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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 06-11-24, 04:49 AM
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
did I hallucinate this: somebody was looking for a steel or carbon fiber fork with 1" threadless steerer but they did not specify how long a steerer was required.
The poster listed a few brands that were "most attractive", and I think they wanted clearance for a 30mm tire...even said they were amenable to one with canti bosses...anybody recognize this request?

Cause I have a possible candidate but don't know where to reply
https://www.bikeforums.net/general-c...ment-fork.html
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Ah-Hah! I mis-remembered the request, he wanted a THREADED CF fork, thanks for this follow-up!
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ISO: A 26" (ISO 559) rim, 36h, black, preferably no machined rim surface. I'm trying to roughly match up another wheel built with a former ofo rim. Cheap is good.



Alternatively, a 36 hole coaster brake hub. Or just the shell for one in 36h.

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Originally Posted by cudak888
ISO: A 26" (ISO 559) rim, 36h, black, preferably no machined rim surface. I'm trying to roughly match up another wheel built with a former ofo rim. Cheap is good.



Alternatively, a 36 hole coaster brake hub. Or just the shell for one in 36h.

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I think I still have one of the ones you sent me. I'm presuming they're 559s. Wouldn't be any trouble to send it back. PM me.
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Old 06-12-24, 09:56 AM
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
I think I still have one of the ones you sent me. I'm presuming they're 559s. Wouldn't be any trouble to send it back. PM me.
The ones I sent are 590ís - EA3. Could use one to match another wheel here though.

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Originally Posted by hazetguy
Needed: fork mount cantilever brake cable stop.
Can't find one locally, my interweb searching is drawing a blank (everywhere is sold out/discontinued).
Tektro part number 1277A, or similar item from other brands.
Color irrelevant.
Must have adjuster.
I have stuff to trade or $$.
Shipping to NC

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Seems to be available currently from SJS Cycles in the UK.

https://www.sjscycles.co.uk/brakes/0...gecurrency=USD

Cost shipped to USA appears to be between $25 and $26 via "international standard tracked" shipment; does not include any import duties. (Expedited shipping to US from UK is available but is also obscene.)

Hope this helps, and best of luck.


Edit: glad to see that [MENTION=498403]Mad Honk[/MENTION] was able to find the item you needed.

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Jon,
I found one! But the barrel adjuster is not quite what your picture shows. I have an adjuster that will work nicely but will need a shim to hold it in place. A small work around but it should work OK. Smiles, MH

This is the item I found, and the adjusters are not correct for the cable hanger. I have a nice brass bodied adjuster that fits well but will require a shim to hold the adjuster in place.
I can post more pictures or even put a shim in the shell to hold the adjuster in place before shipping. D
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Old 06-13-24, 08:09 AM
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
PM sent. Thanks Dave!
Jon, I have one, too, recently purchased, thatís redundant to my needs, but Iím out of town until the weekend.
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saw one of those (maybe a pair) at a recent SF swap, but had no idea what it was! So in a moment of rare restraint I did not but it/them, but IIRC the price was cheap ( $5?)
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ISO Raleigh International frame 21.5 CTT Chartreuse

Hey folks, I have a hankering to find a 72-73 Raleigh International frame in the Chartreuse green color (alternatively the Champagne), size 21.5 inch center to top. I have a ton of stuff to trade, including a '78 Raleigh Pro, 22.5 inch CTT. I am looking for a rider condition, not a hanger, and the size and color are important (I already have a 21.5 in the Copper).

Let me know if you have such an animal, and if you're interested in trading anything.





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I have a Tange hi-tensile fork with chrome socks that should fit. It measures about 250mm on top of the bottom race. It is yours for shipping from Maryland.
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I'm looking for a Cinelli 64-40 Giro D'Italia handlebar with a 26.0 clamp diameter. Will also consider identical size 3TTT or Modolo. Raw/brushed/silver anodized aluminum finish preferred, not the grainy hard-ano of newer bars.
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Hunting for a long cage 9sp/10sp Dura Ace rear mech in good shape.

(RD-7700GS or RD-7800GS.)

Got a ton of vintage stuff floating around the garage, and that French Phil Wood outboard bottom bracket in the C&V sales area I'd trade for one.

