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Old 03-13-19, 07:23 AM
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
Thanks, Van. I have a 52t and need a 50t (118 bcd). My problem is the small ring is a 39 (not a 42) More than anyone wanted to know...
Sorry I missed this. Pretty sure I've got a 50, will send pics tomorrow, PM?
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PM?
Sure. Thanks.
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Sure. Thanks.
This what you want? Check PM.
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Old 03-17-19, 10:30 AM
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Araya ct-19 or similar rim. Aluminum, 32H.
I don't need a full wheel but if you have this on a rear hub I could still be interested.

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ISO - Mid-late '80s Shimano 105 or 600 road levers, prefer aero

Have - Campag Centaur(?) bottom bracket, Italian thread, 24x36, 68x111mm. Full disclosure - bought this at a thrift sale, it was in a box for a higher-end BB of the same size, so presumably removed for an upgrade. Clearly been installed/removed, but it's buttery smooth. From the tapers, it's hard to tell if crank arms were ever attached.

Options - I may consider a different model of levers, as long as they're aero and hoods are in good shape. I also have other parts, but mostly MTB.


(Clockwise to tighten on drive side means Italian thread, right?)

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Originally Posted by The_Joe View Post
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Araya ct-19 or similar rim. Aluminum, 32H.
I don't need a full wheel but if you have this on a rear hub I could still be interested.
I have a pair of Araya TX 350 rims, new old stock. I will look through my wheels later today to see if I have a wheel with the specific rim that you are looking for.
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Originally Posted by madpogue View Post

(Clockwise to tighten on drive side means Italian thread, right?)
More definitively, "36 x 24F" means Italian thread.
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Old 03-18-19, 12:23 PM
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
More definitively, "36 x 24F" means Italian thread.
Not to be confused with 36 x 24 x 36, which would refer to a brick house.

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Old 03-18-19, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by jethin View Post


And not to be confused with 36 x 24 x 36, which would refer to a brick house.
A small brick house as I recall.
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Originally Posted by dweenk View Post
A small brick house as I recall.
Yes, approximately 5' 3" by imperial Mix-a-Lotian standards.
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Old 03-18-19, 02:06 PM
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Oh no, this is starting to look like the Linda Ronstadt thread....
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Looking to build up a Takara touring bike and want a triple crank set. I don't like the aesthetics of the really modern sets and prefer the look of the older sets. I have several Campagnola Strada doubles in very good condition for trades (or could offer a set of 1st generation Dura Ace brakes (either silver or black). PM if interested.

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Originally Posted by WGB View Post
Looking to build up a Takara touring bike and want a triple crank set. I don't like the aesthetics of the really modern sets and prefer the look of the older sets. I have several Campagnola Strada doubles in very good condition for trades (or could offer a set of 1st generation Dura Ace brakes (either silver or black). PM if interested.
Reach out to Jim Merz or Bob Freeman. Have them drill one of your doubles for a triple, bolts are a challenge. Or get a Willow tripleizer.
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Originally Posted by Fat Tire Trader View Post
I have a pair of Araya TX 350 rims, new old stock. I will look through my wheels later today to see if I have a wheel with the specific rim that you are looking for.
If you do have said rim and it's on a tri color rear hub I'd be even more interested.
I don't have much to trade but I do have Campy Victory hubs I could part with.
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I have a Sakae CR triple, 175, 50/42/28 for sale over yonder: Cranks and Rings: Campy, Stronglight, SR, Nervar
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jeirvine - saw your ad, just trying to empty my stash a bit. I am going to try listing some stuff tonight on the sale page. Wife is tapping her foot and I think I will have to decide what moves out....
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Gold rims, non aero, 32 or 36 hole, good from 10 ft +? or so. Maybe complete wheels?

