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Old 02-16-23, 12:58 PM
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Preference is these two pair. pm me with further details.
To spare us the hassle of emailing (cannot attach pix into the C&V PMs) Here are two pairs that I dug up and have offered to USAZorro for coverage of shipping.
But if he rejects them (or either one pair) anybody else who wants what's left you get the same deal: FREE if you pay for shipping.
Sad to report the two are just a little too bulky to both fit in a small-flat-rate USPS box...dammit, Jim!



Crusty? oh Yes! but they all spin Okay and they should also be rebuildable, if you want to fill your days with tiny ball bearings.

EDIT: these are both GONE to USAZorro, thanks!

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exercise bike seat.
Price of shipping.

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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Preference is these two pair. pm me with further details.
Here are the 38cm bars I was talking about...

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That is an old schwinn bicycle I have 1 like that. Free to anyone that comes to get it. zip 37129
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North Roads

Hey All,

Wanting to see what is out there on BF in the way of vintage steel North Road bars. Would prefer the ones which came on older American bikes from the 60-70’s. Good chrome please.

I have lots of drop bars or such to trade for them.

Thanks for considering!

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I'm looking for a 7700 right (9-speed) shifter (brake/shifter) if anyone has one. Mine's kaput...
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Looking for Super Maxy left crankarm

To match this (170mm):


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Grips…

Okay,

Lets try something a little more easier.

Want: hard rubber grips from American bikes. Colours of brown, white or black preferred. No Hunt Wilde pls. Aged from the 60-70’s would be great.

Trade: lots of stuff!

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ISO Ultegra Front wheel

Hi folks,

ISO Shimano Ultegra 6500 front wheel that has a 700C silver boxed rim with either 32 or 36 spokes. Doesn’t need to pristine, but I’d like one in decent shape. For trade, I have an “Aero” Shimano Ultegra (6700?) front wheel that was part of my compensation for servicing and repairing a neighbor’s bike. It has 16 straight pull spokes in a radial pattern. The rim is labeled “Shimano Ultegra”. There is also a small label saying “Shimano Wheel Technology, 15 X 622”. The bearings are smooth and it looks true, but I haven’t checked it on the truing stand. A few minor scratches, but the brake surface is very good. It weighs ~800 grams with skewer & rim strip. See pix for visual details. I would also consider a wheel with a Tri-color hub that’s VGC.

If you would like additional info or pix, please email me.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Want: hard rubber grips from American bikes. Colours of brown, white or black preferred. No Hunt Wilde pls. Aged from the 60-70’s would be great.
Might have an excellent used set of black grips, plus a NOS set. Will check and report back.

Trade for: find me a Mclean Silk Hope in 54-ish from your neck of the NC woods, then facilitate my purchase.
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Originally Posted by diomekes
I'm looking for a 7700 right (9-speed) shifter (brake/shifter) if anyone has one. Mine's kaput...
If it's just not grabbing on the upshift, soak it in some WD or PB blaster. Those things never really give up, usually they just get gummed up and pawls stop engaging. I'd be willing to bet that you can bring it back with and hour of soaking. Even a good degreaser would probably work wonders.
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Originally Posted by krakhaus
If it's just not grabbing on the upshift, soak it in some WD or PB blaster. Those things never really give up, usually they just get gummed up and pawls stop engaging. I'd be willing to bet that you can bring it back with and hour of soaking. Even a good degreaser would probably work wonders.
At first is wasn't shifting into the smallest cog (no matter what I tried), so I finally took it in along with a headset issue. The headset's great, the shifter is worse than when I got it, it's not retracting after pressing the lever. I'm just gonna try a different one to see if it works. I've got one lined up, hopefully it works out! Maybe I'll try to fix the one I have some day...
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ISO:

Atom or French threaded 14 - 28T 5 speed freewheel in nice condition.
T.A. single clamp water bottle cage ( Competition? ).
Lyotard 460D pedals with 9/16 threads.
Mafac Competion brake set.


I have a few items that might be of interest:

Pivo 90 mm stem with 37 cm handlebars, as new from 1970 Gitane TDF.
Sugino Mighty Comp. crank set as new. 52 /44T chainrings, 171 mm arm length.
Dia Compe brake levers, shrivelled gum hoods otherwise new.
KKT Pro Vic II road pedals like new.
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Originally Posted by VintageRide
ISO:

Atom or French threaded 14 - 28T 5 speed freewheel in nice condition.
T.A. single clamp water bottle cage ( Competition? ).
Lyotard 460D pedals with 9/16 threads.
Mafac Competion brake set.


