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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 07-05-24, 05:37 AM
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That's a tough ask. I have a late 80s Stumpjumper Comp with a u brake (like the one in your pic) but it's a different color. eBay is likely your best bet. You can also put up a WTB in the C and V for sale forum. What size do you need?
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Originally Posted by rorysnyder
Iím searching for one of these Stumpjumpers I believe the year is 87,88, or 89.
Here's a few:
https://medford.craigslist.org/bik/d...755432535.html
https://monterey.craigslist.org/bik/...763149797.html
https://wyoming.craigslist.org/bik/d...756558227.html
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ISO: 25.4 bars or 26.0 stem

Trying to raise my bars on my road bike.

I want a 26.0 clamp 100mm ish stem with about 160mm of height- like the Soma Sutra

Ive got that stem with 25.4mm clamp.

OR
A set of 44cm ish wide bars with a 25.4 mm clamp. Iíve got 26.0mm clamp Nitto Noodle bars.

Let me know if anyone can help. Please.
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you want trad drop bars (with 44 cm width) or considering some other style(s) bars?
Silver or black, or...?
ALU Alloy, steel or "rust"?
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Old 07-06-24, 04:09 PM
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
you want trad drop bars (with 44 cm width) or considering some other style(s) bars?
Silver or black, or...?
ALU Alloy, steel or "rust"?
Aluminum drop bars is what I’m after.
nitto noodles have that nice parallel hook ( like the top & bottom are parallel)
But in my old age I’m rarely in the drops

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sorry to say the ones I have that wide (44) have 26.0 clamp dia. I don't have any Asian brands but suspect most will be either 26.0 or maybe the "split-the-diff" 25.8 clamp size, but just my guess
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Old 07-07-24, 11:54 AM
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Not So Simple

Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
Velobase doesnt say just which Simplex this is a copy of but I'd like to find some stock pulleys for it.


Looks like it might be a Simplex SLJ5500?

Originally Posted by ehcoplex
SLJ5500, yup. Check with Wayne at Velo Classique (veloclassique (at) gmail (dot) com)- I'm pretty sure I got some NOS Simplex jockey wheels from him a year or so ago....
Thinking BG has a third edition SLJ 5000 or second edition SLJ 5001. Retrogrouch has a fine guide to these early iterations. Parts diagrams are included.





Noticed BG had Suntour spinners on there when "winding" issue was wending its way through the Forums. Wonder if Prestige wheels couldn't be pressed into service?
Have this here AR 615 which is the earliest iteration and can check with a Prestige which is outside at the moment, later...




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ISO:
Campagnolo Record large-flange rear hub (60's-70's style), 36h, English FW threads, skewer not necessary.

Also:
A French-threaded freewheel to replace a Suntour 5-speed 14-26. Prefer another Suntour, but open to all options.
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See if these might fit. NOS on left, Refurbished on right. I can ship without the skewers. Lemme know Smiles, MH

NOS and refurbished
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Mavic Spoke - 285.5

Needing to find a replacement........
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Originally Posted by Sprocket Turner

Mavic Spoke - 285.5

Needing to find a replacement........
You have a picture of the wheel that's off?
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If you push the left hand threaded part of the nipple up you should find a small brass fitting that threads on to the straight pull spoke. Any straight pull spoke will work, but you may need to fine tune the brass fitting to get the tension right. HTH, Smiles, MH
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Not an expert but when the guy who should know has trouble identifying correct spokes I'd hate to waste your time. Looks like by the size you asked it is a front?
https://www.mavicparts.com/products/...okes-2011-2013
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Iím looking to trade the 170mm 52/44 sakae sr royal crankset pictured below for something of comparable vintage and quality in a 165mm. Would also prefer a wider range, e.g. 52/40 or 53/39.




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WTB / ISO: 1987 - 1991 Cannondale Criterium in 53, 54.5 or 56cm (Cannondale sizing). Ideally just the frame/ frameset. Rough condition is fine!

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ISO / WTB SR Sakae Toe Clips

Im looking for SR toe clips for the SR pedals. Here are some pics. I have SR stems, Turbo saddle or $ to trade. Can you help me? Thanks.









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Originally Posted by cjefferds
Iím looking to trade the 170mm 52/44 sakae sr royal crankset pictured below for something of comparable vintage and quality in a 165mm. Would also prefer a wider range, e.g. 52/40 or 53/39.


These were recently dropped off.



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I don't. The guy I was helping was able to locate one so his problem was solved. Thank you everyone for your recommendations and help.
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