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Old 07-03-19, 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by t_e_r_r_y View Post

I really like that, but I'm not sure I even know what an Anatomica even looks like, much less have one.
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Silver Aerohead in 28h, DA rear hub in 36h

No options on the Aerohead rim.

DA rear can be 7403, 7700, 7800, 7900 iffy (polished preferred), gotta be 36h.

Now, if you've got an silver Aerohead front wheel on a DA hub, we can talk, too, doesn't matter the spoke count.
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I have an Anatomica on my Fuji Ace and after over 6K miles I am certain that it is top notch.

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I really like that, but I'm not sure I even know what an Anatomica even looks like, much less have one.
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Old 07-03-19, 11:14 PM
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Originally Posted by greg3rd48 View Post
I have an Anatomica on my Fuji Ace and after over 6K miles I am certain that it is top notch.
i really wish i had known about them before buying the brooks. i shouldn't really have a problem selling it and buying myself an anatomica probably, but i figured it was worth a shot.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
No options on the Aerohead rim.

DA rear can be 7403, 7700, 7800, 7900 iffy (polished preferred), gotta be 36h.

Now, if you've got an silver Aerohead front wheel on a DA hub, we can talk, too, doesn't matter the spoke count.
Robbie, if you can go 7 speed, I have a 36 hole DA 7401 UG (freehub) with new wide range UG cassette, shifters, brake levers and RD.
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ISO: Brooks Pro, black, vgc+

HAVE: Brooks Pro & Flyer, honey, excellent condition
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Trade: Bottecchia ADR and Banesto jersey

Both are 19" pit to pit...will trade for similar/other jerseys in 20" or 21".


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Not C&V, but for a C&V project:

Have: New FSA 1” threadless black headset.
Want: Similar quality and similar appearance headset in 1-1/8”, also new.

PM with what you have.
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Old 07-06-19, 11:35 AM
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Have: Campy NR hubs laced to Ambrosio 19 rims in good shape.

Want: Fixed gear wheel set suitable for vintage frame set. Prefer fixed/fixed with a classic looking rim. Also looking for nice ~32c tires.

Thank you.
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Old 07-08-19, 02:18 PM
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Have:

25" Schwinn Passage F/F/HS/Brakes
- Decent condition. Forks were bent, they aren't anymore. More details in my FS thread in the sales subforum




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Parts for my Motobecane Grand Jubile. I'd like to set it up as a 1x5 upright-ish cruiser. In order of preference:
- 44-48 tooth 50.4 BCD chainring
- Porteur-style handlebars
- Centerpull brakes (MAFAC Racer would be ideal)


I'd like to keep this in the local area. I'd be willing to drive a bit (like an hour or so), but I'm a bit unwilling to ship at the moment.
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ISO: Bottecchia headset. (Pic borrowed from Charles Wahl).

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That is awesome ISO
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i could use a set of nutted, long reach superbe brakes if they become available.
4700?
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Let me check, Kurt.

I think I have an FSA Orbitz in 1-1/8, but the bottom may be 1-1/4. If not, I may be able to buy a 1-1/8" new and trade you out even Stephen....

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Not C&V, but for a C&V project:

Have: New FSA 1” threadless black headset.
Want: Similar quality and similar appearance headset in 1-1/8”, also new.

PM with what you have.
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Originally Posted by rccardr View Post
Robbie, if you can go 7 speed, I have a 36 hole DA 7401 UG (freehub) with new wide range UG cassette, shifters, brake levers and RD.
Thanks, Doc.

I have the complete 2x6 group, but if I can lace in a newer DA rear hub, I can use the wheelset elsewhere.

I may just punt and put it all on another Titan frame with a carbon fork ().
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4700?
That's the one, with 47mm-57mm reach.
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Just testing the waters here - I'm currently considering a Frejus frame identical to the one in the picture, but it doesn't have a fork - so I'm tentatively ISO the Frejus fork you see here, in the same dark brown color. This would be for a 56/57cm, I believe; haven't verified. Would be willing to cut a steerer down if necessary.




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Before I go shopping on French eBay, I thought I would see if anyone has -

1- a 44T 116mm BCD T.A. Professional chainring

or

2 - 42 and/or 44T Nervar 128mm BCD chainring (42T located, and thanks!)

I have assorted oddments I can trade or if the price is right I'd gladly purchase outright ...

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Before I go shopping on French eBay, I thought I would see if anyone has -

1- a 44T 116mm BCD T.A. Professional chainring
I have a 52/42 crankset. Probably with the bottom bracket. I'm not sure if that is of interest.
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I have a 52/42 crankset. Probably with the bottom bracket. I'm not sure if that is of interest.
Actually, I seek the 44T ring to replace a 52T ring to use with the existing 42T, crankset and BB on a Raleigh Competition I am setting up with a Surly Dingle, but thanks!
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Actually, I seek the 44T ring to replace a 52T ring to use with the existing 42T, crankset and BB on a Raleigh Competition I am setting up with a Surly Dingle, but thanks!
Gotcha! Yeah, you might be headed for French ebay.
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Gotcha! Yeah, you might be headed for French ebay.
Mais oui. Et merci, monsieur!
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Want: - English threaded Campag NR headset locknut and upper race.
Have: - Italian threaded Campag NR headset locknut and upper race. Nut is not pristine by any means.

Pics:





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Ok, one more thing. I'd rather not ship this thing (bike is located in Miami, Florida) if I can avoid it, though I'd be glad to listen to interesting trade ideas.

Have: 1949 Schwinn D37X balloon tire anchor-mobile. Nice restomod, built up with a mish-mash of period looking bits.
Want: No idea at all, as I don't know how interested the VLW community will respond to a balloon tire monster like this.




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Matching orphan Spécialités TA dust cap, or a full pair. Whatever’s clever.




— — —

Also in need of:

• Decent pair of touring worthy foldable 700c skinwall or gumwall tires 28c to 32c wide.

• Campy Record curved lever QR skewers - rear needs to fit a 128 mm 6 speed hub

• Jim Blackburn bare aluminum bottle cage

— — —

Have:

Not much stash worthy of trade, as I’ve just about gotten rid of everything not needed.

But... I do have a great co-op in town that might help with supplying what you might want in trade. And of course I’m happy to buy outright if the asking price is reasonable.

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