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Old 06-20-19, 07:52 AM
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I believe I've got what I need for Superbe brakes. (Wound up finding a pair of bare recessed calipers on eBay.) Might have a partial long reach pair when I'm done, depending how the mix-n-match process goes.
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I'm looking for a 19T single speed freewheel. It's not clear that these even exist! So I will settle for an 18T.

I can offer fixed gear cogs of many sizes.
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I need some small bits for Campagnolo record brake levers. I need one 2037 nut and a pair of the 2038 washers. Used and gross is fine:
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Old 06-21-19, 12:00 PM
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Picked up the 13-18.

Thanks for the offer though!

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Old 06-22-19, 04:36 PM
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ISO 26.8 seat post with more setback than a Sugino SP-H. Currently my saddle is slammed back.
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Old 06-23-19, 09:50 AM
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Joe, I searched for one a few weeks ago on e-bay. I-cycle had one he offered to me for $27. It was Gippeme
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Old 06-23-19, 10:26 AM
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I’ve got the following:

CLB professional front and rear brakes
Campy NR bar end shifters
Campy NR DT shifters
Campy NR front and rear derailleurs ca ‘82
Campy NR Wheelsets x2 Ambrosia rims
Stronglight 93 crankset
Mafac RAID brakeset
RSX STI shifters 7 spd, need cleaning
Windsor Carrera brakes and levers

looking for:
1x groupset for road (clutch derailleur, crankset, 10 spd shifters)
singlespeed setup for vintage MTB - chainring, sprocket, v-brake levers, tensioner.

lets work something out.

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Old 06-24-19, 10:24 PM
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Originally Posted by amillhench View Post
I’ve got the following:

CLB professional front and rear brakes
Campy NR bar end shifters
Campy NR DT shifters
Campy NR front and rear derailleurs ca ‘82
Campy NR Wheelsets x2 Ambrosia rims
Stronglight 93 crankset
Mafac RAID brakeset
RSX STI shifters 7 spd, need cleaning
Windsor Carrera brakes and levers

lets work something out.
Hi,

I'm interested in your Stronglight 93 Crankset and have some of the parts you are looking for. Will send PM with contact info and details. Also would like more info on crankset, threading, length, condition.

Thanks and regards,

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Old 06-24-19, 11:34 PM
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White Industries makes a 19T.
Bikeman apparently has them as of today.
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Originally Posted by jeirvine View Post
I need some small bits for Campagnolo record brake levers. I need one 2037 nut and a pair of the 2038 washers.
FWIW, the threaded post on the 2033 lever clamp is standard 6mm x 1mm thread, so pretty much any nut of that thread will work. The 2038 washers might be more of a problem.
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Old 06-25-19, 06:22 PM
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ISO/WTB Limit screws for Shimano 6207 GS rear derailleur.
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
ISO/WTB Limit screws for Shimano 6207 GS rear derailleur.
This one: VeloBase.com - Component: Shimano RD-6207 GS, 600EX (long cage) ?
Aren't they just standard Shimano limit screws?
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Old 06-25-19, 09:14 PM
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Originally Posted by TimmyT View Post
This one: VeloBase.com - Component: Shimano RD-6207 GS, 600EX (long cage) ?
Aren't they just standard Shimano limit screws?
Yes that one. Im not sure. Hoping to get some help with that and acquiring a set.
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
ISO/WTB Limit screws for Shimano 6207 GS rear derailleur.
Claimed by malcala622.

I may have one of what you're looking for -- not sure if correct part number. Héll, I don't even remember where/when I got these.



Anyway, the new shiny one in the package is approx. 16.5 mm; the other is used and a different size at approx. 11 mm.

If you can use one or both PM a shipping address.

Also, found these (used) if you need them.

Stan


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Old 06-26-19, 08:25 PM
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I may have one of what you're looking for -- not sure if correct part number. Héll, I don't even remember where/when I got these.



Anyway, the new shiny one in the package is approx. 16.5 mm; the other is used and a different size at approx. 11 mm.

If you can use one or both PM a shipping address.

Also, found these (used) if you need them.

Stan

Pm me the price for both shipped. Thanks
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00 View Post
Hi,

I'm interested in your Stronglight 93 Crankset and have some of the parts you are looking for. Will send PM with contact info and details. Also would like more info on crankset, threading, length, condition.

Thanks and regards,

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Replied, thank you!
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Old 06-28-19, 12:52 AM
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ISO/WTB two dust caps for my 1950's Lyotard (French) pedals.

The caps should be just over 20mm wide and have an internal thread ( = the readily available MKS dust caps don't fit in my case) - if I'm not mistaken, a suitable replacement would be the octagonal type cap with 'Made In Lyotard France' written on the top, as pictured --> here.

Correct me if I'm wrong - I have seen a couple of pictures of Lyotard pedals with different caps, but nearly all of them have these on so I'm assuming they would fit.

I'm located in Europe (Finland) and am having a hard time finding replacements, so if anyone has some scrap Lyotards laying around with the dust caps still intact.. Would be greatly appreciated!



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Originally Posted by noahsmonark View Post
ISO/WTB two dust caps for my 1950's Lyotard (French) pedals.

The caps should be just over 20mm wide and have an internal thread ( = the readily available MKS dust caps don't fit in my case) - if I'm not mistaken, a suitable replacement would be the octagonal type cap with 'Made In Lyotard France' written on the top, as pictured --> here.

Correct me if I'm wrong - I have seen a couple of pictures of Lyotard pedals with different caps, but nearly all of them have these on so I'm assuming they would fit.

I'm located in Europe (Finland) and am having a hard time finding replacements, so if anyone has some scrap Lyotards laying around with the dust caps still intact.. Would be greatly appreciated!



I am pretty sure that I have spares. I can check if you like. Just send me a PM.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro View Post
I believe I've got what I need for Superbe brakes. (Wound up finding a pair of bare recessed calipers on eBay.) Might have a partial long reach pair when I'm done, depending how the mix-n-match process goes.
I could use a set of nutted, long reach Superbe brakes if they become available.
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Alas, The long reach Superbe calipers have already been spoken for and shipped off to their new owner.
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I am pretty sure that I have spares. I can check if you like. Just send me a PM.
@greg3rd48 great! Sent you a PM.
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Old 06-29-19, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by brockd15 View Post
I could use a set of nutted, long reach Superbe brakes if they become available.
I have a spare pair of long reach 4700s, and some levers too. Some road grime, but should clean up fine. PM me if you're interested.
Thanks,
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ISO used rear commuting panniers.
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i have a brand new, never mounted nor sat upon, brooks b17 imperial in brown that i'd like to trade for a selle anatomica x1 of any color. it doesn't have to be new, but in pretty good shape considering my brooks is new.

i bought the seat for my dirt tourer build, but have since had the chance to try out an x1 and it works a lot better for my butt. i figured i'd try here before i put the brooks up for sale to get on an x1.

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