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Old 01-19-19, 03:23 PM
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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.
for possibility, bolt holes are 91mm apart... 116 BCD? Cable stops and cable guide.



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Old 01-19-19, 04:48 PM
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for possibility, bolt holes are 91mm apart... 116 BCD? Cable stops and cable guide.



My Sutherlands is telling me that the chainrings you have are 106, vice 116 BCD. The distance between holes on 116 BCD is 101 mm.

The lower Huret double stop, and the SunTour guide would definitely form the combination I would need for the old bike. We can take details off the thread here.

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LOOKING to BUY/TRADE FOR:

ē TA Pro 5 Vis

Full crankset, or else arms, and chainrings (26t -50t) separately. Later version w/ 23 mm extractor. 170 mm, and English threaded (but open to French).

ALSO...

ē Shimano 105 (1055) 36h front & rear hubs.




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Old 01-20-19, 10:51 AM
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ISO: 27.0 seatpost

HAVE: Shiny things...
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Old 01-20-19, 11:30 AM
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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post
LOOKING to BUY/TRADE FOR:

ē TA Pro 5 Vis

Full crankset, or else arms, and chainrings (26t -50t) separately. Later version w/ 23 mm extractor. 170 mm, and English threaded (but open to French).
I'm pretty sure TA only had one extractor size (specific to TA), as opposed to Stronglight which went from a proprietary size to standard 22mm in the later years (at least on the mod. 99 crankset).

At any rate, I think I have a set to to trade and likely those rings. Need to check. Please PM to remind me.
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Old 01-20-19, 11:49 AM
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Originally Posted by nlerner View Post
I'm pretty sure TA only had one extractor size (specific to TA), as opposed to Stronglight which went from a proprietary size to standard 22mm in the later years (at least on the mod. 99 crankset).

At any rate, I think I have a set to to trade and likely those rings. Need to check. Please PM to remind me.
Thanks for the correction Neal. And PM sent
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My Aero Gran Compe Brakes an Levers for your non Aero Centerpulls


Need some brakes for my Trek 710. These are really cool but they won't reach.
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ISO: 27.0 seatpost

HAVE: Shiny things...
Have: a sort of cleaned up/rider Sugino SP-KC, fluted (scale), trade value I'll place at $10
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Need some brakes for my Trek 710. These are really cool but they won't reach.
Are you looking for sidepulls or centerpulls? Depending on the era, the latter would likely be period correct and super easy to find at any co-op. Short of that, a medium reach set of sidepulls?
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ISO Shimano Tri-Color 8-Speed DT Shifters

Hi folks,

Iím looking for a set of Shimano Tri-Color 8 speed down tube shifters. About 1.5 years ago, I acquired a 1988 Paramount 50th Anniversary Edition. It came with a full Tri-Color group right down to the pedals w/toe clips. However, it is has Tri-Color brifters, which as I understand it, werenít released until 1990. I donít know is the frame set was a late build, or the brifters were an upgrade, While I prefer using the brifters, Iíd like the OEM parts to keep it accurate even if I don't currently use them. I realize that this group not as popular as Dura Ace or Campagnolo, but itís the way it came and itís a regular rider.

For trades I have a small collection of vintage parts and access to more. Just let me know what you're looking forThanks & regards,

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ISO: silver quill stem that's 110mm and for 26.0 bars. Preferably Nitto since I have Nitto bars, but open to others. -17d and don't need much height. 100mm or 120mm also might work
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ISO junk french thread pedals, just need the spindles for a project, help, plz!
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ISO: silver quill stem that's 110mm and for 26.0 bars. Preferably Nitto since I have Nitto bars, but open to others. -17d and don't need much height. 100mm or 120mm also might work
How about this 3TTT, 120 X 26mm? It will polish up quite nicely with a little work. Bolt button pictured not included, but pretty sure I have a plain black one that fits.
Yours for $20 plus shipping...


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Anyone interested in these?


Shimano SIS light action thumb shift levers
I know nothing about this stuff (I'm a road bike guy and found these in my parts bin), but they are yours for the cost of shipping from 80246. We are moving and I need to clean stuff out!
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How about this 3TTT, 120 X 26mm? It will polish up quite nicely with a little work. Bolt button pictured not included, but pretty sure I have a plain black one that fits.
Yours for $20 plus shipping...


I've got a 100mm Dynamic on it's way to me that I'm going to try out. If that turns out to be too short them I'll get in touch. Thanks Doc!
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Anyone interested in these?


Shimano SIS light action thumb shift levers
I know nothing about this stuff (I'm a road bike guy and found these in my parts bin), but they are yours for the cost of shipping from 80246. We are moving and I need to clean stuff out!
If the rear is 7 speed I am interested. PM me please.
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ISO: Gazelle TVM Team Frame F/F

I know its a long shot but I have to find this frame.
Last frame i found didnt have the OEM fork so i passed on it.

Thanks in advance on any leads.
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re: SIS shifters- they have 7 distinct click settings when set to SIS, but only 6 marks (see picture)
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Another ISO....anybody have a 2mm-4mm bottom bracket spacer?
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How about 4 X 1mm spacers?
PM me with your mailing address if you want 'em.
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ISO Fork for my Gitane TDF early 70s - 60cm frame, 218mm steerer

It has been setting in my garage for so long now I need to build it up

A 25" fork would be fine, even something like a UO8 - I just picked up a 25x1 die so I can thread it down

Important thing is maintaining the excessive tire clearance so I can put on larger tires and fenders.

Just seeing if anyone has an extra fork laying around - started going down the repair path but first try was a fail.



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Bullmoose Bars

ISO Bullmoose Bars. Let me know thanx!
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ISO a coupla 175 left cranks

Hi all, I've been away for awhile...one of the stretches when life intervenes. I'm working on a couple MTB projects, and I find that I have 2 drive-side cranks for which I can't find the mates. I think I gave them away as replacements a long time ago. That was dumb. Anyway, looking for:
  • Shimano FC-MT60 (first gen Deore?) left crank in 175
  • Sakae CX left crank in 175
Looking for non-drive side in both. Finish doesn't matter, I can make it work. I have many bits to trade or can make arrangements. If you have an odd left lying around in either of these, I'll surely put it back out on the trail! Thanks, and feel free to PM.
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Looking to trade for a 90’s Trek MTB frame with good tubing and an 18” size. What do you need?

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00 View Post
Hi folks,

Iím looking for a set of Shimano Tri-Color 8 speed down tube shifters. About 1.5 years ago, I acquired a 1988 Paramount 50th Anniversary Edition. It came with a full Tri-Color group right down to the pedals w/toe clips. However, it is has Tri-Color brifters, which as I understand it, werenít released until 1990. I donít know is the frame set was a late build, or the brifters were an upgrade, While I prefer using the brifters, Iíd like the OEM parts to keep it accurate even if I don't currently use them. I realize that this group not as popular as Dura Ace or Campagnolo, but itís the way it came and itís a regular rider.

For trades I have a small collection of vintage parts and access to more. Just let me know what you're looking forThanks & regards,

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PM sent, I have what you are looking for.
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