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Old 08-14-23, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by ascherer
French stem, ~60 anyone? Mrs. ascherer's Grand Jubilee mixte has a bit too much reach for her. Can swap the 80 Pivo or I have various stemmage in non-Gallic dimensions.
I think the SR stem is closer to 22 mm diameter and is a likely candidate for you. A bonus is they were also made in a taller version IIRC. Just checked and more like 22.1.

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Originally Posted by sd5782
I think the SR stem is closer to 22 mm diameter and is a likely candidate for you. A bonus is they were also made in a taller version IIRC. Just checked and more like 22.1.
SR stems in general?
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Not sure, but I think I may have read that. I have a couple SR dirt drop style stems that I have mounted. One is on a Canadian manufacturer Peugeot UO 14 and it fit fine. I think the wedge bolt mounting made the diameter a bit less critical. Those were also made in perhaps 50, and 60 mm dirt drop style with longer insertion posts.
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I can use some 144BCD chainrings (52/42 or 52/41). They will go on a Galli crank (a badge engineered Stronglight 106), so Galli branded would be preferred, but any high quality rings would be fine. I do have a 42T Campy SR ring, so technically, I can just get away with a 52T ring. I have stuff to trade: derailleurs, hubs, pedals, brake levers or calipers, wheels (mostly tubular, or hubs unlaced from same). If you have some chainrings I might use and you see something you might use you think would be a useful trade, let me know.













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Cool black Miche pedals ^^^^^
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Cool black Miche pedals ^^^^^
Yeah, opportunistic purchase. They just haven't found their way out of the drawer...
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
I can use some 144BCD chainrings (52/42 or 52/41). They will go on a Galli crank (a badge engineered Stronglight 106), so Galli branded would be preferred, but any high quality rings would be fine. I do have a 42T Campy SR ring, so technically, I can just get away with a 52T ring. I have stuff to trade: derailleurs, hubs, pedals, brake levers or calipers, wheels (mostly tubular, or hubs unlaced from same). If you have some chainrings I might use and you see something you might use you think would be a useful trade, let me know.













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Need Swiss-thread fixed cup

...or a set (I have a Sugino french set so could use that adjustable).
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[QUOTE=VintageSteelEU;22977779]One of my most prized tools, TA and Stronglight crank puller. Other than Suntour freewheel adjusting wrench I think someone makes them on the other side of the Pond/QUOTE]

Steintool out of Prescott, AZ makes both TA and Stronglight compatible crank pullers, and many other great tools for a very reasonable price.
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[QUOTE=gugie;22986038]
Originally Posted by VintageSteelEU
One of my most prized tools, TA and Stronglight crank puller. Other than Suntour freewheel adjusting wrench I think someone makes them on the other side of the Pond/QUOTE]

Steintool out of Prescott, AZ makes both TA and Stronglight compatible crank pullers, and many other great tools for a very reasonable price.
I have one which has TA thread on one side and SL on the other. Nicely machined, though I wish they marked it which side is which Thanks for the link, they do have some good stuff there!
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Right side spindle for 4" Raleigh Block pedal


Rebuildable Raleigh block pedal

During the cleaning and rebuilding process on the Raleigh Superbe I got this winter, I noted that the right side pedal spindle was bent, because the end of the pedal traced a small circle as I unscrewed it, rather than rotating on the spindle axis. I've checked both of my local co-ops, and they didn't have any in the bins. Online prices are anywhere from 1/3 to 3/4 the price of the bike itself for pedals nicer than I would want to use for parts. Does anyone have a less presentable set of the rebuildable style pedals I can use for a spindle? I have other pedal sets I can trade, or I can procure some of the nicer (still patinaed) Lyotard pedals I found languishing in a box of cottered cranks for a spindle that will work.
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^ Nice photography, Unca_Sam. Raleigh meets Rothko meets Magritte.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
^ Nice photography, Unca_Sam. Raleigh meets Rothko meets Magritte.
Thanks, I guess? I get the Rothko (hooray for shadows) but I don't see the Magritte. Anyways, you have any spindles??
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
He made things float in air, like boulders (no pedals, though).
I can see that if I try, but it's just laying on my basement floor.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
I can see that if I try, but it's just laying on my basement floor.
It's always good to let your imagination roam free Or, failing that, just squint every now and then

