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Old 04-19-22, 10:30 AM
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Brooks B17s

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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
I have a used Brooks B17s. There are indents at the sit bone area, but the leather is in fine shape. Maybe a little tightening of the bolt or tying up of the leather lace would make it more user friendly. It is perfectly usable as is, though. If you will pay shipping costs, it's yours. I'm in eastern PA. If you want a pic, I'd need an email address. I don't have enough posts on this site to post a photo.
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Old 04-19-22, 01:37 PM
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Re the B17s Brooks: I can't open private messages. My email address if you are still interested-stringstrongbass@aol.com (I don't have the minimum 10 posts on BF.)
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Old 04-20-22, 03:30 PM
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I have a nice condition ATAX stem (100 mm, 25.0 clamp, 22.0 quill) that I would like to trade for on in 80 or 90 mm long in similar condition. Located in USA
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ISO-Normandy Sport Hubs

Looking for a set of Normandy Sport hubs with quick releases, front and rear. 36 Hole with 100/122mm spacing for a 5 speed freewheel. Trying to get the ball rolling again on a mid 70s Peugeot PRN10 build that has stalled.

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Old 04-25-22, 08:29 PM
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ISO: NDS Shimano 600 Arabesque crank arm. 170 length I think but will double check…
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ISO Weinmann 750 brakes that are Raleigh marked 1 blue and 1 black.
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Old 04-28-22, 04:48 AM
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Want 116 BCD, but 118 will do - small ring

Have a Triomphe crank with a 42T small, not small enough. Now it has a 40T SR 118 with the holes filed-to-fit, that works ok.

Does anyone have anything smaller in either BCD?
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WTB 27" wheels

Looking for a set of aluminum 27" wheels, preferably with 5 cog freewheel on the rear, for an upgrade on either my '73 Dawes Galaxy or the '67 Robin Hood Lenton Sports. I believe my drop-out spacing is 4-3/4" on the Lenton Sports. If a decent set of chrome rims were available I might consider them for the Lenton Sports, since it's currently equipped with steelies. A plus if someone had a rear Chromix rim with patterned (stippled) sides, which would match the existing front.
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Originally Posted by swampyankee2 View Post
Looking for a set of aluminum 27" wheels, preferably with 5 cog freewheel on the rear, for an upgrade on either my '73 Dawes Galaxy or the '67 Robin Hood Lenton Sports. I believe my drop-out spacing is 4-3/4" on the Lenton Sports. If a decent set of chrome rims were available I might consider them for the Lenton Sports, since it's currently equipped with steelies. A plus if someone had a rear Chromix rim with patterned (stippled) sides, which would match the existing front.
I have a set you can get for shipping, with tires. Came from a 1986 Centurion Cavaletto mixte. Either 5 or 6 cogs, not sure.
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I have a set you can get for shipping, with tires. Came from a 1986 Centurion Cavaletto mixte. Either 5 or 6 cogs, not sure.
I really want to stick with 5 cog. Where are you located and how much do you estimate for shipping to 02857?
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Originally Posted by bamboobike4 View Post
I have a set you can get for shipping, with tires. Came from a 1986 Centurion Cavaletto mixte. Either 5 or 6 cogs, not sure.
I really want to stick with 5 cog. Where are you located and how much do you estimate for shipping to 02857?
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Old 04-28-22, 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by oneclick View Post
Have a Triomphe crank with a 42T small, not small enough. Now it has a 40T SR 118 with the holes filed-to-fit, that works ok.

Does anyone have anything smaller in either BCD?
Hilary Stone in the UK carries 116bcd rungs down to a 35 tooth count.
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Old 04-28-22, 11:59 AM
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Originally Posted by swampyankee2 View Post
Looking for a set of aluminum 27" wheels, preferably with 5 cog freewheel on the rear, for an upgrade on either my '73 Dawes Galaxy or the '67 Robin Hood Lenton Sports. I believe my drop-out spacing is 4-3/4" on the Lenton Sports. If a decent set of chrome rims were available I might consider them for the Lenton Sports, since it's currently equipped with steelies. A plus if someone had a rear Chromix rim with patterned (stippled) sides, which would match the existing front.
I have this rim. Whatever shipping costs is all. email if you want it.




