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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 08-29-18, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by lacro
Seeking GT 1-1/8" piston stem. Have several mtn bike items to trade.
I have this but one mount bolt is not original. I believe it's from a BMX.
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Have: 60s Frejus Pista frame, 59cm seat tube. Re-primer-ed, has a small dent. Bought it from an antique shop on a whim without a tape measure handy, discovered it's just a bit too small for me. Pics and more details can be found at this CL ad: https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...675533924.html

Want: Pretty open to any offers of quality/interesting components (not really looking for frames or wheels). 90s CNC stuff or XT/XTR would be my preference. The main thing is getting this to someone who can use it, since I can't. I'm in Bay Area but would be happy to ship for the right trade.
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Long shot:

ISO: 700c carbon fork, 1" threaded, with clearance for 700x28's. I'd actually prefer one with canti mounts, but I'm giving up on that. Steerer must be 6 3/4" or more (for a 56cm frame).

I saw an Easton EC70 with canti mounts on ebay. For about 3 minutes.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Long shot:

ISO: 700c carbon fork, 1" threaded, with clearance for 700x28's. I'd actually prefer one with canti mounts, but I'm giving up on that. Steerer must be 6 3/4" or more (for a 56cm frame).

I saw an Easton EC70 with canti mounts on ebay. For about 3 minutes.
https://www.bikenashbar.com/cycling/...ss-fork-ns-cyf
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Open to offers besides another frame

1981 Nishiki pro tour 15
chainstay 17 1/2
top tube 21 1/2
seat tube 20

inches and c-c measured

paint is chipped in places but no where beat up, no dings or dents. Chrome is in great shape.
comes with what you see. Stem, seat post and rack( sized for this frame)

what at do you have?
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Freewheel Removal Tool

Needed: 4 prong single speed remover, Park #6 or equivalent..Have Park #4 for splined freewheels. Lots of other bits and pieces available for trade.
I thought i had all the frewheel tools except the helical Campy... Who knew pople were going to get into ss freewheels? And if they did why wouldn't they get the dang tool?
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Thanks. That's kind of my Plan B. It would give me the clearance I need, for sure. I'm rapidly learning that, for touring, you definitely do what works, not what looks the best.

Does anyone know if a shop would/could cut threads into that type of a steerer, and would the threads be strong enough to use with a threaded headset?
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Thanks. That's kind of my Plan B. It would give me the clearance I need, for sure. I'm rapidly learning that, for touring, you definitely do what works, not what looks the best.

Does anyone know if a shop would/could cut threads into that type of a steerer, and would the threads be strong enough to use with a threaded headset?
Does it have to be carbon? I have a steel threaded fork (I think Surly, not sure) with canti studs. I'd need to dig down to it and check the steerer tube length.
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Anybody got a Weinmann brake lever pivot from a Weinmann 144 lever? Red, black, silver, don't really care because the previous owner drilled out and broke one of the ones I do have.

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I'm sure I've got at least a few new red ones. Let you know tomorrow.
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FOUND. Carry on...

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ISO 122.5 bottom bracket spindle to replace the early 90s deore spindle that I have with a groove worn into it. I have a couple French stems(pivo and bf), some Mafac half hoods in decent condition, some late 80s Suntour mtb derailers.

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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Long shot:

ISO: 700c carbon fork, 1" threaded, with clearance for 700x28's. I'd actually prefer one with canti mounts, but I'm giving up on that. Steerer must be 6 3/4" or more (for a 56cm frame).

I saw an Easton EC70 with canti mounts on ebay. For about 3 minutes.
I actually have something that fits this description, but itís on my bike right now. If you have a steel fork to trade Iíd be down... but itís going on a Columbus sl frame so itís gotta be good quality.

but yeah, Iíve got 25 Vittoria tires on there now and it looks like 28 would probably fit. If anything my brakes would be more of a limiting factor (mirage monoplanar)
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Hi gang,

WTB/ISO Campy 9 speed help and guidance. Need 54t chainring, 12t cog and 28t or hopefully bigger big cog.

Have 30t cog with insert/adapter that I don't trust as it isn't solid when mounted.

Tx, Van
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Does anyone know if a shop would/could cut threads into that type of a steerer, and would the threads be strong enough to use with a threaded headset?
I have one of those forks in my stash and the steer tube is aluminum. Cutting the threads would probably be easy but I wouldn't use a threaded headset on it....
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Replacing all the steel parts on a tange framed tandem with aluminum. ISO a pair of 29.4 seatposts. Silver please. One needs to be pretty long, or both can be. Just looking for a couple simple kalloy or whatever seatposts.
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Originally Posted by Last ride 76
Needed: 4 prong single speed remover, Park #6 or equivalent..Have Park #4 for splined freewheels. Lots of other bits and pieces available for trade.
I thought i had all the frewheel tools except the helical Campy... Who knew pople were going to get into ss freewheels? And if they did why wouldn't they get the dang tool?
Happy Labor Day!
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Are you still looking for this tool? I think I might have one I can send you, I need to check my tool bag.
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Originally Posted by Cl904

I actually have something that fits this description, but itís on my bike right now. If you have a steel fork to trade Iíd be down... but itís going on a Columbus sl frame so itís gotta be good quality.

but yeah, Iíve got 25 Vittoria tires on there now and it looks like 28 would probably fit. If anything my brakes would be more of a limiting factor (mirage monoplanar)
only trade I have is a unicrown Tamge 1 from a 56 cm Ironman
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
only trade I have is a unicrown Tamge 1 from a 56 cm Ironman
I actually decided to put the bike up for sale. Sorry
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ISO 700C 7 speed wheel

I am looking for a inexpensive wheel to mount a trainer tire on to use on my Ironman. I can buy a new freewheel if I find a bare wheel. Something with a worn out brake track will work fine.
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Hey all
looking for a broken 700c Sturmey Archer 3 speed wheel. Well, I'm hoping for a good wheel but I only need the hub case not its internals haha
27" wheel would be just great too.
if its junk to you I'll take it off your hands. Dont have much in trade but am happy to do a reasonable cash deal.
thanks!
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ISO: Specialized "Flag" crankset in 167.5. I have a pair of 175s (sans rings) for trade. Open to trading them for any other higher end 110/74 triple WITHOUT shoulders for the 74mm ring.
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Originally Posted by jethin
ISO two basic 700c road tires for a semi-beater. Maybe you have a pair you donít like laying around? 25c or above width (28 preferred).

HAVE: Parts, beer, bread...
I probably have a set of usable Michelins in 25mm that I can send you for shipping. PM me if you still need them.
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I have a set of Shimano 600 arabesque brakes - They do not have the "barrel adjusters". I believe the brakes will function without the barrel but the bolt locking the brake cable may move within the caliper and I think the cable will bind or fray if it slides around.

I borrowed a barrel adjuster for the photo. I have the bolts with the nuts, just not the barrels (I believe they are called barrels or barrel adjusters). I have included a photo of the front of the brake which shows the adjuster at the lower front and one of the rear of the cailper. Only specific markings I can see (apart from Shimano 600 on front) are Japan and 57 on rear of calipers.

Does anyone have two???
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Need to replace the broken Universal Mod 61 brake lever that broke. One that matches is what I need.

if you have a pair in good shape, i’ll Trade/Buy them both.
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