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Old 01-25-19, 08:01 AM
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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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Searching for a 44cm set of drop bars with a 25mm clamp diameter
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ISO: Campy Racing T front derailleur - braze-on

Have for trade: Campy Racing T front derailleur clamp-on in nice condition.
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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.


Ok, I found a welder guru locally that will splice a steerer to this fork, and I also have a 25x1 die on the way (to cut the french threads), so now I just need a donor steerer, probably 6' would be fine.

French would be better, but seems to me a std one would work (unless I shouldn't cut 25x1 threads on a std steerer because the deeper threads would overly weaken it)

Anyone with a bad fork but good steerer?
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Need a Dura-Ace AX RD-7300?

Anybody looking for one of these? We came across this one at Bike Works in pretty reasonable shape.





Hereís the Velobase info:

VeloBase.com - Component: Shimano RD-7300, Dura-Ace AX
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Trying to get parts for my Shimano funny bike, can trade or make other arrangements, somewhat desperate to get my hands on:
1st gen Deore crank arms with the oversized pedal holes preferably in 165mm (seems to be found on Lotus Eclair)
True Temper S3 chainstays or tubeset any size (I had them on backorder when TT stopped production)
Shimano 105 5600, FC-5603 165mm crank arms good cosmetic condition (there was a lot of NOS ones I regret missing out on)
Shimano SP-6400-A 27.2mm, round seatpost with the adjuster bolt in front

Also somewhat interested in trading for:
Shimano deerhead "Super Plate" rear derailer
Shimano 600 headset that requires the proprietary wrench
Shimano DH-3N80 32h dynamo hub
Shimano short quill stem
Shimano SP-6400-B aero seatpost 27.2
Shimano Dura-Ace first gen levers (the Tourney level pre-groupset ones, not the racing groupset ones)
Shimano 9/10 speed downtube shifters
Shimano PD-M324 platform/SPD pedals
Shimano PD-7410 single sided SPD pedals
Shimano parts with unusual engineering that don't require propietary braze ons
Suntour Cyclone GT (long cage) rear derailer first gen (and matching FD)
Suntour Cyclone MK-II (short cage) rear derailer (and matching FD)

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BSA bottom bracket tapping and facing set (only used a few times)
Modolo non-aero brake levers, graphite/black/gray levers (also includes one incomplete matching caliper)
Shimano 600 front/rear derailers (excellent condition)
Shimano silent clutch freehub QR rear hub silver 130mm
Alhonga dual-pivot brakes, silver nutted and 57Ė75mm long reach (missing nuts)
Nashbar(?) steel mustache bars, like new with some handling wear
Dia-Compe black bar-end brake levers
Unbranded dual-pivot front brake, silver recessed 47-57mm medium reach (take off)
Retrospec single speed crankset, 46t 170mm silver new in box
Unknown CNC fluted single speed crankset, 48t like NR but 130 BCD 170mm new in box
105 rear derailer, 11sp black short cage (RD-R7000-SS) like new unused
105 rear derailer, 11sp silver long cage (RD-5800-GS) like new unused
FSA Vero triple crank arms, 170mm sq taper 130/74 BCD black x2
Truvativ triple crank arms w/BB, 172.5 ISIS BB 130/74 BCD black
Specter MTB triple crank arms, kid's length 152mm, comes with replacable chainrings
Sora FC-3503 triple crank arms, 170mm
VP VXe SPD pedals, new in box w/ cleats x2
Time ATAC Alium pedals, no cleats
Microshift 3x9 flat bar shifters
Ultegra front derailer 3x10 31.8mm clamp
8/9/10sp silver rear QR 130mm cassette wheel
Alloy internal cam skewers, no-brand polished for 100/130 OLD like new
Brown leather saddle, new (no branding on leather, only metal nameplate, made by Gyes)
RaceFace 53/39 chainrings, 9/10sp silver ramped and pinned like new
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Have:
  • Complete Shimano FC-MC34 STX crankset in 175mm size. 22-32-42...silver first and second ring with black third ring. Decent rider condition -- all chain rings look good.
  • NOS Sugino Impel 32T chain ring in 94mm BCD size. Two small rough spots in the surface finish, but otherwise perfect.
  • Unknown brand 30T chain ring in 74mm BCD size. It appears in great condition. Alloy.
  • Unknown brand 50T chain ring in 110mm BCD size. It appears in great condition. Alloy.
ISO:
  • 26T or 28T chain ring in 58mm BCD size.
  • Silver chain guard in 94mm BCD size (looking to replace third ring with a chain guard). Looking for about 44/46T size.
  • Silver chain guard in 110mm BCD size (looking to replace third ring with a chain guard). Look for about 44/46T size.
I am willing to purchase or trade. Please PM me if you have something I need or if I have something you need.

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Old 01-27-19, 09:11 PM
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ISO: Band clamp and bolts for Shimano 600 6207 brake levers

Turbo, Concor, Vetta type saddle in yellow (for Torelli)

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You need a pair of those clamps and bolts, or just one?
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You need a pair of those clamps and bolts, or just one?
A pair of clamps with bolts but hazetguy has offered to search for a pair in his parts stash. Thank you though
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Originally Posted by jcb3 View Post
Ok, I found a welder guru locally that will splice a steerer to this fork, and I also have a 25x1 die on the way (to cut the french threads), so now I just need a donor steerer, probably 6' would be fine.

