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Old 01-14-19, 12:57 PM
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
ISO:
27.2 seat post for a late 70's Raleigh
Metal dust caps for Superbe Pro cranks
-(don't have to be Suntour, any shiny metal will do)
Got a not-to-ugly 27.2 fluted Sugino.





Re: Metal Dust Caps, I've got these on two sets of cranks. eBay $15 shipped. https://www.ebay.com/itm/DUST-CAPS-f...W/223165251479
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I tried the 175mm crankset on my Trek 930. It’s the 5 bolt pattern one. Really love the bike but think the crank length is messing with my knees. I’m used to a 170mm length.

ISO: 170mm STX 5 bolt pattern crank, just the arms. I really want to keep the neat rock-ring on the bike.

Have same but in 175mm length. Great condition

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EDIT: found!

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ISO: derailleur pivot stop for a Suntour Cyclone GT

This is the little screw-in post which provides a stop for the derailleur pulley pivot--- not sure what the technical term is, but in the pic below it would screw into the small hole in the upper pulley pivot. Just to the left of the cap inscribed "Suntour Patent"

Thought I might have something in the parts bin, but no luck! I imagine that the same part from other suntour derailleurs from the same era might fit....

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Originally Posted by no67el View Post
ISO: derailleur pivot stop for a Suntour Cyclone GT

This is the little screw-in post which provides a stop for the derailleur pulley pivot--- not sure what the technical term is, but in the pic below it would screw into the small hole in the upper pulley pivot. Just to the left of the cap inscribed "Suntour Patent"

Thought I might have something in the parts bin, but no luck! I imagine that the same part from other suntour derailleurs from the same era might fit....

It's a cage stop pin. I have one from a Suntour arx. PM your address and I'll send it to you.
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@3speedslow, I'm the same way. I can't get comfortable with 175mm cranks. If my cranks are 170mm or shorter, I don't notice anything. I'm amazed I can even notice when they are 172.5mm, because it's such a tiny bit extra. I have one bike with 155mm cranks, and it's fine for me, and that's a surprise, too.
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Old 01-15-19, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
@3speedslow, I'm the same way. I can't get comfortable with 175mm cranks. If my cranks are 170mm or shorter, I don't notice anything. I'm amazed I can even notice when they are 172.5mm, because it's such a tiny bit extra. I have one bike with 155mm cranks, and it's fine for me, and that's a surprise, too.
Ditto - went from 170 to 172.5 on one bike and it really messed my comfort zone and cadence on climbs. Interestingly, though, I'm perfectly fine with 175's on my mountain bikes.
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Originally Posted by scozim View Post
Ditto - went from 170 to 172.5 on one bike and it really messed my comfort zone and cadence on climbs. Interestingly, though, I'm perfectly fine with 175's on my mountain bikes.
I think you probably stand a lot when you pedal. I wouldnt say I use my new to me MTB like I should but on the road more. I cant bump and jump so much anymore but like the MTB ride. Sitting down for lengths of time has the top of my knees aching just after a few days rolling around.double checked the fit to before I started. Really like the Trek and hoping to find a match to the STX crank in 170.
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
@3speedslow, I'm the same way. I can't get comfortable with 175mm cranks. If my cranks are 170mm or shorter, I don't notice anything. I'm amazed I can even notice when they are 172.5mm, because it's such a tiny bit extra. I have one bike with 155mm cranks, and it's fine for me, and that's a surprise, too.
well I gave it the old college try but found my knees protesting after a few fun filled days. These dang knees are mighty picky now! Ive read where if you go up, it might cause trouble but if you size down, not so much.

Thanks for caring!
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow View Post

I tried the 175mm crankset on my Trek 930. Its the 5 bolt pattern one. Really love the bike but think the crank length is messing with my knees. Im used to a 170mm length.

ISO: 170mm STX 5 bolt pattern crank, just the arms. I really want to keep the neat rock-ring on the bike.

Have same but in 175mm length. Great condition

Thanks, 3SS
Bikewagon on ebay has some drive side STX arms in 170mm. I'd double check those part numbers and bolt patterns before ordering though, I recall at least one version of those cranks has an odd spider that is not compatible with anything. If you're not too picky you could run a basic replacement non-drive side crank. I feel the 175mm knee pain, hard to find mountain triples in 170. Especially compact drive 94bcd stuff.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Shimano-STX...dsB:rk:14:pf:0

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Shimano-STX...vXW:rk:10:pf:0

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Shimano-STX...frcectupt=true
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Hub Cap

I am in need of a hub cap, rear wheel drive side, for a wheel with Mavic MA 2 rims and 105/6 speed hub. Any body have one or suggestions to find one?

