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Old 08-19-18, 08:03 PM
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ISO: some kind of dirt drop bars like the Gary or cow bells. Wanting to try them on my hybrid winter bike.

Have: loads!

Thanks for possibles!
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
ISO: some kind of dirt drop bars like the Gary or cow bells. Wanting to try them on my hybrid winter bike.

Have: loads!

Thanks for possibles!
Have Cowbell 3 bars in 42 and 44 width. Both pretty much new and never taped, 42 I think had levers installed.
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It's the little things that are easily overlooked and serve to slow down projects. I have two that are going to be requiring center pull brakes, and for which I do not have hangers for the front brake (they're both Raleighs and have the rear arc, so rear hangers aren't needed).

The steerers are 1", and I'm hoping to find alloy hangers, but if steel is all I can get, I'd gladly utilize them.

Also looking to help out a local friend who's in need of a rear axle that will fit into 8mm dropouts. The rear spacing is 120mm and nutted is actually preferred to q/r.

Have: an eclectic bunch of this and that's. If I don't have parts that will be useful, something can be worked out.

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Originally Posted by wesmamyke
Have Cowbell 3 bars in 42 and 44 width. Both pretty much new and never taped, 42 I think had levers installed.
sending you a PM. New to these type bars so having to go look for pics and specs.

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Originally Posted by USAZorro
It's the little things that are easily overlooked and serve to slow down projects. I have two that are going to be requiring center pull brakes, and for which I do not have hangers for the front brake (they're both Raleighs and have the rear arc, so rear hangers aren't needed).

The steerers are 1", and I'm hoping to find alloy hangers, but if steel is all I can get, I'd gladly utilize them.
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Originally Posted by danarello
ISO shimano 600 6-speed 13T-28T MF -6208 SIS road Freewheel. I have vintage tubular wheelset and 2 vintage saddles in fair condition for trade. If anyone knows of a similar new replacement freewheel available, please let me know.
There are inexpensive and perfectly serviceable 13-28 freewheels available new by Shimano, Sunrace, SunRun, etc. 6 or 7 speed. No need to find vintage NOS.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
ISO: some kind of dirt drop bars like the Gary or cow bells. Wanting to try them on my hybrid winter bike.

Have: loads!

Thanks for possibles!
I've got a set of Soma Sparrow bars I'll never use. They are not quite as wide as typical dirt drops, but they have that basic shape. Let me know if you're interested and I'll figure out the particular size details.

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I have two front derailleurs both braze on. A Dura Ace 7700 and a Suntour Superbe Pro. I would like to trade them off for 2 clamp ons of the same genre (28.6).
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
It's the little things that are easily overlooked and serve to slow down projects. I have two that are going to be requiring center pull brakes, and for which I do not have hangers for the front brake (they're both Raleighs and have the rear arc, so rear hangers aren't needed).
The steerers are 1", and I'm hoping to find alloy hangers, but if steel is all I can get, I'd gladly utilize them.
Like these?
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Originally Posted by Hudson308
Like these?
Those are perfect.
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Originally Posted by Wileyone
I have two front derailleurs both braze on. A Dura Ace 7700 and a Suntour Superbe Pro. I would like to trade them off for 2 clamp ons of the same genre (28.6).
I looked a while back and ended up with Origin 8 28.6 adapters. They look and work well.
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Originally Posted by curbtender
I looked a while back and ended up with Origin 8 28.6 adapters. They look and work well.
yup. +1
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Originally Posted by curbtender
I looked a while back and ended up with Origin 8 28.6 adapters. They look and work well.

I have 2 bikes with adapters. I really don't like them.
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Did you make an inverse mistake? Want to swap?

My Velo Orange Left Bank handlebars with 22.2 lever diameter for your Left Bank/Porteur/Montmartre/other handlebars with 23.8 lever diameter.

Thanks!
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I'm looking for a Dura Ace 74XX front hub with at least one bearing cup in very good condition. Read that to mean no pits or other defects in the ball track. Spoke count does not matter and the condition of the hub itself can be completely knackered.....all I'm looking to do is remove one good bearing cup to restore another front hub that I have on hand.

