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Old 01-07-24, 11:27 AM
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Grand Comp 610 & fork bolt

Last year…maybe the year before I crashed into a barricade that bent my front brake. ( it’s easy to talk about places no one knows you….otherwise no way I’m bringing it up…anywho)

i bent my front brake. I tried to unbend it and it just d snapped!! (…oh 🫰 snap!…)

anybody got one of these nice and shiny they’d like to unload?
I’d even pony up for a pair.

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No, but I have a number of Weinmann 610's (2 or 3 pairs plus loose bits). They are quite shiny and easy to polish. Dia Compe hardware (springs, mounting bolts, pivot bolts) would likely be compatible. I understand DC 610's are a CNC'd version of good old Weinmann Vainqueur
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Originally Posted by mrv
Last year…maybe the year before I crashed into a barricade that bent my front brake. ( it’s easy to talk about places no one knows you….otherwise no way I’m bringing it up…anywho)

i bent my front brake. I tried to unbend it and it just d snapped!! (…oh 🫰 snap!…)

anybody got one of these nice and shiny they’d like to unload?
I’d even pony up for a pair.

thanks
I do. PM on the way.
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Somehow I have four Shimano MC-70 calipers, but three of them are for one side and only one of the other. So, if anyone has a cable-anchor side MC-70 caliper, preferably black, but I'm not fussy, and appropriate spring they'd like to trade for a hook-side caliper and spring, I'm interested. Would also be willing to trade for some other item of mine; let me know what interests you.
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
Somehow I have four Shimano MC-70 calipers, but three of them are for one side and only one of the other. So, if anyone has a cable-anchor side MC-70 caliper, preferably black, but I'm not fussy, and appropriate spring they'd like to trade for a hook-side caliper and spring, I'm interested. Would also be willing to trade for some other item of mine; let me know what interests you.
Those black ones are pretty rare.
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I'm looking for decals / transfers for Superator, Cycles Andre Reboul. Because, of course, I couldn't be looking for something easy to find Or, some advice on making them. Example of what they look like below. I have a slightly different version (of what little remains of it) on the frame, with the differences that lettering is yellow, I don't see a trace of that thin French flag on the tubes (there are world champion stripes above and below the lettering), there's none of these red and blue stuff and the head tube decal is a green wreath, with French flag at the bottom, crown at the top and in the middle capital R and Reboul below.


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For trade; Shimano BB-6208, NOS, boxed, complete. Baggies opened, contents never used. British thread, JIS taper, 116mm spindle length. Other items for trade possible.

Looking for:
Sakae Ringyo RY-BBS cups only, in 35x1, French threading.
Alternatively, Sugino MS-68 cups, BB, 35x1 French threading.

I'm totally happy with used ones and don't care about the dirt, grease, surface rust, scuff marks, peeling chrome etc. Missing bearings and crank bolts not a problem. As long as the cups are in decent condition and threads are good, I'm good
I might also be looking for Weinmann AG Carrera, early version (with stamped steel QR levers) or AG Carrera 400. In working used condition, don't care much about the esthetics. Got some other stuff for trade, like: brakes (like Shimano BR-6400 for example), seatposts, pedals, cranksets, stems (all French 22mm), handlebars, derailleurs, etc.etc.
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French-thread Suntour Pro-Compe...?

Anyone have a French-threaded Suntour 5sp pro-compe freewheel/body? 14-34, or maybe just a body and I can get the cogs from an Eng 14-34..... thx
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Originally Posted by ehcoplex
Anyone have a French-threaded Suntour 5sp pro-compe freewheel/body? 14-34, or maybe just a body and I can get the cogs from an Eng 14-34..... thx
Just checked the one I got recently and it has English thread, the rest of them were tested before (also English). But, depending on a hub, it might be easier to find a new hub with English thread. I only found two Suntour freewheels with French thread on eBay right now. One in Germany for 45 euro plus postage, one in the US 90 USD plus postage. Quite frankly, both prices are ridiculous (in my opinion, YMMV), though at least both freewheels seem to have been cleaned. But for something like 90 bucks can buy you high end rear hub at least in a good condition, if not NOS. I have some Maillard, Atom and Regina freewheels in French threading and good condition though, so that's another option for immediate use whilst you're searching.
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Originally Posted by VintageSteelEU
Just checked the one I got recently and it has English thread, the rest of them were tested before (also English). But, depending on a hub, it might be easier to find a new hub with English thread. I only found two Suntour freewheels with French thread on eBay right now. One in Germany for 45 euro plus postage, one in the US 90 USD plus postage. Quite frankly, both prices are ridiculous (in my opinion, YMMV), though at least both freewheels seem to have been cleaned. But for something like 90 bucks can buy you high end rear hub at least in a good condition, if not NOS. I have some Maillard, Atom and Regina freewheels in French threading and good condition though, so that's another option for immediate use whilst you're searching.
I'm sorta-kinda trying to keep this px-10 build relatively original, or at least original with what I've got on hand. But need lower gearing and the Atom freewheel on it is extremely...... crunchy!
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Originally Posted by ehcoplex
I'm sorta-kinda trying to keep this px-10 build relatively original, or at least original with what I've got on hand. But need lower gearing and the Atom freewheel on it is extremely...... crunchy!
Fingers crossed then. One reason why I avoid buying hubs from France, unless they state English thread explicitly. French threads and bottom brackets (and Swiss ones) are enough of a hassle for me
I do get trying to keep it original though.
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36 hole 130mm rear hub, Shimano or Campagnolo 8+ speeds.
32 hole Mavic MA or MA-2 rims
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Is there such a thing as extra wide road pedals? I put a pair of normal sized quill pedals on the "guest bike" that I'm nearly done building so that I'll have something for my gigantic son-in-law to ride when he visits, and they look like his feet will be way over the edges. The crankset has standard threading, and I'm hoping something that's in decent shape and wouldn't look horribly out of place on a '78 Raleigh Competition GS.

