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Old 12-10-18, 09:33 PM
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Hey all,

im looking to switch components around on some bikes I have. To get it started I need: XT Deore FD from the early 2000’s.

top pull, able to handle 31.8 tubing.

Have to trade: lots of whatever!

Thank you, Thank you...
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Wanted:
Vintage Suntour jersey. Depicted from cyberspace but represents what I'm seeking. (Not interested in the green shag rug :=)

Trade or outright$. Have 60s-80s era parts, wheels, hubs, derailleurs, brakes, possibly toss a choice of framesets in the mix, etc.. Please ask.

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Old 12-12-18, 03:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Pynchonite View Post
ISO Mafac straddle cable, rear pivot bolt. I've got a front that I want to convert and that needs a straddle cable.
Are you looking for the end that's a stop (the one at the right in the pic) or the cinch-down end?
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Originally Posted by crank_addict View Post
Until you posted that pic, I was not aware that I desperately also wanted one of those.
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Originally Posted by jj1091 View Post
Are you looking for the end that's a stop (the one at the right in the pic) or the cinch-down end?
I have that stuff. I bought a Peugot to build up for my wife, was missing Mafac parts, and it was cheaper for me to buy a bunch of Mafacs from ebay than individual parts. I probably cannot look until tomorrow (work today, then straight to nighttime bike ride)EDIT; Just LMK in case "jj1091" doesn't have what you need

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Old 12-12-18, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by jj1091 View Post
Are you looking for the end that's a stop (the one at the right in the pic) or the cinch-down end?
I need the cinch-down end. And ideally the center pivot that attaches to the brake bridge. I think I could cut and die the bolt for the front but I'd rather not. Thanks!
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Old 12-12-18, 02:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Pynchonite View Post
I need the cinch-down end. And ideally the center pivot that attaches to the brake bridge. I think I could cut and die the bolt for the front but I'd rather not. Thanks!
I've got both parts. I can send you the rear brake bridge bolt with the concave clamp pieces and washer and nut, and also the straddle cable cinch bolt, which I'll send with the straddle cable and other end already attached. Just PM me your address and I'll send it out to you.
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Old 12-12-18, 07:06 PM
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Originally Posted by jeirvine View Post
Until you posted that pic, I was not aware that I desperately also wanted one of those.
Good luck to both of you, The chinese counterfitters should be all over this.
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Originally Posted by Ex Pres View Post

if I understand correctly, you're using a 6s shifter? The 7s freewheel wasn't going to work, as it has 5mm cog spacing. A 6s shifter shifts ~5.5mm cog spacing.
But you could use a 7s shifter with a 6s ultra-spaced freewheel. I'm setting up one of those right now.
I think the answer is friction shifting with a 6-spd FW. That's what I would do...
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Old 12-13-18, 12:47 PM
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Definitely not vintage, but why not buy an Oregon Cyclewear jersey and let Spectrum Embroidery chain stitch the logo?

Originally Posted by crank_addict View Post
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Vintage Suntour jersey. Depicted from cyberspace but represents what I'm seeking. (Not interested in the green shag rug :=)

Trade or outright$. Have 60s-80s era parts, wheels, hubs, derailleurs, brakes, possibly toss a choice of framesets in the mix, etc.. Please ask.

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Old 12-13-18, 01:48 PM
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow View Post
Hey all,

im looking to switch components around on some bikes I have. To get it started I need: XT Deore FD from the early 2000’s.

top pull, able to handle 31.8 tubing.

Have to trade: lots of whatever!

Thank you, Thank you...
I thought I had you covered, but mine is bottom pull.
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Old 12-14-18, 08:57 AM
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Originally Posted by dweenk View Post
I thought I had you covered, but mine is bottom pull.
All cool, I got an exact match NOS one for Christmas from the family! The Bianchi is gonna rock this spring, summer, fall, winter season!
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Old 12-14-18, 12:17 PM
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ISO: 36h Clincher rims to build with DA 7400 hubs.
Anything in silver or dark anodized. Just looking for the hoops.

Trade?....cash

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Old 12-14-18, 04:27 PM
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ISO Campagnolo NR RD grub screw part 812/ 1A

Pat 73 RD is missing grub screw 812/ 1A. Any ideas on where to source one. I have lots of stuff to trade.

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Are you looking for vintage rims or something newer?

Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
ISO: 36h Clincher rims to build with DA 7400 hubs.
Anything in silver or dark anodized. Just looking for the hoops.

Ill trade my NOS DA 7400 Rear Hub.
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Originally Posted by tyler_fred View Post
Are you looking for vintage rims or something newer?


Preferbaly something more vintage to go on a 80s Bottecchia.

Rear Hub sold so i can use funds towards buying hoops.
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Preferbaly something more vintage to go on a 80s Bottecchia.

Rear Hub sold so i can use funds towards buying hoops.
I’m going through surplus getting ready to sell what I can. There’s more in the closet. All vintage. Some 27” and some 700c. Some orphans, and some marched pairs. Are you looking for anything more specific than 36h clincher? I could take a look through and see if I have anything that might work for you.


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Originally Posted by Stevensb View Post
Pat 73 RD is missing grub screw 812/ 1A. Any ideas on where to source one. I have lots of stuff to trade.

Thanks.

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@deux jambes

pm me when you've sorted thru the stash ��
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That's very generous @drillium_dude.

Thank you and Merry Christmas to you as well.

Cheers.

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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post


I’m going through surplus getting ready to sell what I can. There’s more in the closet. All vintage. Some 27” and some 700c. Some orphans, and some marched pairs. Are you looking for anything more specific than 36h clincher? I could take a look through and see if I have anything that might work for you.


I would be interested in some rims once you take care of malcala. Interesting that he and I are both in LA
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@mech986 hi neighbor. We're at minimum 8 miles from each other.
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@mech986 hi neighbor. We're at minimum 8 miles from each other.
Thats like an hour LA travel time right?
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs View Post


Thats like an hour LA travel time right?
Yes lol
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I have three silver 700c rims I'm not using. One is Sun CR18, the other two are Araya from the 80s. All are 36h.
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