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Old 04-17-24, 07:26 PM
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ISO, Either side that would make a matched pair
I have a set of Raleigh marked SR crank arms BUT one is 165, NDS, and the other, DS, is 170mm. The DS is a 144BCD, but I will take a 165 mm DS that is 130bcd with the same style chainring arms.

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I'm looking for French threaded (14x1.25) spindles for Lyotard 460D pedals. Can trade for 9/16 ones or Lyotard Berthet Pedals (9/16) or SR SP-100BL (14x1.25). Have also other stuff to trade.
Basically I have French Stronglight / Spidel 105 crankset and I don't want to tap t to 9/16 (also, have only metric taps anyway). Would also be happy to buy Atom / Maillard / Spidel 700 or pedals. Don't have to be perfect, rider quality. I am watching auctions with some, but trade is always preferable
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Originally Posted by VintageSteelEU
Lyotard 460D pedals.
Just so you know:

Lyotard Pedal Danger

and in re Atoms -

They use a larger thread at the outboard end - this means the edges of the cone races are so thin that a section at the lip will break off (the root of the thread comes too close to the outer surface).
This section is often large enough that it covers some of the actual ball-track, and so the cone is useless; if not, you are fortunate if the broken bit has not damaged the cup or cone some other way.

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Originally Posted by oneclick
Just so you know:

Lyotard Pedal Danger

and in re Atoms -

They use a larger thread at the outboard end - this means the edges of the cone races are so thin that a section at the lip will break off (the root of the thread comes too close to the outer surface).
This section is often large enough that it covers some of the actual ball-track, and so the cone is useless; if not, you are fortunate if the broken bit has not damaged the cup or cone some other way.
I am aware of the potential issue with Lyotard pedals. The 460D set I have served me well and never gave me any trouble (I know, that's until they do). I'm not likely to put the pedals under a lot of strain though. Not much hill climbing in London, I seldom pedal standing and the bicycle they will go on is going to be very much a recreational ride.
Looks like I found someone interested in swapping Lyotard Berthet axles though. These are shorter than ones in 460D and probably safer
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Available: Shimano 105 cranks, chain ring, rim brakes

Does anyone want - Shimano 105 brake set, crank/chainring, front mech, rear mech - for rebuilding an old bike??? And is this the right forum? Took the pieces off an old broken carbon fibre frame and have no use for the components. Seems a waste to junk them into landfill.

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ISO: Small parts for a Nuovo Record RD. Not sure what to call it...metal bushing? It is part 812/A and the small stop screw, part 812/1A shown in the diagram below. It is the piece with exterior grooves that fits between the main body and the pulley cage.



The derailleur on my commuter unexpectedly exploded recently while on my way to work. Lacking the necessary tools, I started walking the rest of the way uphill when a good Samaritan offered me a ride the rest of the way. I suspect this part fell off in his car since I searched for this part on the side of the road later without success. The rest of the RD is okay (and I made it to work on time) but it's missing this essential part.




Have lots of items to trade.

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Originally Posted by gaucho777
ISO: Small parts for a Nuovo Record RD. Not sure what to call it...metal bushing? It is part 812/A and the small stop screw, part 812/1A shown in the diagram below. It is the piece with exterior grooves that fits between the main body and the pulley cage.



The derailleur on my commuter unexpectedly exploded recently while on my way to work. Lacking the necessary tools, I started walking the rest of the way uphill when a good Samaritan offered me a ride the rest of the way. I suspect this part fell off in his car since I searched for this part on the side of the road later without success. The rest of the RD is okay (and I made it to work on time) but it's missing this essential part.




Have lots of items to trade.
Let me check my campy box.
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Originally Posted by curbtender
Let me check my campy box.
Thanks in advance for checking. I should mention that I do have a spare Nuovo Record RD. I don’t really need a whole unit. My hope is someone has either this part or a damaged unit and is willing to trade this odd spare part.
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For my Monti Special I bought cleaned up/refurbished MAFAC RAIDs with posts and these rings from Amir in Israel (you might know him from CR).