Willing to discuss trades or make other "arrangements".
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
Is there such a thing as extra wide road pedals? I put a pair of normal sized quill pedals on the "guest bike" that I'm nearly done building so that I'll have something for my gigantic son-in-law to ride when he visits, and they look like his feet will be way over the edges. The crankset has standard threading, and I'm hoping something that's in decent shape and wouldn't look horribly out of place on a '78 Raleigh Competition GS.

Willing to discuss trades or make other "arrangements".
Look at MKS, their wide touring pedals work for me. I have 11.5 EE feet
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VP-365 is your budget option, new as low as $25/pr shipped on that auction site.
I got a few sets, adjusted the bearings (all were too tight), quite nice now and they look the business.



The one on the left is as received, that version was extra cheap, the reflectors pop out and 2 mins in an NaOH bath took care of the colour.
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Is there such a thing as extra wide road pedals?
I'm partial to Specialized Touring pedals. A buddy of mine (also with wide feet) uses Campy Triomphe pedals.
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ISO a mounting boss for Simplex Retrofriction lever (plus the thin washer) RH side

back-story: I had this pair of braze-on levers set aside for years but getting ready to put them into action (soon-ish) and discovered that the mounting boss on the RH side was bunged-up (not by me but slipped past me when I bought them, bummer!)

So this is certainly a long shot but where else will there possibly be somebody with some spare parts for this lever (need 4080A and 4076 per the handy diagram I found)
Have MANY items to trade (just make a list) or will outright buy if that's the seller's choice (and I can afford the price)


need only these two parts

how does THAT happen?

no better from this side

looks OK here and the rest of the assembly does too

UPDATE: Got one from Wayne at Veloclassique thanks to those below for that suggestion!

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Originally Posted by unworthy1
ISO a mounting boss for Simplex Retrofriction lever (plus the thin washer) RH side

back-story: I had this pair of braze-on levers set aside for years but getting ready to put them into action (soon-ish) and discovered that the mounting boss on the RH side was bunged-up (not by me but slipped past me when I bought them, bummer!)

So this is certainly a long shot but where else will there possibly be somebody with some spare parts for this lever (need 4080A and 4076 per the handy diagram I found)
Have MANY items to trade (just make a list) or will outright buy if that's the seller's choice (and I can afford the price)


need only these two parts
Try Wayne at Vélo Classique- veloclassique@gmail.com
I think he sort of retired/closed up shop, but maybe still does mail-order stuff? Anyway, I bought some Retrofriction bits from him a year or so ago.
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I've got a pair of these nice Specialized hubs, dating back to mid-80's. I think these were made by Sansin / Sunshine and could be some variant of Gyromaster. Cartridge bearings, very smooth, 36H, medium-size flange, English freewheel thread. The dust caps have only bits of original "Specialized" markings around them and the QR skewers are closed cam "Specialized". Now that I have new rims on their way from Italy and spokes to arrive soon as well, I'm thinking I'd like to swap them for a solid axle version if someone has a pair in their parts box.
Alternatively, a pair of other Sansin / Sunshine hubs with solid axles and flanges around 53mm front, 55mm rear. I believe later Gyromasters might have the same flanges diameters, possibly some Campy hubs. Or hubs that are QR, similar flange diameter, but cup and cone bearings, so they can be converted to solid axle.
I can also trade a set of Ultegra 6400 hubs (Uniglide/Hyperglide freehub body), 32H version.

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ISO Campy Record front hub 32h..

Anyone have a decent 32h front Campy hub..? [edit- low flange]
May have an odd or end to trade..

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Campy front hub?

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Anyone have a decent 32h front Campy hub..?
May have an odd or end to trade..
High flange or low?

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Originally Posted by Portlandjim
High flange or low?

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Low. Funny, as I was posting I was thinking 'am I leaving out something...?' And that was it. Editing now...
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I'm guessing you want NR?

How nice? Proposal for trade? Or how deep are your pockets?
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
I'm guessing you want NR?

How nice? Proposal for trade? Or how deep are your pockets?
Deep pockets, hmmmmm. Has me wondering, are these rare? I've got a set of 32h 650b rims, and a Campy 32h record rear hub, but no front to go with it. Wanting to build up the wheels for the Comp GS I recently acquired, but trying to keep the $ under control. If these are a 'hen's teeth' item I may have to rethink!
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