French would be better, but seems to me a std one would work (unless I shouldn't cut 25x1 threads on a std steerer because the deeper threads would overly weaken it)

Anyone with a bad fork but good steerer?
I have a Motobecane fork, the legs are bent but I believe the steerer is fine. It's a big one. Want photos?
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I have a Motobecane fork, the legs are bent but I believe the steerer is fine. It's a big one. Want photos?
Yes please - pm sent
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Old 01-30-19, 11:14 AM
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ISO Concor Saddle (Smooth Black Leather)



The scuff



I'm looking for a very nice Selle San Marco Concor in Smooth Black Leather. One came on my Medici but then I put it on my Surly and the Surly got stolen...

I have for trade a very nice Brooks Swift that never felt very nice. It has one scuff on a rear corner but is otherwise pretty new and never tightened, or in rain and I don't think that I ever proofhided. I try to train my butt to fit this Swift and fail every time.
I'll have to add pictures this evening.

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Seen my black perforated Concor with matching leather bar tape in the FS section? Pretty close to new...
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I'm looking for a very nice Selle San Marco Concor in Smooth Black Leather. One came on my Medici but then I put it on my Surly and the Surly got stolen...

I have for trade a very nice Brooks Swift that never felt very nice. It has one scuff on a rear corner but is otherwise pretty new and never tightened, or in rain and I don't think that I ever proofhided. I try to train my butt to fit this Swift and fail every time.
I'll have to add pictures this evening.
I have one I'd be happy to part with if you're still looking. I haven't laid eyes on it for a few years, so I'd need to confirm condition, but I think it's good to excellent. Feel free to PM me.
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I need a 85mm stem with 26mm clamp.

Preferably 3ttt or Cinelli. 90mm might do in a pinch. I'm pairing it with the 3ttt grand prix bars in this pic:



I have the pictured 120mm 3ttt stem for trade. It's purty -- doesn't need to be polished. (sorry, I'll clean up the quill.) I also have a clamp-on Campy record front derailleur ... and a bunch of random campy stuff. tia!
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I need a 85mm stem with 26mm clamp.

Preferably 3ttt or Cinelli. 90mm might do in a pinch. I'm pairing it with the 3ttt grand prix bars in this pic:



I have the pictured 120mm 3ttt stem for trade. It's purty -- doesn't need to be polished. (sorry, I'll clean up the quill.) I also have a clamp-on Campy record front derailleur ... and a bunch of random campy stuff. tia!
3ttt stem 90mm

A bit newer style 3ttt stem...let me know if itll work...ill verify the bar clamp if you want to swap parts.
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3ttt stem 90mm
A bit newer style 3ttt stem...let me know if itll work.
Thanks. A good price. But I want to hold out for an older, shorter one to sorta match these Grand Prix bars. If nothing shows up, I may hit ya up.
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Thanks. A good price. But I want to hold out for an older, shorter one to sorta match these Grand Prix bars. If nothing shows up, I may hit ya up.

Sounds good
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ISO: a 26.4 (ISO) crown race compatible with a Dura Ace 7400 1" threaded headset. I don't know if any ol' Shimano crown race (for caged bearing headsets) will fit, I know it works on an XT headset.
I know there's a NOS one on eBay from Greece, but I thought I'd ask here before shelling out NOS money. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
I need a 85mm stem with 26mm clamp.

Preferably 3ttt or Cinelli. 90mm might do in a pinch. I'm pairing it with the 3ttt grand prix bars in this pic:

I have the pictured 120mm 3ttt stem for trade. It's purty -- doesn't need to be polished. (sorry, I'll clean up the quill.) I also have a clamp-on Campy record front derailleur ... and a bunch of random campy stuff. tia!
I dug through my stash and came up with a 90 mm 3T like the one you have.
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ISO: a 26.4 (ISO) crown race compatible with a Dura Ace 7400 1" threaded headset. I don't know if any ol' Shimano crown race (for caged bearing headsets) will fit, I know it works on an XT headset.
I know there's a NOS one on eBay from Greece, but I thought I'd ask here before shelling out NOS money. Thanks!
Good luck. I tried to find one at a reaosnable price for months last year.
Euro-Asia Imports has them in stock, but will only sell to a retail store that has a relationship with them; sadly nobody in my area.
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ISO: a 26.4 (ISO) crown race compatible with a Dura Ace 7400 1" threaded headset. I don't know if any ol' Shimano crown race (for caged bearing headsets) will fit, I know it works on an XT headset...

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Good luck. I tried to find one at a reaosnable price for months last year.
Euro-Asia Imports has them in stock, but will only sell to a retail store that has a relationship with them; sadly nobody in my area.
I wonder if a 600 (6207 series) is interchangeable with the 7400? If so, I have one available due to to a cracked adjustable cup.
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I wonder if a 600 (6207 series) is interchangeable with the 7400? If so, I have one available due to to a cracked adjustable cup.
It kinda looks like it is, according to the picture on VeloBase. Worth a shot? Iíll PM ya.
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It kinda looks like it is, according to the picture on VeloBase. Worth a shot? Iíll PM ya.
Its yours if you think it looks like itís worth a shot. PM your shipping and Iíll send it tomorrow.


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