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Old 09-15-19, 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by clubman
A set of milled and drilled Rino rings would look pretty good in a pinch.
I take it those are 144bcd? The Shimano spider is 130.

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Originally Posted by cudak888
I take it those are 144bcd? The Shimano spider is 130.

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Yup, I assumed the early DA was 144, which of course, it ain't.
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Originally Posted by clubman
Yup, I assumed the early DA was 144, which of course, it ain't.
No worries. I'm really surprised at how many of the black outer 52t are on eBay though...and how few of the inners. Chain wear over the years?

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I'd think that's the norm. Most time is spent on small rings and often under more duress.
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Originally Posted by clubman
I'd think that's the norm. Most time is spent on small rings and often under more duress.
Hasn't stopped a bazillion NR and SR chainrings from surviving though...

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Originally Posted by cudak888
Hasn't stopped a bazillion NR and SR chainrings from surviving though...

-Kurt
That's cuz real racers ride Campy and live on the big ring. Plus They made more of them than any other model.
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ISO Campy skewer nut.......

...like this one.
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...like this one.
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You haven't found it yet? It rolled under your workbench...

Small parts are the worst sometimes.
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Wheel came without it.

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Mavic QR skewers, front and rear. Got Campagnolo to trade.
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Mavic QR skewers, front and rear. Got Campagnolo to trade.
If you are open to purchasing, there are a lot of them of various sizes on ebay, used and new.
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Originally Posted by top506
...like this one.
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I've got one of these on an NR skewer on my '82 Superior. Would trade directly across.

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Originally Posted by delbiker1
If you are open to purchasing, there are a lot of them of various sizes on ebay, used and new.
Yup. Not wanting to spend $$$. Will just use Campag skewers if I can't swing a trade.
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Originally Posted by cudak888
No worries. I'm really surprised at how many of the black outer 52t are on eBay though...and how few of the inners. Chain wear over the years?

-Kurt
yeah, in part because the availability/demand has really changed over the years, as all the old geezers dropped down to the small ring and began to wear them out. Used to be the big rings were harder to find....
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ISO a Suntour Cyclone Bottom Bracket axle/spindle.

I have the cups but need a spindle to fit my DOUBLE chainring crankset on.

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Originally Posted by cudak888
Hasn't stopped a bazillion NR and SR chainrings from surviving though...

-Kurt
Where are you seeing small SR rings? I can’t seem to find a 42t in 144 anywhere!
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk

Andy.
This any better? Smiles, MH
Is blurry because is fast, even without wheel.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk

Andy.
This any better? Smiles, MH
That looks fantastic! Very nice work! I'll be in touch.
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ISO: Decent double crankset, good condition, 170mm.

HAVE: Whaddya lookin’ for?
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Assuming the picture on Amazon is accurate, I'm looking for a Sugino (or similar) 42t chain ring in 110mm size. I want to convert it into a chain guard, so the teeth can be totally trashed (which is why I'm hoping for a used option, vs. plunking down $35 for a fresh new one). I think the 42t is the smallest I can go and still have the little "windows" in the mounting tabs (for some elegance!). If you have a trashed 42t silver ring in 110mm size, please let me know.
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I’m trying to complete an NR and an SR group. I need a 42t SR ring in 144. NR or SR levers and NR calipers. I would be very grateful if anyone can help.

Im happy to tried all or any of the following:
144bcd 49 Campagnolo chainring
144bcd 44t Campagnolo chainring
151bcd 44t Campagnolo chainring (but worn)
144bcd 50 & 42t Sugino Drillium Black Chainring + Bolts
135bcd French 39t chainring
27.2 Nuovo post, but missing parts as shown
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Pro Compe 888 5 speed cog
Hyperglide 8 speed
DA 7400 braze on FD
73 NR RD
DA Braze on FD
DA STI lever badges
NR caliper bolts & 1 2nd SR caliper bolt
Unbranded Jockey wheels for NR RD
Campy headset and BB cups as pictured.
Campy and Sugino BB fixings

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ISO: MAFAC canti brakes, front and back. No need for levers.

Have: yes, I do!
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Have: Sakae CR triple crankset 175 mm arms. It could use the anodizing stripped off the arms. Chainrings are 48/44/28

ISO: Sakae CR triple or double crankset with 170mm arms.


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ISO: a 70’s Schwinn accessory... bottle cage like they have in the back of their catalogs. Really would like to ride my October bike without carrying water some other way.

HAVE: all manner of things worthy of consideration.

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ISO/WTB caliper brake center rod/shaft.

Threads are busted on the center axle on my front brakes; I can no longer tighten the bolt. I was hoping someone might have a spare for me.

The part I'm looking for is pictured below, the model of the brakes is almost identical to this one (just misses the word brillant) - though I think a shaft from another similar-ish model could work fine too, as long as the length is in the ballpark.

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