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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 02-04-19, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
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!

Example pic:
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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Originally Posted by hazetguy
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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Originally Posted by hazetguy
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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Originally Posted by merziac
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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Originally Posted by Kuromori
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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Old 02-04-19, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
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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Old 02-04-19, 05:27 PM
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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
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

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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Looking for a 26.4 seatpost. Would prefer French but will consider most. Should have at least 250mm of post.
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Looking for Shimano Dura Ace 7800/7801 LEFT/FRONT STI brifter in excellent condition. Minimal scratches or shop wear. Ebay ones are either not good enough or too expensive.

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Originally Posted by scozim
ISO:
Shimano Ultegra (6503) front and rear derailleurs. Front needs to be 28.6mm clamp size. Looking for mid-cage length on the rear derailleur
Shimano 600 tri-color double crankset 52/53-38/39, 170mm arms

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Nervar Star triple, 170 mm arms. 52-45-38, 128 bcd
Campagnolo 112mm bb (was in bike with the Nervar Star), English thread
Campagnolo Nuovo Record rear derailleur (I haven't had a chance to clean it up yet).



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Originally Posted by malcala622
ISO: Shimano Dura Ace stem 70-100m

Found an NOS 600
There's one on eBay for $90 that needs some work.
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Originally Posted by scozim
ISO:
Shimano Ultegra (6503) front and rear derailleurs. Front needs to be 28.6mm clamp size. Looking for mid-cage length on the rear derailleur
I think I have a set of these: 6503 front and rear.
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I think I have a set of these: 6503 front and rear.
Thanks - I guess they're really 6500. The short cage actually would work for the rear derailleur for the gears I'm running. I have a couple pegged on Ebay if it doesn't work.
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Originally Posted by scozim
Thanks - I guess they're really 6500. The short cage actually would work for the rear derailleur for the gears I'm running. I have a couple pegged on Ebay if it doesn't work.
I might have those, too. I'll add it to the list to check tonight.
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ISO:

Huret chainstay cable stop

Huret top tube brake housing clamps Thanks to [MENTION=380471]FBOATSB[/MENTION]

I'm also looking for some sturdy bottle cage clamps. I had bought some of the Velo Orange ones, but I'm not terribly impressed with how sturdy they are. I'd prefer something French, but not too picky. Nothing too bulky though

For a 1976 Motobecane Grand Jubile. I didn't have the top tube clamps, and somehow lost the chainstay cable stop

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Originally Posted by abshipp
ISO:

Huret chainstay cable stop

Huret top tube brake housing clamps

I'm also looking for some sturdy bottle cage clamps. I had bought some of the Velo Orange ones, but I'm not terribly impressed with how sturdy they are. I'd prefer something French, but not too picky. Nothing too bulky though

For a 1977 Motobecane Grand Jubile. I didn't have the top tube clamps, and somehow lost the chainstay cable stop
I've got the top tube clamps. I'll take pics asap. I also have the BB cable guide if interested. Don't have the stop though.
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Originally Posted by FBOATSB
I've got the top tube clamps. I'll take pics asap. I also have the BB cable guide if interested. Don't have the stop though.
Wonderful! Looking forward to the pictures!

I have the BB cable guide, but thanks!
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