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Old 10-09-18, 08:01 PM
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Looking to complete several groups and need the following:

C Record braze on front derailleur
C Record engraved crankset
NR/SR brake levers
Campagnolo Superleggeri pedals
Dura Ace 7400 headset

I have lots to trade, highlights include:
C Record second gen crankset (non-engraved)
C Record clamp on front derailleur
NR crankset
NR headset
Modelo stem and bars
NR/SR downtube shifters
Full Shimano 600 Tricolor group
Shimano 600 biopace crankset with rings
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I may have those pedals. I don't know the models.
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
ISO: Bianchi Celeste Sport SX or Limited or Brava or Trofeo in size 53cm. Doesnt need to be perfect as far as paint.

Have: 1950s Accles Pollack frameset 58cm and 1980s Araya Aerodynamic 59cm

Frame for frame or if Bianchi is superior ill trade both


Great clock.
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I may have those pedals. I don't know the models.
Campy SL pedal will have black anodized pedal cages, no chrome or natural aluminum.
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I would like to trade Celeste Cinelli cork tape and Jagwire Hyper brake cable set for the same in black.
Are you still looking to get this set in black?

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ISO Exage(-ish) aero road brake levers, ca. 1990. Prefer with hoods, flexible wrt hood color. Prefer for the kind that have a release button or the like on the lever, but not a show-stopper.

I've got lots of stuff, mostly entry- or mid-grade, mix of mtn, hybrid, road. Good chance I have something you could use (including cash....).

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ISO Exage(-ish) aero road brake levers, ca. 1990. Prefer with hoods, flexible wrt hood color. Prefer for the kind that have a release button or the like on the lever, but not a show-stopper.

I've got lots of stuff, mostly entry- or mid-grade, mix of mtn, hybrid, road. Good chance I have something you could use (including cash....).


I have an orphan right side Exage lever, silver with a black hood. I realize 1 lever's pretty useless, but It's yours for the cost of shipping.
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Old 10-10-18, 03:35 PM
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I've got a Dura Ace 7410 bottom bracket that's 68mm, I need the 70mm Italian version.

I also would like a Selle Italia Flite saddle, I've got a Vetta suede one or even a San Marcos Rolls.
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Just FYI, a standard Shimano 102 bottom bracket will work just fine with your 7410 crankset.
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Just FYI, a standard Shimano 102 bottom bracket will work just fine with your 7410 crankset.
Do you have an example?
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A quick check on Amazon shows 102 Italian BB's from, I think, Token, for $35-ish. eBay should show UN55's in 70 X 102 as well.
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Accidentally posted this in the frame pass around thread as well...

Bikes I have:
- I have a partially (wheels + deraillers removed) deconstructed 85 Trek 560. 24". I have the deraillers but lost the front clamp screw. I also have the wheels but I'm intending to use them for a different project. Could be convinced otherwise.
- I also have a 1980 Trek 61x frame, also 24". Intended to put the wheels from the aforementioned Trek on it but I am currently rethinking.

I am looking for.. well I'm not really sure. Parts, handlebars, wheelsets, tools, bags. I am located in the front range (colorado). If you're interested let me know!
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ISO:
1-mid-reach nutted calipers, the lighter the better. Found 600AX

2-non-aero levers, went with Modolos for weight


3-mid 70’s square taper crank set non Campy emphasis on light.

Have:
1999-2000 53/53 Serotta Atlanta w/F1 carbon fork, pm only.

5800 RDs

some 600ex stuff and other..,

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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
ISO:
1-mid-reach nutted calipers, the lighter the better. I am not that worried about stopping on a dime. Black would be outstanding, but not necessary.

2-non-aero levers, see above.

3-mid 70ís square taper crank set non Campy emphasis on light.

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1999-2000 53/53 Serotta Atlanta w/F1 carbon fork, pm only.

5800 RDs

some 600ex stuff and other..,
I have some non-aero levers in post 479 and some crankset parts in post 480, in case any of those are useful to you.
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A quick check on Amazon shows 102 Italian BB's from, I think, Token, for $35-ish. eBay should show UN55's in 70 X 102 as well.
I stand somewhat corrected. It appears that the shortest Shimano makes the UN55 in Italian threading is a 107, which is too wide. Token looks like your best bet for an Italian 102.
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I have some non-aero levers in post 479 and some crankset parts in post 480, in case any of those are useful to you.
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
ISO: Bianchi Celeste Sport SX or Limited or Brava or Trofeo in size 53cm. Doesnt need to be perfect as far as paint.

Have: 1950s Accles Pollack frameset 58cm and 1980s Araya Aerodynamic 59cm

Frame for frame or if Bianchi is superior ill trade both


What about a Celeste Giro, and have to confirm size: is that 53 C-to-C or C-to-Top? This is a Super Set 2 frame with GPM dropouts and ends, maybe an '85...
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I'm asking for a friend: need 3 of those "break-away" black plastic Top Tube cable guides for a Cannondale. I found some at an LBS years ago but the shop no longer sells C-dales.
I have tons to trade and I bet my pal has even more!
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What about a Celeste Giro, and have to confirm size: is that 53 C-to-C or C-to-Top? This is a Super Set 2 frame with GPM dropouts and ends, maybe an '85...
Either size will work c-c or c-T

Ill pm my email to you for pictures.
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Either size will work c-c or c-T

Ill pm my email to you for pictures.
Got your PM, I will measure (twice) and take some pix if it's in the correct size, maybe this weekend.
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I have a rare set of Modolo "Ole" brakes and levers aero with recessed nut short reach. Would like to trade for a set of black or dark grey short reach aero recessed nut. Not really interested in speedys.



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I'm asking for a friend: need 3 of those "break-away" black plastic Top Tube cable guides for a Cannondale. I found some at an LBS years ago but the shop no longer sells C-dales.
I have tons to trade and I bet my pal has even more!
3D printed? https://www.shapeways.com/product/DV...le-cable-guide
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I have a set of NOS Modolo/Sachs Rival short reach, in grey. Identical to those, but I do not have levers.



I can't use them because they are too short.
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I have a rare set of Modolo "Ole" brakes and levers aero with recessed nut short reach. Would like to trade for a set of black or dark grey short reach aero recessed nut. Not really interested in speedys.



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HUH! thanks for that tip, I will pass this along...it's that brave new world of a 3D printed future that they promised!
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HUH! thanks for that tip, I will pass this along...it's that brave new world of a 3D printed future that they promised!
Yeah, I whipped up one of the super elusive Huret RD washers and had it 3D printed. Bright new future I upon us.
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