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Old 03-09-23, 07:26 PM
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Wanted for dumb project: Elevated chain stay mountain frame, preferably suspension corrected if such a thing exists.

Most of the e-stay frame were long gone by the time suspension forks had become common, so not a deal breaker if it's not suspension corrected. Do not want something nice at all, as it will receive stupid modifications. 22" top tube would be about right, maybe 19" frame give or take.

Have to trade an Nishiki Alien e-stay frame that is way too big for me. It's not perfect, but also a little too nice to do dumb things to. It is 130mm spaced 7spd, would need a 135mm frame for the project as well.

Also have all manner of vintage mountain stuff for trade. 1" suspension forks, normal suspension forks, 26" rigid forks, just lots of forks. Some more universal parts, Suntour freewheels, Accushift stuff, Canti brakes etc. Tons of racks, bags and panniers at the moment too.

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I'm looking for a Bendix red-band dustcap, the one that goes behind the sprocket. Also some Brooks rubber bar-ends, preferably in black. Anyone have these things laying around? Let me know what you're looking for!
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looking for Torpado Super light frame set 58mm let me know if you see one thanks
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
I *have* a bolt that has a 10mm shoulder, non-knurled head.
I *NEED* a bolt that has a 6mm shoulder, and no slotted round nut on the backside. Don't care if it has knurled head or not.
Heck, I don't even care if it is a Suntour bolt, so if you know of a suitable alternative, let me know.
Would a 4mm spacer under the head of the existing bolt work?

If so pm me.
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40 hole rear mountain bike hub

40 hole rear mountain bike hub. More modern variety, disc capable.

Got one of these you can't use, don't want or shouldn't own? Send a PM, tnxs.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
I'm trying to gather up a few misc bits for the next build.
Working with an early Suntour Cyclone rear derailleur, which came with the wrong upper pivot bolt.
I *have* a bolt that has a 10mm shoulder, non-knurled head.
I *NEED* a bolt that has a 6mm shoulder, and no slotted round nut on the backside. Don't care if it has knurled head or not.
Heck, I don't even care if it is a Suntour bolt, so if you know of a suitable alternative, let me know.
Will trade straight across, buy outright, trade for other parts, whatever.



Hello,
I think I have what you are looking for. The mounting bolt from a first generation Cyclone. Iíll get pix to you as soon as I get to a computer.
Cheers,
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The only thing I could use as a trade is a cable stop that bolts on a downtube shifter boss. Something simple would be fine. Don't need one with an adjuster.
PM me your address & I'll get this in the mail.
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What widths do you need?

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Originally Posted by hazetguy
Thanks Van. I updated my pic with more dimensions. If that is what you have, I'm interested. I think I have cable stops. Will send a PM.

I guess I didn't realize (or forgot) there could be different widths. Pic updated with other dimensions.

Thanks for the help!
I have three that are 6mm deep, but 12/16 wide. Sorry.
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Originally Posted by squirtdad
looking for Torpado Super light frame set 58mm let me know if you see one thanks
58mm is miniature size for dollhouses lol. We all know you mean 58cm
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Looking for a full or half set of Shimano 600 cantilever brakes. I've got a 1/2 a Coop worth of bike junk in the garbage for possible trades. 3 long Cinelli stems are on top of the what to do with pile.

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Seeking two things:
  • 72 spoke nipple washers that don't have to come from the UK, France, or any other place where the shipping for $10 of washers is $20 bucks. This is for that '57 Triumph Princess I'm doing for a local friend.
  • Again, for a local C&V'er: This fellow has a 1980's Campagnolo headset minus the correct crown race. It's wider and squatter than Nuovo/Super. Anyone know what will fit and have one to spare? I've seen a few on eBay that I believe are a match, but would like to at least know in advance if we're looking at the right ones.
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looks like a Chorus headset
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Originally Posted by cudak888
Seeking two things:
  • 72 spoke nipple washers that don't have to come from the UK, France, or any other place where the shipping for $10 of washers is $20 bucks.
Your picture showed Sapim spoke washers. I'd check with Marcus Moore at Yojimbo's Garage (yojimbo.chicago@gmail.com) to see if he can fix you up. I've purchased Sapim spokes from him a few times. I imagine he could get some washers in his next order from whoever his distributor is.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Your picture showed Sapim spoke washers. I'd check with Marcus Moore at Yojimbo's Garage (yojimbo.chicago@gmail.com) to see if he can fix you up. I've purchased Sapim spokes from him a few times. I imagine he could get some washers in his next order from whoever his distributor is.
Thanks! Will check with him.

