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Old 08-23-19, 07:54 AM
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@malcala622, why do you want to do that trade?
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Originally Posted by noglider
@malcala622, why do you want to do that trade?
My record hubs are 36h and my Miele will look better with silver rims

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GOT ONE

ISO: Black 110BCD bash guard, like this one. Must be no larger in diameter than 165mm (this one is for 36T). Even better if you have triplizer bolts and spacers to go with it.
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ISO: right side only bar end shifter. Friction with enough movement for 7 speed.
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Originally Posted by The_Joe
ISO: right side only bar end shifter. Friction with enough movement for 7 speed.
I have an orphan Suntour barcon if that interests you.
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ISO Suntour Superbe crank dust cap

My used Trek 700 came with a missing crank dust cap. Perhaps someone has an orphan one. The one I have is less than perfect. I would perhaps be interested in a matching pair that would be appropriate. The bike is less than perfect too, so not looking for perfection.
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If you are still looking I have this 162mm dia. 110 BCD bash guard.




Originally Posted by cudak888
ISO: Black 110BCD bash guard, like this one. Must be no larger in diameter than 165mm (this one is for 36T). Even better if you have triplizer bolts and spacers to go with it.

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Originally Posted by r0ckh0und
If you are still looking I have this 162mm dia. 110 BCD bash guard.
Should work. What condition is the other side in?

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Originally Posted by cudak888
Have: Sturmey-Archer X-RD3 36H hub, virtually new. Got it for a project, only to realize that I still want more than three gears.

Want: Some IGH in the 5-8 speed range or thereabouts that can make my 1980 Raleigh Sports more practical - the Sturmey RX-RF5 was my first choice. Willing to add more trade bait to make this happen.
I have a 36 hole Sturmey XRF 8 that I bought on CL and never got around to using. The shifter housing is broken where the shift cable enters.
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Originally Posted by cudak888
Have: Sturmey-Archer X-RD3 36H hub, virtually new. Got it for a project, only to realize that I still want more than three gears.

Want: Some IGH in the 5-8 speed range or thereabouts that can make my 1980 Raleigh Sports more practical - the Sturmey RX-RF5 was my first choice. Willing to add more trade bait to make this happen.
Here is the shifter.

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ISO: Side-pull brake with the cable-stop and fixing bolt reversed for a mixte frame ("upside down brake") Have: lots of stuff. Green paper.
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What reach do you need? A lot of brakes can be configured that way, they are usually the ones where the barrel adjust fitting looks bolted on and there's no quick release.
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Suntour command or barcon

Looking for 7 speed accushift index command levers or barcons in working order. I have a pair of shimano 7 speed freehubs I could trade, I'd have to figure what they are exactly. Just looking for working condition, since NOS command sits on Ebay at $170 a pair.

@rhm would you part with yours?
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
Looking for 7 speed accushift index command

@rhm would you part with yours?
Oh I sure would... But for the fact that I think I gave them to @gugie. Sorry! But I bet he doesn't need them.
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Before I blow a few bucks on eBay, does anyone happen to have one of these Shimano 600 GC-100 three-pin cranksets? 170, 172.5 or 175, ideally. No chainrings is OK; a single 48t chainring would be excellent.



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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
I just tore down a Bianchi Mixte that had the BB destroyed by a non threaded sealed bearing cartridge. Get me an addy and the brakes will be in the mail, for the cost of Postage. Smiles, MH
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You're awesome. I've sent you a PM.

Originally Posted by Kuromori
What reach do you need? A lot of brakes can be configured that way, they are usually the ones where the barrel adjust fitting looks bolted on and there's no quick release.
Kuro,
I'm looking for a brake that looks like rear one pictured below. I realize that I could probably bang out the bolt and cable stop to switch them on any brake, but I'd like to avoid such solutions. This is for a volunteer at a non-profit, and I wouldn't want to subject them to any "experimental" solutions.

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Looking for a late 90's/early 2000's Campagnolo 32-hole front hub to go with this:



As long as it spins smoothly, a little wear won't both me. I would like something that looks a lot like the rear hub I have. I think the one I have is Mirage, but I'm far from certain.

I've got some stuff to trade, mostly newer parts, some more vintage. If you've got the hub I'm sure we can work something out.
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Two things:

1. Long "triplizer" chainring bolts. Just the back end of these would do and maybe the spacers (I might have some, not sure); I'll probably get black bolts for the front.




