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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 07-25-22, 06:40 AM
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Originally Posted by oneclick
I knew I had one of those sets of shifters.

The bolt and nut you need are these:



But they're mine, and you can't have them. You CAN, however, have this copy of the nut in brass for use with a suitable screw:



(Some stuff is quick and easy if you have a lathe.)

So pm me a physical address and I'll stick it in the post.
PM incoming shortly.

Gotta ask - the nut you fabricated looks to be virtually the same color as the chromed original. White brass?
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Old 07-25-22, 07:16 AM
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^^^^^^ Hmm, looks very brass-colored to me (shrug).....
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Originally Posted by madpogue
^^^^^^ Hmm, looks very brass-colored to me (shrug).....
Hmm, you could be right. I was looking at the machined flats, which look to me (on my screen) to be nearly the same color as chrome. But looking closer, the round "head" end of the nut seems more brass-colored. The flats may just be "washed out" by excess light and showing a false, lighter shade.

It's always hard to tell exact colors on a computer screen unless both the sender and receiver of the image are using calibrated equipment.
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Old 07-25-22, 07:48 AM
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It's quite yellow. Bit of old valve shaft.
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Want single-sided (5-speed) Simplex delrin cable guide

I want a single-sided one of these:



Because after the plastic bits come off, it has two studs - both like the left one here.
With some silver-solder on the backside to make sure it stays put, and a few minutes on a lathe for the front side, the stud looks like the one on the right:



Which is now the right size and shape to mount one of those nice Simplex front mechs that otherwise need the special braze-on:



And this picture shows why I want a single, even if the other stud is removed entirely there'll still be an ugly boss remnant there:

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Hello. Anyone interested in NOS Mavic GP4 tubular rims, 32 hole, an old rusted campagnolo clamp on front derailleur, and a NOS red benotto bar tape? For a clincher wheelset, 100 front, 126 rear, 700c. Thanks. Much appreciated.






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Old 07-27-22, 11:49 AM
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ISO Park Tool PMP-5 frame punp.

Left mine on the bed cover of my pick-up and drove off
A quick lap around the internet shows them to be discontinued and unavailable from anywhere.

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Originally Posted by oneclick
I want a single-sided one of these:



Because after the plastic bits come off, it has two studs - both like the left one here.
With some silver-solder on the backside to make sure it stays put, and a few minutes on a lathe for the front side, the stud looks like the one on the right:

Youíre the boss! Did you take the boss out and lathe it separately, or did you put the entire clamp in the lathe?

I may have one, but canít remember if it has a guide on the NDS. Iíll check when I get home.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave
Did you take the boss out and lathe it separately, or did you put the entire clamp in the lathe?

I may have one, but canít remember if it has a guide on the NDS. Iíll check when I get home.
I silver-soldered it in place first; drilled and tapped the centre of the boss, then took the centre part of a quick-release ( a nice straight one) and mounted that in the lathe with a stub of the threaded end sticking out.

I bent the clamp so the free end bolt hole and the threaded boss were aligned, the qr centre stub went through free-end bolt hole (so it wouldn't go flying about), then put a small nut to lock against the threaded boss when it went on the stub.

Light cuts after that.
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Tall guy shout out - 40į Stem, high riser bars

Looking for a 50mm+ Riser Bar (~700mm wide) and about a 110-130mm Stem in both a 31.8mm. Pictures are for example. I'll use as many such stems as these as possible - it's the bane of height. I have some 6 speed Suntour 3000 Shifters, front and rear derailleur for trade, working pulls from my own Kuwahara Sage.

https://www.starbike.com/en/procraft-sl-40-stem/

https://ridetigercraft.com/aura-alloy-50mm-riser-bars/

https://i5.walmartimages.com/asr/3dc...0&odnBg=ffffff
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Originally Posted by oneclick
I silver-soldered it in place first; drilled and tapped the centre of the boss, then took the centre part of a quick-release ( a nice straight one) and mounted that in the lathe with a stub of the threaded end sticking out.

I bent the clamp so the free end bolt hole and the threaded boss were aligned, the qr centre stub went through free-end bolt hole (so it wouldn't go flying about), then put a small nut to lock against the threaded boss when it went on the stub.

Light cuts after that.
Thatís all? Well shucks, I should have guessed.

Sadly, my demultiplicateur is double sided too. But if anyone needs oneÖ
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Those hoods would be really neat to replace my worn out ones on my faithfull Cannondale CAAD4.
Do you sell these hoods and if so what would be your price?

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Originally Posted by oneclick
I want a single-sided one of these:
If nothing comes up here, try eBay.fr
Here's one (I think).....
With the current $/Ä exchange it's pretty cheap. I've had pretty good experiences getting stuff from France lately.
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Originally Posted by mountaindave
Thatís all? Well shucks, I should have guessed.
I thunk about it first.

I knew it had to be threaded before it went in the lathe (so as to mount it on a threaded mandrel). I didn't want the riveted end spinning in the hole when it was drilled and tapped, so it had to be soldered before that.
After it was figured out it only took about 20 minutes.
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Originally Posted by prairiepedaler
Looking for a 50mm+ Riser Bar (~700mm wide) and about a 110-130mm Stem in both a 31.8mm. Pictures are for example. I'll use as many such stems as these as possible - it's the bane of height. I have some 6 speed Suntour 3000 Shifters, front and rear derailleur for trade, working pulls from my own Kuwahara Sage.

https://www.starbike.com/en/procraft-sl-40-stem/

https://ridetigercraft.com/aura-alloy-50mm-riser-bars/

https://i5.walmartimages.com/asr/3dc...0&odnBg=ffffff
I have a 50mm-52mm rise bar that is 64cm wide in bare aluminum, XLC branded. I know that's a bit more narrow than you mentioned, but I can assure you that the swap is right priced.
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Shimano stem shifter wanted

Iím poking for a Shimano stem shifter like these. Thanks
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Originally Posted by imabeliever1
Iím poking for a Shimano stem shifter like these. Thanks
There are quite a few stem shifters at the local co-op, to which I will be going next mid-week, I'll have a good look if nothing else shows before then.
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^^^^^ Fah, I was just at my local co-op a few hours ago. Closed for the weekend, alas.
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Thanks. I really like the sleek looks of this particular one.
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I do believe I have a pair cause I am a fan of these "micro-ratcheting" shifters, both the stem and the DT mounts.
So let me poke thru my bins and PM me in a day or so.
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Thank you. I will shoot you a note after a cpl days.
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Originally Posted by dweenk
I have a 50mm-52mm rise bar that is 64cm wide in bare aluminum, XLC branded. I know that's a bit more narrow than you mentioned, but I can assure you that the swap is right priced.
Hello Dweenk, tnxs for the response. I definetely need the bar width (lock-on grips, seperate shifters/levers plus bar ends). 640 is going to be too narrow.
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Originally Posted by prairiepedaler
Hello Dweenk, tnxs for the response. I definetely need the bar width (lock-on grips, seperate shifters/levers plus bar ends). 640 is going to be too narrow.
I didn't notice that you were in Winnipeg. Shipping alone would have been too expensive for a trade. It puzzles why the US and Canada can't have nearly seamless low-cost parcel service.
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Originally Posted by imabeliever1
Iím poking for a Shimano stem shifter like these. Thanks
Iíve got 2 sets of z series shifters.
PM me if you are still looking.
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