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Old 02-16-19, 04:08 PM
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Originally Posted by dweenk
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1. Suntour XC mountain bike stem in decent condition
May have something. Let me check when I get back to town on Monday.
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Thanks. I'm in no hurry, just trying to accumulate parts.
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Originally Posted by jethin
ISO: Long reach (~ 68 mm), sidepull, silver, nutted rear (or recessed front) brake. Any make, condition, or date as long as it works.

Have: BIKE JUNK in the trunk.

[edited as per nlerner post below]
I've got a pair Alhonga dual pivots sidepulls, silver, nutted mounting that I think are 57-75mm reach if you've got any really weird Shimano junk.
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00
Hi folks,I’m looking for a couple of parts to finish a couple of projects.
  1. A 44 tooth 110 BCD chain ring 3/32 width. I recently built a 1 X 9 townie and discovered the only 44 tooth CR is for a 1/8 chain. My 42T ring is too low and the 46T is too high. I have several other CRs in various BCD. Let me know what you are looking for.
  2. A 170mm NDS crank arm with English threads that reasonably matches a Stronglight 104 crankset. Picture attached. It does need to have the Peugeot stamping or to be Stronglight. I’m building a 1980 Peugeot mixte for my wife and got a great deal in the drive side crank with rings. I’d like to set it up looking somewhat correct. Have other arms to trade plus some vintage stuff.
Thanks and regards,Van
I have two Sugino 110 silver 3/32 rings. A 44t in 8/10 condition, and a 45t in maybe 6/10. PM me an email and I can send pics.

And I have three or four 170mm drive side cranks that need similar NDS arms: Campy, SR, Stronglight. Someone should just make nice looking spares and sell 'em for $15. They'd sell a lot.
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Hey all!,

ISO: a front Shimano LX M560 hub in black. Trying to match the rear I have already.

Have: lots, lots and lots...

Thanks for consideration!

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ISO:

Building an '76 Eisentraut for loaded touring, and need the following...
  • panniers - should work well mounted low on f/r Nitto Campee racks.
  • saddle bag - must be at least "vintage" in vibe, Ostrich to match my handlebar bag would be great!
  • front derailleur - to match well with a Vx Luxe, and that could handle more than 18T drop on a half-step triple Cyclotouriste
  • Suntour stainless cable housing - for bar end shifters
  • non-aero hoods - to fit early Superbe levers
  • pads/shoes - to fit early Superbe calipers
  • bell - brass or copper (Crane or... ?)
  • Spécialités TA - metal dust caps

Also need a few bits to complete my list for a separate 1981 custom frame build...
  • leather toe straps - black, red, white or natural (Cinelli, Campy, Ale, or... ?)
  • toe strap buttons - branding to match with straps ^ ^ ^
  • Cinelli bar end plugs - winged logo or otherwise, black, red, or white
  • Columbus SL & Campy decals - appropriate for an early 80's frame
  • Silca Impero pump - black, red, white, or silver, to fit 55 cm c-c top tube, w/ metal Campy pump head
  • pads - for NR/SR brakes
  • lightweight "sporty" vintage saddle bag - to blend well with or compliment a black, white, and red colour theme

HAVE:

I can buy, or trade. Some items I have on hand to offer in trading are:

Superbe short reach calipers & levers, Gran Compe areo levers, Tricolor hubs, other various hubs, MA2 Mavic 36h rims, Matrix 700c Sonic anodised rims, other various rims (pairs, and orphans), freewheels, brand new in box never used contemporary Dia Compe GC610 centerpull brakes, 1984 53 cm Trek 520 frame & fork, other 70's frames in 56 to 57 cm (French, Japanese, British), Cinelli 1A 120 mm stem, SR Custom stem & bars, Et cetera...

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Originally Posted by deux jambes
ISO:

Building an '76 Eisentraut for loaded touring, and need the following...
  • panniers - should work well mounted low on f/r Nitto Campee racks.
  • saddle bag - must be at least "vintage" in vibe, Ostrich to match my handlebar bag would be great!
  • front derailleur - to match well with a Vx Luxe, and that could handle more than 18T drop on a half-step triple Cyclotouriste
  • Suntour stainless cable housing - for bar end shifters
  • non-aero hoods - to fit early Superbe levers
  • pads/shoes - to fit early Superbe calipers
  • bell - brass or copper (Crane or... ?)
  • Spécialités TA - metal dust caps

Also need a few bits to complete my list for a separate 1981 custom frame build...
  • leather toe straps - black, red, white or natural (Cinelli, Campy, Ale, or... ?)
  • toe strap buttons - branding to match with straps ^ ^ ^
  • Cinelli bar end plugs - winged logo or otherwise, black, red, or white
  • Columbus SL & Campy decals - appropriate for an early 80's frame
  • Silca Impero pump - black, red, white, or silver, to fit 55 cm c-c top tube, w/ metal Campy pump head
  • pads - for NR/SR breaks
  • lightweight "sporty" vintage saddle bag - to blend well with or compliment a black, white, and red colour theme

HAVE:

I can buy, or trade. Some items I have on hand to offer in trading are:

Superbe short reach calipers & levers, Gran Compe areo levers, Tricolor hubs, other various hubs, MA2 Mavic 36h rims, Matrix 700c Sonic anodised rims, other various rims (pairs, and orphans), freewheels, brand new in box never used contemporary Dia Compe GC610 centerpull brakes, 1984 53 cm Trek 520 frame & fork, other 70's frames in 56 to 57 cm (French, Japanese, British), Cinelli 1A 120 mm stem, SR Custom stem & bars, Et cetera...
Here is the housing I would recommend that I used on the Silver 75 Paramount when I added the bar ends, then bought more for later.

