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Old 09-05-19, 05:08 AM
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Sorry, didn't mean to offend.
as this was supposed to be replied in a private message.

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Originally Posted by jeirvine
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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For a co-worker's bike: I have a Shimano SL-BS50 for the LH (front, triple) but

need a RH 7SP barcon unit (Ultegra or lower level is OK).

If she'd get comfortable with fiction shifting this would be a simple deal, but...

I could also make a Rivendell bar-end "pod" for the RH side work (with a shift lever that I am pretty certain to have somewhere already) so that's "plan B" (or maybe plan A-2)

I have a ton of parts for trade, just send me a list!
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front hub

Originally Posted by nesteel
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 have a 32 hole Athena NIB front hub with skewer, 80$ plus ship.
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Anyone interested in swapping their SR chainrings for my NR? My NR are 144bcd in 49t and 42t. Iím after a small and a big SR, but not that fussy on actual teeth.

Happy to add other odds and ends if you donít think itís a fair swap (have mismatched Campy headset, BB, seatpost etc parts that need a home, for example).
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Originally Posted by terrors
I have a 32 hole Athena NIB front hub with skewer, 80$ plus ship.
Andy K is the one looking for a hub not nesteel
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Originally Posted by terrors
I have a 32 hole Athena NIB front hub with skewer, 80$ plus ship.
Originally Posted by malcala622
Andy K is the one looking for a hub not nesteel
Also, I was looking for a trade, not a sale.
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Well, I reached N, for about a minute; it was nice.

ISO a 1995ish Trek 520, size 17"/48cm, preferably in that awesome dark forest green. 520's (of any era) are hard to find, small sizes are mythical. Still, can't hurt to ask.

EDIT: Okay; after further research, a mid-to-late '90s Trek MultiTrack 790 would possibly be better. The big difference between the two at the time was the MultiTrack takes wider tires. Yes please. Willing to pay.

EDIT AGAIN: eBay FTW! Got myself a '95 750 for $126!

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Originally Posted by Korina
Well, I reached N, for about a minute; it was nice.

ISO a 1995ish Trek 520, size 17"/48cm, preferably in that awesome dark forest green. 520's (of any era) are hard to find, small sizes are mythical. Still, can't hurt to ask.
Blue, 48.x cm/19"
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Trek-520-vi...EAAOSw-RFcb54c

Just came up on my routine search. Definitely not in the best shape. But a fun project.
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Originally Posted by RamAlaRag
Blue, 48.x cm/19"
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Trek-520-vi...EAAOSw-RFcb54c

Just came up on my routine search. Definitely not in the best shape. But a fun project.
Ooh, nice. Not to get all picky, but it's a 1983, the first year of production; they got better. Okay, so I got all picky.
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Originally Posted by frndlyfire
Anyone interested in swapping their SR chainrings for my NR? My NR are 144bcd in 49t and 42t. Iím after a small and a big SR, but not that fussy on actual teeth.

Happy to add other odds and ends if you donít think itís a fair swap (have mismatched Campy headset, BB, seatpost etc parts that need a home, for example).
What about two Nuovo and two Sugino Drillium Black rings in 50t & 42t + Bolts, also 144bcd, for your SR rings?
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Looking for an Italian headset with this type of aesthetic, with that crosshatching. Doesn't have to say anything on it, and I don't want Campagnolo. Must be a good quality headset though, not some cheap junk off an boom-era Italian city bike.





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I think that's knurled, unless there's some depth limit where it's called cross-hatch.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
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I think that's knurled, unless there's some depth limit where it's called cross-hatch.
Knurled with a cross-hatched pattern?

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Originally Posted by cudak888
Knurled with a cross-hatched pattern?

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Yes

Edit:

With the benefit of a larger monitor and picture, the pinarello headset you shared does not have the pattern cut or rolled into it. My guess (and it's a guess until I have the benefit of a headset production specialist to educate me) is that the design is part of the die used to forge the cups. Verdict: NOT KNURLED.

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Want to trade: a 700 fender set( alloy fenders only) for a 650b set. No hardware needed.

Thought I would check before I do something crazy...
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Want to trade: a 700 fender set( alloy fenders only) for a 650b set. No hardware needed.

Thought I would check before I do something crazy...
Oh, just save shipping cost (x2) and do the crazy thing. The technique is pretty simple (I can explain if you want).
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I have these Dura-Ace EX chainrings (on this crankset). I want to trade the rings *only* for the earlier first-gen Dura-Ace/600 style rings (would consider black/drilled too). Teeth arenít perfect, but I donít expect perfection in return either.



These are the rings I want:

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Originally Posted by rhm
Oh, just save shipping cost (x2) and do the crazy thing. The technique is pretty simple (I can explain if you want).
I know you can re bend a 650 to fit a 26Ē rim but did not think the method would be able to size down from 700 to 650.

Do tell!
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Want to trade: a 700 fender set( alloy fenders only) for a 650b set. No hardware needed.

Thought I would check before I do something crazy...
Isn't the circumference the same for 700c and 650b? That's the point of 650b conversions.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
I know you can re bend a 650 to fit a 26Ē rim but did not think the method would be able to size down from 700 to 650.

Do tell!
The fenders on my RTP bike, with 26"wheels, are sold as 700c (29er} fenders. No problem.

The thing is, if you make them wider, you reduce the radius.

Your fenders have a rolled edge, right? So measure the space between the two rolled edges, and cut yourself a little stick of wood (like a pencil stub or something like that size) a little longer than that that measurement. So if the fender measures 42 mm, cut the wood to 45 mm.
Use a twisting motion to jam it between the rolled edges at one end of a fender, then slide the the stick along between the rolled edges all the way to the other end of the fender, pressing the rolled edges apart as you go. Make a couple passes, it should get easier the second pass. Your fender will now fit a smaller wheel.
You may have to repeat that process with successively longer pieces of wood before you get to the right size. Whole process should take just a couple minutes. Don't overdo, if you go too far,undoing this isn't so easy.

Edit, lest I go off topic:
ISO old 36h track bike hubs. This is for a bike from the 40's or early 50's. American or English stuff (Bayliss Wiley, BHC, Philips, etc), would be great, but I'd consider French, Italian, German, whatever.

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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
With the benefit of a larger monitor and picture, the pinarello headset you shared does not have the pattern cut or rolled into it. My guess (and it's a guess until I have the benefit of a headset production specialist to educate me) is that the design is part of the die used to forge the cups. Verdict: NOT KNURLED.
Fair enough, so long as the trade looks similar.

The ideal headset would be similar to the Pinarello headset, but with Bottecchia lettering (I believe the same model of headset was rolled with whatever name a manufacturer wanted on it), but since that's next to impossible, any period-looking headset with the right vibe would do.

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Originally Posted by frndlyfire
What about two Nuovo and two Sugino Drillium Black rings in 50t & 42t + Bolts, also 144bcd, for your SR rings?
NR gets no love anymore... PM sent.
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Originally Posted by cudak888
I have these Dura-Ace EX chainrings (on this crankset). I want to trade the rings *only* for the earlier first-gen Dura-Ace/600 style rings (would consider black/drilled too). Teeth arenít perfect, but I donít expect perfection in return either.
Kurt,
I might have the old style rings. If I haven't checked by Wednesday, send me a pm.
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A set of milled and drilled Rino rings would look pretty good in a pinch.

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