I have a few items that might be of interest:

Pivo 90 mm stem with 37 cm handlebars, as new from 1970 Gitane TDF.
Sugino Mighty Comp. crank set as new. 52 /44T chainrings, 171 mm arm length.
Dia Compe brake levers, shrivelled gum hoods otherwise new.
KKT Pro Vic II road pedals like new.
Check your pm.
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ISO / Wanted / Needed
Pair of Suntour Superbe brake pad holders and the guides.
Condition of pads is irrelevant, as they are going to be replaced anyway.
Will also consider an entire orphan caliper with holders if that's how you prefer to sell.
Shipping to NC.
Thanks

I'm pretty sure I have a set, of brake pads that is. I'll dig them up and PM a pic later.
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Originally Posted by brian3069
I'm pretty sure I have a set, of brake pads that is. I'll dig them up and PM a pic later.
If brian's don't crop up or pan out I think I have a pair myself.
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Originally Posted by oneclick
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ISO: 22.0mm seatpost for an old Peugeot mixte. Steel is fine; doesn't need to be pristine. TIA!
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Looking for a silver, 36h, qr, 126mm (or maybe 120) rear hub.

It’s going on an early 80s Japanese MTB if that narrows it down so Euro stuff wouldn’t fit the mojo. I’m looking for a sturdy girl, not a sexy one….

Alternately, if there is something available new I’m not aware of please let me know.
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
Looking for a silver, 36h, qr, 126mm (or maybe 120) rear hub.

It’s going on an early 80s Japanese MTB if that narrows it down so Euro stuff wouldn’t fit the mojo. I’m looking for a sturdy girl, not a sexy one….

Alternately, if there is something available new I’m not aware of please let me know.
If you're up for doing a little work (and finding an axle set) I have a bare shell with a combo UG/HG cassette body installed Shimano Exage hub, good innards, matches your specs (it's 36 hole and most likely was 126 when had an axle/spacers) and with a QR axle it'll be QR.
Yours for cost of shipping.
Might be too much work for the payoff, but I just came across it this afternoon and thought: "now what am I gonna do with this?"
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
Looking for a silver, 36h, qr, 126mm (or maybe 120) rear hub.

It’s going on an early 80s Japanese MTB if that narrows it down so Euro stuff wouldn’t fit the mojo. I’m looking for a sturdy girl, not a sexy one….

Alternately, if there is something available new I’m not aware of please let me know.
https://velo-orange.com/collections/...heel-hub-126mm
$88 thread on freewheel.
- mostly the stuff I get from V-O is fine. I've not had any of their handlebars break on me. So far. I bought a spendy crankset from them that cracked after less than 6k miles over 2 years - they said it's a 1 year warranty. They did offer to sell me new crank arms.... at more than half the price of a new crankset. So generous. At some point in my life I'll quit holding a grudge, but not today.
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
Looking for a silver, 36h, qr, 126mm (or maybe 120) rear hub.

It’s going on an early 80s Japanese MTB if that narrows it down so Euro stuff wouldn’t fit the mojo. I’m looking for a sturdy girl, not a sexy one….

Alternately, if there is something available new I’m not aware of please let me know.
With re-spacing (via removal of NDS spacers), these would "fit the bill" if HG/UG is acceptable:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/314100646446 (Exage, FH-HG50 w/Skewer, 130mm re-spaceable by removing a single NDS spacer, w/skewer, NOS)

https://www.ebay.com/itm/195094364558 (Exage, hub set, HB-HG50 front and 135mm FH-HG20 rear, re-spaceable by removing 1 or 2 NDS spacers, no skewers, NOS). Version linked shows 2 NDS spacers on the rear hub, but some were sold with a single larger spacer.

The HG20 and HG50 appear virtually identical; as I recall, the only differences were that one has an axle with full-length threading while the other doesn't, plus the HG20 has the model number embossed into the NDS dust cover vice on a hub barrel sticker. I'm fairly sure the HG50 was also sold in 126mm. So re-spacing either should be fine.

Didn't find much besides VO for freewheel in NOS 126mm.

For 120mm, this is available:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/285150008426 (Suntour, w/skewer, 120mm freewheel hub, NOS)

Lots of 120mm and 126mm available used.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
If you're up for doing a little work (and finding an axle set) I have a bare shell with a combo UG/HG cassette body installed Shimano Exage hub, good innards, matches your specs (it's 36 hole and most likely was 126 when had an axle/spacers) and with a QR axle it'll be QR.
Yours for cost of shipping.
Might be too much work for the payoff, but I just came across it this afternoon and thought: "now what am I gonna do with this?"
That should work. The hub that came with the bike is a fixie and other than the shell everything is good. PM-ing…
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
That should work. The hub that came with the bike is a fixie and other than the shell everything is good. PM-ing…
RJ,
I have a 130 axle sitting on the workbench with both cones and washers and a spacer, You will need a couple of over nuts for the axle if it will help. Lemme know, MH
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
RJ,
I have a 130 axle sitting on the workbench with both cones and washers and a spacer, You will need a couple of over nuts for the axle if it will help. Lemme know, MH
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