It has unobtrusive to me clear casing on the outside which protects the frame and has a more finished look to me as well as being sealed to keep moisture out.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Brake-Cable...s-w:rk:11:pf:0
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Originally Posted by merziac
Here is the housing I would recommend that I used on the Silver 75 Paramount when I added the bar ends, then bought more for later.

It has unobtrusive to me clear casing on the outside which protects the frame and has a more finished look to me as well as being sealed to keep moisture out.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Brake-Cable...s-w:rk:11:pf:0
Nice, I see your points made too. But that shipping time! So Van, I take it that the housing flushed up nicely to your barends, no ferrules needed?
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Originally Posted by deux jambes
Nice, I see your points made too. But that shipping time! So Van, I take it that the housing flushed up nicely to your barends, no ferrules needed?
Absolutely, nice stuff, price is more than fair, order it up if you want and I can send you some if time is a concern. It really looks the part and is probably better quality than the original. The ship time wasn't as bad as stated, maybe 3 weeks. I'll try and get some pics later. There's only 1 set left right now so....
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Originally Posted by merziac
Absolutely, nice stuff... There's only 1 set left right now so....
And then there was none!
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Originally Posted by deux jambes
And then there was none!
Excellent, let me know if you don't like it.
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@deux jambes I have 2 campy pump heads for silca if you ever needs one.
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Originally Posted by deux jambes
ISO:
Building an '76 Eisentraut for loaded touring, and need the following...
  • front derailleur - to match well with a Vx Luxe, and that could handle more than 18T drop on a half-step triple Cyclotouriste
  • Silca Impero pump - black, red, white, or silver, to fit 55 cm c-c top tube, w/ metal Campy pump head
I have many various Suntour FDs that would fit the bill. I also have a painted red Silca that's about 2" too long for a 55 frame, but i have had excellent results shortening them to fit:
The Retrogrouch: Shortening a Silca Frame Pump
Let me know if you'd be interested.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Hey all!,

ISO: a front Shimano LX M560 hub in black. Trying to match the rear I have already.

Have: lots, lots and lots...

Thanks for consideration!

3SS
Are you looking for 32 or 36? I have one buried in a drawer and have not idea which drilling it is, but I can look.
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Originally Posted by ldmataya
Are you looking for 32 or 36? I have one buried in a drawer and have not idea which drilling it is, but I can look.
Thats a good question! The hub I have is a 32 BUT.. the rims I was going to use are 36. I am kinda on hold at the moment. I would be grateful if you could check the hole count for me with the front.

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Originally Posted by ldmataya
Are you looking for 32 or 36? I have one buried in a drawer and have not idea which drilling it is, but I can look.
hey,

Captured this pic from the net, it shows the rear hub I have and the front I am looking for.

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Fyi those are M563/565 LX hubs. 560 would still be black painted, but the non-parallax 7spd hubs from the previous group. I probably have M563 front hubs in 32 and 36h if you can't find one. Also have M560 hubs, M560 hubs look like this:



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Putting the feelers out there to buy or trade...

ISO: Shimano Deerhead front & rear derailleur
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Originally Posted by deux jambes
Putting the feelers out there to buy or trade...

ISO: Shimano Deerhead front & rear derailleur
I don't know if you've seen this already, but there's a guy on Portland CL selling an old Bianchi mountain bike that he's restyled as a touring bike. It has pristine Deerhead derailleurs and a nice looking Takagi Tourney XT crankset. His asking price is about double what I'd want to pay for that bike, but it's super clean so I guess the right buyer might give him what he's asking for. It's been there a while and also three days from going unsold on eBay so maybe he'd listen to a lower offer. If you can work something out with the seller, I'd be willing to facilitate and might also be interested in the frame, crank, and brakes (but not interested enough to do the negotiating myself).
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Originally Posted by deux jambes
ISO:

Building an '76 Eisentraut for loaded touring, and need the following..
  • bell - brass or copper (Crane or... ?)
  • Et cetera...
I might have some sort of brass bell for you. Let me check later tonight.
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Originally Posted by Andy_K
I don't know if you've seen this already, but there's a guy on Portland CL selling an old Bianchi mountain bike that he's restyled as a touring bike. It has pristine Deerhead derailleurs and a nice looking Takagi Tourney XT crankset. His asking price is about double what I'd want to pay for that bike, but it's super clean so I guess the right buyer might give him what he's asking for. It's been there a while and also three days from going unsold on eBay so maybe he'd listen to a lower offer. If you can work something out with the seller, I'd be willing to facilitate and might also be interested in the frame, crank, and brakes (but not interested enough to do the negotiating myself).
Way outside my current world of possibility. Despite that, thanks for offering to help. AND WOW... what a killer, great looking build!

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I might have some sort of brass bell for you. Let me check later tonight.
Thanks, I'll look forward to hearing/seeing what you might come up with.

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Originally Posted by deux jambes
Putting the feelers out there to buy or trade...

ISO: Shimano Deerhead front & rear derailleur
What do you have to trade ??? I like road bike stuff. The front is NOS in the box, the rear is very nice.





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Originally Posted by Nemosengineer
What do you have to trade ??? I like road bike stuff. The front is NOS in the box, the rear is very nice.


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Beautiful! NOS may be too rich for my means, but I'll refer you to the bottom of post #1047 for an idea of what I could offer. You're very welcome to PM me with any inquiries, ideas, or to discuss things further. I'd love to have a chance at those derailleurs.

thanks,
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Originally Posted by malcala622
@deux jambes I have 2 campy pump heads for silca if you ever needs one.
And I have a red Silca pump but it measures 47cm from end to end so maybe too short?
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Matt, if that trade doesn’t work out, I also have some deer head mechs in the bin.
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