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Old 03-27-19, 07:31 PM
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ISO: Nashbar carbon fork with 1" aluminum steerer.
Would prefer the threaded version with at least 9" of steerer, but will accept the 1" non-threaded if it has at least 12" of steerer tube.
I have a new, uncut Tifosi 1" threadless CF fork with eyelets and aluminum steerer, which measures 11.75". It's this one, though you can have it for significantly less than that. PM me if interested.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT View Post
I have the threaded version in the stash that is available. I will double check the steerer length, but I'm pretty sure it's the longest they made.
Originally Posted by nlerner View Post
I have a new, uncut Tifosi 1" threadless CF fork with eyelets and aluminum steerer, which measures 11.75". It's this one, though you can have it for significantly less than that. PM me if interested.

Thanks a bunch, guys. Another member has already PM'd me with one that might just fit the bill. If it doesn't work out I'll contact you for more details.
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ISO Shimano MTB hub, BB spindle and Beat B17

Hello looking for the following as common as dirt (in 1995) parts

Shimano HB RM 50 front hub, many on ebay but never in 32 hole, needs to be 32

"Maxi" BB spindle D-3NL, should be a 122.5 length with a driveside bias of +2.5.

A black B17 with 20% life left, ie well beat (going for a specific look)

Thanks to anyone who can help
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Looking for a spring for a set of Universal center-pull calipers (left side looking at it from the front). I'd be interesed in a complete caliper but I just need the spring so condition doesn't matter.
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Old 03-30-19, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by SimplySycles1 View Post
Hello looking for the following as common as dirt (in 1995) parts

Shimano HB RM 50 front hub, many on ebay but never in 32 hole, needs to be 32

"Maxi" BB spindle D-3NL, should be a 122.5 length with a driveside bias of +2.5.

A black B17 with 20% life left, ie well beat (going for a specific look)

Thanks to anyone who can help
Let me rephrase that... you're looking for a worn out black leather saddle? Does it have to be a B17? So, a black Professional won't do, nor a B15? How about some other brand, Wrights or Idéale? I ask cuz I have lots of saddles that are near the point of needing to be recovered... but maybe not there yet.
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TRADE
I have a few pairs of too-big vintage touring shoes I'd love to trade for some smaller ones.
Two pairs of Bata Bikers, size 9 (only one pictured). The other pair is in better shape, both the sole and upper have a lot less wear and tear.
Avocet Touring 30, size 9.5 (fits slightly smaller than the Batas)
All are in ok shape, definitely not NOS but still with lots of miles left.

Would like to trade for a pair of identical or similar shoes in a size 8-8.5
Can ship/receive in Canada or U.S.
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Originally Posted by SimplySycles1 View Post
Hello looking for the following as common as dirt (in 1995) parts

Shimano HB RM 50 front hub, many on ebay but never in 32 hole, needs to be 32

"Maxi" BB spindle D-3NL, should be a 122.5 length with a driveside bias of +2.5.

A black B17 with 20% life left, ie well beat (going for a specific look)

Thanks to anyone who can help
I have a black B17 with 20% life left, and I'm riding it, but I'll sell it to you. Make me an offer. Pictures are here.
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ISO - Campagnolo Freewheel Hub

Hi Folks,

ISO - a Campagnolo freewheel hub with 36 holes and English threads in usable or rebuildable condition. Model, flange size and OLD are not important for this project. I consider a hub with good cups and grease shields intact as rebuildable.
I’m looking for a hub to build a wheel to pair up with a Tipo hubbed front wheel that it is on my 1964 Holdsworth Typhoon that is setup as a single speed. Thought it would be nice to have Campagnolo on both ends. I have a few vintage bits to trade; Fluted 26.6 seat posts, various quill stems, Dia Compe 500 brakes, various BCD chainrings, etc.

Thanks & regards,

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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00 View Post
Hi Folks,

ISO - a Campagnolo freewheel hub with 36 holes and English threads in usable or rebuildable condition. Model, flange size and OLD are not important for this project. I consider a hub with good cups and grease shields intact as rebuildable.
I’m looking for a hub to build a wheel to pair up with a Tipo hubbed front wheel that it is on my 1964 Holdsworth Typhoon that is setup as a single speed. Thought it would be nice to have Campagnolo on both ends. I have a few vintage bits to trade; Fluted 26.6 seat posts, various quill stems, Dia Compe 500 brakes, various BCD chainrings, etc.

