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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 04-02-18, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize
ISO: aero levers, with good hoods and return springs
Have: Shimano 600 EX non-aero levers, with excellent hoods

The catch here is that I will next be in the US the second half of May. If there is anyone attending SOTR who wants to make this trade, it would be the perfect solution, from my end anyway.
ISO B17 narrow
Have B17 normal, black
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- Polished silver 170-175mm 110bcd crank that would look appropriate on a mid-80's road bike. 52/38-34 preferred chainrings.
Looking for something like a Sugino VP or maybe Sakae.

- 700c fork, 9 7/8" steer tube. Fender eyelets preferred. Bonus if 60-65mm of offset! Color doesn't matter, I'll be powdercoating to match the frame.

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- 170mm 144bcd Sugino GLP, 52/42 chainrings, good condition with dustcaps (in picture above)
- All-Terra V-401, 44/32/22T mountain triple, black, square taper, off 2017 GT Karakoram Comp

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Originally Posted by jeirvine
I may have a clamp-on to trade. I can check tonight.
Any chance you found that SR clamp on, John? I’m still looking. Cheers!
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize
ISO B17 narrow
Have B17 normal, black
I have a B17 narrow in black that I might be interested in parting with. It’s only slightly broken in, not sagging or anything and bolt hasn’t ever been tightened. What’s the condition of yours?
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Originally Posted by frndlyfire
Any chance you found that SR clamp on, John? I’m still looking. Cheers!
Did you sort this out? Feel free to PM if you’re still looking.
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Originally Posted by frndlyfire
Any chance you found that SR clamp on, John? I’m still looking. Cheers!
Sorry - I spaced. I'm away from my stash until tomorrow night. I shall look then.

Edit: yup. Send me a PM with your email and I can send a pic.
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Originally Posted by samkl
I have a B17 narrow in black that I might be interested in parting with. It’s only slightly broken in, not sagging or anything and bolt hasn’t ever been tightened. What’s the condition of yours?
Similar. It's just too wide for me. Never rode it enough to break it in.
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Skewers

Have tricolor if those will do.
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ISO: Shimano skewers for 105 wheelset 6 speed

Have: Ultegra 6700 skewers for trade.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Have tricolor if those will do.
I should've been a bit more detailed. The hubs are shimano 105 1050 series so the chromed skewers are what i need.

Ive added a pic to my original post
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Originally Posted by malcala622
I should've been a bit more detailed. The hubs are shimano 105 1050 series so the chromed skewers are what i need.

Ive added a pic to my original post
Looking at your pic, I might have some of those - not sure how clean they are, though. This will remind me to look.
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Originally Posted by Ex Pres
Looking at your pic, I might have some of those - not sure how clean they are, though. This will remind me to look.
Let me know,..thanks
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Originally Posted by malcala622
Let me know,..thanks
Unfortunately not the same. I have two Shimano fronts, but both have nuts on the lever, and the big nuts are wrong and unmatched.
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Originally Posted by Ex Pres
Unfortunately not the same. I have two Shimano fronts, but both have nuts on the lever, and the big nuts are wrong and unmatched.
I appreciate it for looking
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ISO Raleigh rear brake cable adjuster

Looking for the brake cable adjuster that threads into the bridge across the seat stays on a 1973 Raleigh Super Course.
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Originally Posted by lacro
Looking for the brake cable adjuster that threads into the bridge across the seat stays on a 1973 Raleigh Super Course.
Are the Raleigh threads unique? If not, those should be readily available at your LBS, bike co-op, or used bike parts seller for nothing or close to it. If none of those are near you, I have several of these adjusters, although not sure what size threads work for your Raleigh.

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Love that setup, looks great, works even better with the correct pieces in place.

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Looking for the brake cable adjuster that threads into the bridge across the seat stays on a 1973 Raleigh Super Course.
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Originally Posted by Dfrost
Are the Raleigh threads unique? If not, those should be readily available at your LBS, bike co-op, or used bike parts seller for nothing or close to it. If none of those are near you, I have several of these adjusters, although not sure what size threads work for your Raleigh.

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Some of the Raleigh threads are unique. The threaded hole in the seat stay bridge is very small diameter. I tried an 8-32 screw, and it falls through. A 10-32 screw is too big. I couldn't find a metric screw that would fit. However, it could be 5mm? The center pull brakes are Weinmann which I think use metric fasteners, but I am not sure who made the barrel adjuster, it could be a Weinmann or something Raleigh sourced. In any case, it's a small diameter with fine threads, and not like the currently available ones at LBS. Actually there are 3 different size barrel adjusters on this bike The one with largest diameter screw thread is used the front brake. The second largest one, the one I need is used for the back brake. The shifters have an even smaller one.

A member following my build thread says he has one and will send it to me. Assuming it's the correct one, I am all set. Thanks for looking....

BTW/ I am in the Fingers Lakes Region of NYS
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Originally Posted by lacro
Some of the Raleigh threads are unique. The threaded hole in the seat stay bridge is very small diameter. I tried an 8-32 screw, and it falls through. A 10-32 screw is too big. I couldn't find a metric screw that would fit. However, it could be 5mm?
If a 10-32 thread is too big, an M5 will also be too big, as these are functionally equivalent. It is possibly a Whitworth thread, which may be a problem. Shops that service British motorcycles tend to be a good source for Whitworth fasteners and such, and it may be possible that a throttle cable may use a barrel adjuster of the proper thread.

I have vague memory of using the barrel adjuster from a set of Simplex Delrin shifters in a Raleigh, but I can't swear to it:

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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
If a 10-32 thread is too big, an M5 will also be too big, as these are functionally equivalent. It is possibly a Whitworth thread, which may be a problem. Shops that service British motorcycles tend to be a good source for Whitworth fasteners and such, and it may be possible that a throttle cable may use a barrel adjuster of the proper thread.

I have vague memory of using the barrel adjuster from a set of Simplex Delrin shifters in a Raleigh, but I can't swear to it:


Upon closer scrutiny, the reason nothing threads into the bridge is because there are no threads in the hole Apparently it just sets in the hole, and is held tight with cable tension. It is a little bigger than the ones on the Simplex shifters, though they may work as someone else has told me. In any case I may have the correct one on it's way.
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FWIW, I’ve never seen a threaded hole for that little rear cable stop on a Raleigh road bike. It just slips into the drilled hole. It is a fairly narrow stop, so the usual ones from various brakes don’t fit. An adjuster from a set of Simplex shifters will, however.
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Originally Posted by malcala622
ISO: Campy seatpost 27.2

Nuovo Record or Super Record or Chorus
I have and NR and an SR. Both are in good used condition. Send me a pm if you're still interested.
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Originally Posted by nlerner
FWIW, I’ve never seen a threaded hole for that little rear cable stop on a Raleigh road bike. It just slips into the drilled hole. It is a fairly narrow stop, so the usual ones from various brakes don’t fit. An adjuster from a set of Simplex shifters will, however.
+1 The nut below the knurled cable stop threads on. This allows fine adjustment of the tension on the cable. The hole has no threads.
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Nitto Crystemblue stem. Preferably 80-90 length (but will consider others). Pic for attention excluding handlebar, but a plus if you have it:



https://www.flickr.com/photos/m_jake/2733984801

Please PM me if you have one laying around. Thanks!
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That's a rare piece to find apart from the stem.
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