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Old 10-22-18, 11:54 AM
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Second item in case someone has it.

a fork mounted cable adjuster, in black. I know Tecktro has one available. Plans for a cockpit change on my Axis involve removing the steerer tube cable adjuster.

Have: the usual suspects!

for all consideration, Thanks!

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FOUND!!! THANK YOU!!!!!!


What I have TO TRADE:
Stronglight 93 cranks, 175mm length, 9/16 - 20 pedal thread.

What I am LOOKING FOR: In similar condition, Stronglight 93 cranks in a 170mm length. I'll take French pedal threads, but would greatly prefer the same 9/16 - 20 thread.

FOUND! THANK YOU!!!!!!

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Old 10-23-18, 11:01 AM
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Originally Posted by hazetguy View Post
What I have TO TRADE: Stronglight 93 cranks, 175mm length, 9/16 - 20 pedal thread.

What I am LOOKING FOR: In similar condition, Stronglight 93 cranks in a 170mm length. I'll take French pedal threads, but would greatly prefer the same 9/16 - 20 thread.

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Stronglight 93 Cranks, For TRADE ONLY
I have a pair in 170. PM sent.
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ISO:

- Campy front skewer to match one of these rear skewers
- 26.4 Fork crown race that's compatible with a Shimano 600 headset
- Campy NR headset adjustable cup, English thread
- Decent lugged fork w/ at least 6.5" steerer; white, chrome, light blue or purple!

HAVE: Rear Campy skewer, tricks and treats.

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Originally Posted by jethin View Post
ISO:

- Campy front skewer to match one of these rear skewers
- 26.4 Fork crown race that's compatible with a Shimano 600 headset
- Campy NR headset adjustable cup, English thread
- Decent lugged fork w/ at least 6.5" steerer; white, chrome, light blue or purple!

HAVE: Rear Campy skewer, tricks and treats.
have a Miyata fork with a shimano 600 crown race. have to check lenght, but it came from a 58 cm frame. it is medium to dark blue
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ISO: French goodness.

I'd like to pair an upper end French FD/RD with my Bernard Carre frame. Something mechanically sound, but showing some patina so they don't look out of place on a frame that I definitely don't plan to repaint, and is showing a few battle scars. I'll be running friction in 5/6, or possibly 7.

Have to trade: Lots of Japanese stuff - ask. PM please.
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ISO: 7-speed Shimano brifters, either Sora, RSX, or anything else that’s Shimano-compatible. I really only need the rear 7-speed brifter if it’s Sora as I have access to plenty of Sora triple fronts brifters, but happy to buy a pair if they’re in decent condition. This is for a friend’s mid-80’s Rodriguez that he’s not sure he wants to spread for an 8-speed hub. He’s new to road cycling, and I haven’t convinced him yet that the bar-ends on it now might actually be better in the long run.

Available to trade:
SR Mighty double crankset, 171 arms, 42-52 rings, and corresponding Sugino BB
Weinmann Carrera brake calipers (medium reach)
9cm Specialized stem, made by Nitto
Crank Brothers Candy pedals
Lots more

This request has also been posted as WTB in the C&V Sales sub-forum, so either buy or trade are fine.
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Little off the usual but thought I would give the crowd a try. Looking through the search threads shows a few of you have experience with the early- mid 2000’s Schwinn fastback bike’s. I am looking for a project frame, 54cm in size and ideally with the original CF fork or maybe a chromoly one. nlightened gold, platinum standard tubing would be fine.

You can PM me if one of these is hanging out in your dark corner, it’ll spare others from this OT topic search!

