5-speed.

Looking for the 14t smallest cog (which has a 42mm thread) OR a donor Schwinn Approved (trying to stay original with this one) freewheel.







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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
Turns out the smallest cog on that same Schwinn Super Sport I mentioned above is worn out and skipping. The freewheel is Schwinn Approved, but not an Atom, it's marked "JAPAN." According to pastorbobnlnh, this is a Shimano-made 5-speed.

Looking for the 14t smallest cog (which has a 42mm thread) OR a donor Schwinn Approved (trying to stay original with this one) freewheel.







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I guess it goes to show that it's REALLY hard to tell by eyeball when a cog is worn out. That doesn't look worn to me at all!
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Old 04-04-22, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
I guess it goes to show that it's REALLY hard to tell by eyeball when a cog is worn out. That doesn't look worn to me at all!
THIS x 1,000!

Visual inspection is absolutely no guarantee; I've seen cogs that looked worn that have worked on both their original chains and a replacement chain and I've seen the complete opposite too.

It's 100% a gamble unless you're going NOS.

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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
Turns out the smallest cog on that same Schwinn Super Sport I mentioned above is worn out and skipping. The freewheel is Schwinn Approved, but not an Atom, it's marked "JAPAN." According to pastorbobnlnh, this is a Shimano-made 5-speed.

Looking for the 14t smallest cog (which has a 42mm thread) OR a donor Schwinn Approved (trying to stay original with this one) freewheel.







Best,

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Edit: @cudak888
Here you go, Schwinn Approved, Japan, Model J, 14-32

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Originally Posted by notenoughdaylig View Post
ISO: Brooks B17s or similar women's saddle. Going on a stationary bike so cosmetics not a factor. Have $, c&v and modern, road and mtn to trade. TIA
look here and make an offer. I think #2 is an S.
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Originally Posted by FBOATSB View Post
Edit: @cudak888
Here you go, Schwinn Approved, Japan, Model J, 14-32
That would work. PM incoming.

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Old 04-05-22, 05:16 PM
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Sturmey Archer Cone Spanner

I found this in my tool box:




It's quite small — about 2 ˝" long. The spanner is probably for ⅝" cones. I don't have any SA hubs, and am not planning on getting any. A modern 16mm cone wrench would probably work as well or better, but we bike geeks like to have the right tools ...

Let me know if you want it. In exchange, I would love one of those flimsy stamped-metal 8mm Mafac wrenches. Or just some good karma.
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Old 04-06-22, 01:29 PM
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ISO Front Derailleur

Front derailleur needed to replace the dreaded plastique Simplex. Huret or Suntour 2 chainring model. Not sure what to call the type with cable housing stop coming up from the bottom.
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Originally Posted by swampyankee2 View Post
Front derailleur needed to replace the dreaded plastique Simplex. Huret or Suntour 2 chainring model. Not sure what to call the type with cable housing stop coming up from the bottom.
If you're willing to chance another Simplex, I have this one:



Part of a larger stash of French bits I'm getting rid of:

French Stuff for sale
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Cancelled. I found a FD
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Looking for a 6 speed Accushift as using anything else (even Suntour Perfect) seems to cause sluggish down shifting. Tell me what you need in return.

Update - that's a freewheel I need

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Looking for a 6 speed Accushift as using anything else (even Suntour Perfect) seems to cause sluggish down shifting. Tell me what you need in return.
Shifters or freewheel?

I have these. Not pretty, but they are 6-speed Accushift:




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Tabbed Lock washer

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The mate to this keyed washer has been lost to the nether world of my flooded basement. Anybody have something similar? It's off a British solid front axle from the sixties. The axle measures .287"(7.3mm) on the smooth section, and .309"(7.84mm) on the rolled threads.
Will this do? It's a little larger OD, but the ID is just about perfect. If I recall correctly, it's from an Atom small flange front hub from the 1970s.

Front hub lock washer, circa mid-1970s
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Will this do? It's a little larger OD, but the ID is just about perfect. If I recall correctly, it's from an Atom small flange front hub from the 1970s.

Front hub lock washer, circa mid-1970s
Thanks, but eom took care of me!
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Wanted: Stronglight 49d crank arms 172.5mm or 175mm

I have the following cranks to offer in trade:
Stronglight 49d 170mm
Stronglight 93 170mm
TA 5 Vis 175mm
Sugino Mighty Competition 171mm

Also various other components, most of them Italian or French.

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1. Maillard helicomatic wrench ? Trade for ? ****FOUND!!!*** Thanks Kurt!
2. Stronglight 105 nondrive arm or entire crankset? If not maybe 99 ? Have 93 for trade
3. Mafac Competition gen 2 brakeset- kind that say “competition “ black sticker ; calipers and drilled levers kind that take full hoods. Have Racer calipers and levers to trade or will purchase; also have some weinmann. ***based on Verktyg recent compendium on different reach versions I better do some measuring ***

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Lyotard 45 or 23 spindle...

The spindle of my right/DS Berthet appears slightly bent... Apparently the spindles for 45's and 23's are interchangeable, so... anyone have one, or a cheap set of 45's I can cannibalize? English-9/16 threaded.. Thx
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Originally Posted by Slowride79 View Post
1. Maillard helicomatic wrench ? Trade for ?
2. Stronglight 105 nondrive arm or entire crankset? If not maybe 99 ? Have 93 for trade
3. Mafac Competition gen 2 brakeset- kind that say “competition “ black sticker ; calipers and drilled levers kind that take full hoods. Have Racer calipers and levers to trade or will purchase; also have some weinmann.
I think I have a Helicomatic wrench here. PM me.

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The spindle of my right/DS Berthet appears slightly bent... Apparently the spindles for 45's and 23's are interchangeable, so... anyone have one, or a cheap set of 45's I can cannibalize? English-9/16 threaded.. Thx
I know I have a single "orphan" pedal, but can't recall which side or if it's ENG or FR threaded.
But I will start hunting
EDIT: hunt has ended and it was a bust: I do have a single "orphan" Berthet in nice condition and it's a DS pedal BUT it's a bare body only, no spindle of any kind nor cone nor nut or dustcap!
I also have a pair that are "rider" condition but these have ENG threaded spindles (9/16") and one is missing the dustcap
Oh well, I tried.

EDIT 2: wait you want ENG threaded? I misread the post and thought you were after a FR threaded spindle.
PM me, maybe I have something you can use after all

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Originally Posted by unworthy1 View Post
I know I have a single "orphan" pedal, but can't recall which side or if it's ENG or FR threaded.
But I will start hunting
EDIT: hunt has ended and it was a bust: I do have a single "orphan" Berthet in nice condition and it's a DS pedal BUT it's a bare body only, no spindle of any kind nor cone nor nut or dustcap!
I also have a pair that are "rider" condition but these have ENG threaded spindles (9/16") and one is missing the dustcap
Oh well, I tried.

EDIT 2: wait you want ENG threaded? I misread the post and thought you were after a FR threaded spindle.
PM me, maybe I have something you can use after all
PM'd!
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