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Looks similar to mine. I'll have to verify spoke count and get back to you.
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Originally Posted by swampyankee2 View Post
I really want to stick with 5 cog. Where are you located and how much do you estimate for shipping to 02857?
$35 to $55 using shipbikes.com (now using UPS, I believe).
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Old 04-28-22, 03:33 PM
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ISO two things:

First, a pair of 1950's Raleigh pedals in the men's 4" size, preferably with straight axle shafts, like these.

I have a pair of ladies' 3.5" pedals of the same vintage to trade

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1959 work?
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Originally Posted by oneclick View Post
Have a Triomphe crank with a 42T small, not small enough. Now it has a 40T SR 118 with the holes filed-to-fit, that works ok.

Does anyone have anything smaller in either BCD?
the smallest ring that will work is old school SR 37 pretty hard too find may have one that is a bit rough in my junk bins will look tomorrow.
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ISO Shimano 7-speed freehub body for Hyperglide.

Need this to get out of a jam. Offered to fix a neighbor's bike, and it's been one disaster after the other: First, the freewheel didn't arrive for a month. Ordered different freewheel. Installed freewheel. Threads stripped on the cheap steel hub when bike was tested. Returned freewheel, ordered 7-speed cassette. I re-laced the wheel with a replacement cassette hub. Realized after the fact that it was fitted with the slightly wider 8-10 speed freehub, not the 7-speed type.

And that doesn't account for the tons of other issues encountered with this pile of crap bike...

Will know the inner spline connector design by tonight.



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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
ISO Shimano 7-speed freehub body for Hyperglide.

Need this to get out of a jam. Offered to fix a neighbor's bike, and it's been one disaster after the other: First, the freewheel didn't arrive for a month. Ordered different freewheel. Installed freewheel. Threads stripped on the cheap steel hub when bike was tested. Returned freewheel, ordered 7-speed cassette. I re-laced the wheel with a replacement cassette hub. Realized after the fact that it was fitted with the slightly wider 8-10 speed freehub, not the 7-speed type.

And that doesn't account for the tons of other issues encountered with this pile of crap bike...

Will know the inner spline connector design by tonight.
-Kurt
If it will help, I mistakenly purchased this hub thinking it was 130mm, but it's 135. "Vintage Shimano Acera X FH-M290 Rear Hub 36 Holes 36H Bicycle Bike". I only paid $16 shipped, so I'm happy to offer it up for the cost of shipping.


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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
ISO Shimano 7-speed freehub body for Hyperglide.

Need this to get out of a jam. Offered to fix a neighbor's bike, and it's been one disaster after the other: First, the freewheel didn't arrive for a month. Ordered different freewheel. Installed freewheel. Threads stripped on the cheap steel hub when bike was tested. Returned freewheel, ordered 7-speed cassette. I re-laced the wheel with a replacement cassette hub. Realized after the fact that it was fitted with the slightly wider 8-10 speed freehub, not the 7-speed type.

And that doesn't account for the tons of other issues encountered with this pile of crap bike...

Will know the inner spline connector design by tonight.



-Kurt
The wheel is built, Correct? What model hub is it, i probably have a freehub depending on the model. If wheel is not built and you are not too picky on cosmetics i can probably send you a complete hub.

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The wheel is built, Correct? What model hub is it, i probably have a freehub depending on the model. If wheel is not built and you are not too picky on cosmetics i can probably send you a complete hub.

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Built with a generic no-name hub on it (though I believe it's a Shimano or a clone). But I already had to unlace the wheel once, so if I've got to do it again...I will.

That said, I've already accepted RobertUI's hub for now. If that for some reason doesn't work, I'll PM you

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I went to my co-op this afternoon and the bike Goddesses there smiles favorably on Kurt. I picked up a pretzeled mountain bike wheel for the right price (free) brought it home and it is the prized 135 over-nut length he has been seeking. Hub had a sticker FHRM40 on it that came off before it got a bath. A little clean up and some new grease, light oil for the sticky freehub, 18 bearings to bring this one back to life. Kurt, make sure I have the correct shipping addy for you. Pics after de-lacing and cleaning:

32* hub ready for some new service in the FL area. Came with a bonus 7spd cassette.
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ISO, funky old leather strap hub shiner.
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