When the time came to cut the posts to fit my fork we cut the first one on Doug's milling machine, then had to decide how to orient the second post in the mill without disturbing the its (manually adjusted) setup, keeping in mind that we needed the spring hole in the correct position. We're looking at things scratching our heads about which way the post should be rotated in the fixture. I came up with my idea and said something like, "Orient it this way, then it rotates and plops into position just so on the fork blade. Easy peasy." Doug says, "I don't know..." I say, "Trust me. This'll work." We make the cut, and... the flat in the D-ring was 180° out of position.

I ordered posts from René Herse with their circular spring rings. Much easier, takes any visual dyslexia out of the process. You just point the spring hole where you want it to go, then fire up the torch.
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Originally Posted by gaucho777
Thanks in advance for checking. I should mention that I do have a spare Nuovo Record RD. I don’t really need a whole unit. My hope is someone has either this part or a damaged unit and is willing to trade this odd spare part.

This is an extra. Steal parts from this or use yours for parts.
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gaucho777 ,
The grub bolt is not likely to be found unless someone has one in a damaged RD. Here in the shop I wind up fabricating one from SS 1/4" stock and hand milling to size and then tapping to 4X.7 thread, then finishing the piece by putting the adjustor slot in the end. A bit time consuming but the only way to get the proper grub screw. Part 812/1a.
The chrome housing part 812 is available, but you should inspect the threads on the retaining bolt part 811a and the threads on the cage body part 814a. The nut in the cage body can be replaced if damaged but is normally pressed in place.
I have the parts here to do the repair, if no one else has them. Lemme know. Smiles, MH
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I think between @curbtender and @Mad Honk you should be covered, but in case not I checked my damaged patent-74 NR RD and tho there's a good condition part 812/A (with good threads, I checked them) the 812/1A screw is gone. One of the few parts that went, but if it turns out you need the one I got, this is definitely off a RD that's not ever going to be used for anything but spare parts
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Originally Posted by curbtender

This is an extra. Steal parts from this or use yours for parts.
Curbtender, thanks for the offer! If you're willing, I would like to raid your mech for those 812/A and 812/1A parts I'm missing and leave the rest of the main body, cage, and pulleys for your future needs. Since you are local, I could come meet you when/wherever is convenient. I'll drop you a PM...

I did try to put mine back together and, surprisingly, everything else is in working order, and the threads don't appear damaged. It worked just fine...until it didn't! I'm still surprised that it came apart so suddenly and dramatically.

@Mad Hank and @unworthy1 thank you both for your kind offers and assistance as well.
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My Fuji The Finest has a short, narrow cockpit, an early, I think, Nitto Dynamic stem and Nitto Universiade 105 handlebars. The stem is 7cm as Nitto measures them, 7.5cm in Cinelli units. The distance from the front edge of the saddle to the handlebar is ~49cm, pretty short for a 62-ish cm frame. On my other bikes that dimension is between 51cm and 54cm. The handlebar is similarly narrow for such a large frame, 37cm at the hooks and ends. Most of what I ride is 40-42cm. I'm looking for the same stem a bit longer (9-10cm?) and the same handlebar a bit wider (40-42cm?). Happy to swap these examples, or have other parts or $$ to trade.

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My Fuji The Finest has a short, narrow cockpit, an early, I think, Nitto Dynamic stem and Nitto Universiade 105 handlebars. The stem is 7cm as Nitto measures them, 7.5cm in Cinelli units. The distance from the front edge of the saddle to the handlebar is ~49cm, pretty short for a 62-ish cm frame. On my other bikes that dimension is between 51cm and 54cm. The handlebar is similarly narrow for such a large frame, 37cm at the hooks and ends. Most of what I ride is 40-42cm. I'm looking for the same stem a bit longer (9-10cm?) and the same handlebar a bit wider (40-42cm?). Happy to swap these examples, or have other parts or $$ to trade.

