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Old 02-02-19, 06:41 PM
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I'm new to this trade thing. I'm trying to get a complete set of wheels to use with my Peugeot UO8 that has none. I think 700's will work, right? I have a nice Fiamme front wheel with a 1972 Campagnolo hub. Not sure if it's a 700 or 27", but I think a 700. Does this sound like I could trade it for a matching set of 700 alloy wheels?
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Originally Posted by clongwill View Post
I'm new to this trade thing. I'm trying to get a complete set of wheels to use with my Peugeot UO8 that has none. I think 700's will work, right? I have a nice Fiamme front wheel with a 1972 Campagnolo hub. Not sure if it's a 700 or 27", but I think a 700. Does this sound like I could trade it for a matching set of 700 alloy wheels?
Assume this is a clincher, since you're unsure of size?
Is hub large or small flange?
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Old 02-02-19, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by clongwill View Post
I'm new to this trade thing. I'm trying to get a complete set of wheels to use with my Peugeot UO8 that has none. I think 700's will work, right? I have a nice Fiamme front wheel with a 1972 Campagnolo hub. Not sure if it's a 700 or 27", but I think a 700. Does this sound like I could trade it for a matching set of 700 alloy wheels?
The UO-8 would have come with 27" rims but that doesn't mean you can't use anything else. (I actually like 27" rims but the difference between a good 27" and good 700c rim is pretty subtle.)

But this thing is, if you don't know the rim size you won't be able to buy a tire for it. The tires do need to be the correct size, after all.
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Old 02-02-19, 07:46 PM
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OK, some additional information since I've got some interrest and it seems a trade might be possible.

My Fiamme wheel is alloy, the Campy hub is a large flange with round holes, and the wheel spins near perfect.

I can verify my rim size from my LBS or local co-op. I'm hoping that my one nice set-up might trade for two wheels. 700's or 27"'s make no difference to me, I would take either.
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Old 02-03-19, 08:41 AM
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ISO: Shimano Dura Ace stem 70-100m

Found an NOS 600

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Old 02-03-19, 09:09 AM
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Old 02-03-19, 08:24 PM
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I think I have one, but IIRC 1) it's part of a complete headset and 2) might be one of the "tall" nuts. Anyway, if that works and no one has a better candidate I can investigate further.
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ISO: Raleigh 26 tpi headset locknut. Have money and some stuff.
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Old 02-03-19, 08:38 PM
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new to the ISO thread -
looking for a 120mm OLD (over locknut dimension -width) hub: single speed or IGH 32 hole
Don't have much to trade, but let me know what you're after and I'll see what I got.
cheers.

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Old 02-03-19, 11:23 PM
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ISO/WTT, Your French thread Campy NR good rider quality pedals for my standard threaded same or just spindles.
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Old 02-04-19, 07:46 AM
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Wanted: Early Shimano Deore triple crankset. Looking for something in very good to excellent (or even NOS) condition. I have a lot of misc stuff to trade (Campagnolo, Suntour, Shimano, etc), or will buy outright.
Thanks!

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Originally Posted by jethin View Post
I think I have one, but IIRC 1) it's part of a complete headset and 2) might be one of the "tall" nuts. Anyway, if that works and no one has a better candidate I can investigate further.
Thanks, but I wound up finding my missing one in the last place I would think to look.
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Old 02-04-19, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by mrv View Post
new to the ISO thread -
looking for a 120mm OLD hub: single speed or IGH 32 hole
Don't have much to trade, but let me know what you're after and I'll see what I got.
cheers.
Give me a PM and tell me what model of OLD hub you are looking for. I got some.

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Old 02-04-19, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by hazetguy View Post
Wanted: Early Shimano Deore triple crankset. Looking for something in very good to excellent (or even NOS) condition. I have a lot of misc stuff to trade (Campagnolo, Suntour, Shimano, etc), or will buy outright.
Thanks!

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You looking for something that takes AX pedals or trying to get away from them? Texted a friend to check, I'm sure he needs something that Mr has it haz'.
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Looking for a decent 1980 era 3TTT handlebar. either central CA, or LA area prefered, since it feels like shipping could be pricey and or a pain. If within any reasonable distance to me (or my regular areas i visit), i could pick up. i have a 1990s era 3TTT forma (?, aero routing enabled)) that i don't like, and would like something more L'Erocia appropriate
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I'm looking for a first gen Deore touring triple like the one in the picture.
thanks.
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Old 02-04-19, 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by hazetguy View Post
I'm looking for a first gen Deore touring triple like the one in the picture.
thanks.
So just to clarify, you DO want large pedal eye AX Dynadrive pedal crankset?
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Yes, as pictured. I will be buying the adapters to use "normal" pedals with them.
As far as I know they didn't make the first gen Deore with "regular" pedal threads.
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Yes, as pictured. I will be buying the adapters to use "normal" pedals with them.
As far as I know they didn't make the first gen Deore with "regular" pedal threads.
Ok, tx. Just wanted to be sure, the adapters are a bit of a kludge but work ok if they are tight. Are the Deore pedals different from the AX road pedals, pic?

Jim drilled this for a triple for a buyer that brought him the crank for the build when he bought the frame from Steve Parke who I think bought it from Jim.

Not just one, but two adapters.


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Ok, tx. Just wanted to be sure, the adapters are a bit of a kludge but work ok if they are tight. Are the Deore pedals different from the AX road pedals, pic?

Jim drilled this for a triple for a buyer that brought him the crank for the build when he bought the frame from Steve Parke who I think bought it from Jim.

Not just one, but two adapters.


Got any more pics of that? Maybe from NDS? I was also looking for those older deore crank arms in any configuration or condition but in the apparently rarer 165mm size. I might have to settle for doing that though since I can actually find those in 165mm.
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Got any more pics of that? Maybe from NDS? I was also looking for those older deore crank arms in any configuration or condition but in the apparently rarer 165mm size. I might have to settle for doing that though since I can actually find those in 165mm.
Glad you asked,

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Originally Posted by hazetguy View Post
Yes, as pictured. I will be buying the adapters to use "normal" pedals with them.
As far as I know they didn't make the first gen Deore with "regular" pedal threads.
Looks like they were different, definetly MTB style with studs.

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I have one of the Deore touring cranks in DD, a couple of the DA cranks in DD and a couple of pairs of the pedals, one pair still in the box. I'll have to do some digging to find all of it but can do so.
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Well, in used condition. 170's. If interested I can put you in touch with him.
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Originally Posted by clongwill View Post
Not sure if it's a 700 or 27", but I think a 700.
The easy way is to put a tire on it and see if it fits. I have a few sets of wheels but would not trade for one wheel. I have 1 pair normandy high flange tubular, 1 pair normandy high flange clincher and a pair of mallard low flange hubs, but would need rims. all 32 hole.
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Originally Posted by Classtime View Post

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.

You will never break it in unless you treat it, that is what softens the leather. it takes me about 500 miles but I am a heavy guy. And if you get a leather saddle from someone else it may be as bad or worse as it could be broken in to fit the other person.

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