Wheel missing rear drive side cap


rear non drive side with cap
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Ready for surgery.


Miles of therapy needed for a full recovery.
All,

went back to the dark dark bin honey hole and pulled out a STX 170mm right side crank! Found a left which closely resembles the left and called it good. Couple bucks, a switch using the 170 arms and my original chainrings and I am good. Blasted around town later for a hoot!

Thanks to all who responded with helpful suggestions and empathy.
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Originally Posted by Vintage_Cyclist View Post
Got a not-to-ugly 27.2 fluted Sugino.





Re: Metal Dust Caps, I've got these on two sets of cranks. eBay $15 shipped. https://www.ebay.com/itm/DUST-CAPS-f...W/223165251479
Thanks. I'll look at the Indy swap meet for a post (I'm not even sure exactly what I want), and probably go to eFray for those caps.


A guy at Brazen wanted 20.00 each for used Suntours. I could have gotten NOS Campy for about that.
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ISO:

Left aero brake lever - Shiman0 BL-6403. Mine rattles really bad. The right one is fine. Chrome finish like the photo below.

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Hmmmm.
All of the 6403's I've seen have had the gray finish. Sure that's what they are? Kinda look like BL-R600's, which use the same lever body but different blades.
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Hmmmm.
All of the 6403's I've seen have had the gray finish. Sure that's what they are? Kinda look like BL-R600's, which use the same lever body but different blades.
I was a little surprised too. Pulled the hoods back and they both said 6403 on them.
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ISO, one 116 BCD 3-bolt chainring for 3/32 chain, 39 teeth or fewer. A critical requirement - either needs the bolt holes to be threaded, or would also need bolts and threaded receiving ends:

this concept, but sized to fit openings of the bolt hole.

Also, ISO: a sprung leather saddle (b-72 or flyer-ish) that isn't beat. Would prefer black.
a clamp on double cable stop
a clamp on double cable guide

I have... stuff.
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ISO, one 116 BCD 3-bolt chainring for 3/32 chain, 39 teeth or fewer. A critical requirement - either needs the bolt holes to be threaded, or would also need bolts and threaded receiving ends:

this concept, but sized to fit openings of the bolt hole.

Also, ISO: a sprung leather saddle (b-72 or flyer-ish) that isn't beat. Would prefer black.
a clamp on double cable stop
a clamp on double cable guide

I have... stuff.
i am heading back to my bins for check. Might have all those things. Cable items... brand?

Let you know tomorrow.
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i am heading back to my bins for check. Might have all those things. Cable items... brand?

Let you know tomorrow.
Merci mille fois, Monsieur. No preference on brands for the cable stops/guides. Would happily use whatever is available. The bike it's going on is a gold 60's Lenton Sports that I'm setting up as a 10 speed for my wife that will hopefully retain the vibe of the era. The saddle is going on another bike (the same one as the bars).
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ISO:

Super Record crankset 170mm; 52t/42t; CPSC

Getting ready to pull the trigger on eBay
within a of couple days, but thought Id put the feelers out here once more first.

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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post
ISO:

Super Record crankset 170mm; 52t/42t; CPSC

Getting ready to pull the trigger on eBay
within a of couple days, but thought Id put the feelers out here once more first.

You should have kept one of the Sugino Mighty's to go with the Cyclones.
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You should have kept one of the Sugino Mighty's to go with the Cyclones.
If Id known what the future held (Eisentraut) I might of kept the Mighty Tour. The quest for a Campy SR is with the Gary Hale in mind. Aside from a seat post its the last component that bike needs before the rebuild.
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That seatpost you need...aero or straight?
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That seatpost you need...aero or straight?
Straight, fluted, one bolt version. The post thats in the tube now is 27mm. What I need to do is spec the tube with calipers to see if itd take a 27.2 mm post. I know I can shave a post or ream the tube if I have to, but I like to avoid that as much as possible.
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Straight, fluted, one bolt version. The post thats in the tube now is 27mm. What I need to do is spec the tube with calipers to see if itd take a 27.2 mm post. I know I can shave a post or ream the tube if I have to, but I like to avoid that as much as possible.
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