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Old 05-09-24, 10:50 AM
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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?
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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ISO a partial or complete Gilco tubeset.

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ISO Campagnolo Nuveo Grand Sport bits....FD, band-mount shifters, crankset, BSC BB.

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Originally Posted by top506
ISO Campagnolo Nuveo Grand Sport bits....FD, band-mount shifters, crankset, BSC BB.

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Everything but the BB. Pm if interested.

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I am currently looking for a CAAD10 fork (tapered steer tube). I bought a Trek Madone Bontrager Aluminum Front Fork as the seller assured me it was the same taper. I believe what I need is 1 1/8" - 1 1/4" and what I have is up to 1 1/2". I also have a CAAD8 fork which I currently have installed on my CAAD10 with an adapter, while I'm currently running that on my trainer. I would love to trade 1 or both forks for the one that I need.

Thanks so much!!!!!
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Here's an oddball one - I just realized that my old lab table is flat enough that I should be able to use it reliably as a frame table.

As such, I'm now on the hunt for a bottom bracket post - essentially, a big fat cylinder of metal with a shaft and threaded post for securing a frame by the BB, horizontally:



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Originally Posted by cudak888
As such, I'm now on the hunt for a bottom bracket post - essentially, a big fat cylinder of metal with a shaft and threaded post for securing a frame by the BB, horizontally:
If two turn up, I might well be interested in the second... Using my dad's old Craftsman table saw for the same purpose.
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ISO White Industries T11 Campagnolo Freehub

Not exactly C&V but maybe I'll get lucky. Looking for just the Campagnolo freehub for T11 White Industries hub. If you have one and know what it came off I can check the WI website. Happy to trade the Shimano one plus some greenbacks, or other parts.

https://www.whiteind.com/product/freehub-bodies/

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Lonely Rear Derailleur Seeks Part to Complete Me

Fun loving Semi Vintage Campanutella derailleur seeks fun loving Derailleur Pivot Sleeve to complete me. I have my own frame so come on over and lets hangout and spin our wheels.

This is a '97 Mirage 8spd, and I think perhaps any sleeve from and 8spd may possible work. It does have a adjusting screw in it. The Campagnolo part number for a '97 is RD-AT009 but the '97 part is likely different.



Sadly this part broke while trying to reinstall it.


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ISO: large toe clips that measure 6cm in length.

I have these that are too small.



​​​​​That cm is a big deal.

I just bought a new generic pair (not Christophe) on eBay, but their size L ... isn't.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
ISO: large toe clips that measure 6cm in length.

I have these that are too small.



​​​​​That cm is a big deal.

I just bought a new generic pair (not Christophe) on eBay, but their size L ... isn't.
I might have a pair that will work. I didn't need your small/medium two clips though. (I agree about the cm being a big deal, BTW.)
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I'll take a look too. I assume Christophe would be first choice for you, but are other brands of steel clips acceptable?
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Thanks for the reminder unworthy1. SurferRosa here's what I have. KKT (two) on the left, ADIE in the middle, MKS (two) on the right. None are in awesome condition (which is probably why they wound up in my toe clip dishpan). All are functional though. Any of all are yours for postage.

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1983 Trek 720 seatpost nut

I lost the nut on left (non-drive) side of 1983 Trek 620 seatpost binder, darnit. I dont even know what original looks like. I have an acorn nut from hardware store that kind of works. Can someone with same bike post a closeup of what theirs is like. Or perhaps someone has one from a parts bike they would sell. Thank you!


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Check the thread size on the binder bolt. If it is a 5X.8 mm any female side binder will work, or even a recessed brake binder. HTH, Smiles, MH
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Thank you MH, that is what I will do.
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Originally Posted by s128
I lost the nut on left (non-drive) side of 1983 Trek 620 seatpost binder, darnit. I dont even know what original looks like. I have an acorn nut from hardware store that kind of works. Can someone with same bike post a closeup of what theirs is like. Or perhaps someone has one from a parts bike they would sell. Thank you!


That binder bolt is too short and the threads on the end look to be compromised, if the "nut" side of that was an insert it wouldn't be that hard to file or grind one down to fit the receiver hole in the seat lug, I would replace that bolt as well no matter what.

That seat lug looks like the kind that has the threads in it with no actual nut, may be stripped so it got a nut.
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Originally Posted by s128
I lost the nut on left (non-drive) side of 1983 Trek 620 seatpost binder, darnit. I dont even know what original looks like. I have an acorn nut from hardware store that kind of works. Can someone with same bike post a closeup of what theirs is like. Or perhaps someone has one from a parts bike they would sell. Thank you!


The barrel on the seat lug was threaded M6 x 1 and shouldn't need a nut to secure the post, unless the barrel is stripped.
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I'd like to trade some Nitto mustache bars for some albatross bars.
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Thank you, you are right. My error. Argh, thought seatpost was 27.2 and was 26.8 and got confused by raw looking bolt end. Correct 27.2 works fine, bolt is good.
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Originally Posted by nick_a
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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Howdy Nick, I definitely have a spare 175mm spec flag crankset kicking around (possibly more than 1), what sorta condition are you looking for? DM me if you're still searching, thanks,
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Originally Posted by merziac
That binder bolt is too short and the threads on the end look to be compromised, if the "nut" side of that was an insert it wouldn't be that hard to file or grind one down to fit the receiver hole in the seat lug, I would replace that bolt as well no matter what.

That seat lug looks like the kind that has the threads in it with no actual nut, may be stripped so it got a nut.
I have the same model and year and it's exactly the same. Threaded, no nut.



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Looking for a longer reach Nitto Dynamic stem (22.2 quill, 25.4 clamp), 9-10cm. Here's what I have now:



I've so far been unsuccessful trying to find something. I would also consider an old Nitto Pearl or Young stem. (Oddly enough, the Young might fit in better with the rest of the bike as it's not anodized.)
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Originally Posted by merziac
That seat lug looks like the kind that has the threads in it with no actual nut
Originally Posted by clubman
I have the same model and year and it's exactly the same. Threaded, no nut.
Yep, covered that, too.
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