No Raleigh pedals or axles though, I'm afraid :/
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ISO: Nice cantilever brake set; 14t Hyperglide 8 speed cassette cog (3rd position)

HAVE: All the C&V kibble you crave!!!
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ISO: Shimano ultegra/600 tricolor brifters.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
I can use some 144BCD chainrings (52/42 or 52/41). They will go on a Galli crank (a badge engineered Stronglight 106), so Galli branded would be preferred, but any high quality rings would be fine. I do have a 42T Campy SR ring, so technically, I can just get away with a 52T ring. I have stuff to trade: derailleurs, hubs, pedals, brake levers or calipers, wheels (mostly tubular, or hubs unlaced from same). If you have some chainrings I might use and you see something you might use you think would be a useful trade, let me know.
Skip,
If are still looking, I have a NOS specialized ring in VGC. I can dig it out and let you know the tooth count.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
​​​​​​If you're ever in Seattle, Recycled Cycles has (or had the last time I checked) a half dozen or more sets in one of the glass cases by the shop area in the back. Each set priced around $60.
Next time I'm in Seattle I'll definitely check them out - thanks for the tip! Also ISO: Ultegra or DA 8-speed rear hub in decent shape.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam

Rebuildable Raleigh block pedal

During the cleaning and rebuilding process on the Raleigh Superbe I got this winter, I noted that the right side pedal spindle was bent, because the end of the pedal traced a small circle as I unscrewed it, rather than rotating on the spindle axis. I've checked both of my local co-ops, and they didn't have any in the bins. Online prices are anywhere from 1/3 to 3/4 the price of the bike itself for pedals nicer than I would want to use for parts. Does anyone have a less presentable set of the rebuildable style pedals I can use for a spindle? I have other pedal sets I can trade, or I can procure some of the nicer (still patinaed) Lyotard pedals I found languishing in a box of cottered cranks for a spindle that will work.
Did you find these yet? I have a functional pair that's in about the same condition. There's one nut missing and your rubber blocks looks a little nicer than one of the pedals I have, but... rebuildable. PM me if you're still in need.
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Originally Posted by jethin
ISO: Nice cantilever brake set; 14t Hyperglide 8 speed cassette cog (3rd position)

HAVE: All the C&V kibble you crave!!!
how nice (like Pauls or other boutique cantis, or Shimmy/SunTour)?
and by "set" you want F&R pairs, correct?
But any additional hardware or just complete (4) brake arms?
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Did you find these yet? I have a functional pair that's in about the same condition. There's one nut missing and your rubber blocks looks a little nicer than one of the pedals I have, but... rebuildable. PM me if you're still in need.
Thanks, PM sent. The rubber blocks are 4" long, which I'm learning is important because there are 3½" blocks too, and those spindles won't be long enough.
Edited: I thought I said it in the body of the post, but didn't see it in the quote so I wrote this one. Now I see that I gave the block length in the subject .
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how nice (like Pauls or other boutique cantis, or Shimmy/SunTour)?
and by "set" you want F&R pairs, correct?
But any additional hardware or just complete (4) brake arms?
I guess "quality" would be a better word. My main criteria is that they have good stopping power. A full front+rear set would be great, but I'm willing to work with a partial set and/or to source missing small parts. Modern productions and good brake pads would be a plus, and nice condition/aesthetics never hurt anyone. I don't really care about the brand, as long as the brakes are good quality.

That said the basic Shimanos I have are fine until I find the right replacements. Thanks for the inquiry.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
ISO: late '80s Campy road double
Either of these?

Campagnolo Triple, two doubles, and BB
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
ISO: late '80s Campy road double
I have something off of a late 80’s Bianchi in 52/42. Will need a good polish though. PM your email so I can send pics if you’re interested. Warning: black ano chain rings.
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