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Old 11-10-22, 06:02 PM
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WTB a single used but decent Mavic MA2 32h 700c rim. Also looking for a 27 X 1-1/4 Rigida 36h black label aluminum rim.
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ISO very good 45-tooth Pro 5 vis Cyclotouriste outer chain ring. Can trade a VG (or better) 49 tooth outer or 46 tooth inner/middle. I ran a 49/46 half-step but never really used the 49 in this flatland.
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Old 11-13-22, 05:36 PM
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Originally Posted by EVlove
Posting at the same time. Exactly. Does anybody know if a Brooks clamp would work? I got a type 80 from the same seller that did come with its clamp, thank goodness, because as it turns out it doesn't follow the Brooks "standard." The rails aren't even parallel.
Yes, you can make a Brooks clamp work for any two-rail saddle. It doesn't matter if the rails aren't spaced exactly right or if they aren't parallel; they are springs. They will do what you want then to do though it may take a little persuasion. You may have to fiddle and futz to assemble the clamp with a poorly fitting saddle. The trick is to get all the parts together on the saddle with the post one place. If the rails don't seat properly, start tightening the nuts anyway, and you'll see when you have to force one rail or another to behave. Adjust it where you want it before you tighten it. And when you have it where you want it, tighten the **** out of it.

I may actually have an Idéale clamp for a double rail saddle.... I will go look.
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I may actually have an Idéale clamp for a double rail saddle.... I will go look.
Much appreciated but I think I'll just get a generic clamp then and crank it down as you suggested. Was simply hesitating to do that as it seemed there had to be a better way.

As mentioned, it's unlikely that the saddle will see much use, and at any rate it will be atop the Zizzo. No need to be period correct.
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Originally Posted by philbob57
ISO very good 45-tooth Pro 5 vis Cyclotouriste outer chain ring. Can trade a VG (or better) 49 tooth outer or 46 tooth inner/middle. I ran a 49/46 half-step but never really used the 49 in this flatland.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
Just found these in my stash. The same thing?

OK, never afraid to admit my ignorance: what are they?

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Originally Posted by SquireBlack
OK, never afraid to admit my ignorance: what are they?

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Very posh cigarette holders.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
Very posh cigarette holders.
Oui - et ils sont français aussi !
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ISO:

Suntour XC pedals that won't break the bank.

Will consider XC-II bear traps, but preference given to more conventional designs like XC Pro, XC Comp, XX 9000, etc. Black cages are a requirement and preference given to pairs not missing their dust caps. If the spindles are black, all the better! Should spin nicely or else be serviceable. Cosmetic condition not too important. "Rider quality" is fine.


Can purchase via PayPal or offer potential trades.​​​​​
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Originally Posted by Dirt Road Blues
ISO:

Suntour XC pedals that won't break the bank.

Will consider XC-II bear traps, but preference given to more conventional designs like XC Pro, XC Comp, XX 9000, etc. Black cages are a requirement and preference given to pairs not missing their dust caps. If the spindles are black, all the better! Should spin nicely or else be serviceable. Cosmetic condition not too important. "Rider quality" is fine.


Can purchase via PayPal or offer potential trades.​​​​​
Pretty sure you know this may a big ask and likely not cheap or reasonable.

Ifn I was you, I would get some MKS BM7's for place holders and ride on.

They are plenty correct and a set you could have for the rest of your days.
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Originally Posted by Dirt Road Blues
ISO:

Suntour XC pedals that won't break the bank.

Will consider XC-II bear traps, but preference given to more conventional designs like XC Pro, XC Comp, XX 9000, etc. Black cages are a requirement and preference given to pairs not missing their dust caps. If the spindles are black, all the better! Should spin nicely or else be serviceable. Cosmetic condition not too important. "Rider quality" is fine.


Can purchase via PayPal or offer potential trades.​​​​​
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Not mine, and I don't know if you'd consider this "break the bank" or not - but would these work?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/155043018184

"Make Offer" is enabled in the listing. S/H seems quite reasonable. They appear to be in Portland, OR.

Disclaimer: I don't know the vendor from Adam (or Eve), and have never done business with them. But they appear to have been around for a while (nearly 21 years on eBay) and have a fairly good track record (99.7% positive feedback).

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^^^^^^ And, based on the seller name, might well be a member here....
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Originally Posted by madpogue
^^^^^^ And, based on the seller name, might well be a member here....
I saw that; it's entirely possible, but I don't know one way or the other. So I didn't want to assume.

Because assume sometimes ends up reading "ass-u-me".
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Hoping to find for a wheel build for my wife's 1991 Raleigh Technium Team.

Silver-ish 700c 36 hole rims with intact braking surfaces and in decent condition. I'd prefer something with double wall construction. Hoping someone has something a step above the generic Weinmann and Araya offerings, yet not bank-breakers.