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Wanted - french front mech with cable stop (nice one)

Also posted in the buy & sell section, so I have money as well as bits (many bits, oh so many...) to trade.

Wanted - an alloy body front derailleur either Simplex SJ102 or 103, or Huret Rival or Hi-stepper.
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Hey Skip I have exactly one of these in pretty decent shape. If you haven't found one yet let me know and I will PM you some pics.

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I have a pair of Fiamme Red label tubular rims (36H). One has a couple dents. I would like to find a replacement. (This is for my low budget Automoto build and will be mated to some FB hubs.) The labels look like this one nicked from Velobase:



I've got stuff to trade. Interested in a pair of Wolber anodized Arc en Ciel rims, Sugino crank (165 or 171), or ...? I can probably dredge up more trading material.
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Hey Skip I have exactly one of these in pretty decent shape. If you haven't found one yet let me know and I will PM you some pics.
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Thanks Larry. I think I'm all set. (I'd better be. I just finished lacing them up this morning. )
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Have: Two Sturmey RD3 rotary 3-speed internal assembilies.



Want: Two internal Sturmey SRF-3 assembilies.
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Have: Two Sturmey RD3 rotary 3-speed internal assembilies.

Want: Two internal Sturmey SRF-3 assembilies.
you donít ever rent out this particular spanner?
https://www.sturmey-archer.com/en/pr.../detail/htr145
Iím unable- so far- to get the bearing ring of my 2spd S-A hub. Waiting to see if my LBS has the tool.
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you donít ever rent out this particular spanner?
https://www.sturmey-archer.com/en/pr.../detail/htr145
Iím unable- so far- to get the bearing ring of my 2spd S-A hub. Waiting to see if my LBS has the tool.
I don't even have that spanner, much less have one to rent.

I'm only partially embarrassed to admit I use the old fashioned punch-and-hammer method, even on the new ones. The new ones usually loosen up quicker too, so marks are minimal, if any.

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ISO A NOS Shimano 6208 crankset for my 1987 Schwinn Super Sport. Its the last piece/component needed to complete resto. Also, I'm looking for a NOS Shimano 6208 6 speed cassette that will give me a big gear...24T or maybe 28T? Name your price! Dr. Cannondale! What type of cassette am I looking for? Is it a uniglide or ?

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ISO A NOS Shimano 6208 crankset for my 1987 Schwinn Super Sport. Its the last piece/component needed to complete resto. Also, I'm looking for a NOS Shimano 6208 6 speed cassette that will give me a big gear...24T or maybe 28T? Name your price! Dr. Cannondale! What type of cassette am I looking for? Is it a uniglide or ?
Not Dr. Cannondale, but I'll give this one a shot.

Shimano says that Hyperglide was introduced with Deore XT (M732 series) in 1987. But I think the 600/Ultegra 6200-series predates the introduction of Hyperglide. Not sure when Hyperglide was introduced into that product line, if ever.

In any case, if you're looking for a 6-speed cassette I'm fairly sure that would be Uniglide. I believe Hyperglide was introduced at 7-speed; I don't think Shimano ever made 6-speed Hyperglide cassettes (I could be wrong).
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Never seen a 6 speed HG cassette, would assume that an 87 Super Sport would be using a freewheel, not a freehub/cassette.
At least, all of the ones I've owned have been equipped with a freewheel.
If it is indeed a cassette, safe to assume it would be UG, like the DA hub of the same model year.
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ISO First gen DuraAce

ISO a few clean parts for a first generation DuraAce build:
  • Headset - English threads, UA100(?), black ideally but silver is ok
  • Seatpost - 27.2mm - something appropriate for a first gen DuraAce build. Doesn't look to me to be a specific DuraAce seat post at that time.
  • Down tube shifters - I have a nice silver DuraAce set (NOS?) but would like to have them in black. Here are a couple of pictures of the set I have:
Shimano clamp on shifters by bj.stevens, on Flickr.

Shimano clamp on shifters by bj.stevens, on Flickr

Thanks.

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I could be interested in those silver DA shifters…just mentioning…
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