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Old 12-25-18, 11:26 PM
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ISO Suntour Cyclone first gen RD body. Will take a whole component. Any cage length. Have same RD minus the one spring that doesn't seem to be replaceable, so missing mounting bolt, clamp bolt, or cage is OK.
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Old 12-29-18, 03:43 PM
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ISO Shimano Brake Pads

Looking for a set of brake pads for 80s Shimano 600 brake calipers.


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Old 12-29-18, 04:42 PM
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ISO Suntour Cyclone first gen RD body. Will take a whole component. Any cage length. Have same RD minus the one spring that doesn't seem to be replaceable, so missing mounting bolt, clamp bolt, or cage is OK.
Calling @Prowler . @stausty , you need to find out how he "fixed" a broken Cyclone cage spring. It seems to be a weakness of that spring. (I've broken two, or maybe three. Looked into getting some made by a custom spring manufacturer but couldnt get enough buy-in from BF members to help spread the cost.)
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Hope everyone had an excellent Christmas/Hannukah/Kwanza/Festivus, and is ready to ring in 2019.

I went and added a teeny bit to my project list, and find myself with a freshly repainted bicycle that needs a couple parts. I find myself needing a Sturmey Archer 3-speed hub (with no coaster brake). Would prefer alloy, but not going to be fussy as long as the spoke holes are sound and there's no rust. Can be either 36 or 40 holes, but 36 will give me more rim choices. Putting this sought item on hold until I figure something out.

Also looking for a 25.4 handlebar that would look appropriate on a 3-speed... either a bar with low to moderate rise, or some variation of North Road that doesn't lay flat.

I have a bunch of Sunshine hubs, a couple SA 3-speed hubs with coaster brakes, an assortment of quick release levers, a few stems, and some other odds and ends that I could trade. I'm pretty resourceful, so I'm pretty sure something could be worked out.

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Iso stronglight crank puller

Need a puller for a model 63 super competiton crankset. Desperate to get this project finished.
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Old 12-31-18, 04:23 PM
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Need a puller for a model 63 super competiton crankset. Desperate to get this project finished.
Looks like this crank requires the 23.5 Stronglight remover. If so, is a loaner ok? If you can't find it local to wherever you are, I'm willing to send mine to you for your project, as long as I get it back.
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Old 12-31-18, 04:26 PM
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Looks like this crank requires the 23.5 Stronglight remover. If so, is a loaner ok? If you can't find it local to wherever you are, I'm willing to send mine to you for your project, as long as I get it back.
a loaner would work. Isn't one locally. Just need to get these cranks off to be re-tapped. I could paypal you a deposit or money for your time/ effort.
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a loaner would work. Isn't one locally. Just need to get these cranks off to be re-tapped. I could paypal you a deposit or money for your time/ effort.
Where are you located? Someone here may live close and have a loaner.
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Where are you located? Someone here may live close and have a loaner.
i am in gaineville fl
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also, it occurs to me that I need a set of thumb shifters, and brake levers that are appropriate for a classic 3-speed look.

again, I have same things to offer as stated in post 855.
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In search of Mafac Competition front calipers (preferably w/ cable) to purchase. If one doesn’t turn up, I’d settle for a Racer. Front cable hanger would be cool too!

If trades interest you, I still have various items of possible interest available.


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Old 01-02-19, 02:44 PM
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Hope everyone had an excellent Christmas/Hannukah/Kwanza/Festivus, and is ready to ring in 2019.

I went and added a teeny bit to my project list, and find myself with a freshly repainted bicycle that needs a couple parts. I find myself needing a Sturmey Archer 3-speed hub (with no coaster brake). Would prefer alloy, but not going to be fussy as long as the spoke holes are sound and there's no rust. Can be either 36 or 40 holes, but 36 will give me more rim choices. Putting this sought item on hold until I figure something out.

Also looking for a 25.4 handlebar that would look appropriate on a 3-speed... either a bar with low to moderate rise, or some variation of North Road that doesn't lay flat.

I have a bunch of Sunshine hubs, a couple SA 3-speed hubs with coaster brakes, an assortment of quick release levers, a few stems, and some other odds and ends that I could trade. I'm pretty resourceful, so I'm pretty sure something could be worked out.

