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Old 02-01-23, 02:02 PM
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I just remembered I picked up an old Dia Compe set (note the red label but not “Drop Forged and the grey tint) getting two 750s for my Fuji and one came with this cable stop contraption, it mounts between the bolt and backplate. Roller and cable adjuster, oddity!


They thought about stopping the bolt head from rotating. Nice idea. Well, I guess there's nothing new under the sun, we're just creating new iterations of old stuff
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hey ehcoplex, that pic with the cable going through the to of the Nitto stem……


How is that bell attached?
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hey ehcoplex, that pic with the cable going through the to of the Nitto stem……


How is that bell attached?
Robvolz , I pulled that picture from a Rene Herse blog post, so I don't have direct knowledge. IIRC, it was one of Jan Heine's bikes- my guess is he had the Nitto drilled and tapped- I seem to recall maybe there was a BQ bit, or another blog post somewhere about doing it. I've thought about doing it on a couple of my rides that have Nittos....
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Big discussion on the frame builders forum on the intelligence of drilling a stem. Some say instant death, others say they do it all day.
I hate the look of most stem clamps, I might give it a try.
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Originally Posted by Robvolz
Big discussion on the frame builders forum on the intelligence of drilling a stem. Some say instant death, others say they do it all day.
I hate the look of most stem clamps, I might give it a try.
The truth is probably somewhere in the middle. I wouldn't be at all surprised if it creates a stress riser in some stems, that will eventually crack.
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Originally Posted by shoota
The truth is probably somewhere in the middle. I wouldn't be at all surprised if it creates a stress riser in some stems, that will eventually crack.
I'm somebody who has "done it all day" and never had a stem fail due to that hole and countersink drilled.
So I surmise (and have not had UL testing done) that there is very little critical stress in that part of a typical quill stem, that gives rise to any real and present danger...stress riser or not.
But...YMMV
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It's not vintage but it's a good wheel. Tire is a 700x 32C Continental Touring Plus. If there is a better forum to offer parts for free then please advise. I have this listed on cl but I will gladly gift it to any Bike Forums member who wants it for their own use. Please send a dm to arrange pickup.
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ISO Cyclone FD & RD...

Yeah, I know there are plenty on eBay, but just figured I'd ask here first... Looking for a F & R Suntour Cyclone derailleur set, ideally the earlier version, GT rear.. Crusty and dusty is fine, as long as working/all there. Thx!

edit- found a set.

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ISO - Road pedals. English threaded. Platform, SPD or combo. Low - mid end preferred. Cosmetics not a concern. Hoping to locate 2-3 pairs in all.

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ISO - Road pedals. English threaded. Platform, SPD or combo. Low - mid end preferred. Cosmetics not a concern. Hoping to locate 2-3 pairs in all.

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Have several. PM me some preferences. They will likely be pretty darn cheap.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
ISO - Road pedals. English threaded. Platform, SPD or combo. Low - mid end preferred. Cosmetics not a concern. Hoping to locate 2-3 pairs in all.

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pretty sure I have a pair of "combo" that fit this description. I'll try to remember to find them and snap pix, they will certainly have "low-mid cosmetics", IIRC.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Have several. PM me some preferences. They will likely be pretty darn cheap.
Perfect. I have two projects (one keeper, one not) that need exactly that.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
ISO - Road pedals. English threaded. Platform, SPD or combo. Low - mid end preferred. Cosmetics not a concern. Hoping to locate 2-3 pairs in all.

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Have several. PM me some preferences. They will likely be pretty darn cheap.
Same as ‘dawg. He’ll probably come through for you but if you still need something happy to help.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
pretty sure I have a pair of "combo" that fit this description. I'll try to remember to find them and snap pix, they will certainly have "low-mid cosmetics", IIRC.
I also have a perfect spot for another combo pair. (I have two or three so far, and I love them almost as much as bar-cons.)
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
Same as ‘dawg. He’ll probably come through for you but if you still need something happy to help.
Appreciated. Will definitely keep that in mind.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Perfect. I have two projects (one keeper, one not) that need exactly that.
SPD or SPD SL?
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
SPD or SPD SL?
Prefer SPD.
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Prefer SPD.






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Preference is these two pair. pm me with further details.
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I would like these if possible.
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I would like these if possible.
What continent would I have to ship them to!
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What continent would I have to ship them to!
Good ole' Norte America...
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maybe there's someone out there who bought a brooks imperial and didn't like it and would want to trade for a basically-new Brooks B17 or C13?
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Hey all, I'm looking for the right side of a vintage silver Blackburn lowrider rack (pictured). I, unfortunately, lost mine in an accident recently, and it didn't survive my bending it back into shape. There are a few relevant eBay listings, but they're very expensive and include more than just the right side I'm looking for. If anyone has one in un-damaged condition they'd like to get rid of, feel free to reach out. I'm willing to buy or trade, but I don't have much of value to trade for.

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