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Old 09-05-23, 03:38 PM
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Originally Posted by mrv
Recessed
Looks like the Racers I'm using at the moment (to get one of the projects rolling) are nutted, and I bodged things in place with washers. I'm riding fixed at the moment anyway - AND as everyone knows, brakes on a fixed gear is for woosies. . . . (to paraphrase BSNYC)

thannks!

ps - am i allowed to use the C&V section for non-C&V stuff? or is that frowned upon?
Will have to dig them up for pics, but I have a very nice set of black, recessed R559s. Maybe we can work out a trade, but I don't need more Mafac Racers. I will PM pics in a bit.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
Merde.

Seeking a bolt for the magnet ring on the Sturmey Archer gh-6 dynohub to replace the one I broke. Does anyone have a ruined dynohub I could have a bolt from?
Pretty sure I have a derelict Dynohub someplace here from which I could salvage a bolt, if you're still looking.
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
Pretty sure I have a derelict Dynohub someplace here from which I could salvage a bolt, if you're still looking.
I wanted to check at the co op and see if there were any hubs there I could use and struck out. If you can find a bolt for me I'd appreciate it.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
I wanted to check at the co op and see if there were any hubs there I could use and struck out. If you can find a bolt for me I'd appreciate it.
I'll see what I can find.
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09/09 EDIT — Found what I needed, thank you for all of the offers!

I am looking for an 8-speed Campagnolo (clincher) wheelset - Veloce would match the rest of the components, Mirage would also be fine.

I've once again received an Italian race bike, a mid-late 90s Bianchi Veloce. It's pretty much complete, except it needs a wheelset. I don't mind truing the rims or overhauling hubs as long as everything's in serviceable condition.

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I have a set. Ambrosio Super Elite 32 laced to Campy hubs. 32 hole 100/130 spacing rider quality.
email if interested.

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ISO/WTT Nitto drop bar 25.4/42-44

WTT for a Nitto drop bar (115 is the standard) with a 25.4 clamp size and 42 or 44 width.

Have a Cinelli 64-40 in decent shape, among other 1000s of handlebars. Soma, Cinelli, 3ttt...you name it I got it (except 25.4 clamp Nittos in 42-44.)

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I'm looking for a T.A. outer chainring with 44 teeth- 50.4 BCD.
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ISO a very good condition headset from a Nottingham Raleigh. Specifically, I need a crown race and lower cup, but I'm willing to part a whole headset in order to get this "new" 1951 Rudge Clubman rolling. Thanks all!
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got the long reach calipers from one of the more insidious BF members.

still looking for BLACK open wide enough for 38mm (if such a thing exists) mid reach dual pivot.

also aero levers - preferably TEKTRO. Black.

sidebar- anyone ever paint Mafacs black?
Iíve painted a stem. Might paint my Mafacs.

Cheers

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Looking for a couple sets of black dual pivot side pull caliper, wide mouth brakes.
A long reach set - with a real preference for the R559 Tektro. This project is a little long term, so no big rush. The project is a single speed to run either 700c or 650b wheels. So I need the caliper to open wide.
A mid reach dual pivot - black - brake caliper set. A whole different single speed project. But coming up a little quicker.
I don't think I want center pulls, but if black, maybe! I

- I got a set of Mafac Racers I could trade. Some other lower end, budget minded Shimano stuff. Seat posts seem to multiply when I close the parts bin lid.
I think most of this stuff in my parts bin is available. I might not have all the threadless stems shown: https://www.bikeforums.net/g/album/19619948

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Originally Posted by PhilFo
ISO a very good condition headset from a Nottingham Raleigh. Specifically, I need a crown race and lower cup, but I'm willing to part a whole headset in order to get this "new" 1951 Rudge Clubman rolling. Thanks all!
While those old Raleighs used non-standard 26tpi steer tube thread, IIRC, there's nothing unusual about the crown race seat or pressed lower cup seat diameters. Can you measure your frame and fork to verify? If I'm right, it ought to be fairly easy to find a lower stack with similar height to the OEM headset.
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ISO: Specialized 1" headset, like this:
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
ISO: Cinelli 64-40 drop bars

Hopefully from someone somewhat local.?.
Are you still looking for these? I've got a set.



I may be able to figure out a way to get these to the Seattle area.
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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!!!
Did you find a set? I have a set of Shimano BR-MC70s (Deore XT stag head group)
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Originally Posted by cyclotoine
Did you find a set? I have a set of Shimano BR-MC70s (Deore XT stag head group)
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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!!!
Yeah, and I'm curious what you consider nice. I have a set of BR-M730 that could use some cleaning but are considered a fine and functional set of brakes, but I'd consider rider quality.
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Originally Posted by delicious
ISO: Specialized 1" headset, like this:
hmmm...I had one once upon a time (but not anything NOS with bearings in a sealed snuff box, etc.) so will have to search and see. Is it a 26.4 or 27.0 crownrace you want?
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
hmmm...I had one once upon a time (but not anything NOS with bearings in a sealed snuff box, etc.) so will have to search and see. Is it a 26.4 or 27.0 crownrace you want?
Thanks for looking! I don't need NOS, just rideable. It's a 26.4 fork.
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Still looking Unca_Sam , but resigned to just using the clunky Shimanos I have for now.

I was intentionally being a bit vague with "nice", but I guess what I meant is powerful, well-designed (the ability to use modern pads would be nice) and to a lesser degree stylish. I don't expect Paul's from the trade forum, but some Tektro 720s would be nice.

I love a good trade, but they can be hard to work out. So I try not to get my hopes up too high. That said I'd be interested in seeing your MC70s cyclotoine. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by jethin
Still looking Unca_Sam , but resigned to just using the clunky Shimanos I have for now.

I was intentionally being a bit vague with "nice", but I guess what I meant is powerful, well-designed (the ability to use modern pads would be nice) and to a lesser degree stylish. I don't expect Paul's from the trade forum, but some Tektro 720s would be nice.

I love a good trade, but they can be hard to work out. So I try not to get my hopes up too high. That said I'd be interested in seeing your MC70s cyclotoine. Thanks.
Might have a few options for you. Any particular color?
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Might have a few options for you. Any particular color?
Either silver or black.
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Anyone have one of these kicking around? It's from an early 90's Ritchey hub. I could use the 100mm front. Got a complete wheel here which needs the skewer and is useless without it. TIA



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Originally Posted by jethin
Either silver or black.
Have some
Avid Shorty 4s (need some cleaning of patina)
Tektro Oryx (Nashbar version); nearly mint
Tektro Oryx; good shape
TRP Euro Carbon (needs hardware derusted).

Shimano deOre LX as well.
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Originally Posted by delicious
ISO: Specialized 1" headset, like this:
Off topic, but I've been wondering how common (or unusual) is it for headsets to have o-rings like this?

When I serviced my new-to-me '83 Expedition headset this is exactly what I found and it got me wondering as I hadn't seen it before.
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Originally Posted by hopperja
Off topic, but I've been wondering how common (or unusual) is it for headsets to have o-rings like this?
I suspect it's a side benefit of the mountain bike revolution. People started riding in crappy conditions (I read somewhere that the Repack Riders got their name from having to repack their bearings on a more-or-less daily basis), so seals began to be really useful to extend the life of bearings and increase maintenance intervals. Early mountain bikes used 1-inch threaded headsets, which work perfectly well on road bikes.

I bought a SunTour Superbe headset for my not-quite-full-Superbe Griffon, but I could never get it adjusted properly (out-of-spec? incompetent mechanic?). I replaced it with one of these Specialized seal-equipped headsets and have experienced no issues.
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