Thanks.
Handle bar I mentioned. A Wild in excellent shape and a direct copy for the 3 speed bars.


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Old 01-02-19, 11:58 PM
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Anyone got a Suntour Blue Line rear derailleur they want to part with?
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Anyone got a Suntour Blue Line rear derailleur they want to part with?
I have a spare, but it needs a mounting bolt. PM if interested.
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Anyone got a Suntour Blue Line rear derailleur they want to part with?
I do. Email me at [email protected]
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I have a spare, but it needs a mounting bolt. PM if interested.
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In search of Mafac Competition front calipers (preferably w/ cable) to purchase. If one doesn’t turn up, I’d settle for a Racer. Front cable hanger would be cool too!
I think I've got a Racer. I know based on the stream of parts you've sold recently that you probably have something I'd be interested in trading it for.

You should check with @gugie to see if he has a Competition available. He's got a guy in France who regularly sells him Mafacs. I think he's probably also got a front hanger.
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I think I've got a Racer. I know based on the stream of parts you've sold recently that you probably have something I'd be interested in trading it for.

You should check with @gugie to see if he has a Competition available. He's got a guy in France who regularly sells him Mafacs. I think he's probably also got a front hanger.
Hopefully I hear from this French connection soon, otherwise you’ve got my attention about the Racer. I will say though that through the stream, my surplus is now running thinner, and dare I say maybe a little “less interesting.”

Happy side note: today’s scrounge at the co-op turned up a hanger!
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1984 Lotus Eclair (Tange Mangalloy Touring Bike)

NYC and Surrounding Areas Preferred (but flexible)

(please see post below for pic!)

For Trade:Rare 1984 Eclair Touring Bike - Large Size (i believe 56-58cm crank to top tube , need to remeasure)
Great for a rider over 6ft.

Brazed Tange Mangalloy Frame and Fork-

forged drop outs w/ double eyelets, top tube cable guides, bottom bracket cable guides, 2 pair of brazed-on bottle bosses, shifter bosses on down tube, chain hanger peg, rack mounts and brake cable bridge support , braze-ons in front fork blades for low-mount rack

Rides like a charm, but too big for me..

Shimano Deore Front derailleur, chain wheel, shifters, and pedals are all original and are amazingly smooth. Pedaling on this thing feels like pedaling on a cloud and really allows cadence to
build up nicely with the smoothness of those
cranks and sweet pedals.

Dia-Compe Cantilever Brakes

Brand new New Nitto drop bars (not shown in current pic) and recently tuned up
by a professional bike shop.

The only Flaw on this bike is a slightly bent fork and the fact that the rear derailleur was replaced before I got it and unfortunately does not come with the deore rear derailleur, but shifts like a charm still. I had the bike tuned professionaly by my bike shop after i bent the fork and it rides fine as is, they advised me it will still hold up through much more as is- but the fork can also be replaced of course if you prefer. Right now its just a hair off and causes a slight sway when riding no hands but that's it!

I'm willing to take a loss on this super cool
bike and open to all offers- I want to see it wind up in good hands and being used as it should.

I'm looking for a simple solid vintage mtb , open to 18-20 inch frames - open to trek singletracks, specialized rockhopper/stumpjumpers, gt timberline/karakoram/avalache etc, schwinn high sierra, and more! also open to hybrids, vintage tourers, and tough road bikes

Will consider any offer and would love to answer any questions!! I am away from
home for a couple of days but will also provide proper measurements and a lot more pics once I get home! !

Hope I can find this bike a better home (pic in next post, many more to come)

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Shimano stem cap for 600 or dura ace
Shimano 600 6207 rear derailleur

WTT: CASH

I know there are reproduction caps on eBay but I dont want those.

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ISO campy QR skewers to fit Victory hubs. Front and rear. 120/126.

Not sure what fair market value is on those but I do have a 90mm Cinelli 1a stem and an old Concor America Super Corsa to trade .
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ISO campy QR skewers to fit Victory hubs. Front and rear. 120/126.

Not sure what fair market value is on those but I do have a 90mm Cinelli 1a stem and an old Concor America Super Corsa to trade .
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Thanks but I think I've got a lead on some already. Will let you know if it falls through.
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