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Old 10-01-19, 07:36 AM
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I'm looking for a silver 26 inch (559 BSD) 36h rim, with an ERD of around 546 and interior width of 20mm.

I have a set of wheels that came extra and built the rear up with a Suntour hub, but I overestimated my ability to correct the flat spots on the wheel. So far, the tension difference is too great, and trying to force the rim outward hasn't worked. I have assorted parts to trade, and I'm willing to pay as well.

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I have a used with small brake scuffs Dino VP-20 26 X 1.5 Outside rim size 570mm ERD 544
Used HJC 26 X 1.75 no brake scuffs but a few small scratches from storage. rim OD 574 ERD 548 price of shipping from Bloomington, IN. PM me with info. Smiles, MH

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Old 10-01-19, 09:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
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I have a used with small brake scuffs Dino VP-20 26 X 1.5 Outside rim size 570mm ERD 544
Used HJC 26 X 1.75 no brake scuffs but a few small scratches from storage. rim OD 574 ERD 548 price of shipping from Bloomington, IN PM me with info. Smiles, MH
Thanks, I'll double check my measurements and get back to you.
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From the cheap seats; It looks like you are heading toward contacting Junk and Bargains International. New rims at lower costs, but you have to have a dealers license to buy from them. I use a lot of the Sun rims for the inexpensive builds that need new wheels. I get few if any used rims with no defects, the exception this last week was a set of Montreals that were on a less used track set up. Smiles, MH
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Hello, I am in need of a Campagnolo 2 bolt seatpost in 27.4 diameter. Does anyone have such an item?
I have a 27.2 Campy post and other good vintage stuff to trade. Please let me know if you can help.
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I am in search of the rear brake bridge cable stop seen in this exact photo. I have plenty to trade just ask. Otherwise I will settle for an aftermarket piece.

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[QUOTE=greg3rd48;21147103]I am in search of the rear brake bridge cable stop seen in this exact photo. I have plenty to trade just ask. Otherwise I will settle for an aftermarket piece.

Any Raleigh Sports predating the early 60's have double ended brake cables with the exact fixture you need. The cable adjuster has greater range than the one you're showing. I can look for one for you if you're not in a hurry? Other brake cables have the same setup.

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[QUOTE=clubman;21147595]
Originally Posted by greg3rd48
I am in search of the rear brake bridge cable stop seen in this exact photo. I have plenty to trade just ask. Otherwise I will settle for an aftermarket piece.

Any Raleigh Sports predating the early 60's have double ended brake cables with the exact fixture you need. The cable adjuster has greater range than the one you're showing. I can look for one for you if you're not in a hurry? Other brake cables have the same setup.

Yeah, except: he wants one for a Gitane so...METRIC. I had just the bit stashed away and every so often I bump into it but no telling how long before I can actually find that again! If somebody else gets you one grab it...IIRC they have a "star" lock washer on them.
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It took me a couple days to realize this was likely directed at me. I've never been at ease with responding to names that aren't of my choosing.

My experiences have been different from yours. Several months ago, I received two very excellent sets of rims (one NOS) from this very thread. I realize it is the exception, but this is an exceptional group. My fallback is getting a set of Velo-Orange PBPs, but I'm willing to explore whether I can find a set of rims that cost me less than $100 to get to my door, and which I know will require me spending another $35 or so on spokes (since all my current spokes are about 2mm too long).

I've built plenty of wheels using Sun Rims, but I would like to go with something that's a bit lighter, but not as light as the inexpensive Weinmanns that I have sometimes used. Wish I could still trust the company that used to be called Niagara. They had the best selection of rims anywhere, and they always did right by me. Now, I struggle just to get into their site.
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[QUOTE=USAZorro;21148282]
My experiences have been different from yours. Several months ago, I received two very excellent sets of rims (one NOS) from this very thread. I realize it is the exception, but this is an exceptional group. My fallback is getting a set of Velo-Orange PBPs, but I'm willing to explore whether I can find a set of rims that cost me less than $100 to get to my door, and which I know will require me spending another $35 or so on spokes (since all my current spokes are about 2mm too long).

I just built a set of wheels for my International using PBP's and first year Phil Woods hubs...they are AWESOME!
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Looking for three stems similar to this for the kids “Velo Yellow” track bike project. Since I’m covering this part of the build cost, as affordable as possible would be preferable.

Neck does not have to be as long as this one, so long as the rise and length is roughly the same.

22.2/25.4.