Thanks & regards,

Van
Just so happens I have an orphan rear hub and it might even be a Tipo, not sure. It can come fully serviced if you wish, or just loose parts.
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Old 04-01-19, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by rhm View Post
Let me rephrase that... you're looking for a worn out black leather saddle? Does it have to be a B17? So, a black Professional won't do, nor a B15? How about some other brand, Wrights or Idéale? I ask cuz I have lots of saddles that are near the point of needing to be recovered... but maybe not there yet.
Hi, thanks for contacting me on my search. so to define a little better (i said B17 because of being familiar) but open to:

Not B15 (too narrow)
Need bag loops, i think some Professionals had?
Black, bag loops, not "narrow" any brand is good

Thanks again
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Originally Posted by SimplySycles1 View Post
Hi, thanks for contacting me on my search. so to define a little better (i said B17 because of being familiar) but open to:

Not B15 (too narrow)
Need bag loops, i think some Professionals had?
Black, bag loops, not "narrow" any brand is good

Thanks again
Ruben
Okay, I will look through my stash and see what I have to offer.
Two notes:
1, correct, the Professional has no bag loops.
2, if you're looking for an older saddle, the shape you want is called a "Champion Standard." The one you do not want is the "Champion Narrow." Both B17 and B15 came in both versions. The difference was the quality of the leather, the shapes were the same.
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ISO: Simplex SLJ shifter parts

ISO : the tension springs for Simplex SLJ shifters. The right side on my shifter is broken. The part of the spring that sets into the groove on the lever has broken off and the spring just spins along with the center bushing,providing no tension. Anyone have any, or know a source to get them? Thanks..John
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Velo Classique in the US has spare springs for SLJ levers. Details are in my post here: https://peugeotcoursepb12.wordpress....-installation/
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Originally Posted by SimplySycles1 View Post
Hello looking for the following as common as dirt (in 1995) parts

Shimano HB RM 50 front hub, many on ebay but never in 32 hole, needs to be 32

"Maxi" BB spindle D-3NL, should be a 122.5 length with a driveside bias of +2.5.

A black B17 with 20% life left, ie well beat (going for a specific look)

Thanks to anyone who can help
This isn't what you asked for, but a regular Shimano UN26 or UN55 122.5mm cartridge BB has a driveside bias of 1mm, so you could fake the above pretty easily with 1-2mm of drive-side spacers. Just an idea if the spindle proves hard to come by.
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Velo Classique in the US has spare springs for SLJ levers. Details are in my post here: https://peugeotcoursepb12.wordpress....-installation/
Thanks.. Wayne @ VeloClassique does have them and I just placed my order.

ps- I originally found VeloClassique thru your article!
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EDIT: found the top I needed!

Anybody have a bell top which does not have a functioning bottom? I got this old ringer off a Japanese bike and would like to put it back in service.

trade with stuff as usual.


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Old 04-02-19, 06:07 PM
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Anybody have a bell top...
In the event that nothing turns up here, I’ll keep my eyes peeled when I visit the co-op tomorrow.
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ISO: Campy thin cup bb spindle (Gran Sport, etc) ~ 115mm, English / 68 (or similar ISO bb)

HAVE: Same spindle as above, 70 / Italian. Other stuff...
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Anybody have a bell top which does not have a functioning bottom? I got this old ringer off a Japanese bike and would like to put it back in service.
That looks almost identical to the cheap "retro" bells on eBay for $2, except the eBay bell tops are aluminum so they don't sound great.
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In the event that nothing turns up here, I’ll keep my eyes peeled when I visit the co-op tomorrow.
Thanks Matt! That Co-op has come through before!
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That looks almost identical to the cheap "retro" bells on eBay for $2, except the eBay bell tops are aluminum so they don't sound great.
Okay, so you’re saying I could but I shouldn’t?

The works actually match the Crane bell offerings.
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I was just commenting. If you like the sound of a brass crane bell, the aluminum eBay ones will be a disappointment. They go ding ding like a bell should, but it's just not the sound of a crane. If you'd settle for any bell top that would fit, you could get one for a couple of bucks from China, but it would also come with shiny new hardware.
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I'm looking for two 110mm BCD chainrings with pins and ramps. I don't care much what sizes they are. Maybe 40 and 50 would be ideal, but whatever. I found a nice crankset with 165mm arms, and it has 74mm BCD fittings for the small chainring.

I have lots of cranksets available for trade. Some have Biopace rings.
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ISO: Barrel adjusters

I have a set of Gran Compe Brakes which are missing the adjusters.

Essentially the same as Superbe or Record where the bottom of the threaded adjustment wheel is concaved to match the dish at the top of the caliper.

Doesn't have to be Gran Compe specifically. Could be the other two mentioned just the same, as they’d work just as well.

Securing a pair of these barrel adjusters would just about complete my essential needs list for the Eisentraut build. So if you have a couple which are not in use, I would love to buy them or work out a trade if possible.

Thanks!
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ISO Shimano Levers

I am looking for Shimano brake levers,:Tiagra, 105, Sora; and down tube shift levers 8 or 9 speed. I have some items for trade and can also purchase.
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