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Old 12-13-18, 01:48 PM
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
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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Originally Posted by dweenk
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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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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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.

Thanks.

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Are you looking for vintage rims or something newer?

Originally Posted by malcala622
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
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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Originally Posted by malcala622
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
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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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


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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Originally Posted by malcala622
@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


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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Originally Posted by jeirvine
until you posted that pic, i was not aware that i desperately also wanted one of those.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
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Soigneur in NZ does "Semi-Custom" wool jerseys. One could easily email them the SunTour graphics and have something made that would be close. I've been kicking around the idea of a full merino QuickStep Floors jersey.
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Originally Posted by scozim
I have a set of Ultegra 9 spd (ST-6501) brifters that came off the Cannondale "fire bike" project I had. I'm not a fan of these brifters. They have some smoke staining and some scuff marks on them but overall seem to be in good shape. The rubber on the hoods didn't melt at all from the heat in the guys shed.

I'm looking for either Simplex Retrofriction downtube shifters or a decent Vetta TT Tri Shock saddle or Avocet O2 Air 40R saddle. Original Sampson Stratics clipless pedals from the 90's would be ideal.





i so could use these for my Schwinn hybrid CX bike! Is there anything else you are looking for?
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow


i so could use these for my Schwinn hybrid CX bike! Is there anything else you are looking for?
Not at this point - not in a big rush with some surgery coming up in 3 weeks
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Is there a gifted amateur here with the ability to print custom frame decals? The person I seek doesn't have to be that gifted, since the quality of the decals need not be especially high.

Here's the deal: I'm planning to take my disassembled, bundled, and bagged bike on Amtrak at the start and end of a tour. Although the bike I'll be using meets its stated size limit for a folding bike, Amtrak states that regardless of size, only "true folding bikes" are eligible for carry-on. Such "true folding bikes," the policy further states, "generally" have small wheels and hinges and latches.

Are 26" wheels "generally" small? It sounds to me like it's basically a judgement call on the part of the individual conductor. I would think that if a bike meets the folding-bike size requirement, that should be that, but I'm not a petty bureaucrat. (There's some additional discussion of this on the current "Stupid and dangerous, or just stupid?" thread.)

So it seems to me that a big downtube decal that said something like ACME TRUE FOLDING BIKE could be useful if someone questions the bike. I'd love to be able to zip open the carrying bag, point to the decal and say "You see? I told you it was a true folding bike." Even if it didn't get me on the train--and I bet it would--it would still be a fun argument to present. The decals would look fine in any generic block-lettering-type font.

It would also be fun to have a smaller sticker for the front of the top tube with a bogus model name--"Foldino" or something. Maybe even a head-tube sticker? The bike in question is a Surly Long Haul Trucker 26, but the decals and stick-on head badge were so hideous that I scraped them off right away. It's looked kind of naked since. Although I myself would rather be naked than clad in Surly graphics.

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I think @gugie has some experience with this.

Might I suggest a (temporary) Amtrak decal for the head tube. If you explain that this is the Amtrak Foldino model (out for Christmas), how can they say "no"?

Originally Posted by jonwvara
Is there a gifted amateur here with the ability to print custom frame decals? The person I seek doesn't have to be that gifted, since the quality of the decals need not be especially high.

Here's the deal: I'm planning to take my disassembled, bundled, and bagged bike on Amtrak at the start and end of a tour. Although the bike I'll be using meets its stated size limit for a folding bike, Amtrak states that regardless of size, only "true folding bikes" are eligible for carry-on. Such "true folding bikes," the policy further states, "generally" have small wheels and hinges and latches.

Are 26" wheels "generally" small? It sounds to me like it's basically a judgement call on the part of the individual conductor. I would think that if a bike meets the folding-bike size requirement, that should be that, but I'm not a petty bureaucrat. (There's some additional discussion of this on the current "Stupid and dangerous, or just stupid?" thread.)

So it seems to me that a big downtube decal that said something like ACME TRUE FOLDING BIKE could be useful if someone questions the bike. I'd love to be able to zip open the carrying bag, point to the decal and say "You see? I told you it was a true folding bike." Even if it didn't get me on the train--and I bet it would--it would still be a fun argument to present. The decals would look fine in any generic block-lettering-type font.

It would also be fun to have a smaller sticker for the front of the top tube with a bogus model name--"Foldino" or something. Maybe even a head-tube sticker? The bike in question is a Surly Long Haul Trucker 26, but the decals and stick-on head badge were so hideous that I scraped them off right away. It's looked kind of naked since. Although I myself would rather be naked than clad in Surly graphics.

I have various trade goods.
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Jon, @rhm also has done quite a few custom decals.
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Originally Posted by jonwvara
So it seems to me that a big downtube decal that said something like ACME TRUE FOLDING BIKE could be useful if someone questions the bike. I'd love to be able to zip open the carrying bag, point to the decal and say "You see? I told you it was a true folding bike." Even if it didn't get me on the train--and I bet it would--it would still be a fun argument to present. The decals would look fine in any generic block-lettering-type font.
Call it "Fold This".

And AFTER you get back, remind them of the number of "true" folding bikes (Montague, etc) that have 26" wheels front and rear.
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