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Old 03-14-18, 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted by kc0yef View Post
Didn't those come in Red or Blue?
Depiction below is someone else's nasty dirty from the net ;-)

I have the red skewer on the front but wouldn't mind either color. The bike is white and blue with badge hinting red. Mixing it up with blue is fine with me.

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Old 03-14-18, 11:54 PM
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I have this 52t 110 BCD Sugino chainring, but looking for a 50t exactly like it. Willing to trade the 52t, or I have all kinds of other odds and ends I could trade as well. Needs to be in pretty good shape. Please let me know if you have one. Thanks in advance!

Still searching for one of these 50t Suginos. I know they came on the Sugino RT crank sets. PLEASE let me know if anyone comes across one.
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Old 03-15-18, 04:31 AM
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Originally Posted by AustinFitz View Post
I have this 52t 110 BCD Sugino chainring, but looking for a 50t exactly like it. Willing to trade the 52t, or I have all kinds of other odds and ends I could trade as well. Needs to be in pretty good shape. Please let me know if you have one. Thanks in advance!

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Still searching for one of these 50t Suginos. I know they came on the Sugino RT crank sets. PLEASE let me know if anyone comes across one.
Apparently these were also sold as Sakae rings, Ebay lists the same 52T and 48T versions, also Sugino.

QBP and Vuelta make a somewhat similar more twisty looking 50T in 110BCD. Of course, many more conventional 50T rings if you need something functional.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chainring-Q...wAAOSwcOlamPUM

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vuelta-110b...p2047675.l2557
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Bump and edit:
I'll swap BOTH stems for an 100mm.

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HAVE: 90 and 120mm Cinelli stems.











NEED: Similar 100 mm Cinelli stem. Will swap either.

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Bump and edit:
I'll swap BOTH stems for an 100mm.
I have a 100mm stem (if you are measuring from center bolt to center of bar clamp). It has some pitting, so it will need to be polished to be pretty. The bolt is way too long, but that's the only one I have.
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ISO 10t Shimano Jockey wheels. Must be index compatible.
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Old 03-16-18, 10:03 PM
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Hi Doc,
Would Shimano 6 sp. 105 groupset also be compatible on the Schwinn SS? Also, I was unable to find the machinist on ebay who makes shims/spacers for the freehub cogs.
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1) Yes, it is compatible.
2) Username is mtbtools.
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2) Username is mtbtools.
I bought some spacers for an Italian bottom bracket from him recently. He seems like a pretty good guy to work with. He initially sent me the wrong thickness but quickly sent out replacements when I asked about it. Great service for what has to be a very low-profit item for him.
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ISO 10t Shimano Jockey wheels. Must be index compatible.
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Looking for a Stronglight Model 99 triple bottom bracket on a Raleigh Grand Sport

To be clear, not french threaded. This is for my Eroica bike, otherwise I'd just slap a sealed unit in and be done with it. Details, details.

There was probably one in the BOC last time it went around these parts, but I didn't think to look.
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Old 03-21-18, 02:03 PM
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ISO Schwinn Ramshorn fastback bars. For a friend, I'm not knowledgeable about this stuff. He's an addicted Schwinn collector. Any suggestions?

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Old 03-21-18, 03:50 PM
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Someone here might have them, but you'd probably do better here... https://www.schwinnbikeforum.com
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There's a pair on ebay, but they are not cheap.
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Seatpost found thanks FBOATSB

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ISO: STRONGLIGHT SEATPOST OR SIMILAR IN 26.2MM

HAVE: SHIMANO 105 1050 HUBSET
3ttt Status quill stem
I have one and can get pics up in a few hours
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I have one and can get pics up in a few hours
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ISO Campagnolo clamp bolt washer 2004

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ISO: aero levers, with good hoods and return springs
Have: Shimano 600 EX non-aero levers, with excellent hoods

The catch here is that I will next be in the US the second half of May. If there is anyone attending SOTR who wants to make this trade, it would be the perfect solution, from my end anyway.
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ISO: aero levers, with good hoods and return springs
Have: Shimano 600 EX non-aero levers, with excellent hoods

The catch here is that I will next be in the US the second half of May. If there is anyone attending SOTR who wants to make this trade, it would be the perfect solution, from my end anyway.
I have a couple of sets of minty Shimano aero levers right here in good ol’ Lynchburg. I don’t need the 600 aero lever but I’ll trade you for some coffee or other (US legal) exotica from Central America. No pics handy right now but one set is BL 400 which I believe is 105 level.
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I have a couple of sets of minty Shimano aero levers right here in good ol’ Lynchburg. I don’t need the 600 aero lever but I’ll trade you for some coffee or other (US legal) exotica from Central America. No pics handy right now but one set is BL 400 which I believe is 105 level.
Great! Will be in touch.
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ISO: vintage track wheelset. Ideally campy pista, ideally clinchers.
Also: campy 42t 144bcd chainring

Lots to trade including:
C record crankset and BB
Super record crankset
Shimano 6200 crankset, brakes & levers
DA 7400 hubset
Cinelli stems (110 & 130)
Campy chainrings (144bcd and 55t, 54t and 49t I think)
Super Record RD

Other random stuff as well, but I think they’re the highlights.
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ISO: Sachs Neos Front Derailleur, clamp on or braze on. If clamp on then 28.6.
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ISO: Lyotard 460D pedals in at least very good condition ( English threaded )

Early Stronglight 49D chain ring bolts ( with the bolt head )


Have to trade:

Silca Impero chrome pump like new w/ Campagnolo steel head, 48 cm uncompressed

Suntour Power ratchet shifters

Pair of Weinmann 610 brakes, polished, no hangers

Silca Impero old style pump ( peg mount ), white, needs leather washer and retaining screw., 46 cm uncompressed w/
Campy steel head - decent condition overall.

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