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Old 02-23-19, 08:20 PM
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ISO - Shimano bar end shifter or shifter pod. I've got a left series BS50 and need a matching right. So looking for a single right or a set.

Have - all sorts of stuff - Cinelli handlebars, stems, look pedals, freehweels, etc.

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Compression disk


Centurion Turbo Shifters


Free if you need it.

ISO Suntour friction shifter pressure disk. As pictured. Mine is buggered up and rotates some with the lever. I'm trying to use a Campy piece but it won't give me the friction needed.

HAVE Free if you need it -- a Mavic doohickey that came on a 6207 front wheel in place of the regular quick release skewer nut.
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Old 02-25-19, 09:29 AM
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Class time,

i know of a bin in full of those! Let me see if I can swing by and grab one.

PM me

Hey Class,

The Suntour I found have this for measurements:
W 16.20
H 5.15

look like this:

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Originally Posted by Force View Post
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Have - all sorts of stuff - Cinelli handlebars, stems, look pedals, freehweels, etc.

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Don’t have a cinelli giro d’talia bar with the
crest and shield logos do you?
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Old 02-25-19, 08:17 PM
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Yes, I do have a Cinelli Giro with crest/shield logos, as well as Cinelli oval logo stem (~100mm). Can forward some photos in the next few days.

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Don’t have a cinelli giro d’talia bar with the
crest and shield logos do you?
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Don’t have a cinelli giro d’talia bar with the
crest and shield logos do you?
I will be very interested and hopeful for first chance at them. Ozzie
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Flight Deck Parts Swap

ISO: LH and RH Water-Proof Caps for ST-7800 Control Levers (Item 12 in in the Shimano Exploded View tech doc below)


HAVE: See Photo
Flight Deck display unit (SC-6501)
Flight Deck Bracket and Wireless Sensor unit (SM-SC70)

Note: These two HAVE items are not compatible with each other. The display unit is the 9s model, and requires a different model bracket and sensor unit.
The bracket and sensor unit is the 10s model which requires an updated display Model SC-6502.

I want the waterproof caps. I'm willing to trade either/or both Flight Deck components for those caps plus some cash which is negotiable and at the BF friends and family price level.
See second attachment Shimano Flight Deck 6502/6501/M500 below. Page 4 provides a Flight Deck model compatibility chart.

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Originally Posted by SpeedofLite View Post
ISO: LH and RH Water-Proof Caps for ST-7800 Control Levers (Item 12 in in the Shimano Exploded View tech doc below)


HAVE: See Photo
Flight Deck display unit (SC-6501)
Flight Deck Bracket and Wireless Sensor unit (SM-SC70)

Note: These two HAVE items are not compatible with each other. The display unit is the 9s model, and requires a different model bracket and sensor unit.
The bracket and sensor unit is the 10s model which requires an updated display Model SC-6502.

I want the waterproof caps.
Looks like the caps are the same through the 10 speed series. I have a 7800 right and a 5600 left damaged shifters. PM if interested in the caps.
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Still looking for:

STX Shimano crankset W/O chainrings in 170mm length

Have: same in good shape but they are 175mm

Thanks! 3speedslow
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Next up:

Your project Raleigh Twenty. Open to year, model and colour.

Have: Frames, frames and parts!

Thanks for consideration! 3speedslow
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  • ISO: I know this is a long shot, but I need a fork for a 1974 (or any 1970s) Raleigh International fork. I got the frame and would like to get an appropriate fork. The frame is a 59cm frame and the headtube is around 160mm in length. I'd also consider any Reynolds 531 fork from that era that might work. I've got a few requests out locally, but these are pretty rare.
  • And while we're at it, I might as well request an old Campy Headset for the bike, too. 1", of course.
I have a few things to trade - I'll take inventory. Thanks!
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@ddeand, no, the International came with tubular tires, so the rim height is exactly the same as 700c. You can use Weinmann 610s on that bike, and you won't need 750s.
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Campy Nuovo Tipo Tubular Front Wheel

A little too specific and perhaps a bit of a long shot, but I'm looking for the round-holed large flange Campagnolo Tipo hub laced to a tubular rim (e.g. Mavic Montlery). Perhaps someone has an odd one laying around? Much appreciated! Something similar to what came optional on a Gitane TdF...
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Originally Posted by ddeand View Post
  • Also looking for a set of appropriate Weinmann center-pull brakes.
I have a few things to trade - I'll take inventory. Thanks!
I have a pair of 610's that are pretty clean. How picky are you?
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I have a pair of 610's that are pretty clean. How picky are you?
PM sent. Thanks!
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ISO saddle you might have buried and wondered what the maker was thinking about. Europe market likely had for an odd category for road 'stunt or trick' bike.

Frame has a pronounced and longer rear vertical rail such as this Wittkop depicted below.

Any condition considered to even just the frame.

Trade for a choice in a selection of decent condition Brooks, or other 80s era race saddle plus considered cash. Thank you, as always!


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Originally Posted by TrboDieselPwrd View Post
A little too specific and perhaps a bit of a long shot, but I'm looking for the round-holed large flange Campagnolo Tipo hub laced to a tubular rim (e.g. Mavic Montlery). Perhaps someone has an odd one laying around? Much appreciated! Something similar to what came optional on a Gitane TdF...
I have a set of them, high-flange Nuovo Tipo laced to Mavic Montlery (Championnat de Monde) rims (tubular).

Glued neatly to a set of Zipp Tangente low-mileage tubulars. Decals removed when I polished the rims.

Not cheap, but can be replaced, set only. Sorry I don't have an odd one.

Really depends on what you have to trade, I guess.
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Wondering if you can make an insert to take up the gaps?
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Compression disk


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ISO Suntour friction shifter pressure disk. As pictured. Mine is buggered up and rotates some with the lever. I'm trying to use a Campy piece but it won't give me the friction needed.

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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
Wondering if you can make an insert to take up the gaps?
If the Campy piece won't provide the correct dose of friction, I'll try that. I have some styrene of various thicknesses stashed somewhere from Model RR days.
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ISO an orphaned Weinmann 610 caliper. Ideally black label, but I won’t be picky. I have the center bolt I need, so either front or rear will work.

Have random stuff for trade.
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ISO a late 90s Campagnolo Chorus (or compatible) brake barrel adjuster and a crank torque bolt for a similar era Chorus crank set. Both pieces were likely used across multiple models (e.g., Athena, Chorus, Record, etc.).




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ISO an orphaned Weinmann 610 caliper. Ideally black label, but I won’t be picky. I have the center bolt I need, so either front or rear will work.
Have random stuff for trade.
I have a spare one. PM on the way...
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I need a clamp-on down tube cable stop, either one with just the cable stops, or one that I could bolt on Shimano cable adjusters. Anybody have a spare?
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I need a clamp-on down tube cable stop, either one with just the cable stops, or one that I could bolt on Shimano cable adjusters. Anybody have a spare?

I have a Suntour DT cable stop, yours for the cost of shipping.

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