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Old 04-26-19, 10:18 AM
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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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Originally Posted by cudak888

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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Originally Posted by cudak888
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

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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

ISO 700c Steel Fork 1" Threaded 250mm Steerer to fit 62cmPeugeot Versallies.
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Originally Posted by brianinc-ville
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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Caliper Brake - cruiser / BMX type

ISO a front brake for a coaster brake clunker I am working on.
Need the brake caliper and the brake lever.
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ISO a mid-eighties frame with decent-to-good tubing, fender mounts, >=58cm seat tube, and <= 58cm top tube, and it needs to fit 700c wheels. Does not need to include a fork. Should fit JIS bottom bracket and headset bearings.
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Have: Sakae CR triple crankset 175 mm arms. It could use the anodizing stripped off the arms. Chainrings are 48/44/28

ISO: Sakae CR triple or double crankset with 170mm arms.


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Originally Posted by willydstyle
ISO a mid-eighties frame with decent-to-good tubing, fender mounts, >=58cm seat tube, and <= 58cm top tube, and it needs to fit 700c wheels. Does not need to include a fork. Should fit JIS bottom bracket and headset bearings.
Worth a try

How about an 80s Araya Aerodynamics frameset 59cm ctt

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WTB for Campagnolo 70 Italian bottom bracket for Record crankset.

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Originally Posted by malcala622
Worth a try

How about an 80s Araya Aerodynamics frameset 59cm ctt
The lack of fender mounts and the suntour symmetric shifter mount make this a no-go for me. Thanks for your time!
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ISO: 400mm 28.6 silver seat post

Have: what it takes to make this trade!

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Originally Posted by scozim
Have: Sakae CR triple crankset 175 mm arms. It could use the anodizing stripped off the arms.

ISO: Sakae CR triple crankset with 170mm arms.

Willing to trade just the arms and I keep the chainrings. These are 48/44/28. Would prefer to run 50-52/38-39 double. So would need a large directional Sakae CR ring.

I have a Sugino RT that's a look-alike to this set, if it's this "style" that you're after. 170, 52/40. Quite used. Significant chain rub on the inside of the DS arm. I can PM you photos tonight if you want.
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Originally Posted by madpogue
I have a Sugino RT that's a look-alike to this set, if it's this "style" that you're after. 170, 52/40. Quite used. Significant chain rub on the inside of the DS arm. I can PM you photos tonight if you want.
Thanks - I prefer the Sakae version as it's a little lighter.
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Looking for some early SunTour Superbe bits for my Griffon. My rear derailleur is date code TG (July '77), so that period, 77-80. This won't be a purist build (will be using one of Bob Freeman's Campy Ti conversion seatposts and Specialized hubs, for instance), but I'd like it to mostly look the part when I'm finished.Nice to have:I've got cash but would prefer to trade, if possible. I've got Campy drivetrain bits, brakes, etc, also some Galli stuff I'd let go, even a nice Huret Jubilee rear derailleur. Let me know what you need.
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I've got an FD date codee UF(June,78)
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Last time I needed one of those I foind a similar one on an older base level Tektro caliper and modified it using a file.
Worked a charm. Try the local coop or LBS, lots of Shimano calipers ised a similar bushing. Not the same, but similar.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
Thanks for that info. I'll stop by the local bike thrift store on Monday.
Im going to a co-op this weekend ill keep an eye out for these.

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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Looking for some early SunTour Superbe bits for my Griffon. My rear derailleur is date code TG (July '77), so that period, 77-80. This won't be a purist build (will be using one of Bob Freeman's Campy Ti conversion seatposts and Specialized hubs, for instance), but I'd like it to mostly look the part when I'm finished.Nice to have:I've got cash but would prefer to trade, if possible. I've got Campy drivetrain bits, brakes, etc, also some Galli stuff I'd let go, even a nice Huret Jubilee rear derailleur. Let me know what you need.

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^^^^ Magic wig, makes embroidered words on clothing appear backward......
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With hair colour like that you should collect Colnago, not Bianchi.
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^^^^ Magic wig, makes embroidered words on clothing appear backward......
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With hair colour like that you should collect Colnago, not Bianchi.
Yeah i really should change the setting on my wig to take the pictures correctly.

I collect them all
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
With hair colour like that you should collect Colnago, not Bianchi.
Trying to picture that wig in Celeste green. Not working....
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Downtube shift levers

ISO, WTB: 8 or 9 speed Shimano downtube shift levers in real good condition. I have some items to trade or can purchase with Paypal. Would like to keep cost under $50 for purchase, but willing to go higher for the right set. Sora level and up. Could possibly go for other brand.
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How about a like-new pair of Shimano 105 (1055 series) 8 speed DT shifters? Not sure they were ever mounted.
$35 plus shipping.
PM me if interested.
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