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Old 03-01-18, 12:53 AM
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ISO this Sugino chainring in 50t size

I have this 52t 110 BCD Sugino chainring, but looking for a 50t exactly like it. Willing to trade the 52t, or I have all kinds of other odds and ends I could trade as well. Needs to be in pretty good shape. Please let me know if you have one. Thanks in advance!

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Old 03-01-18, 09:22 AM
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^ I have that ring in a 48t
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Old 03-01-18, 03:30 PM
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Anyone have an orphan Weinmann hood they want to trade? I need to make a pair.
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Old 03-01-18, 03:49 PM
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Looking for another of these as well. Have stuff to trade...
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Hey @3speedslow If you’re not stuck on black Dia-Compe I have some NOS gum that you can have for postage.

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^ I have that ring in a 48t
Yeah I've come across several in 48t on the bay, but can't seem to find a 50t without buying an entire crank set with it. The 50t seems to be a lot less common than the 48t and 52t.
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Need to resolve incompatibility issue with two options for trade
1. Campagnolo 9 speed cassette with spacers, no lock ring for 8 speed original cassette in good condition.
[IMG]Campagnolo 9 Speed Cassette, on Flickr[/IMG]

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2. Campagnolo Chorus/Record 32 hole rear hub with 8 speed original free hub for 8/9 speed Chorus/record rear hub.
[IMG]Chorus(?) 8 speed original, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Hey @3speedslow If you’re not stuck on black Dia-Compe I have some NOS gum that you can have for postage.

Cheers.

Brad
Brad, thanks for the offer! I already have gum on the Dawes which is being replaced. Truth, I have 3 black DC hoods and want to make another pair.

Thanks again for your offer !
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Looking for a few things:

- Front "randonneur style" rack, for non-cantilever bikes.

- Decaleur system

- 38t 130BCD chainring - silver. Have 40T for trade, stock on 85 Schwinn Tempo

- Dia-Compe 400/500 barrel adjuster. Mine seized in the sleeve and sheared off as I was trying to remove it. Looking for either the threaded adjuster itself or the whole barrel assembly. Thanks @niliraga !

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@abshipp , so the flat-sided sleeve is fine and you just need the threaded hollow bolt and its locknut? i have a spare i can throw in the mail, but as a posting newb here you'd have to walk me through how to get your DMs...

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@abshipp , looks like i need 10 posts before i can even read your message!
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@abshipp , looks like i need 10 posts before i can even read your message!
Ah rats, I was hoping that you would be able to see that.

Shoot me an email at redacted!

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Old 03-03-18, 08:24 AM
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Looking for a Suntour MTB stem like this. Lots to trade.

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^ Thanks, thats a nice looking stem. I need the Suntour model though to go period correct on this build:

1986 Redline Conquest Escape Vehicle
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ISO: Suntour 6 speed freewheel. In the midst of overhauling a 1980's Univega Viva Sport.
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ISO: Suntour 6 speed freewheel. In the midst of overhauling a 1980's Univega Viva Sport.
What range are you looking for?
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What range are you looking for?
13-32t or 14-34t
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Spidel FD

I'm looking for a Spidel SLJ front derailleur, is a Simplex of the same model with a different stricker. This is for my '81 Peugeot PX10 build.

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ISO: Schwinn (or similar) rear brake cable guide pulley for low-step/mixte frames with built-in cable stop, similar to what is seen in this post. Please PM if you have one for sale or would like to trade.
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Shimano 6208 componens

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The 87 SS came with a complete Shimano 600 6208 series group- the whole dealio. Have seen some different rims on different bikes, but everything else in the drivetrain (hubs, freewheel, derailleurs, crankset, brake levers and calipers) was 6208. Lots of that out there, mostly individual pieces. Watch out for shifters that have all or most of the indexing tabs broken off, a very common problem that renders them useless.
Hey Doc,
I've been hunting on ebay and you are correct about lots of individual pieces available. I purchased a wheelset from another BF member. I think the freewheel hub is a shimano 6400. Not sure if that will be compatible with 6208 6 sp components. Also, I'm not seeing very many cranksets on ebay and they usually don't come with a bottom bracket and not labeled as 6208 like the other components. Any insights on your part welcomed.
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I have a polished FC-6207 crank available if you decide to go that route.
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The Shimano 600 group sold in 1987 was a combination of 6207 and 6208 parts. The indexed shifters, RD and brake levers had 6208 part numbers, but everything else was marked 6207.

Hubs should be 6207 and would be freewheel, not freehub. You can make a 6400 freehub work with 6 cogs and the correct spacers. There's a guy on eBay who will make you a set of spacers to fit; he's a machinist who sells tools and spacers. You can find him by looking up shims/spacers on eBay.
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Awesome! thanks doc. My 89 Tempo has indexed shifters. I love them.
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9volt, thank you. I may take you up on that offer. I don't see very many 6207 cranksets on ebay right now, or maybe my search query was incorrect. I was searching for "Shimano 6208 crankset"
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