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Old 04-20-19, 03:20 PM
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@ ISO: JIM BLACKBURN REAR RACK


If you don't find one I can check if what I have will work, I have 3 or 4 of them all different sizes that never worked out for me in the last 20yrs that I've had them. I have a lot on my plate next week so I may not be able to get to them until the following week.

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The "could go either way" orphaned tool trade thread

Not long ago, I posted about my big tool find at the LBS: So the LBS called me up.... After sorting through everything, a few of those tools turned out to be orphans, and this is what remains:




Ideally, I'd like to mate these tools with their missing bits, though there's a mix here of tools I want to keep, and tools that I do not need to keep, either out of choice or duplication.

That said, I'd like to see if there's a possibility to do some trading of orphaned tools here instead of sales. I may be kidding myself, but perhaps there's someone out there who needs one thing here, and also has the bits I need.

So, without further ado, this is the list:
  • 1 Park BBT-6 for adjusting Shimano cartridge BB's. That's right, a cartridge BB adjuster. Read up on the total WTFness of the BBT-6 here. Tool is only one of the two handles w/o the twisty knob. I have no need for this tool and would gladly throw it into a trade.
  • 1 Shimano Dura-Ace TL-RD10. This is the arm that threads onto the freewheel from Shimano's wildly complicated SIS chainline/derailer hanger checking system. It doesn't have the measuring unit that fits onto the hanger. Again, have no need for it; would like to see it find a home where it can be reunited with the rest of its bits.
  • 1 Park HHP-1 headset press. This unit is missing the step-up shims that fit at both ends and the clickity bit that holds the tool at a set length when the headset is being pushed together. This is one of the tools I want to keep, and I'd love to trade for the missing parts. It'll probably accept the HHP-2 parts too.
  • 1 Park FFG-2 dropout alignment tool. Nothing wrong with this one, it's just missing its match. This is the newest version. I already have a matched set of the previous generation. I'd either trade this one off, or trade my two matching units for one that matches this one + something else.
  • 1 Campagnolo dropout alignment tool. It should be a sin to allow one of these to lose its mate, but here it is. I love looking at it, but the Park adjusters are better (yes, I just said that. No worries, I still love my Nuovo Record). Trade bait.
  • 1 Cal-Van #28 pilot bearing puller slide hammer (the red thing at far left). I know this isn't strictly a bike tool, but it was in the pile, and it's in the pic - so I figured I'd mention it. It's missing everything but the handle itself. If someone needs this and can trade some bike tool bits back, I'm game.
Let me know if you have any of the bits I need, or if you need any of the bits I have. Post it here, because even if you don't have what I need, perhaps a three-way trade can be arranged.

No sales, as I've listed no prices. Strictly trades to stay within forum rules.

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ISO rear shimano tri color hub. Preferrably the older 126 spaced model but I am not opposed to cold setting to 130. 32H
Complete wheel would also work if that doesn't make for outrageous shipping costs.

Have- Campy Victory hub set. Italian thread. 36H

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Might be worth dropping a line to Park. I suppose there's a chance they might be willing to sell the missing bits separately.
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ISO rear shimano tri color hub. Preferably the older 126 spaced model but I am not opposed to cold setting to 130. 32H
Complete wheel would also work if that doesn't make for outrageous shipping costs.

Have- Campy Victory hub set. Italian thread. 36H
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Looking to buy or trade a campy caliper pivot bolt. I have a drop bolt and need a straight one for the rear not recessed. Mine is in excellent condition.

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Looking to buy or trade a campy caliper pivot bolt. I have a drop bolt and need a straight one for the rear not recessed. Mine is in excellent condition.
I'd be interested in a trade. I've got a nice "straight" rear bolt in a caliper. I could tear it apart later this morning and send some pics. PM sent.
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I'd be interested in a trade. I've got a nice "straight" rear bolt in a caliper. I could tear it apart later this morning and send some pics. PM sent.
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Looking For: yellow and/or red wedge insert for Cinelli XA or XE stem. Obviously I could by one on ebay, but what's the challenge and fun in that? I also do not mind a reasonably lopsided trade (in your favor) for one or two *nice* wedges.

Also looking for the proper clamping wedge (angled) for a Cinelli XE stem. See pic below (pic taken from an ebay listing).

