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Old 11-29-19, 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by rhm
i think I have a Hetre that's at the end of its useful life if that's what you need. I do have a Pari-Moto that's nominally 48 mm but it's pretty new and anyway it's on a bike.

What Bottecchia is this? I have one from about'1970. I won't send you my 48mm Pari-Moto but I could check whether I'll fit into the Bottecchia fork.
PM sent.

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Old 11-29-19, 09:10 AM
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Will do. Thanks!

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I may be able to help you out. Shoot me an e-mail at rccardr@cox.net and I'll send pics when we get back early next week.
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Old 11-29-19, 12:03 PM
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Originally Posted by cudak888
I'm looking for two rough and ready-to-dispose-of 650B tires that have just enough life in them to be used to figure out how far I can push my tire size on my Bottecchia conversion. Also open to someone willing to lend a used set.

I won't be riding them, just bringing them up to enough pressure to get the tire to it's final size.

Looking especially for a smooth 650B x 42 and a 650B x 50 Compass Switchback - I really want to see if I can shove that huge Compass tire in the Bottecchia's fork before I consider buying these expensive suckers.

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Kurt,

I have one of those Compass tire size gauge for just that purpose. PM if interested, shipping cost only
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Old 11-29-19, 07:54 PM
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ISO: 3ttt handlebars 40-42cm/25.8mm clamp.

Prefer the old logo

Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-30-19, 05:26 PM
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Originally Posted by malcala622
ISO: 3ttt handlebars 40-42cm/25.8mm clamp.

Prefer the old logo

Thanks in advance.
I have some gunmetal 3t bars, but I‘m guessing those aren’t what you’re looking for.
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Old 11-30-19, 05:53 PM
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Originally Posted by jethin
I have some gunmetal 3t bars, but I‘m guessing those aren’t what you’re looking for.

I actually have a those too but not what I need. Thanks though.
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This is more of a "pay it forward" thing. I think there was a thread for that somewhere, but I must be overlooking it. I have decided the Peugeot folding bike I bought as part of a lot of bikes a few weeks ago has too much frame rust/corrosion to do anything with. So I've taken parts off it to use on other projects. I don't think I'll ever use the 550A / 22" / 490mm wheels. They're reasonably true, and typical for the era textured/chromed steel. I guess these are probably somewhat hard to find and, if anyone would like these wheels for a project, they're yours absolutely free. If there is no interest here, I'll probably take the Normandy hubs out and save those for a rainy day (and bin the spokes and rims). Please PM me if interested in them.

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I need a fork for a 23" 86 super sport. If I can't find a match, I'll take any other similar model or color. Otherwise ill have to go generic chrome.

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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
ISO, band on front derailleur similar to Superbe Pro. Clearance for rear tyre is a problem with the Shimano 105 that is currently on the bike I have. Double chain ring style is fine. Much to trade just lemme know. Thanks, MH
Clamp size?
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Nesteel,
I am using old school calipers and it measures just under 2.9 so I'm thinking 28.6. Thanks, MH
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@Mad Honk are you open to options on FD, or are you set on 105 and want to try swapping in a new band that's not for a 105 but may fit your 105?
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
Nesteel,
I am using old school calipers and it measures just under 2.9 so I'm thinking 28.6. Thanks, MH
I likely have a Cyclone band clamp style tucked away. Let me check.
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The 105 I have is giving me clearance problems with the rear tire when removing and re-assembling. I am thinking something like the band on superbe or cyclone would give enough clearance for a tire change. Nothing ever goes right with a retro fitting! Argh! I could put on a set of $130 tires to accommodate the frame issue but for a bike that is for sale cheap, I am not that inclined. Frame tubing is Aele. HTH, MH
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MH- how about a free pair of 23mm Gatorskins? They might clear more easily if you're trying to fit 25's.
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
Thanks,
I am always trying to fix a problem with old school bikes with new school parts. The tires today have a higher profile than the ones in 1985, and that is what is creating my problems.
Let me know what you need in return including denero, smiles,MH
Good news/bad news. I'm not losing my mind; I actually have two Cyclone band clamp versions. However, they're both from Cannondales with a larger seattube. Sorry.
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LF/WTT for:

Dura Ace 7200 stem, seatpost, hubs, and bottom bracket.
Length on stem: 100-120 preferred.
27..2 on the seatpost diameter.
Hubs: Any flavor of 7200 is fine. Freewheel or freehub is okay.
BB; english, double crankset.

Trade fodder:
7200 FRENCH THREADED bb. No dust sleeve, cups and spindle nice, bearings are also. Lock ring is not buggered up either.
7400 stem, complete. I'll check on length. Some marks, not a show piece.
130mm milled SR Royal SuperLight stem. Unused, clean.
Various hubs: Suntour sealed bearing, vintage Campy, Sunshine HF (Not ProAM)
etc...
Let me know what you have,and what you're looking for.
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ISO 90mm 26.4 stem, preferably Cinelli 1A. Just got a better fitting saddle that allows me to properly extend/flatten my back.


Have:
80mm 1A, 26.4...
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Originally Posted by Ferrouscious
ISO 90mm 26.4 stem, preferably Cinelli 1A. Just got a better fitting saddle that allows me to properly extend/flatten my back.
I'm pretty sure our co-op still has this somewhat scuffed 90 mm 1A stem, milano logo style. In the second pic, it's the lower one with the shorter reach. I'll double check that it's still available next time I'm there. I notice your profile says SW Ohio. Are you close to Cincinnati? the co-op is on Knowlton St in the Northside neighborhood if you want to come check it out in person. Also happy to ship if that's easier.



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Originally Posted by nesteel
LF/WTT for:
Dura Ace 7200 stem, Length on stem: 100-120 preferred.
Pretty sure the co-op has one of these as well. It's the one with the hidden clamp bolt access, right? I'll check the length and take some pics next time I'm there.
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Originally Posted by rccardr
MH- how about a free pair of 23mm Gatorskins? They might clear more easily if you're trying to fit 25's.
rccardr, Went to all of the local LBS's today and found one set of Coniti 18 c on a back shelf. $40 but If they will fit then I'll be OK. Thanks for the offer! Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by francophile
@Mad Honk are you open to options on FD, or are you set on 105 and want to try swapping in a new band that's not for a 105 but may fit your 105?
Francophile, No, I am not opposed to a swap for the FD. I have a clamp on 105 here, that is slightly too small on the band inner diameter (27.0 and the tube measures 28.6) that I don't think I'll be able to use. I used a 105 brake set because at the time they had superior stopping power over the other Shimano brakes. It looks like it will be a mix of drive train parts, tri-color hubs and rd, Sante 7s shifters, and whatever fd I can find. I am just trying to stay reasonably period correct with the parts. But after 35 years some of it is hard to find. Smiles, MH
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MH, I'm fairly sure I have a band-on Cyclone FD in the bit (28.6 clamp). Will check shortly.
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I'd like to find a set of blue label araya 700c with 600 hubs. This is for my 1980 Miyata that I'm restoring back to original. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
I am just trying to get enough clearance for a rear tire change on a very short wheel base bike. An Ochsner 1985 model that was designed for low profile tires back then. Today's tires have a higher profile and are more difficult to change out.
I have some NOS Continental 700Cx20 tires, if that would help:

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Originally Posted by Mad Honk
I have a set that came off my Ochsner that I can likely find a Cinelli set to replace them. They are the laurel wreath 3ttt and the olympic superlegero logos on them. Also have matching 8.5 stem. 42w X 64d lemme know. Smiles, MH

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