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Old 05-06-19, 04:14 PM
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ISO Dura Ace AX derailleurs.
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
ISO/WTB Campy Gran Sport? steel cage pedals, nice and cheap plz.
My co-op has some in the case. The case is for items that go for more than the usual crap kept in boxes, tubs, and buckets.

I suspect Iíll be going there at some point this week. If so, Iíll check on Ďem in case you havenít found a pair by that point.
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Originally Posted by deux jambes View Post
My co-op has some in the case. The case is for items that go for more than the usual crap kept in boxes, tubs, and buckets.

I suspect Iíll be going there at some point this week. If so, Iíll check on Ďem in case you havenít found a pair by that point.
That would be awesome.

Will you be joining us at the Albany Vintage bike show next Saturday?
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I posted this over in the MTB ISO/FT thread and then realized that I was probably barking up a ridiculous wall - AMP Research forks are already so far removed from anything "modern" that I'm better off asking here:

Have:
An AMP Research F1 threadless 1" aluminum steerer fork. Nice overall shape. Not perfect, but presentable. Steerer is 168mm from crown race to top:




Want:
Same fork, but with a 1" steerer tube that's around 30cm taller (~200mm). Can be threaded 1" too. Willing to trade the entire fork or swap the whole upper assembly. Would even consider parting with the lower fork assembly too, as I intend to build a shorter fork for it (as you may have guessed from the pic. And if you're wondering what on earth I'm up to...build thread).

Please PM if you have something.

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ISO Campy Braze On Triple Front Derailleur

Found one, @hazetguy to the rescue. Thanks.


Looking for a Campy braze on triple front derailleur, 8 or 9 speed. Good condition, no rust.

Like this these:






Campy made them for a number of different gruppos. Doesn't matter which one.

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Originally Posted by verktyg View Post
Looking for a Campy braze on triple front derailleur, 8 or 9 speed. Good condition, no rust.

Like this these:

I've got a Veloce, here are a couple pics. Send a PM if you're interested.


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Old 05-07-19, 11:38 PM
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need some nice flat bar brake levers, Something Sturmey Archer or Weimann like. for this
Gazelle Primeur from 83. This will have Sturmey Archer Drum brake hubs front and rear, a dynamo front and 5 speed rear.

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Old 05-08-19, 08:21 AM
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Pending trade!

Apologies for cross-posting in the for sale thread.

I've got an "ochre" Brooks B17 in good, barely broken in condition I'd like to trade for something narrower. Looking for a Brooks Team Pro, Swallow, or Cambium C15, preferably All-Weather. Would like something in similar condition, so I can throw in a couple bucks to make up any difference in value if it's a Swallow.







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Originally Posted by bwilli88 View Post
need some nice flat bar brake levers, Something Sturmey Archer or Weimann like. for this
Gazelle Primeur from 83. This will have Sturmey Archer Drum brake hubs front and rear, a dynamo front and 5 speed rear.
IMO this is the brake lever you want:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-N-O...0AAOSwSv1XmGO2
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Old 05-08-19, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by bwilli88 View Post
need some nice flat bar brake levers, Something Sturmey Archer or Weimann like. for this
Gazelle Primeur from 83. This will have Sturmey Archer Drum brake hubs front and rear, a dynamo front and 5 speed rear.
I have a pair of decent Raleigh levers that are yours for the cost of postage (and consideration if I need a part or two in the future). The levers are quite clean, the hardware - not so much.

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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
Want:
Same fork, but with a 1" steerer tube that's around 30cm taller (~200mm). Can be threaded 1" too. Willing to trade the entire fork or swap the whole upper assembly. Would even consider parting with the lower fork assembly too, as I intend to build a shorter fork for it (as you may have guessed from the pic. And if you're wondering what on earth I'm up to...build thread).

Please PM if you have something.

-Kurt
Kurt, do you need a 700c fork or a 26" fork? It's hard to tell from the photo.

EDIT: looks liked it's 26" in that thread.
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Note to you BLOWHARD MORONS out there: The fork is not bent. Most PEUGEOTS of the '70s forks DID NOT line up with the head tube angle. This is normal. The last pic is from the 1972 Dutch catalog showing this EXACT MODEL in diagram. Keep your comments to yourself......
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Originally Posted by TimmyT View Post
Kurt, do you need a 700c fork or a 26" fork? It's hard to tell from the photo.