2. A Hebie 695 steering damper - the one with the metal band, not the plastic one:

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Originally Posted by Andy_K
Looking for a late 90's/early 2000's Campagnolo 32-hole front hub to go with this:



As long as it spins smoothly, a little wear won't both me. I would like something that looks a lot like the rear hub I have. I think the one I have is Mirage, but I'm far from certain.

I've got some stuff to trade, mostly newer parts, some more vintage. If you've got the hub I'm sure we can work something out.
That looks like Chorus. I don't believe the Mirage level hubs would've had the oil hole clip in the center.

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I drafted up this huge list to Drillium Dude last night, and it came to me that I'd be a fool not to post it here. Keep in mind that some of these bits are future purchases/trades given what I have in the Fun Money Stash and Trade Bait Pile.

So, I am ISO of...
  • A set of 5 tripleizer chainring bolts and spacers; can just be the spacers and back end of the bolts - planning to go black on this (Blasphtwenty project)
  • A funky and - preferably spiffy - chain tensioner in black (Blasphtwenty project)
  • Nice black 20” fenders – narrow, for ISO451 clearance (Blasphtwenty project)
  • A front generator hub not wider than 100mm OLN, 36h, classic Sturmey Dynohubs need not apply (1980 Raleigh Sports)
  • A pair of Tektro 800A long-reach nutted dual pivots (1980 Raleigh Sports)
  • A B&M Secula Plus rear fender light (1980 Raleigh Sports)
  • A Hebe 695 Steerer Damper (spring from downtube to fork), steel clamp band (1980 Raleigh Sports)
  • Black SIS shifter cable, about 5’ long, but it has to be 5mm, not 4mm (1980 Raleigh Sports)
  • Chainguide for a single-ring mountainbike w/36t ring. Does not have ISCG mounts, but would also be interested in an ISCG adapter (Trying to fix a POS Giant Brass 1)
  • Anything and everything LimeBike – from wheels to frame, if not an entire bike, for my Bike Share Museum. The catch is your co-op or shop must have legally acquired it / Lime willfully abandoned it at your shop. I waited 3 months to get one from our local County parks department and the thing needs to be rebuilt with just about everything.
  • A Shimano 600 “Touring” GC-100 3-pin crankset (196X Bottecchia)
  • A steel Bottecchia-branded headset (196X Bottecchia)
UPDATE 09/05/2019 - also ISO for 1980 Raleigh Sports:
  • RH Paul thumbie, polished, for SRAM
  • SRAM 9-speed TT/bar-end shifter <doesn't exist
The following are placeholders - if you have it, give me a shoutout, but I really can't afford to think about these specific bits now, given everything listed above:

  • Campagnolo Record (Nuovo era) hubs and 120mm rear axles - long term items and not really interested ATM unless a good deal (1975 Raleigh Professionals)
  • A Brooks Pro - again, this is a placeholder; (Chrome 1975 Raleigh Professional)
  • Velo-Orange Grand Cru quill stem, probably 80mm as this will be an upright-bar bike (196X Bottecchia)
  • Velo-Orange Porteur handlebar, polished (196X Bottecchia)
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I have an old school, Campagnolo Shamal( I believe) 10 spoke front wheel.
Black machined rim.

Nice condition.

8 plus on the "true" scale, hub spins very well.

Any interest?
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Originally Posted by cudak888
  • Campagnolo Record (Nuovo era) hubs and 120mm rear axles - long term items and not really interested ATM unless a good deal (1975 Raleigh Professionals)
  • Velo-Orange Porteur handlebar, polished (196X Bottecchia)
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When you are ready for hubs, let me know - I have a few extra pairs in 36h. I also usually pick up VO bars at their annual garage sale (Feb/March) and can keep an eye out for Porteurs for you.
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Looking for a 170 non drive side nuovo record crank arm. Or would consider a whole 172.5 nuovo record crankset if the price is right. Doesen't need to be perfect as the bike will be a rider not a wall hanger.
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Really need a 170 or 165 mtb crankset or just the arms. Would be great if it was STX or something nicer.

Have same in 175 for trade (STX)

Thanks greatly!
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Originally Posted by 100bikes
I have an old school, Campagnolo Shamal( I believe) 10 spoke front wheel.
Black machined rim.

Nice condition.

8 plus on the "true" scale, hub spins very well.

Any interest?
You should post this in the C&V sales section with a premium membership. We wouldnt want you to get suspended or banned for selling out of section.
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