Have: On topic steel frames or nice components

Thanks for reading! 3SS
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Colnago/Ambrosio rim

FOUND AND ACQUIRED!
I think these are going to be as common as hens teeth but I have to try...
Original equipment on my Colnago Titanio, with full chorus. The rear is way beyond my skills so if there is a new or even used but straight one out there, let's negotiate...
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Originally Posted by Dfrost View Post
ISO: 7-speed Shimano brifters, either Sora, RSX, or anything else that’s Shimano-compatible. I really only need the rear 7-speed brifter if it’s Sora as I have access to plenty of Sora triple fronts brifters, but happy to buy a pair if they’re in decent condition. This is for a friend’s mid-80’s Rodriguez that he’s not sure he wants to spread for an 8-speed hub. He’s new to road cycling, and I haven’t convinced him yet that the bar-ends on it now might actually be better in the long run.
Have you considered the Cadillac solution -- 8-speed Campy ergos and derailleurs with a 7-speed Shimano cassette? The sticker shock alone might convince him to give his bar-ends a try. In any event, Campy seems much better for a Rodriguez than Sora.
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Have you considered the Cadillac solution -- 8-speed Campy ergos and derailleurs with a 7-speed Shimano cassette? The sticker shock alone might convince him to give his bar-ends a try. In any event, Campy seems much better for a Rodriguez than Sora.
Thanks for those thoughts, Andy. You can be sure I considered one of my Sachs Ergo sets, but I’m not willing to give up my last medium cage New Success RD, which wouldn’t have enough chain take-up for the range of gears he wants, anyway.

The Rodriguez owner is newly back to road riding after a multi-decade break, but he is a very devout gym spin cyclist. I was actually quite surprised that he went for the Rodriguez frame we found at Bike Works, and doubt he’d care about the ‘correctness’ of Campy on it. That we were able to get the bike for a screaming deal didn’t hurt. Thanks to @RiddleOfSteel’s help, we found a perfect touch up paint for the dings in the metallic deep blue paint. The gold cable housings I had on-hand look great with the gold/red decals, too. No photos yet.
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Looking To Trade a 35mm front Derailler clamp for a 28.6


I have a couple of Suntour 35mm clamp on front deraillers that I would like to trade for 28.6 clamp on front deraillers if anyone is interested.
Thanks, budzos

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Originally Posted by MiloFrance View Post
I think these are going to be as common as hens teeth but I have to try...
Original equipment on my Colnago Titanio, with full chorus. The rear is way beyond my skills so if there is a new or even used but straight one out there, let's negotiate...
Thanks
Milo

There's one available on ebay, pricey, $111.34 from France. Doesn't have the Colnago decal, but for only $33 more you can get the decals.

​​​​​​https://www.ebay.com/i/202446080404?chn=ps
​​​​​​https://www.ebay.com/i/201929250423?chn=ps
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Thank you @jj1091, missed that one!. Steep but NOS. Bought it.
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Thank you @jj1091, missed that one!. Steep but NOS. Bought it.
Good news. Looks like you got a little discount on it.
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Good news. Looks like you got a little discount on it.
Just went to the .fr of the bay, and that was the price! Stickers are a bit steep though. I'll rebuild the old wheel first
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I have a 1987 Trek 400 Elance for sale or trade. Details in this post: The frame doesn't fit pass-around game

I also have a 27" Paris Sport frame (French) for sale or trade. Weighs 10 pounds as pictured. Pics here: https://flic.kr/s/aHskLJyZqq

Trade for: misc PX-10 parts? Greenbacks? and I'm still looking for a Shimano 27.2 6400-A seatpost (non-aero, not AX), see pic below.

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Right now, I am having issues with pictures and Windows Edge.
PM's only. PM's only. I'll get pics but probably not until next week.

Have:
NIB Shimano R7000 carbon SPD-SL pedals with cleats. Bought by mistake.

99/00 Serotta Atlanta frame/fork. S/N: 52-2174. I measured it as 52.75x53, but go figure. Carbon F1 fork.
Has scrapes under the TT and a bit on one side of the TT, some scuffs on the fork.
Too small for me, or I'd have the local PPG store mix me some touch up paint.

89 Schwinn Paramount frame/fork. S/N: 570 SWB 89063. Dark red metallic. A few scuffs, just too big for me.

6800 group[, to include 172.5 53/39, crankset, no BB, braze-on FD, RD, STI's, calipers. New takeoff/really clean mix. It's just come up extra.