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Originally Posted by PhilFo
ISO:
I'm looking for a Cinelli 64-40 Giro D'Italia handlebar with a 26.0 clamp diameter. Will also consider identical size 3TTT or Modolo. Raw/brushed/silver anodized aluminum finish preferred, not the grainy hard-ano of newer bars.
Thanks all!
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I think I have a set of these. I thought I had given them to a local non-profit, but I just checked the garage and I have a set of Cinelli shield logo Giro d'Italia bars that measure 26.0 at the clamp area. I'll take some pictures tomorrow and dig up a 26.0 stem to double check my measurements.
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Andy_K many thanks for looking! If you dig them up, let me know, but I have a line on a set of identical size 3T bars locally. I don't want to put you through the hassle of boxing and shipping across the continent if they aren't needed. I'll update about my bar situation if and when i get them in-hand. Thanks!
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Looking for a pre-1970 Cinelli track frame or bike or partial bike. I have an original paint 1956 Cinelli SC road frame 52cm as trade bait. cash is fine too.
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ISO/WTT - Dura Ace Crank/Pedal adapter for EX Dyna Drive - Adapter allows you to use normal pedals (9/16) on these 1" threaded cranks

I know they are for sale on Ebay - can't really spend any "bike" money right now, hoping someone is sitting on a set and I can find a trade

I have various C&V items to trade, tell me what you are looking for? I also have a nice collection of "newer" parts for resto-mods if that is of any interest?
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Originally Posted by SoCaled
ISO/WTT - Dura Ace Crank/Pedal adapter for EX Dyna Drive - Adapter allows you to use normal pedals (9/16) on these 1" threaded cranks

I know they are for sale on Ebay - can't really spend any "bike" money right now, hoping someone is sitting on a set and I can find a trade

I have various C&V items to trade, tell me what you are looking for? I also have a nice collection of "newer" parts for resto-mods if that is of any interest?
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Merz used to make them, my MTB has some with no flats, I don't ever plan to separate them.

You could reach out to him and see what he says.

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ISO 135 BCD Chainring with 39 or 40 teeth

Hi folks,
As the title indicates, Iím looking for a 135 BCD chainring with 30 or 40 teeth. It doesnít need to be Campagnolo branded. Iíve seen other brands as replacement rings. My vintage legs need some lower gears.
I have lots of vintage parts to trade. With chainrings, I have a bunch of 110 & 130 BCD rings plus several 144 BCD Rings. Even a 52T that's drillium style. Iím willing to do 2 or 3 for 1 to get this ring. Let me know what you are looking for with your email & Iíll send pix.
Thanks & regards,
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That's a pretty slick triple setup.
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Need one Weinmann centre-pull longer than 750

A 750 goes this far:




Have all kinds of other brakes/parts to trade, will even pay m*n*y.
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^ Weinmann made an 810 cp, but I’ve only seen one pair over the decades. Might be better off getting a set of those pad extenders: https://www.ebay.com/itm/22499276967...mis&media=COPY
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Originally Posted by nlerner
^ Weinmann made an 810 cp, but Iíve only seen one pair over the decades. Might be better off getting a set of those pad extenders: https://www.ebay.com/itm/22499276967...mis&media=COPY
And with that, your brakes will work somewhat but not very well. I have 750s on one of my bikes, and they're barely adequate. I plan to change them to dual pivots.
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Originally Posted by oneclick
A 750 goes this far:




Have all kinds of other brakes/parts to trade, will even pay m*n*y.
You could try extending the holder slot the extra distance. I don't think the bottom of the slot would be under too much stress as the bolt and washer(s) help tie it together. Highly scientific, I know.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
^ Weinmann made an 810 cp, but Iíve only seen one pair over the decades. Might be better off getting a set of those pad extenders: https://www.ebay.com/itm/22499276967...mis&media=COPY
Wish they had a better picture since it is an interesting idea. Does the existing bolt for the pad, bolt on the slot, then the entire piece bolts
into the caliper arm slot? Is the extra Allen bolt to keep it from sliding off I assume?

Not sure it is something I would use, but if as I described above, might be useful for those older brakes where newer pads donít clear forks and stays.
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