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Old 03-27-18, 08:00 AM
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ISO: drop/offset drop brake pad holders to extend my brake reach. I see bdop cycling has them for $30/pair, but hoping someone had them in their bin.

No, I don't want a drop bolt, longer calipers, or any other alternatives ideas.

Have: what are you looking for (that's maybe not exotic)?
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Great! Will be in touch.
Remind me of what I am supposed to bring there for you.....
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Shimano 6208 DT shifters.

Black panniers and/or a black trunk bag

A Garmin that has BlueTooth

A new Giro Air Attack Shield (only the shield, silver or dark)
-(Hey, spend $25-$30, maybe pick up something worth far more in trade)

A 1" threaded carbon fork for a 56cm frame that will take 28's, not canti's.


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56cm 1989 Centurion Dave Scott Ironman frame, black Expert. Good shape, paint faded a bit, decals fine, some rubbing on lug points. If I don't trade this out, I'll repaint it.

RX100 8-sp DT shifers

600AX calipers, complete

6400 pedals w/clips, L
Ofmega Sintesi pedals w/clips. L

Christophe half-clips.

Look Carbon (delta) pedals in RED, great condition.

130BCD Chain Rings:
1x53T 7075 Aluminum dark gray anodized 130BCD 10-sp ring. I do not have the 39t match.
53/39 Stronglight bronze anodized new 7075 chain rings, takeoffs from a Pulzion crankset.
53/39 Race Face Cadence shot peened 6061 chain rings, new in box. I think I paid $15 in some clearance deal.
50/38 Dura Ace 7800 chain rings, very little wear, maybe 100 miles. I put them on an FSA crankset thinking they were 53/39. I have since come to my senses.

110 BCD Chain Rings:
50/34 7075 Aluminum dark gray anodized 110BCD 10-sp rings. No idea why I have them or where they came from.
2x50T 7075 Aluminum dark gray anodized 110BCD 10-sp rings Same as above, no matching 34T rings
50/34 Shimano black 110BCD 10-sp rings (may be steel, probably just heavy aluminum.)
46T Eclipse (new) chain ring (outer)
46T Shimano (new) chain ring Hyper-something, from a NOS RSX compact triple crankset
36T Shimano (new) chain ring. Came on the NOS RSX compact triple crankset.

6800 36t chain ring NIB. (bought by mistake)

5700 polished triple FD, braze-on

Wheelset: 6400 "tricolor" hubs laced to polished Mavic MA2's, stainless spokes. 8/9/10 freehub.
Wheelset: 6500 hubs, laced to silver Mavic Open Pro's, stainless spokes. 8/9/10 freehub.

Suntour Superbe Pro FD, double. Bolts directly into a hole in the frame. If you have a Klein or like adventure.

A Suntour GPX group, as nice as you'll find:
GPX hubs laced to polished semi-aero tubular rims w/Panaracer 290TPI Practice tubulars tape-mounted (unridden)
GPX QR skewers
GPX brake levers w/hoods
GPX calipers w/the rubber pads replaced by polished Tektro holders (I can put the rubber pads back if you want)
GPX crankset w/nary a mark, OEM dust caps
GPX toe clip pedals w/red leather straps
GPX FD 28.6 double
GPX RD short cage
Suntour Winner 13-28 7sp freewheel
GPX shifters 2x7 indexed.


Interesting trades accepted. You just never know. Last guy who came here left with very little room in the car, in exchange for cleats, bar wrap, and an old set of pedals.