Please don't hold back if you have a front hub in better condition than what I need. 'Just let me know what you have and are willing to sell it for, less shipping. If you'd like to quote a price inclusive of shipping, I'm in Area Code 98362, Thanks in advance for your consideration!!

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Originally Posted by tiredhands
My Velo Orange Left Bank handlebars with 22.2 lever diameter for your Left Bank/Porteur/Montmartre/other handlebars with 23.8 lever diameter.
I've got a set of Soma moustache bars with a 23.8 diameter. Here's a link to Soma's description: 3-Speed Moustache Bar | SOMA Fabrications

I'm not interested in Left Bank bars, but I'm sure we could find something else to trade.
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For trade.
I'm looking a single chainring set. 46(or lower) teeth, with a sqaure taper. I have a Lambert Visicount 3x crank set for trade.

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Originally Posted by tiredhands
My Velo Orange Left Bank handlebars with 22.2 lever diameter for...
I could sure use a Left Bank bar. I have a Campy Nuovo Record seatpost in 26.0 and a TTT in 25.8. I polished them both up, but the TTT has some zig-zags below the min-insertion line. Or other stuff.
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Originally Posted by Buellster
For trade.
I'm looking a single chainring set. 46(or lower) teeth, with a sqaure taper. I have a Lambert Visicount 3x crank set for trade.
Hi Buellster:
If you look at message 480 above, I have a TA crankset there. It has a single ring at 36 T, but perhaps more importantly, has the adapter to mount any single ring to the TA set. I also have a 32 T shown there, but that is likely smaller than you want, and maybe the 36 T is also too small. But the adapter would allow you to even use your Lamber 42 T if the bolt circles match (I suspect that they do). But if you want 36 T, the above would work. But it is a complete set, and I already have my Cinelli stem (thanks Steve_CO!!!).
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
I've got a set of Soma moustache bars with a 23.8 diameter. Here's a link to Soma's description: 3-Speed Moustache Bar | SOMA Fabrications

I'm not interested in Left Bank bars, but I'm sure we could find something else to trade.
Originally Posted by mountaindave
I could sure use a Left Bank bar. I have a Campy Nuovo Record seatpost in 26.0 and a TTT in 25.8. I polished them both up, but the TTT has some zig-zags below the min-insertion line. Or other stuff.
A moustache bar wasn't what I was expecting, but I am intrigued by the idea. I don't really have a lot of decent, interesting stuff left, maybe we can do a triangular trade?
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Originally Posted by bentaxle
Hi Buellster:
If you look at message 480 above, I have a TA crankset there. It has a single ring at 36 T, but perhaps more importantly, has the adapter to mount any single ring to the TA set. I also have a 32 T shown there, but that is likely smaller than you want, and maybe the 36 T is also too small. But the adapter would allow you to even use your Lamber 42 T if the bolt circles match (I suspect that they do). But if you want 36 T, the above would work. But it is a complete set, and I already have my Cinelli stem (thanks Steve_CO!!!).
Is there anything else you'd be willing to trade for?
I dont have much.
I have a set of sun tour wrap around shifters from a 5 speed. I do also have a set of new sun tour downtube shifters like These . I also have a 2 speed suntour VX front derailur. I have some other parts floating around if you have any specifics.
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Originally Posted by tiredhands
A moustache bar wasn't what I was expecting, but I am intrigued by the idea. I don't really have a lot of decent, interesting stuff left, maybe we can do a triangular trade?
If it works, I'm up for that.
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Originally Posted by tiredhands
A moustache bar wasn't what I was expecting, but I am intrigued by the idea. I don't really have a lot of decent, interesting stuff left, maybe we can do a triangular trade?
Originally Posted by mountaindave
If it works, I'm up for that.


Let's make this happen!
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Great! @mountaindave @Andy_K PM inbound!
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Attention English bike owners!

i have 2 Birmalux seatposts, 26.8 and 27.2

i would like it I could trade one of those for a 25.4 Birmalux post. I have kinda given up the quest for a period 531 clubman frame and just ride the ones I have built.

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