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Originally Posted by USAZorro
It took me a couple days to realize this was likely directed at me. I've never been at ease with responding to names that aren't of my choosing.

My experiences have been different from yours. Several months ago, I received two very excellent sets of rims (one NOS) from this very thread. I realize it is the exception, but this is an exceptional group. My fallback is getting a set of Velo-Orange PBPs, but I'm willing to explore whether I can find a set of rims that cost me less than $100 to get to my door, and which I know will require me spending another $35 or so on spokes (since all my current spokes are about 2mm too long).

I've built plenty of wheels using Sun Rims, but I would like to go with something that's a bit lighter, but not as light as the inexpensive Weinmanns that I have sometimes used. Wish I could still trust the company that used to be called Niagara. They had the best selection of rims anywhere, and they always did right by me. Now, I struggle just to get into their site.
I MAY have a pair of NOS Mavic Pro Elite rims in 32 hole in The Lab. I've used these with 32 sized tires without any problem (at Eroica, which is a tough testing ground). Don't know where Hardy, VA is but I'm in NoVA near DC.

Can check when we get back home next week if that sounds interesting. Could get pretty close on price, I think, including shipping.
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Originally Posted by rccardr
I MAY have a pair of NOS Mavic Pro Elite rims in 32 hole in The Lab. I've used these with 32 sized tires without any problem (at Eroica, which is a tough testing ground). Don't know where Hardy, VA is but I'm in NoVA near DC.

Can check when we get back home next week if that sounds interesting. Could get pretty close on price, I think, including shipping.
I would appreciate hearing/seeing more - and the timing is actually perfect, as things are a bit more flexible when the mid-month paycheck comes in.

Hardy (or at least the part of it that I'm in), is about 10 miles Southeast of Roanoke. If we do swing a deal, I'll either opt for shipping, or put you up for a night or two when you come down here to see the spectacular foliage along the Blue Ridge.
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@orcas island, that bike doesn't look too big. Just get a stem with a shorter extension.
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@orcas island, that bike doesn't look too big. Just get a stem with a shorter extension.
It’s not the length of the stem that is problematic. The standover height is the issue. Just too close for comfort...
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ISO another set (one pair) of these vintage campy shoes and mathauser pads.


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I believe Mathauser pads are still available:

Yokozuna Premium Cables, Housing and Brake Pads
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Originally Posted by greg3rd48
I am in search of the rear brake bridge cable stop seen in this exact photo. I have plenty to trade just ask. Otherwise I will settle for an aftermarket piece.

I have a piece. It came off a Gitane just like that one. 1972, and white to boot. But Universal brakes... Metric? IDK. Does it matter?
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
ISO another set (one pair) of these vintage campy shoes and mathauser pads.


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No holders, but I have a packet of NOS Matthauser C pads. PM if interested.
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@greg3rd48, the piece that @Last ride 76 has is better than the one I found for you.
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Perache 017 Professional saddle. Worn acceptable but nothing that looks like a rat was eating it.

Trade open and offering variety of 60s - 80s upper end Italian, French, Japan, English components, some hubs, wheels, saddles, old helmets, jerseys, etc.. Just help me get rid of it!
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Centaur left crank arm 170 mm to match right side road set. For trade; complete Shimano triples, BB's and brakes sets some road and a lot of V-brakes, bars stems and the usual stuff in my junk and bargain box. Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by Last ride 76
I have a piece. It came off a Gitane just like that one. 1972, and white to boot. But Universal brakes... Metric? IDK. Does it matter?
It almost certainly does not matter as long as it fits the hole. Threading is not critical to function in this part and I doubt most Gitane owners are so picky about how authentic is the part....but that's just my opinion.
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ISO derailleur

I am in need of a Shimano 9 speed front derailleur, 6500, or any shimano compatible with 6500, clamp on 31.8. I can purchase or maybe trade depending on needs. I do have 2 175mm cranksets, 6400 and 6500. I have 53, 42 and 39 tooth rings. Some of the rings are barely used or used but VGS. Crank arms are also in good shape. Also have some stems and handlebars, also barely used or VGS. Pictures available as needed. If you have a derailleur you can part with, it would be much appreciated.
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ISO Clamp-On Downtube Cable Stop

ISO down tube cable stops, the old clamp-on style. They can be Campy, Shimano, or Suntour - it does not matter. What does matter is that they are clean. I'm not looking for NOS, just gently used clean stops. Oh, it is for a Raleigh Gran Sport/Grand Sports.

I have stuff to trade or dinero.

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