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Old 07-31-22, 10:59 AM
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It puzzles why the US and Canada can't have nearly seamless low-cost parcel service.
Indeed. Oh to be stateside sometimes
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WTB - Mixte frame or entire bicycle, but would prefer frame and fork only.

I could easily find a hybrid, or ladies' bicycle locally, but I'm looking for the style of frame with stay-sized tubing that runs all the way from the head tube, around the seat tube and all the way to the rear dropouts.





Seat tube between 19" and 23". (This is going to live on the trainer)

Sound frame and fork, cosmetic conditions are unimportant. In fact, I'd prefer to not be entrusted with something in pristine, original condition.

Willing to pay for it and shipping from Continental US or Canada.
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Have you talked to jdawg about the one he has to offer? I can look here but not a lot of items here in my co-op that fit that description. I will be looking for you. Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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Have you talked to jdawg about the one he has to offer? I can look here but not a lot of items here in my co-op that fit that description. I will be looking for you. Smiles, MH
We've spoken. What he has is a hybrid, not a mixte.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
We've spoken. What he has is a hybrid, not a mixte.
Haven’t been able to get into the temp-mobile bike storage unit yet, but I believe this might be the year and model...except in grey-silver.



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jdawginsc I have a Raleigh Super Record, early '80s(?), I know it needs a few things (chain); I'd rather send it complete, just because I don't know what else I'd do with the components. But we could agree on what you want me to include/exclude. Only pics I have for now:







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Just powdercoated. 21 inch seat tube, French threaded.

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Originally Posted by imabeliever1
I’m poking for a Shimano stem shifter like these. Thanks

FYI, these can be re-worked to fit the troublesome top of down tube shifter mounts on mid-eighties bikes.

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Originally Posted by USAZorro
WTB - Mixte frame or entire bicycle, but would prefer frame and fork only.

I could easily find a hybrid, or ladies' bicycle locally, but I'm looking for the style of frame with stay-sized tubing that runs all the way from the head tube, around the seat tube and all the way to the rear dropouts.
Seat tube between 19" and 23". (This is going to live on the trainer)

Sound frame and fork, cosmetic conditions are unimportant. In fact, I'd prefer to not be entrusted with something in pristine, original condition.

Willing to pay for it and shipping from Continental US or Canada.


Suteki 49 cm seat tube center to top.



Nishiki Sport 53 cm seat tube center to top.


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ISO a Tange FL-500 headset top nut to replace the one that the finish came off of after soaking in degreaser.

They are marked around the top flat with "Japan Tange Falcon Alloy FL500".

The one I have is still usable and currently on the bike but it would be nice to have a better condition one if anybody has one in their spares box
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Originally Posted by eom
Suteki 49 cm seat tube center to top.



Nishiki Sport 53 cm seat tube center to top.


email if interested.
Interested. e-mail sent. Deal reached.

Thank you everyone!
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Any rando bars collecting dust? What have you got and what do you need? I have a few standard drop bars of various brands and widths or other bits if bars isn't what y'all need. Thought I'd check before I buy one of the VO closeouts.
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Q/R skewers

Looking for 100/130 skewers for an early 80s mountain bike. Shimano, Suntour - something like that. Clean and functional please.
(I realize I could use almost anything but I seem to have an abundance of wheels and a dearth of skewers.)

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ISO one Continental Grand Sport Race 27x1-1/4" tire. Doesn't have to be new at all; just trying to match a single one I have here.




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Originally Posted by ascherer
Any rando bars collecting dust? What have you got and what do you need? I have a few standard drop bars of various brands and widths or other bits if bars isn't what y'all need. Thought I'd check before I buy one of the VO closeouts.
Andy, I likely have a set of fairly narrow ones (e.g., 38cm)--though I won't be home until the weekend to check if you're in a hurry.
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Originally Posted by nlerner;[url=tel:22595286
22595286[/url]]Andy, I likely have a set of fairly narrow ones (e.g., 38cm)--though I won't be home until the weekend to check if you're in a hurry.
Thanks, Neal. Probably not a rush, and I definitely need wider.
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Huret FD - 2 Available

501c eBay auction, ends today at 12:55PM EDT. Price with shipping for each is currently <$14 US (plus applicable taxes) if shipped to a US address. Don't know if they ship internationally or not.

Currently no bids on either. Seller does not accept offers but typically relists items that don't sell, often after reducing the minimum starting bid.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/255647520147

https://www.ebay.com/itm/255647520179

Sorry for the late notice - was poking around on the Internet today and just ran across these. Perhaps someone here needs one.

I've done business with the vendor; I do not have any commercial interest in the vendor.

Edited to add: source also has two Suntour LePree available for <$24 US (plus applicable taxes), shipped to US address, with no current bids. Second is long cage. I believe someone here was looking for one within the last few months. These listings also end at 12:55 PM EDT today.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/255647519750

https://www.ebay.com/itm/255647519993

FWIW: this vendor often lists a wide variety of vintage parts they've pulled from donated bikes at auction. Might be worth an occasional look if you're having trouble finding something specific.

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Originally Posted by ascherer
Thanks, Neal. Probably not a rush, and I definitely need wider.
I will take a look in my heap. Like Neal, I might have a few 38s but I seem to remember a 40 or 41 in there somewhere.

Shiny new, or rider quality?
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Originally Posted by ascherer
Any rando bars collecting dust? What have you got and what do you need? I have a few standard drop bars of various brands and widths or other bits if bars isn't what y'all need. Thought I'd check before I buy one of the VO closeouts.
I have a pair of SR Road Champions 41 wide, rider quality (look real good near the stem).
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
I will take a look in my heap. Like Neal, I might have a few 38s but I seem to remember a 40 or 41 in there somewhere.

Shiny new, or rider quality?
Hey Dave - I'm not particular, but doesn't shiny always win? :-)
Regarding widths I'm beginning to wonder if a rando bar for my wife's Moto would helps prevent her left hand from getting a bit numb. Narrow for her is the right size. LMK, and thanks.
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Originally Posted by dweenk
I have a pair of SR Road Champions 41 wide, rider quality (look real good near the stem).
Many thanks. I seem to have a lead on the same bars in 42, which comes closer to my size.
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Originally Posted by Hondo6
501c eBay auction, ends today at 12:55PM EDT. Price with shipping for each is currently <$14 US (plus applicable taxes) if shipped to a US address. Don't know if they ship internationally or not.

Currently no bids on either.
Huret made many variations of this basic design, almost all cosmetic, with one major exception shown in the second example.
It has a sprung inner cage "nose" which aids upshifts noticeably.
There were several variations with this feature, the best of which has an aluminium body and arms and a cutout steel clamp.
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Originally Posted by oneclick
Huret made many variations of this basic design, almost all cosmetic, with one major exception shown in the second example.
It has a sprung inner cage "nose" which aids upshifts noticeably.
There were several variations with this feature, the best of which has an aluminium body and arms and a cutout steel clamp.
Thanks for the info, oneclick. Always eager to learn, and I have to admit that I don't know all that much about French cycling components from the 1980s and earlier.
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Originally Posted by Hondo6
Thanks...
Here are pics of the nose in question - it's a VERY stiffly sprung bit:





Hurets with this feature are not common.

The cage can be transplanted if you get one (well, two) of the varieties that have the arms held on with screws.
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Originally Posted by ascherer
Hey Dave - I'm not particular, but doesn't shiny always win? :-)
Regarding widths I'm beginning to wonder if a rando bar for my wife's Moto would helps prevent her left hand from getting a bit numb. Narrow for her is the right size. LMK, and thanks.
Almost certainly have a 37-38.
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