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Old 09-22-18, 10:21 AM
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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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Old 09-23-18, 07:24 AM
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...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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Old 09-23-18, 10:22 AM
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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.

I have items of value for exchange purposes.
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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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Old 09-26-18, 10:40 AM
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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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Old 09-26-18, 01:53 PM
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@RobbieTunes I also have a Cyclone MK II front & rear derailleur.
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Old 09-28-18, 04:18 PM
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ISO/WTB Schwinn approved Suntour bar end shifters plz.
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ISO one Suntour ratcheting bar end shifter with black lever cover. Just realized I only had one in the parts stash for an mtb drop bar conversion
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ISO one Suntour ratcheting bar end shifter with black lever cover. Just realized I only had one in the parts stash for an mtb drop bar conversion
There's a single at a co-op here for $20, I'd be happy to get it to you.
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
There's a single at a co-op here for $20, I'd be happy to get it to you.
That would be awesome!
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Iso

Shimano 9 speed down tube shifters indexed. 9 speed on the bay are typically Dura-Ace and pricey. I have brifters and bar ends but I also want to take the down tube shifters along when I go back again to Cambodia. This is going on my Zunow frame
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Old 09-29-18, 11:33 AM
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Please note- All Shimano 9 speed down tube shifters are Dura Ace.

And thus, pricey.
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I have a set of Suntour Superbe 4700 long reach brake calipers (recessed nut) That are mint with original pads. Would like to trade for the short reach 4000 model.
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Vintage 80's Bullmoose bars sell/trade

I ordered some bullmoose bars on ebay and unfortunately they don't fit my bike. So I'm looking to trade them for a set that will, or sell them. 21 mm quill. 80's vintage. I guess I need a stem that fits 1-1/8. I'm new to the forum and it won't let me post pics until I reach 10 posts. So if interested, contact me and I can send you pictures. I'll also post pics when I'm able to.
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ISO: 51cm or 52cm mixte frame (or full bike)

I'm searching for a nicer mixte frame so I can build a bike for my girlfriend. I have been looking for months in my area, but I've had no luck. The only mixtes I can find are lead pipe frames. I'm in Oklahoma, FYI.
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Old 10-01-18, 10:56 PM
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Originally Posted by kiblam View Post
I ordered some bullmoose bars on ebay and unfortunately they don't fit my bike. So I'm looking to trade them for a set that will, or sell them. 21 mm quill. 80's vintage. I guess I need a stem that fits 1-1/8. I'm new to the forum and it won't let me post pics until I reach 10 posts. So if interested, contact me and I can send you pictures. I'll also post pics when I'm able to.
Sounds like you got a somewhat rare bullmoose bar to fit a BMX standard headset/head tube. I have one on my '84 Ross Mt. Hood. Makes converting to a different style of bar kind of challenging/limiting...
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Is the BMX standard smaller than a nominal 1" stem? I'm just thinking the OP might need a set of bars for a 1" stem and not a 1-1/8 stem. I have never seen bullmoose bars from the 1-1/8 era but that doesn't mean they don't exist.

I think I have a 21.1 quill 'golfclub' stem if there is any interest in that. Not sure how that would help the OP but thought I'd throw it out there for anyone else. I'd have to measure it to verify if it is 21.1 or 22.2 but I'm leaning towards 21.1.

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Old 10-02-18, 12:01 PM
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ISO: the tiny barrel adjuster that threads into the curved 'hoop' bridge that Raleigh put between the seatstays of 70s era bikes. (like the slightly ratty 73 Competition frameset i just paid a bit too much for... but i got all irrational because it's the size i need and it's finally something with room for 37s *and* fenders!)
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ISO: the tiny barrel adjuster that threads into the curved 'hoop' bridge that Raleigh put between the seatstays of 70s era bikes.
IIRC, the barrel adjusters from Simplex Prestige clamp-on shifters will fit the Raleigh brake hoop.

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A popular thread to say the least. Will compile a have-to-swap n' lookin' for list
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Originally Posted by rccardr View Post
Please note- All Shimano 9 speed down tube shifters are Dura Ace.

And thus, pricey.
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I need a Maillard/Normandy freewheel extractor, the kind with the big spline.

I have lots of brake calipers and and handlebars and other things to offer.
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Sounds like you got a somewhat rare bullmoose bar to fit a BMX standard headset/head tube. I have one on my '84 Ross Mt. Hood. Makes converting to a different style of bar kind of challenging/limiting...
Do you have any idea on how I could fit these bars on my 90's trek 8000 (still have been unable to figure out the exact year)? 1" (25.4mm) headset
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I need a Maillard/Normandy freewheel extractor, the kind with the big spline.

I have lots of brake calipers and and handlebars and other things to offer.
Are you talking about the bottle opener tool? If so, in its absence, channel lock pliers will work--just don't crush the retainer ring. I have the tool but am still riding with the Helicomatic system and need the tool.
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