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Old 08-07-23, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Classtime
This was on Raleigh Competition I picked up for the saddle:

I didnít have a T.A. Puller so I planned to go to the co-op, pull the cranks, and put the DS in my parts bin. Well, the co-op didnít have a TA puller, so I bought one and now Iím committed to this crankset with the matching BB.

Looking for NDS 170mm crank in any condition CHEAP. It doesnít have to look this nice.

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, I got mine from a company manufacturing them in Poland and got to say I have to check if they make regular ones, very good quality.
Anyhow, I don't have NDS TA crank arm, the only crankarms I have that are not in use or to be used are some random heavy steel hybrid / city bike ones. What I wanted to say though is that you have a very nice find here! Looking at the chainrings, they seem to have had very little use. And I like the three-armed spider.
Huret Success (or Challenger?) FD looks a bit tired though and that chrome will come off when you start cleaning it (not that there's any other choice), but these are pretty good. I absolutely love the fact that you can take them nearly completely apart and clean them. At least I could do that with mine, evertyhing was using either screws or C-clips (or E-clips, whatever you call them). A bit of a pain in the backside to put everything back together.
I've seen these paired with Huret Titane RD, which is pretty decent and again, can be taken apart. I really wish more derailleurs were designed this way...
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ISO: 3ttt Record Evian stem and GB "map" handlebars

Hi folks, I acquired a '73 Raleigh RRA frame and am looking for a 3ttt Record stem and the GB Ventoux handlebars to match. These bars are easy to spot as they have the map of England engraved on them. The catch here is that the stem has to be a 25.4 size rather than the standard 3ttt size of 26.0, in order to mate the bars. The ones you usually see with this size are often engraved "Evian"

Let me know if you have anything like that

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Originally Posted by Classtime
This was on Raleigh Competition I picked up for the saddle:



I didnít have a T.A. Puller so I planned to go to the co-op, pull the cranks, and put the DS in my parts bin. Well, the co-op didnít have a TA puller, so I bought one and now Iím committed to this crankset with the matching BB.

Looking for NDS 170mm crank in any condition CHEAP. It doesnít have to look this nice.

I don't see any identifying marks on this NDS arm but it is 170....
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Looks nice, and I am thinking about it. If there were two (or 3 or 4) saddles, it would be an easier decision.
How about four or five? All Avocet.
  1. Touring, poor shape, headed for trash
  2. Touring I, scuff and accomanying small hole but still okay shape
  3. Touring I, scuff but still okay shape
  4. Racing, nice shape
  5. Racing I, nice shape
  6. *edit* just found a third Touring I, slightly better shape than the other two.
I need misc Japanese, French, Iatalian bits. If you want any or all of these saddles suggest a trade, something you think you wont use.

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Originally Posted by Insidious C.
Avocet ... Racing ... suggest a trade.
32h Tri-color rear hub and 12-24t 8-speed cassette?

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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
32h Tri-color rear hub and 12-24t 8-speed cassette?

Thanks. Was responding to USAZoro's ISO. Let's give him a chance to reply.
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Originally Posted by Insidious C.
How about four or five? All Avocet.
  1. Touring, poor shape, headed for trash
  2. Touring I, scuff and accomanying small hole but still okay shape
  3. Touring I, scuff but still okay shape
  4. Racing, nice shape
  5. Racing I, nice shape
  6. *edit* just found a third Touring I, slightly better shape than the other two.
I need misc Japanese, French, Iatalian bits. If you want any or all of these saddles suggest a trade, something you think you wont use.