I have a couple nice 40cm bars, but no stem that I can think of. And shipping could get pricey. But pm if you dare.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
smontanaro ,
Hey Skip feller, you wanna see something cool? Check this out:
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So as always, Lemme Know. Smiles, MH
Thanks Mad Honk. I appreciate the look see. I have a Nitto Noodle bar and Cinelli stem I could use. I know beggars can't be choosers, but for the moment, I'm going to try finding the same bits (early Dynamic stem, Universiade 105 bar), just with expanded dimensions.
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Well Skip,
I don't pay much attention to bar models and such; more about size for shoulder fit. So I found this set, but they are not likely what you want either. Smiles, MH

Different logo with Nitto, Tokyo, and some other scribbles on them.

And this bar marking Mod. 177 420 L.Q

Seems to have been lost in translation

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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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Well Skip,
I don't pay much attention to bar models and such; more about size for shoulder fit. So I found this set, but they are not likely what you want either. Smiles, MH
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And this bar marking Mod. 177 420 L.Q
Not for this bike, but Nitto Noodles are my fave bar. is be happy to buy that from you. I'm sure I could find a frame for it.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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Well Skip,
I don't pay much attention to bar models and such; more about size for shoulder fit. So I found this set, but they are not likely what you want either. Smiles, MH

Different logo with Nitto, Tokyo, and some other scribbles on them.

And this bar marking Mod. 177 420 L.Q

Seems to have been lost in translation
Originally Posted by smontanaro
Not for this bike, but Nitto Noodles are my fave bar. is be happy to buy that from you. I'm sure I could find a frame for it.
Me too, maybe next in line, I have a current project for some of these.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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Well Skip,
I don't pay much attention to bar models and such; more about size for shoulder fit. So I found this set, but they are not likely what you want either. Smiles, MH

Different logo with Nitto, Tokyo, and some other scribbles on them.

And this bar marking Mod. 177 420 L.Q

Seems to have been lost in translation
Those are near pristine. And 42 cm...hmm...
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Me too, maybe next in line, I have a current project for some of these.
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I found these today and maybe they are what Skip is looking for...

But they are not the 42 size he is looking for.

I sent both bars to Skip so if he isn't gonna use one of them, you might rattle his cage about them. I did find this set of bars that may be what Skip is looking for but not the right size. Since I am downsizing the parts stash all of this stuff is up for grabs. Cost of postal shipping. I am going to let you guys figure out where these bars all need to go. Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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I found these today and maybe they are what Skip is looking for...

But they are not the 42 size he is looking for.

I sent both bars to Skip so if he isn't gonna use one of them, you might rattle his cage about them. I did find this set of bars that may be what Skip is looking for but not the right size. Since I am downsizing the parts stash all of this stuff is up for grabs. Cost of postal shipping. I am going to let you guys figure out where these bars all need to go. Smiles, MH
Tx Dave, 40 is too narrow for me, I'll see if Skip uses the others.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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I found these today and maybe they are what Skip is looking for...
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But they are not the 42 size he is looking for.

I sent both bars to Skip ...
The Noodles look great! They will definitely find a home on a bike. You must have an awesome co-op there in Bloomington.

The other bars aren't the 104s you showed in your post. They are Nitto's, but definitely different. They measure about 40cm on the short ramps, 41 at the hooks, and 46 at the flared ends. I could find no model or size markings anywhere. Despite my wife's contention that I can't find anything, I'm confident the only markings are "NITTO" and the stylized "N" in the center section.





They are also fairly heavy. In this photo, the end of the mystery bar is on the right, the Noodle on the left.



I'm happy to pass them along to anyone who wants them. merziac, do these dimensions work better for you?
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Skip,
Yeah, Co-Op has a few gems but you really gotta look for them, and know what you are looking for and at. The three bars were all taking up space in my carport and will look better if they all leave. I sent you the first two pairs that were in your 42 size range as measured in the center of the drops. The 104's are still here and 40 cm wide they can be yours if you want them. Smiles, MH
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