Black 5700 sorta group, classic look, modern kit, to include FD (clamp-on 31.8), RD, 2/3 x 10 DT shifters (DA 7800), FSA Team Issue Carbon crankset w/6500 BB, Axis 2.0 calipers in slate, or Ultegra 6500 calipers. I have some black calipers by Tektro, Cannondale branded, that look good but I'm not a fan of them.

Suntour GPX group, to include 2x7 shifters, 28.6 FD, short cage RD, calipers, brake levers w/white hoods, crankset, BB, hubs laced to polished M21 tubular rims, pedals (no clips, uses "standard" clips), and skewers. Suntour freewheel mounted is 7sp 13-28.

Sachs/Modolo 2x7 group[/B], to inclue 2x7 shifters, 28.6 FD, short cage Rd, calipers, brake levers w/white hoods. I have R crank arms, 170, nice w/rings, but the L crank arm is solidly fixed to a BB spindle.

Bontrager RXL rear, RL front, match fairly close, black. Recently rebuilt. Front is polished aero spokes, Rear is polished round spokes. 8/9/10.

Velocity Road V rims, silver, laced to upper end Origin8 hubs (high polish) with pair spoke design, but 28 spoke, very sturdy. Handbuilt by Gary at TLC bikes in Raleigh NC. Clydesdale strong.

Campagnolo Aero water bottle, no cage. I wouldn't drink out of it. Looks fine.

66-44 bars in great shape 26.4

66-42 bars in good shape 26.4

44cm ITM bars in great shape 25.4

100mm Cinelli XA stem in really nice condition 26.4 with white wedge PENDING

130mm Cinelli 1A stim in nice condition 26.4

Nitto Young 90mm in great condition 25.4

ITM Racing 90 stem, 100mm, in average condition (black with some scuffing) 25.4

Shimano 5800 RD (3). All SS. Varying condition from real nice to average.

ISO:
Campagnolo SR/NR FD, clamp-on 28.6 SECURED
Campagnolo SR/NR RD
Long cage converter kit for the RD
Campangnolo SR/NR DT shifters SECURED
Campagnolo NR/SR crankset/BB (English)
(Basically a mid-70's Campy drivetrain)

80mm carbon stem 31.8
90mm carbon stem 31.8

Dura Ace 9000 hoods.

Nice 25-28mm skinwall tubulars.

Veloflex Master 25 clinchers (skinwall)

A nice set of carbon 11-sp wheels. Prefer Aeolus, but will consider others. Nothing with a lot of wear. If you want multiple items, like a frame, the 6800 group, bars, stem, etc. I'm flexible and can add to the deal to make things square. Long shot, I know.

PM's only. PM's only. I'll get pics but probably not until next week.

Unsold items go to the 'Bay next week.
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ISO used electric Radbike or utility bike

I'm a disabled Navy Veteran that just started my own organic urban garden concentrating on microgreens. My goal is to be as sustainable and green as possible, so seeking an electric bike, trike or utility bike for my deliveries. Thanks!
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Looking for a cable hanger for headset. Preferably diacompe or suntour (if they made one). Or something to get me by. Like this. Lots of stuff or currency.

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Looking for a cable hanger for headset. Preferably diacompe or suntour (if they made one). Or something to get me by. Like this. Lots of stuff or currency.
I have these two - Shimano and DiaCompe

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I have these two - Shimano and DiaCompe

PM sent thanks!
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Mine does not have that lever, just a hole.
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Mine does not have that lever, just a hole.
Thanks for the offer as well Robbie. The quick release is good but just happy to find Dia Compe as cantis are.

I have a thing for bullmoose bars and picked up an 83' Diamond Back I need to break down and service so I figure now is time to do. It had one, but was part of a reflector mount. Yuck!

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Sweet bars! And that bike attached to them as well.
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