I have a lot of useless junk high quality merchandise to trade.

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This one is not C&V, but I have faith that the C&V'ers can find one: A friend today was lamenting the loss of his Novara Transfer - a 7-speed IGH commuter that REI used to offer.

He's casually looking for one, and I told him I'd give it a try here.

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Looking For: yellow and/or red wedge insert for Cinelli XA or XE stem. Obviously I could by one on ebay, but what's the challenge and fun in that? I also do not mind a reasonably lopsided trade (in your favor) for one or two *nice* wedges.
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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
This one is not C&V, but I have faith that the C&V'ers can find one: A friend today was lamenting the loss of his Novara Transfer - a 7-speed IGH commuter that REI used to offer.

He's casually looking for one, and I told him I'd give it a try here.

-Kurt
Try Salubrious. He's an IGH guy.
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ISO Campagnolo Italian 113 or 115 BB spindle

Buy or trade for my 111mm spindle

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Try Salubrious. He's an IGH guy.
Paging @Salubrious - see post above Robbie's.

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Paging @Salubrious - see post above Robbie's.

-Kurt
Do you need the whole bike or just a 7-speed hub?

The Shimano 8-speed Alfine is actually pretty good. But stay away from their 11-speed; I tried several examples and only found them useful as a target for a rapidly moving sledge hammer. Shimano is pretty weird about their IGH hubs- the shifters are designed for upright handlebar tubing and don't support dropped bars. Its as if they don't take them seriously.

If you are only needing a commuter, the old Sturmey Archer 3-Speed AW hub is actually very stout and workable if you set it up right. My main ride is a '72 Raleigh Superbe; my main ride because its so handy for going to the store, bank, work, restaurant or around Lake Pepin on the 3-speed tour. Its equipped with lighting and a rack, but most of all a fork lock, which makes it really hard to steal. So I just leave it parked outside of wherever I go. Recently someone tried to steal it as a getaway from the cops that were after him, but he was defeated by the fork lock and was apprehended.
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I'm looking for a Mavic 'Module 4' rim that is 26 x 1 3/8" to go with one I already have. 32, 36 or 40 holes will all work.
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For straight across trade:
I have a set, front and rear, MAVIC 500 hubs. 100 front, 126 rear, English threading. In very nice condition, bearings smooth. These were laced once onto rims, and then never used. No skewers.

I am looking for: Similar condition MAVIC 500 (or 550) hubs in either 32 or 36 hole.

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Do you need the whole bike or just a 7-speed hub?

The Shimano 8-speed Alfine is actually pretty good. But stay away from their 11-speed; I tried several examples and only found them useful as a target for a rapidly moving sledge hammer. Shimano is pretty weird about their IGH hubs- the shifters are designed for upright handlebar tubing and don't support dropped bars. Its as if they don't take them seriously.

If you are only needing a commuter, the old Sturmey Archer 3-Speed AW hub is actually very stout and workable if you set it up right. My main ride is a '72 Raleigh Superbe; my main ride because its so handy for going to the store, bank, work, restaurant or around Lake Pepin on the 3-speed tour. Its equipped with lighting and a rack, but most of all a fork lock, which makes it really hard to steal. So I just leave it parked outside of wherever I go. Recently someone tried to steal it as a getaway from the cops that were after him, but he was defeated by the fork lock and was apprehended.
Great job, Ralph! Just think if you hadn't parked that gem Raleigh with fork lock. Haha.

As for the 8 speed Alfine IGH, I'm slowly building and adapting to a '73 Schwinn World including mid-drive electric.

To demonstrate their robustness, (April 2019) Buell just launched a new e-bike with the same 8 speed Alfine.
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Do you need the whole bike or just a 7-speed hub?

The Shimano 8-speed Alfine is actually pretty good. But stay away from their 11-speed; I tried several examples and only found them useful as a target for a rapidly moving sledge hammer. Shimano is pretty weird about their IGH hubs- the shifters are designed for upright handlebar tubing and don't support dropped bars. Its as if they don't take them seriously.