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No idea. I'll give it some thought.
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ISO: 70's Weinmann centerpull brakes and levers, 27.2 seatpost (prefer 2-bolt). Items sought in good - excellent used condition.

have: various small parts, machine reproduced images of famous Americans, autographed by recent Secretaries of the Treasury.
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ISO: 70's Weinmann centerpull brakes and levers, 27.2 seatpost (prefer 2-bolt). Items sought in good - excellent used condition.
Are you looking for Weinmann 610 or 750–or one of each?
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USAZ, I may ha the brakes and leverx you seek. Not sure what distinguishes 70s though.
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Are you looking for Weinmann 610 or 750–or one of each?
Neal,

I am hoping to collect parts to build up an International with 700c wheels. I'd verify by checking what's in the garage, but I don't have that reference.
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Neal,

I am hoping to collect parts to build up an International with 700c wheels. I'd verify by checking what's in the garage, but I don't have that reference.
John, I don't recall if in typical Raleigh fashion the Int'l came with 750 in front and 610 in back (or vice versa), and my two Int'ls have had brakes modified, so they won't help. I am pretty sure you need one of each, and I'm also fairly sure I have what you're looking for in my bin though it sounds like Jim does as well.
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John, I don't recall if in typical Raleigh fashion the Int'l came with 750 in front and 610 in back (or vice versa), and my two Int'ls have had brakes modified, so they won't help. I am pretty sure you need one of each, and I'm also fairly sure I have what you're looking for in my bin though it sounds like Jim does as well.
My Grand Sports from the same era has 610 in front and 750 in the rear. I think the frames are very close to the same, save lugs and dropouts. I am hoping to acquire either a "red" or "black" set of the Vanquier 999's. I don't need N.O.S., but I also don't want to get a set with deep gouges or heavy scratching.

As for levers, I don't need hoods. I would need the clamps that attach to the bars though. Would prefer a set with the quick release feature, but I can compromise there.

edit - for posterity's sake, the '73 (or is it '75? the top of the numeral is unreadable) International takes 610's front and rear.
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Pedals for my '52 Raleigh Superbe

Not looking for anything fancy. I know someone has some vintage black block pedals laying around that they would trade?

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Not looking for anything fancy. I know someone has some vintage black block pedals laying around that they would trade for some cold hard cash?
Cash transactions not allowed in this thread. See the C&V "For Sale" thread.
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Your son, who will be visiting Belize.
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Cash transactions not allowed in this thread. See the C&V "For Sale" thread.
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I was against that decision when it was last discussed, and I still am. That is all.
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WTT One Tuscan Dinner at Paso Robles Eroica CA. (Not so heroic that I will ride with a torn rotator cuff and the organizers will refund all but the dinner)

ISO 105 or better 9 or 10 speed rear derailleur with DT shifters for a rider.

No longer available. I get to go.

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ISO threadless stem, silver color (or maybe blue) 8 or 9 cm long, 17° rise, 28.6 mm (1 1/8") steerer, 26 mm clamp.

Or something like that. I have an 11 cm one I could trade, among many other things.
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ISO: 109.5 mm Italian Octalink V1 Bottom Bracket

Have: Lots of small campy parts of parts and various other things,
7 speed XT stuff and other vintage mtb
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Check with 3speedslow...i just gave him a box o' stems, one of them may be it.
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ISO threadless stem, silver color (or maybe blue) 8 or 9 cm long, 17° rise, 28.6 mm (1 1/8") steerer, 26 mm clamp.

Or something like that. I have an 11 cm one I could trade, among many other things.
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WTT: 26.2 seat post.
ISO: 6 speed 1050 shifter (I only need the right side.), 6 or 6+ speed rear derailleur.
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ISO clamp on Campagnolo SR FD.

Ideally, i would like to swap the braze on version shown here for it: https://i.imgur.com/joe9v6H.jpg

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@frndlyfire - the reference picture is of a SR braze on. Guess you would know that!
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ISO clamp on Campagnolo SR FD.

Ideally, i would like to swap the braze on version shown here for it: https://i.imgur.com/joe9v6H.jpg
I may have a clamp-on to trade. I can check tonight.
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WTT: 26.2 seat post.
ISO: 6 speed 1050 shifter (I only need the right side.), 6 or 6+ speed rear derailleur.
Are you looking for a 26.2 post or you want to trade the post for the shifter?
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@frndlyfire - the reference picture is of a SR braze on. Guess you would know that!
Yes, that’s my braze on. I’m ISO the clamp on. Sorry if that wasn’t clear.
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