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Old 05-03-24, 07:05 PM
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Mafac "RAID" caliper...

Anyone got a spare Mafac Raid caliper...? Somehow I ended up with just one & it needs its sibling for a build. Could be missing bits- I've got Racers I can cannibalize.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
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?
Tx Skip, not sure on the size, think they maybe NJS, not always stamped but stout and heavy can indicate this.

At the Vanilla moving sale they had a pair of nice steel bars that only had an NJS stamp, was going to lowball offer but they seemed like they were 5lbs.

That being said, these are very cool with the plain Nitto engravings.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
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.

Dug up to measure my spare set of alloy Fuji-branded Olympiad bars, but they’re 38cm CTC at the ends. Hope one turns up somewhere.
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Originally Posted by panzerwagon
Dug up to measure my spare set of alloy Fuji-branded Olympiad bars, but they’re 38cm CTC at the ends. Hope one turns up somewhere.
Thanks. When I first searched on eBay it seemed all the Universiade bars for sale were 37 or 38 cm. Made me wonder if they were ever produced in wider sizes. The current 105s go up to 42cm. That would be a reasonable compromise, as it appears the logos are little changed from the 1970s. Most of a handlebar is covered in tape anyway, so it's not too off-putting to use new production The Dynamic stem looks like it's going to be a harder get, as I'd like to retain the style with an exposed hex stem bolt as opposed to the later allen key stem bolt.
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Seeking some orphans...I'm going to build a set of wheels starting with a silver 105 5700 freehub, looking for a front or similar.
In another department, I was checking out my Stronglight bin and I seem to be missing one 170 49D left arm.

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Originally Posted by ascherer
Seeking some orphans...I'm going to build a set of wheels starting with a silver 105 5700 freehub, looking for a front or similar.
In another department, I was checking out my Stronglight bin and I seem to be missing one 170 49D left arm.

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Might have a similar Tiagra if interested? All my Stronglights are married...can’t help there.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Might have a similar Tiagra if interested?
I was going to make the same offer. A local shop was selling them NOS for $10 a while back and somehow, shockingly, I ended up with more than I needed. I've got a rear too and have been using them as spacers when packing a bike for travel.
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
Might have a similar Tiagra if interested? All my Stronglights are married...can’t help there.
Originally Posted by Andy_K
I was going to make the same offer. A local shop was selling them NOS for $10 a while back and somehow, shockingly, I ended up with more than I needed. I've got a rear too and have been using them as spacers when packing a bike for travel.
The floodgates have opened! Tiagra is more than good enough. 36 hole silver? Dare I ask about skewers?
When I put the ISO up I thought I'd seen a second orphaned drive side arm but the bin only had one. Then I cleaned my workbench...sure enough I have two RH and no matching LH. I have no idea how that could have happened.
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Originally Posted by ascherer
The floodgates have opened! Tiagra is more than good enough. 36 hole silver? Dare I ask about skewers?
When I put the ISO up I thought I'd seen a second orphaned drive side arm but the bin only had one. Then I cleaned my workbench...sure enough I have two RH and no matching LH. I have no idea how that could have happened.
Tandem crank arms...are the rights really rights?

Let me count the holes!
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Originally Posted by ascherer
The floodgates have opened! Tiagra is more than good enough. 36 hole silver? Dare I ask about skewers?
I'm pretty sure what I have are all 32-hole hubs, but I think I do still have the skewer.
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
I'm pretty sure what I have are all 32-hole hubs, but I think I do still have the skewer.
Me too. 32 holes and a skewer.
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
I'm pretty sure what I have are all 32-hole hubs, but I think I do still have the skewer.
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Me too. 32 holes and a skewer.
Dang a rang, as my son would say. I have a set of 32-hole rims but they’re not as wide as the ones I want to use. Thank you, gentlemen. Appreciate your checking.
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1" threadless headset. Anodized purple Chris King would be my #1 choice but if not purple silver will do. The fancier the better.
Titanium square taper bottom bracket, English threading, 68mm shell. Width can vary since I don't have a crankset yet, so let me know what you've got.

HAVE: Way, way way too much.
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Originally Posted by degan
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1" threadless headset. Anodized purple Chris King would be my #1 choice but if not purple silver will do. The fancier the better.
Titanium square taper bottom bracket, English threading, 68mm shell. Width can vary since I don't have a crankset yet, so let me know what you've got.

HAVE: Way, way way too much.
might be able to help you with a Ti BB unit, will check and get back atcha in a day or two

EDIT:
Found one, will PM you with details

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Hiya folks, I'd like to put out feelers for either a Shimano M700 crankset, or a Specialized Flag crankset. Both at 175mm length.

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Originally Posted by ascherer
Dang a rang, as my son would say. I have a set of 32-hole rims but they’re not as wide as the ones I want to use. Thank you, gentlemen. Appreciate your checking.
I was digging around the garage tonight for something else and came across this:



It's a 4500 Tiagra 36-hole and appears unused. I couldn't find a skewer for it.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Thanks. When I first searched on eBay it seemed all the Universiade bars for sale were 37 or 38 cm. Made me wonder if they were ever produced in wider sizes. The current 105s go up to 42cm. That would be a reasonable compromise, as it appears the logos are little changed from the 1970s. Most of a handlebar is covered in tape anyway, so it's not too off-putting to use new production The Dynamic stem looks like it's going to be a harder get, as I'd like to retain the style with an exposed hex stem bolt as opposed to the later allen key stem bolt.
I have a Nito Olympiade bar that is 40cm CTC, 42 outside. Let me know if it's close enough.

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Originally Posted by Andy_K
I was digging around the garage tonight for something else and came across this:



It's a 4500 Tiagra 36-hole and appears unused. I couldn't find a skewer for it.
That looks like the thing! Stand by for about a day, I'm doubting my ability to count holes on the rear hub I have. I'll be back in Woodstock Thursday night to check it.
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Originally Posted by Prowler
I have a Nito Olympiade bar that is 40cm CTC, 42 outside. Let me know if it's close enough.
Thanks, definitely close enough. PM incoming...
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ISO one tapered wedge bolt for a SunTour bar end shifter, got a set from the co-op for my current project that has a buggered one.

Any orphans out there?
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Originally Posted by merziac
ISO one tapered wedge bolt for a SunTour bar end shifter, got a set from the co-op for my current project that has a buggered one.

Any orphans out there?
If you (or a friend) can braze -

a) repair - assuming the hex socket is what is buggered, drill a 5mm hole into the end at the bottom of the hex, cut the hex off, and braze an M5 socket-head capscrew into the hole.
b) make - braze an M5 socket-head capscrew into the end of a scrap M10 hollow axle; cut that end off at the length sufficient for the purpose, and braze a suitable cone onto the other end of the cutoff bit.

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Originally Posted by degan
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Titanium square taper bottom bracket, English threading, 68mm shell. Width can vary since I don't have a crankset yet, so let me know what you've got.
was going to send these pix to degan (Dan) by return email, but this is easier since I'm logged on:


Barrel width is only 58mm, so with the Phil Wood mounting rings I checked it with, the total width is 66mm

Spindle is hollow Titanium, 113mm, symmetrical, not sure what taper but assume ISO?

end of square is 13mm, widest part is 14.5mm (by my vernier caliper) Enduro 6903 cart bearings
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I have one complete with sleeve. The bolt is corroded but it should work. It is yours for shipping. I'll try to find a small box.
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