If you are only needing a commuter, the old Sturmey Archer 3-Speed AW hub is actually very stout and workable if you set it up right. My main ride is a '72 Raleigh Superbe; my main ride because its so handy for going to the store, bank, work, restaurant or around Lake Pepin on the 3-speed tour. Its equipped with lighting and a rack, but most of all a fork lock, which makes it really hard to steal. So I just leave it parked outside of wherever I go. Recently someone tried to steal it as a getaway from the cops that were after him, but he was defeated by the fork lock and was apprehended.
This is a friend who's entirely partial to the Novara Transfer because his was stolen. Personally, I think he'd be better off digging up a nice, light VLW frame with horizontal drops and stuffing a 7 or 8 speed IGH in it. There's a Trek 520 Touring at the LBS with S&S couplers on it that'd be just the ticket if it didn't have vertical drops. If I recall right, his current rig is a white 950 Single Track set up with a more relaxed stem and street tires.

EDIT: It's funny how small the community of S&S couplers are. This is the 520 that's at the shop: http://www.sandsmachine.com/a_bil_r55.htm. My size too. I'd probably be gah-gah over it if it weren't for that hideous fork.

Sounds more like Shimano doesn't expect road riders or high speed commuters to use them. I'd like to see trigger shifters, myself. Has anyone published what the cable travel is on these? Perhaps there's a C&V downtube shifter that's compatible.

You're preaching to the choir with the Sturmey AW - I'm an FW fellow myself. and my '51 Raleigh Sports has an FG in it. I like having that extra gear down low.

Please tell me someone captured video of that thief coming down in a pile when that fork wouldn't steer

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ISO: a 700c wheel with a non-coaster-brake Shimano Nexus 3-speed hub (roller, disc, or rim-brake models are fine).

Alternately, just the hub. But a built wheel would be better.
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Sounds more like Shimano doesn't expect road riders or high speed commuters to use them. I'd like to see trigger shifters, myself. Has anyone published what the cable travel is on these? Perhaps there's a C&V downtube shifter that's compatible.

You're preaching to the choir with the Sturmey AW - I'm an FW fellow myself. and my '51 Raleigh Sports has an FG in it. I like having that extra gear down low.


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Yes, my Humber Sports has an FW (alloy no less- it was on there when I got it), and I'm currently assembling a Raleigh Lenton with an FG. A local hill of repute in the Twin Cities is the Ramsey Hill and I went to the top of that without stopping on my Humber-- when riding that bike I often feel I could take it almost anywhere if the tires were a little wider
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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
This is a friend who's entirely partial to the Novara Transfer because his was stolen. Personally, I think he'd be better off digging up a nice, light VLW frame with horizontal drops and stuffing a 7 or 8 speed IGH in it. There's a Trek 520 Touring at the LBS with S&S couplers on it that'd be just the ticket if it didn't have vertical drops. If I recall right, his current rig is a white 950 Single Track set up with a more relaxed stem and street tires.

EDIT: It's funny how small the community of S&S couplers are. This is the 520 that's at the shop: Trek 520 Touring Bike Retrofit by Bilenky Cycle Works. My size too. I'd probably be gah-gah over it if it weren't for that hideous fork.

Sounds more like Shimano doesn't expect road riders or high speed commuters to use them. I'd like to see trigger shifters, myself. Has anyone published what the cable travel is on these? Perhaps there's a C&V downtube shifter that's compatible.

You're preaching to the choir with the Sturmey AW - I'm an FW fellow myself. and my '51 Raleigh Sports has an FG in it. I like having that extra gear down low.

Please tell me someone captured video of that thief coming down in a pile when that fork wouldn't steer

-Kurt
I used, with my 7s Nexus, an 8s Sora STI shifter coupled with a Problem Solvers doubler. Worked reasonably well- probably would have been better with a 7s shifter. I didn't have a 7sti to try. So that makes the travel, is it ~5.3 (?) mm. I don't recall the numbers I was working with, but 2x the STI cable pull.

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ISO 700c Steel Fork 1" Threaded 250mm Steerer to fit 62cmPeugeot Versallies.
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ISO: a 700c wheel with a non-coaster-brake Shimano Nexus 3-speed hub (roller, disc, or rim-brake models are fine).

Alternately, just the hub. But a built wheel would be better.
I have half a dozen of the roller brake versions in my shop. Won't be able to send one until late July to the states from here in Cambodia.
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