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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 09-18-18, 07:47 AM
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Originally Posted by cudak888
Email sent. Nice to see you around here still, Tom. Should have some pics to share later today - putting some new creme rubber on the '51 Sports.

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Kurt! Outfreakingstanding.
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ISO: Weight weenie parts, mid-70's. I have no idea what I'm doing in this era, but I'll give it a shot. I'm thinking 120 on the rear. Need pretty much everything.
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WANTED: Road Triple Crankset.

Anything that looks reasonably C&V will be considered; prefer evenly-spaced rings (something like 52-42-30 -- is there a word for that?) to half-step and granny.

Ideally, it would be for a pretty short BB spindle (currently running 113mm).

PM me. Thanks!
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ISO: Dia-Compe 610 mounting bolt, rear

Anyone have a spare Dia-Compe mounting bolt for a rear brake (left brake in pic I stole from Velobase)?

This is the shorter bolt for the 610/750 center pull brakes - I don't know if other models also used it.



The local bike coop only has front bolts in the bins.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
ISO: Weight weenie parts, mid-70's. I have no idea what I'm doing in this era, but I'll give it a shot. I'm thinking 120 on the rear. Need pretty much everything.
Would Hi-E hubs and skewers be weight weenie enough?

PM me.
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Originally Posted by CO_Hoya
Anyone have a spare Dia-Compe mounting bolt for a rear brake (left brake in pic I stole from Velobase)?

This is the shorter bolt for the 610/750 center pull brakes - I don't know if other models also used it.



The local bike coop only has front bolts in the bins.
I have one, yours for the cost of shipping.
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Originally Posted by brian3069
I have one, yours for the cost of shipping.
Great. I'll send you my address via PM.

Cheers!
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Looking to see if anyone has a replacement pivot stop tab for a Simplex Criterium 637 RD. Maybe you've got a busted up one laying around with the tab still on it? I found one in excellent shape but with the mounting bolt and return spring loose, and no stop tab.

​​​​​​VeloBase.com - Component: Simplex Criterium

Looking to trade for something you need. Have odds and ends of Simplex and Mafac stuff to trade.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
ISO: Weight weenie parts, mid-70's. I have no idea what I'm doing in this era, but I'll give it a shot. I'm thinking 120 on the rear. Need pretty much everything.
Maybe you saw these pics I posted recently in the 'in the wild' thread. I thought it was a pretty cool weight weenie machine in a local shop window. Got my attention anyway. Anything not already light enough you can just give the shotgun blast treatment.


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Sent!

Originally Posted by 3speedslow


Would Hi-E hubs and skewers be weight weenie enough?

PM me.
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Originally Posted by due ruote
Maybe you saw these pics I posted recently in the 'in the wild' thread. I thought it was a pretty cool weight weenie machine in a local shop window. Got my attention anyway. Anything not already light enough you can just give the shotgun blast treatment.


Well, that's the frame. Waiting on the fork inspection from another person. Then I'll see what I can do.

Haven't touched a 2x5 since my bicentennial model Free Spirit.....

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Originally Posted by mountaindave
Did you get this worked out? Early 90's Shimano RD's were amazingly cross compatible. I took the long cage off of a trashed Deore DX body and put in on a Tricolor body for my wife for the very same reason you need a long cage. It won't do a 1x10 11-42 cassette, but it will handle a 13-26 x 45/28 no problem. I can never get a picture of it because my wife is always commuting on it...
This is a very late response-- but I ended up picking up a 12-28 cassette, which was stated to be in the acceptable range for the 1055 short cage derailleur. It seems to be working just fine and it gave her a little more gearing. The 1055 crankset has 52/42 rings, and I have considered swapping the 42 for a 39, to give her even more gearing, but I haven't really looked into that yet.

But thanks for the info--- I will try that if it turns out we still need more.

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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes

Haven't touched a 2x5 since my bicentennial model Free Spirit.....

Now that would be an interesting weight weenie platform.
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I've got a first-gen Dura-Ace short flange front hub, 36h. No skewer, great condition. Looking for something fun in a 32h, doesn't have to be Dura-Ace, doesn't have to be similar vintage. Would actually love a tricolor 600 hub.

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ISO:
Suntour Cyclone or Cyclone MkII or Arx RD.
Suntour Cyclone or Cyclone MkII or Arx FD.
Oversize TT cable guides.
BB clamp-on cable guide (double).
R chainstay RD cable guide(s).

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Originally Posted by due ruote
Now that would be an interesting weight weenie platform.
Hey Robbie,

i have one of those Austrian frames as well, if you wish to except the challenge!
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
ISO:
Suntour Cyclone or Cyclone MkII or Arx RD.
Suntour Cyclone or Cyclone MkII or Arx FD.
Oversize TT cable guides.
BB clamp-on cable guide (double).
R chainstay RD cable guide(s).
I think I am going to make your day.
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Originally Posted by sjpitts
...The 1055 crankset has 52/42 rings, and I have considered swapping the 42 for a 39, to give her even more gearing, but I haven't really looked into that yet.
Go 38. Can be had for <$25 on the Bay, especial if you go used. You will only make her happier.

You could even start looking for a used compact 50/34 crankset for not much more. I’d bet dollars to donuts that she’ll never miss those two extra teeth and would love giving up the other four.
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ISO small parts:

Front caliper main bolt for a 9-sp era Tiagra. I'm sure other models would be similar.

Upper caliper arm insert (black) for a Dura Ace 7403 caliper. It holds the brake barrel adjuster.
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Suntour AG rear derailleur earnestly sought

ISO:
Suntour AG rear derailleur for a touring bike project. I need the RD-5600 model, not the RD-5000 (one of which I already have), which has a somewhat shorter cage.

For the difference, see this Suntour catalog page, lifted from Michael Sweatman's Disraeli Gears site:

SunTour Bicycle Equipment Catalog No 61 - Page 13

I believe these used the sophisticated but grit-intolerant upper pulley design of the Mountech, which makes them not easy to find in good condition, since most if not all of them were used on early mountain bikes.

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ISO: Shimano headset fork crown race, 26.4. The cup I have is 600 / 6400, but I think other models (105, etc) would probably be compatible.
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ISO: Bianchi Celeste Sport SX or Limited or Brava or Trofeo in size 53cm. Doesnt need to be perfect as far as paint.

Have: 1950s Accles Pollack frameset 58cm and 1980s Araya Aerodynamic 59cm

Frame for frame or if Bianchi is superior ill trade both



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@RobbieTunes I also have a Cyclone MK II front & rear derailleur.
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ISO/WTB Schwinn approved Suntour bar end shifters plz.
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