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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
Gold rims, non aero, 32 or 36 hole, good from 10 ft +? or so. Maybe complete wheels?
Uhh, real c&v, or clincher?
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ISO Sachs New Success 8 speed RD, long cage

I know, it's a unicorn. I have a full bin of non-aero brake levers (Diacompe, Shimano, Weinmann) some Shimano 5 and 6 speed UG hubs of various levels (there's an XT and a 105 in there,) Biopace rings galore, 26.0 Ritchey Pro ergo drops in super huge 46mm size, Shimano 105 7 speed era hubs, Exage Sport brakes with a nice polished finish, a few random Shimano downtube levers, 9 speed bar ends, 7 speed bar ends, 8 speed bar ends, 10 speed bar ends, a couple 7 speed cassettes, a Nishiki ONP frameset (wait, WHAT?) a ridiculous pile of old MTB pedals that I should probably just throw away, Jandd Expedition racks, front and rear, sandblasted bare and ready to tour. Also slightly bent Nitto bullhorns and small drop bars in decent shape, a weird Nitto riser stem that has a hole for a brake cable to pass through (completely...) some random Suntour Cyclone parts from an old Fuji The Finest, Altenburger dual pivot brakes, Tourney centerpulls, Diacompe, Weinmann, and some generic centerpulls as well. I have a couple XT headsets, a 730 and the one with the oversize bearings (735?) Let me know if you can use any of this garbage, I missed out on the last NOS RD on ebay and I'm willing to part with a mass of alloy, steel and dirt of equal value.
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Uhh, real c&v, or clincher?
Doh, sorry, my bad. Either or both, wimpy clincher preferred.
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Rear New Success 8s.
You may already be aware, but don't try to use one of the ARIS 6/7s RD with 8 cogs. It will index perfectly,no problem there, but getting enough travel across all the cogs will be an issue. I've done it, had to even pull the c-clip off the hanger bolt to gain the extra mm's required - even with the limit screw backed out all the way. I've since moved that one back to a 7s setup, and have an 8s (short-cage, sorry) Sachs doing the job.

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trial and error

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You may already be aware, but don't try to use one of the ARIS 6/7s RD with 8 cogs. It will index perfectly,no problem there, but getting enough travel across all the cogs will be an issue. I've done it, had to even pull the c-clip off the hanger bolt to gain the extra mm's required - even with the limit screw backed out all the way. I've since moved that one back to a 7s setup, and have an 8s (short-cage, sorry) Sachs doing the job.

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Yes, I found out the hard way and came up against the travel issue. Since the Sachs 8 speed spacing results in a cassette that is 1.4mm wider than Shimano, hitting the largest cog with a 7 speed derailleur is dodgy. I REALLY love the ergos, but I'm afraid the other necessary bits are going to break the bank. My last ditch effort is a mid cage 105 8 speed RD, gonna try that one out later today.
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ISO: Campagnolo ATHENA aero seatpost, 27.2 size. Looking for the style that has the ATHENA marking above the Campagnolo marking (in a band). Please see detail pics (taken from eBay, thank you) as an example.
I do not need NOS perfect, just a good used one that isn't too beat up.
I have other seatposts to trade (different sizes, brands, condition), and a lot of other parts too.
Looking for straight across trade of equal, mutually agreed upon value. That way we each come out with something we each can use or need.
Shipping to/from NC 28806
Thanks!

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ISO: 36 hole Mavic GL330 tubular rim, the generation with the red with gold lettering stickers. Brake track wear is fine, as long as there's life left in it.
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Originally Posted by madpogue View Post
ISO - Mid-late '80s Shimano 105 or 600 road levers, prefer aero

Have - Campag Centaur(?) bottom bracket, Italian thread, 24x36, 68x111mm. Full disclosure - bought this at a thrift sale, it was in a box for a higher-end BB of the same size, so presumably removed for an upgrade. Clearly been installed/removed, but it's buttery smooth. From the tapers, it's hard to tell if crank arms were ever attached.

Options - I may consider a different model of levers, as long as they're aero and hoods are in good shape. I also have other parts, but mostly MTB.

(Clockwise to tighten on drive side means Italian thread, right
That’s gonna be Italian 70x111. Righty tighty both sides. You can’t really measure the distance between the cups as the 68 or 70 measurement is width of the BB shell on the bike. Don’t want you to disappoint someone expecting an English thread BB.
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