EDIT: looks liked it's 26" in that thread.
It's 26", but I'd swap the whole thing for a 700C fork with the right steerer length. It doesn't really matter either way, given that all I need is the longer steerer. The fork blades will be replaced with a custom 20" fork with laser-cut mounts for the AMP hardware.

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Need a Stronglight spindle ,125 mm, for a Stronglight 93 triple on a Peugeot PX 10. I broke off a bolt in my spindle making it useless. I have a lot to trade.
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Need a Stronglight spindle ,125 mm, for a Stronglight 93 triple on a Peugeot PX 10. I broke off a bolt in my spindle making it useless. I have a lot to trade.
Any way to use something like this to try to get the bolt remnant out?

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Originally Posted by Steve Whitlatch View Post
Need a Stronglight spindle ,125 mm, for a Stronglight 93 triple on a Peugeot PX 10. I broke off a bolt in my spindle making it useless. I have a lot to trade.
These are nearly unobtanium - it might be worth it to take it to a machine shop to have it drilled out and have the threads chased/tapped.
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ISO/WTB Campy Gran Sport? steel cage pedals, nice and cheap plz.
Got it sorted.
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Originally Posted by Steve Whitlatch View Post
Need a Stronglight spindle ,125 mm, for a Stronglight 93 triple on a Peugeot PX 10. I broke off a bolt in my spindle making it useless. I have a lot to trade.
I found a 121mm Nervar spindle in my stash. Might work with a couple of spacers if you can't find the Stronglight.
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I found a 121mm Nervar spindle in my stash. Might work with a couple of spacers if you can't find the Stronglight.
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These are nearly unobtanium - it might be worth it to take it to a machine shop to have it drilled out and have the threads chased/tapped.
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Any way to use something like this to try to get the bolt remnant out?

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Thank`s for the replies. Yes they do seem to be scarce. There is one on eBay for only $169.
I had another model 93 crank set that was a double and I did have a 118 mm Stronglight spindle in my bin. The buyer of the bike is happy with the double I installed. I will give him the triple crank set as well as the 125 spindle with the broken bolt. Hopefully he will be able to have it fixed. I will share the advice I received from you guys with him. Best I can do.
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Originally Posted by Steve Whitlatch View Post
Thank`s for the replies. Yes they do seem to be scarce. There is one on eBay for only $169.
I had another model 93 crank set that was a double and I did have a 118 mm Stronglight spindle in my bin. The buyer of the bike is happy with the double I installed. I will give him the triple crank set as well as the 125 spindle with the broken bolt. Hopefully he will be able to have it fixed. I will share the advice I received from you guys with him. Best I can do.
If for some reason he doesnít use the 125 spindle, please refer him to me, Iíd like get it and try to work on it. Thanks!

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Yes [Stronglight 125 spindles] do seem to be scarce. There is one on eBay for only $169.
I'm sure you could buy a new Phil Wood cartridge suitable for a Stronglight triple for less than that.

https://www.philwood.com/products/bbpages/ssbb.php
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ISO.....3 Campy top tube cable clamps

I have Simplex and NOS Shimano for trade as well as other stuff.
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EZ-Outs

Originally Posted by mech986 View Post
Any way to use something like this to try to get the bolt remnant out?

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Crank arm bolts are hardened steel maybe up to 40 Rockwell C.

There are a number of ways to remove the broken off bolt: an EZ-Out type of screw extractor, a left hand drill bit and other methods including chemicals and EDM.

Here's a brief hammersmith video on how to use an EZ-Out:


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Originally Posted by Steve Whitlatch View Post
Need a Stronglight spindle ,125 mm, for a Stronglight 93 triple on a Peugeot PX 10. I broke off a bolt in my spindle making it useless. I have a lot to trade.
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These are nearly unobtanium - it might be worth it to take it to a machine shop to have it drilled out and have the threads chased/tapped.
+ 1. Stronglight spindles in that length are really tough to find. Velo Orange is having a sale but the longest one they have is 122 for a symmetrical axle. Ditto with IRD BBs (122 is the longest I think). You can get an SKF from Compass Cycles in 126 mm but that is may be too short as it is symmetrical and the price is astronomical.
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I'm looking for a 21" Trek Multitrack preferably lugged but will also take a tigged frame. Pain t co dithion is unimportant as long as there's no dents or heavy rust.

MultiTracks are easy to come by,but not in 21" and definitely not lugged.
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Originally Posted by r0ckh0und View Post
ISO.....3 Campy top tube cable clamps

I have Simplex and NOS Shimano for trade as well as other stuff.
Decently priced set here (not mine):
https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-Vintage-C...3/254229152332
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