PM me with what you might have.
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Originally Posted by merziac

Ifn I was you, I would get some MKS BM7's for place holders and ride on.
Those would certainly make a good placeholder if I didn't already have pair of deore xt for that purpose. If only I wasn't such a Suntour snob, I could be totally happy with the Shimano.

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@Dirt Road Blues

Not mine, and I don't know if you'd consider this "break the bank" or not - but would these work?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/155043018184
Thanks. I did see those. But since they're missing the dust caps they're a no go for me. The project will serve as a winter commuter once it's finished. Otherwise I'd definitely consider them.


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^^^^^^ And, based on the seller name, might well be a member here....
Either way, I've purchased from that seller on eBay before and had a positive experience.
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Originally Posted by Dirt Road Blues
Those would certainly make a good placeholder if I didn't already have pair of deore xt for that purpose. If only I wasn't such a Suntour snob, I could be totally happy with the Shimano.



Thanks. I did see those. But since they're missing the dust caps they're a no go for me. The project will serve as a winter commuter once it's finished. Otherwise I'd definitely consider them.




Either way, I've purchased from that seller on eBay before and had a positive experience.
Assuming we're talking about vintage? like 735's.

Well I get it and your not wrong but the Deore's aren't placeholders for anything IMO, the MKS's could stay forever if need be and be an upgrade from most anything, again IMO.

I have had a couple of sets of Deore's that had not lived a hard life at all, neither ended up being worth the trouble to teardown and try to revive.

Cages were to flimsy and beat up to bother with and have never impressed me anyway, most of the screws were half frozen, stripped or broken from being to small and whimpy, yet again, IMO. ​​​​​​​
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Originally Posted by Dirt Road Blues
Thanks. I did see those. But since they're missing the dust caps they're a no go for me. The project will serve as a winter commuter once it's finished. Otherwise I'd definitely consider them.
Sorry - missed the fact that the dustcaps were absent on those.

FWIW: there were several other pair of "beartrap"-style XC's (various models, if I recall correctly) for sale on eBay yesterday - some pricey, some semi-reasonable. But I didn't look at those.
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ISO - 650A / 26 x 1 3/8 / EA3 / ISO 590 polished rims

I think I covered all of the varied names for that size!

I'm hoping to put some alloy rims on my Superbe that I actually use as a rainy-day commuter and guest bike (both scenarios where braking performance is worth having), but also want to maintain the look as best I can. I know CR18s used to come in a polished finish in this size, but it would seem that is no longer the case.

If anyone has any 36h polished CR18s (or similar) in ISO 590 kicking around that they'd like to make a buck off of, let me know!

(I am in Canada, but could probably bug a friend in Rochester to ferry these for me if needed)
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Originally Posted by SalemCycles
I think I covered all of the varied names for that size!

I'm hoping to put some alloy rims on my Superbe that I actually use as a rainy-day commuter and guest bike (both scenarios where braking performance is worth having), but also want to maintain the look as best I can. I know CR18s used to come in a polished finish in this size, but it would seem that is no longer the case.

If anyone has any 36h polished CR18s (or similar) in ISO 590 kicking around that they'd like to make a buck off of, let me know!

(I am in Canada, but could probably bug a friend in Rochester to ferry these for me if needed)
I sold a set of those to another forum member earlier this year. Universal Cycles lists them as “out of stock” but you can create an account and add them to your wishlist. Alternately, there are some listed on the ‘bay.
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Take your pick! Th Araya is laced into a rear hub and drilled for Schrader tube. The no name one is 20mm wide while the others are all 18mm. Open pro, Mistral, no name, and Araya pics:

These all should work unless yo want something wider in profile
They will all need a bit of polishing with something like Simichrome. The last one I shipped was about $25 in a secure box. Wooden sides and cardboard top and bottom. The whole wheel is a question for shipping costs. Smiles, CrapMaster Honk
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
I sold a set of those to another forum member earlier this year. Universal Cycles lists them as “out of stock” but you can create an account and add them to your wishlist. Alternately, there are some listed on the ‘bay.
Thank you! I've signed up for the restock notification, but a shop in Montreal that carries a range of CR18s told me SUN doesn't make the polished 590s anymore. I've reached out to Universal to see if they expect a restock. Unfortunately, none on the 'Bay that I'm seeing right now.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Assuming we're talking about vintage? like 735's.
730's. Part of a '87 groupset that I pulled off a Cimarron.
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Originally Posted by Dirt Road Blues
730's. Part of a '87 groupset that I pulled off a Cimarron.


Ah, so my bad. Those are the older, way more robust real deal. Don't think I have ever had a set of those, they are now on my radar.

As usual, should have looked before I leaped.

I would still get some BM7's in stock, well, because.
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ISO CAMPAGNOLO Superleggeri pedal parts

I need the washer and lock nut and of course the cap for only one of the pair.
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@ me or PM.

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