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Old 04-01-24, 01:26 PM
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I may have one will look. You have a target for "reach" size? In case what I find is way longer or shorter than "average"
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I found my stem, thanks for checking though.
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LF a set of basic Italian side-pulls

I'm after a set of old-style simple sidepulls for an Torpado city bike, something like Balilla or Universal.
Has to be longer-reach, but anything of the right style likely is anyway.
Happy to offer money or trade; of perhaps special relevance I have a load of Universal centre-pulls and Mafac Racers...but this one needs sidepulls <ob. eyecandy>:



Above is as-got, it looks better now but haven't a more recent pic.
Yes it came with brakes, one an asian mfr'd so completely out of place, the other Italian yes, but not appearing in vbase, so seemingly unmatchable: "Ursus"
Unless?
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For my Fuji:


I could use some new red CatEye shiny handlebar tape. I have a couple other shiny tapes to trade, CatEye pink and Benotto tri-color:



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I have an nos 80mm Sake riser stem with the drilled hole for a cable stop. Id be willing to trade for a similar riser (or possibly Technomic) without the hole if someone could use that feature.
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ISO Phil Wood rear hub

Some @$$ stole the wheels off my bike, a really nice wheelset with Phil Wood hubs. I've got the front replacement covered, but need a rear freewheel hub in 36H with the FSA axle. 126mm preferred. Let me know if you have one or have any leads on one. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by philpeugeot
Some @$$ stole the wheels off my bike, a really nice wheelset with Phil Wood hubs. I've got the front replacement covered, but need a rear freewheel hub in 36H with the FSA axle. 126mm preferred. Let me know if you have one or have any leads on one. Thanks.
Thats awful. What a freaking ......bag. Sorry about that happening. I don’t think I have any Phil hubs, but I might have another sealed one you could use as a stop gap? Let me know if you want me to check?
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Originally Posted by philpeugeot
Some @$$ stole the wheels off my bike, a really nice wheelset with Phil Wood hubs. I've got the front replacement covered, but need a rear freewheel hub in 36H with the FSA axle. 126mm preferred. Let me know if you have one or have any leads on one. Thanks.
What is an FSA axle?
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Thats awful. What a freaking ......bag. Sorry about that happening. I don’t think I have any Phil hubs, but I might have another sealed one you could use as a stop gap? Let me know if you want me to check?
Hi jdawginsc thanks for the concern and offer. I've got a stop gap wheelset, but I'm still pining for those lovely Phil hubs. If you find one with 36 holes and the quick service axle, let me know.
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Originally Posted by curbtender
What is an FSA axle?
FSA stands for field serviceable axle, the one that screws apart with 2 Allen keys, like this one:

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Originally Posted by philpeugeot
Hi jdawginsc thanks for the concern and offer. I've got a stop gap wheelset, but I'm still pining for those lovely Phil hubs. If you find one with 36 holes and the quick service axle, let me know.
Absolutely will.
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I'm really sorry about those wheels! Stuff like that really burns me up, and it's happened to me a lot.

I finally got security skewers. I'm super happy with them, and I should have gotten them sooner. Now I lock my frame to a rack with my U-lock, and I'm done. I recommend them. I got pinheads, but I'm sure the other brands are good, too. The downside is that replacement keys come from Edmonton, so shipping is $10 and takes weeks. Be sure you have a spare key.
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I'm currently looking for a serviceable 7 speed cassette for a beater that I'm almost finished assembling. It's an older specialized rock hopper with a mostly complete group of Shimano 7 speed (LX/XT). I don't need anything specific, just something that'll fit on my LX hubs. I would prefer to swap, and I've got lots of aero bars, drops, brakes, shifters, brake levers, saddles, tubes and more. Let me know if you're looking for anything.

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Originally Posted by RobertUI
I'm currently looking for a serviceable 7 speed cassette for a beater that I'm almost finished assembling. It's an older specialized rock hopper with a mostly complete group of Shimano 7 speed (LX/XT). I don't need anything specific, just something that'll fit on my LX hubs. I would prefer to swap, and I've got lots of aero bars, drops, brakes, shifters, brake levers, saddles, tubes and more. Let me know if you're looking for anything.

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Unless you can find a local swap...
https://www.jensonusa.com/SRAM-PG-73...EaAjdiEALw_wcB
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Looking to trade:

I have Phil Wood bottom bracket cups, English thread. These are essentially new. I installed them (with grease, didn't even fully tighten them) one time to test fit a bottom bracket, which did not work for my application, so these cups went back in the box. Cups look dark in the pic, but they are bright and shiny.

I want Phil Wood bottom bracket cups in FRENCH thread, in similar 'pretty much new', or excellent used condition.

Please be willing to send pics of what you have available (and I can certainly send more & better pics of the ones I have).
Looking for straight across trade, USA addresses only (due to shipping costs and paperwork).

Please send a PM if you can help.

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Originally Posted by hazetguy
Looking to trade:

I have Phil Wood bottom bracket cups, English thread. These are essentially new. I installed them (with grease, didn't even fully tighten them) one time to test fit a bottom bracket, which did not work for my application, so these cups went back in the box. Cups look dark in the pic, but they are bright and shiny.

I want Phil Wood bottom bracket cups in FRENCH thread, in similar 'pretty much new', or excellent used condition.

Please be willing to send pics of what you have available (and I can certainly send more & better pics of the ones I have).
Looking for straight across trade, USA addresses only (due to shipping costs and paperwork).

Please send a PM if you can help.

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Originally Posted by curbtender
Unless you can find a local swap...
https://www.jensonusa.com/SRAM-PG-73...EaAjdiEALw_wcB
I haven't had any trouble finding one, was moreso hoping to put one of use that one of us has lying around.
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Originally Posted by Vintage_Cyclist

thanks, but i'm not really looking to drop $50 on a set right now ($33, $14 shipping, tax).
hoping someone has a 'not being used' french set in their stash, that could use english ones instead.
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​​​​WTT Nuovo Tipo front hub (small flange) for my front Record hub. Two orphans looking to make a set.
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@RobertUI - I have a 1997 RockHopper that wore out a sprocket on a 7-speed block. Ordered a replacement and got 8-speed. Sent it back and got another 8 -speed. Gave up and mounted the 8-speed and changed shifters.
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@RobertUI - I have a 1997 RockHopper that wore out a sprocket on a 7-speed block. Ordered a replacement and got 8-speed. Sent it back and got another 8 -speed. Gave up and mounted the 8-speed and changed shifters.
Yup, I hear you. I have no interest in new shifters and wheels. I know that my existing (xt thumbies) will work with 8 speeds, but I can't put an 8 speed cassette on my ( ~'94 ) LX freehub. I'm also fine with buying a new one, but I love a good horse-trade, hence posting here!
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WTB Campagnolo Record left crank arm 175 non-fluted

Anyone have a 175mm left side non-fluted Campagnolo crank arm I could purchase? I found these photos on the internet, showing the left side with a 11 inside of a square. My right arm has this date code, but I'm not concerned with matching the date code. I do need the left arm to be non-fluted, preferably with a stamped logo as shown in the photo, rather than laser engraved logo.


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