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Old 03-02-19, 03:18 PM
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Edit: I donít have the correct part for op.

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Have: 40h Campy Large Flange hub (tandem?) early 70's.
Want: 36h Campy Large Flange hub, early 70's

EDIT: both sides of this swap - one rear Record hub.

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Old 03-04-19, 07:48 AM
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Have: 40h Campy Large Flange hub (tandem?) early 70's.
Want: 36h Campy Large Flange hub, early 70's
Front, rear, or both? Record or Tipo?
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Old 03-04-19, 08:18 AM
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
Front, rear, or both? Record or Tipo?
I had just updated my hub servicing post about these, and forgot that info don't necessarily carry over

One single Rear Record. Thanks.
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Old 03-04-19, 11:53 PM
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Originally Posted by ddeand View Post
  • 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!
I have a nos Raleigh fork that you might like, of course, I like to trade Forks for Sale
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Old 03-06-19, 10:50 AM
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I have a nos Raleigh fork that you might like, of course, I like to trade Forks for Sale
Thanks for link - Iíll check it out.
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Old 03-06-19, 03:12 PM
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ISO: 50t 118bcd chainring for SR Apex crankset
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Old 03-07-19, 01:56 PM
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ISO: Dura Ace 7400 brake lever cable housing stop. 1 or 2
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
ISO: Dura Ace 7400 brake lever cable housing stop. 1 or 2
Not sure what you're looking for here....pic?
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Old 03-07-19, 09:11 PM
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Originally Posted by rccardr View Post


Not sure what you're looking for here....pic?
The ferrules that go into the levers here

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Old 03-07-19, 10:10 PM
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ISO: Campagnolo clamp-on downtube double cable stop.

No real spending money for bike parts these days, but maybe I have something in my parts stash that could interest a trade?
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You can use the ones that go into many models of non-aero brake levers, the short stubby silver ones, or you can use a longish brake cable ferrule (like a Jagwire long one).

Let me look in my bag of 7402 parts.
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The ferrules that go into the levers here

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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
You can use the ones that go into many models of non-aero brake levers, the short stubby silver ones, or you can use a longish brake cable ferrule (like a Jagwire long one).

Let me look in my bag of 7402 parts.
Yeah the right lever seems to have a longish brake cable ferrule. Just wanted to see if anyone has a set they'd let go.
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I think pretty much any standard sized brake cable ferrule will work. Doesn't have to be longer than normal; it's not a particularly deep well on top of the lever body.
It's the 7401 aero 7 speed levers that need the special ferrule in order to work properly.
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Old 03-10-19, 11:53 AM
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ISO:

Cyclone 1st gen or MKII short cage rear derailleur, and matching front...

or else early Superbe derailleurs!

Also... early Superbe crankset

or else Mighty Comp crankset!

...open to comparable crankset alternatives. SR? Ofmega? Just not.., Shimano. ☺️

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post
ISO:

Cyclone 1st gen or MKII short cage rear derailleur, and matching front...

or else early Superbe derailleurs!

Also... early Superbe crankset

or else Mighty Comp crankset!

...open to comparable crankset alternatives. SR? Ofmega? Just not.., Shimano. ☺️

Thanks.
I have some Mightys. As I recall, the rings were fine. The cranks had some minor cosmetic issues - good from 10 feet. If you are interested, Ill dig them out and take a couple of photos.
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I have some Mightys. As I recall, the rings were fine. The cranks had some minor cosmetic issues - good from 10 feet. If you are interested, Ill dig them out and take a couple of photos.
I am definitely interested, and would certainly appreciate some photos for considering them further. When ever you get a chance. Iíll PM my email to ya! Thanks. @dweenk
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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post
ISO:

Cyclone 1st gen or MKII short cage rear derailleur, and matching front...

or else early Superbe derailleurs!

Also... early Superbe crankset

or else Mighty Comp crankset!

...open to comparable crankset alternatives. SR? Ofmega? Just not.., Shimano. ☺️

Thanks.
What arm length were looking for on the crankset.
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Originally Posted by r0ckh0und View Post
What arm length were looking for on the crankset.
Thanks. I realized I didnít think to specify. 170, 171
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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post
ISO:

Cyclone 1st gen short cage rear derailleur, and matching front...
or else early Superbe derailleurs!
or else Mighty Comp crankset!

Thanks.
I have all of the above. I'll take some pics if you are still looking. Could do a package deal.
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ISO: Quill stem for 25.4mm bars with 120mm reach. Would prefer "SR" branding/logo or plain. Must be silver and I'm not concerned about scratches or minor dings as I'm handy with sanding these out and polishing. If you have something along these lines, please get back to me with a picture and price shipped to ZIP 98362.

Thanks in advance for any and all replies.

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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
ISO: 50t 118bcd chainring for SR Apex crankset
Hi,

I have a 52T with 118 BCD if that will work. PM me your email address for pix.

Regards,

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Old 03-12-19, 09:04 PM
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I have a 52T with 118 BCD if that will work.
Thanks, Van. I have a 52t and need a 50t (118 bcd). My problem is the small ring is a 39 (not a 42) and the campy nr rear mech can't take up that much slack without its jockey wheel rubbing the two biggest rear cogs (26, 28). I'm trying to get the big ring to service more rear cogs. Right now, there's not enough chain for it to get past the 3rd cog of the wide 6-speed cluster. I'm asking that poor ol' derailleur to do a lot more than it was designed. I could also probably change the 39t ring to a 42t, but I like the novelty of the 39, and the lower gearing will come in handy around here. More than anyone wanted to know...
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Hope you find one. I thing the 50/39 combo would be cool. I have a Peugeot stamped Sronglight 50/40 set up on a mixte that just looks right.
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