I'm interested in the Touring I's. I have no Italian or French stuff, unless one counts a couple MAFAC calipers and a set of levers, some Huret and Simplex derailleurs (unfortunately not much, run-of-the-mill, and not in the greatest shape), or a more modern Modolo stem. PM me with the sort of things you'd be interested in.
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ISO a Bruce Gordon Rock n Road frame between 54 and 56cm, if anyone has one they don't feel like they get the chance to live enough and would like to pass it on, I'm willing to pay the going rate or a bit higher. Regrettably I was too young during his tenure to order one. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by danarello
@ JohnDThompson,
I did a quick search on Craig's List and called my LBS. No luck searching for a 1 inch (25.4mm) seatpost. I'll have to wait for a lucky opportunity.
I bought an 25.4mm UNO 602 on Amazon last week for an old Raleigh. $18. I chose this one because of the 24mm offset, which I needed for this too-small bike. I got a tip recently that acetone can remove the ink label. Naphtha didn't work. One other tip, when I got the package it showed the seatpost comes in different lengths, although they may be hard to find. Mine was 350mm, which is probably ~twice as long as I needed.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
As I'm doing my glacial plowing through several non-keepers that I've accumulated, I find that I could use a few generic saddles. I'm not looking for Brooks-ish leather, but if someone has 2, 3 or 4 in the spirit of Avocet, or Avocet knock-offs, I certainly could use them. I have an eclectic assemblage of parts to trade, or barring that, I have a small allowance for such things.

Muchos Gracias.

<edit> To be clear, I'm not looking for an Avocet specifically. I am looking for saddles of that era with a leather-like covering. For that matter, resembling another maker's saddle isn't disqualifying. Generic and undamaged is my goal as these are going on bikes I have acquired, but wish to pass along to new homes as ready-to-ride. My objective is to accomplish this with minimal loss to alleviate overcrowding.
USAZ,
It looks like there is gonna be extra room in the box. Any other bits of "Crap" you want in this box before it goes to the post office. PM with your shopping list (and NO! there isn't any free Campy stuff around here). Smiles, MH

Closest fit I found for a box unless I rob a new saddle of it's packaging. There is room for some small bits, or "borked" parts from the BOC. You know the stuff pantographed Cinelli kickstands, and other useless items.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
USAZ,
It looks like there is gonna be extra room in the box. Any other bits of "Crap" you want in this box before it goes to the post office. PM with your shopping list (and NO! there isn't any free Campy stuff around here). Smiles, MH

Closest fit I found for a box unless I rob a new saddle of it's packaging. There is room for some small bits, or "borked" parts from the BOC. You know the stuff pantographed Cinelli kickstands, and other useless items.
What about Campa?

If you have a reeeeally long, ( >750) centerpull brake caliper I could use that, or if you have a 118 BCD three hole Nervar or TA chainring (or two) that's just laying about I would have use for that. Otherwise, if you want to offload "borks", I'm fine with taking them off your hands. I occasionally get "creative" both with my builds and household small projects.

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Originally Posted by danarello
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I did a quick search on Craig's List and called my LBS. No luck searching for a 1 inch (25.4mm) seatpost. I'll have to wait for a lucky opportunity.
25.4mm steel posts are still common on department store bikes. If you have a bike co-op locally, they probably have a box of them. If you can't source one locally, I'm sure I can find a used one for you for lss than what a new one would cost.
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Originally Posted by Insidious C.
How about four or five? All Avocet.
  1. Touring, poor shape, headed for trash
  2. Touring I, scuff and accomanying small hole but still okay shape
  3. Touring I, scuff but still okay shape
  4. Racing, nice shape
  5. Racing I, nice shape
  6. *edit* just found a third Touring I, slightly better shape than the other two.
I need misc Japanese parts..... If you want any or all of these saddles suggest a trade, something you think you wont use.
Wot kind of misc parts are you looking for?
Got quite a bit to trade
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ISO - Deore - "Cable Fixing Bolt Unit" Part #546 9814

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Working on the Grizzly, running new cables, discovered the RD is missing the "Cable Fixing Bolt Unit" Part #546 9814 - looking for a source to buy one or if someone has one in a parts bin? Bolt has 2 flat sides on the shoulder that lock it into the derailleur. Pulled this one off another derailleur, if there is a source, I would likely replace this on too.




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SoCaled That thing, if it looks like the derailleur it was attached to, looks like crap.
I have this thing.
Needs a jockey wheel. otherwise it's complete.
The back plate is on backwards, I was saving the pieces.



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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.
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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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Cool black Miche pedals ^^^^^
Yeah, opportunistic purchase. They just haven't found their way out of the drawer...
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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.













I am pretty sure i have a set of torpado rings (the spider cracked) let me look in the mess
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