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Old 03-23-24, 08:16 AM
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So... we folks here at the Trash Panda Werks and begining a new project and sadly we don't seem to have a few bits we need. Most pressing is a downtube cable stop for two cables and a cable guide to run both cables over the BB shell. We might also be looking for a 110 BCD 48ish chainwheel if the 52 we're using for 8spd IGH is too big.

Brand not important just clean and rust free wif hardware.




I'll have to dig around but I have a few smallish under the seat bags, inexpensive blue skewers, a set of a little rusty Shipmano double sided padal, you know the regular on side SPD on the other, wheel bags (they're a bit heavy so I'd have to ask for actual shipping) a blue Velo Orange cable set I never used.... some used black cages.

nice Cannondale bag and Bike Pro USA bag that looks unused.




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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
So... we folks here at the Trash Panda Werks and begining a new project and sadly we don't seem to have a few bits we need. Most pressing is a downtube cable stop for two cables and a cable guide to run both cables over the BB shell.
I think I can help you out. Let me check the stash.
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BG, I've got the cable guides here in Bloomington, but I have coaching duties for the next three days. So I will be likely Wed. Before I can send them out. Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
BG, I've got the cable guides here in Bloomington, but I have coaching duties for the next three days. So I will be likely Wed. Before I can send them out. Smiles, MH

Cool beans!!! I'll find some semi useless items to ship your way.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
Cool beans!!! I'll find some semi useless items to ship your way.
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Please don't! You could really make me feel bad If you do. I am trying to down size here around the shop. Mainly bc I am aging out, and have not only a bike shop's worth of tools and supplies, I also have the most complete golf equipment repair shop in the tri-state area. That is gonna be a big sale when it all has to go. Just think of all the equipment you had in the award winning shop back in the day... Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
I am looking for a 38-tooth Suntour freewheel cog, or an entire freewheel that includes one. As far as I know, there was only one version of these, which went on Perfect or Pro Compe bodies.

In exchange, I can put together pretty much any tooth counts you want on a five-speed Perfect body and send it to you as a complete freewheel. "Pretty much" because I may not have what it takes for a racing-type corncob. Beyond that, though, I probably have you covered.
Did you ever get your 38 cog?
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Originally Posted by RCMoeur
Did you ever get your 38 cog?
Not yet, but I am feeling a sudden surge of hope....
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BG,
We are halfway there, I just need to find the right set of cable stops to send out. Smiles, MH

This one had a bit of rust but I have cleaned it ad given it a clear coat to protect it.

I had to source a different nut bc I dropped the original and can't find it. It should work nicely.
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Originally Posted by r0ckh0und
Looking to trade my 175mm Deerhead FC-6206 crankset for a 170mm. Good to very good condition. I was fortunate enough to actually do a frame swap at a bike swap, trading my large Schwinn Cimarron for a medium. Would like to trade just arms, not rings and bolts. I have several other cranks I can trade as well. Willing to trade green stuff too.
Rockhound, did you find something? I've got some 170mm Sugino cranks I'd be happy to trade. Add in some cash on my end because mine aren't in as good shape.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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We are halfway there, I just need to find the right set of cable stops to send out. Smiles, MH

This one had a bit of rust but I have cleaned it ad given it a clear coat to protect it.

I had to source a different nut bc I dropped the original and can't find it. It should work nicely.
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Originally Posted by mhespenheide
Rockhound, did you find something? I've got some 170mm Sugino cranks I'd be happy to trade. Add in some cash on my end because mine aren't in as good shape.
Still looking........at this point I'm going to use the 175mm I currently have until I can come up with the specific crank I'm looking for. That said, I thank you for your kind offer.
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Found a bunch more "junk from my trunk" to send to the Trash Panda Werks that will hopefully help finish the new mixte. It will go out with a BOC frame decal that should be proudly displayed on the bike. Smiles, CrapMaster Honk

A handful of cable guides and clips, and some Campy Carnage to a super record seat post that will only work for a very "French fit". And to top it off it is the rare 25.0 size.

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My early 70s Fuji has a SunTour quick release (Sunshine hubs front and rear) on the rear and Shimano in front. Nothing else is Shimano on the bike. Would be nice to make the quick releases matchy matchy. Here's what the (flat) lever and skewer nut look like. Can anyone help me out? I've got tradable stuff.



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Originally Posted by smontanaro
I think I can help you out. Let me check the stash.

Thanks but there are parts in the post for me.
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@smontanaro, are you saying you want a SunTour or Sanshin QR skewer? I can certainly look. Skewers multiply in my bins.
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Originally Posted by noglider
@smontanaro, are you saying you want a SunTour or Sanshin QR skewer? I can certainly look. Skewers multiply in my bins.
Yes, though with that particular design. I think I've found some.
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@smontanaro, are you saying you want a SunTour or Sanshin QR skewer? I can certainly look. Skewers multiply in my bins.
They must running away from my place. I can never seem to find one when I need it.
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Originally Posted by RustyJames
They must running away from my place. I can never seem to find one when I need it.
I can find everything and anything skewer wise...EXCEPT the one I need/thought I had.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Yes, though with that particular design. I think I've found some.
Not the same design, though I think I might have swapped the lever casing at some point, would have to dig a bit. I do have similar casing somewhere, with sort of conical / domed ending. The DS nut you have in the photo looks very similar to a Campy one I have somewhere. Anyhow, the lever itself has a different logo, but I actually wouldn't mind swapping it for a Sunshine curved lever.

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ISO: 26.8 seatpost; 80-90mm stem w 26.0 clamp; headset w 27.0 crown race. Not picky, but would like well-built stuff. Silver preferred, modern ok. Thanks.

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ISO: 26.8 seatpost and headset w 27.0 crown race. Not picky, but would like well-built stuff. Silver preferred, modern ok. Thanks.
I believe I might have a 26.8 post. PM if interested.

What stack height on the headset?

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ISO - Pre-85 Tom Ritchey MTB

If this violates forum rules, take down my post.

A friend is looking for a pre-85 Tom Ritchey built MTB in what he calls a “rideable size”. He rides a 56-58cm road bike for frame of reference.

Mo’ original is mo’ better.

Said friend is near-ish to me in the greater Portland, OR area but he will travel or pay to have a bike packed and shipped.

PM is best.
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ISO A silver, threaded riser stem for a vintage mountain bike. Would love a nitto, and a cable stop for canti's would be a bonus, but not necessary. 25.4 much preffered, but could use a shim if it were 26.0

Have lots of stuff to trade, mostly shimano and suntour, but others as well.

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Originally Posted by twolve
ISO A silver, threaded riser stem for a vintage mountain bike. Would love a nitto, and a cable stop for canti's would be a bonus, but not necessary. 25.4 much preffered, but could use a shim if it were 26.0

Have lots of stuff to trade, mostly shimano and suntour, but others as well.
Not really what you're asking for but I've got this Sameness stem sitting around. 25.4 clamp, 1 1/8 steerer. Though I suspect you might be looking for a 1".
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Not really what you're asking for but I've got this Sameness stem sitting around. 25.4 clamp, 1 1/8 steerer. Though I suspect you might be looking for a 1".
Thanks for posting, you are correct, I should have specified a 1". Knew I was forgetting something.
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