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Old 04-10-18, 11:20 AM
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Try Wayne Bingham at Velo Classique in VA. Last time I needed a Cinelli part he had it in stock, seems to me he mentioned that he had a few of those in the back.
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Good timing to put up my latest ISO.

I could sure use one of those rear centerpull brake adjusters - as discussed on the previous page. I also could use some English threaded Bottom Bracket cups, and a clamp-on downtube double cable stop. All are needed to be able to build up the International I recently picked up for my wife the way I would like (yes, I'm substituting bar-end shifters for downtube shifters).

I have hit and miss when it comes to parts to trade. I'm almost always able to work something out though so give me a holler.

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Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
Good timing to put up my latest ISO.

I could sure use one of those rear centerpull brake adjusters - as discussed on the previous page. I also could use some English threaded Bottom Bracket cups, and a clamp-on downtube double cable stop. All are needed to be able to build up the International I recently picked up for my wife the way I would like (yes, I'm substituting bar-end shifters for downtube shifters).
I'm pretty sure I have a set of Sakae cups or similar in good condition and a Shimano or Suntour set of downtube stops. You can have them for shipping.

Do you mean the Raleigh hanger stop doodad?
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Originally Posted by TimmyT View Post
I'm pretty sure I have a set of Sakae cups or similar in good condition and a Shimano or Suntour set of downtube stops. You can have them for shipping.

Do you mean the Raleigh hanger stop doodad?
Yes. The Raleigh hanger stop doodad. Always wondered what the official name for that was. I'll send you a pm to coordinate.
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Cottered spindle needed

I know this is a long shot, but here goes...

I am in need of a longer cottered BB spindle only for my 1973 Raleigh Super Course with a Stronglite Steel cottered crank. I am having issues with the non drive side crank arm being too close to the chainstay. It has only about 2mm clearance or less. I am seeking a longer spindle that is longer than 38mm on the non drive side.
The original spindle is a Phillips #3900437.

Update: I think I found a spindle that will work at a bike co-op, plus I scored an alloy crank that I will probably use instead.
Thanks everyone for looking through your parts stash.
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Originally Posted by lacro View Post
I know this is a long shot, but here goes...

I am in need of a longer cottered BB spindle only for my 1973 Raleigh Super Course with a Stronglite Steel cottered crank. I am having issues with the non drive side crank arm being too close to the chainstay. It has only about 2mm clearance or less. I am seeking a longer spindle that is longer than 38mm on the non drive side.
The original spindle is a Phillips #3900437.
I have a stash of cottered spindles and will look through it. Can you clarify: you are measuring 38 and 48 mm from the ends of the spindle to the abrupt edge immediately inboard of the bearing race? I mean, the bulge at the bearing races has two sharp edges, and your measurements refer to the outer edge in each case (correct?). I ask because the usual distance between the two outer edges, if I recall correctly, is usually 55 mm.
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@lacro, if you send me an email, I will put a cottered spindle search on my to-do list for you. My address is below.
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Originally Posted by rhm View Post
I have a stash of cottered spindles and will look through it. Can you clarify: you are measuring 38 and 48 mm from the ends of the spindle to the abrupt edge immediately inboard of the bearing race? I mean, the bulge at the bearing races has two sharp edges, and your measurements refer to the outer edge in each case (correct?). I ask because the usual distance between the two outer edges, if I recall correctly, is usually 55 mm.
For the center section measurement to be 55mm, I have to measure from the centers of the bearing races. I was originally using the center of the 2 flat areas of the major od's Using the center of bearing race location for the 3 lengths, it's 45/55/35 which totals 135 mm OAL. I hope this make sense.
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Originally Posted by lacro View Post
For the center section measurement to be 55mm, I have to measure from the centers of the bearing races. I was originally using the center of the 2 flat areas of the major od's Using the center of bearing race location for the 3 lengths, it's 45/55/35 which totals 135 mm OAL. I hope this make sense.
Okay, I'll have to check when I get home. I found a list of my stash that mentions two 135's and one 137, but doesn't break them down to segments. More later.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
Yes. The Raleigh hanger stop doodad. Always wondered what the official name for that was. I'll send you a pm to coordinate.
If you are not able to locate the correct adjuster, there is a fix. I just received a donated one from a member here, who thought it was the correct one, but it was too big, being M6x1.00 thread, and too big for the 4mm smooth bore hole it belongs in. So as others have mentioned, I drilled and tapped the hole to M6X1.0. Problem solved!
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ISO: Rolf Vector Pro rear wheel for parts. I can probably get by with a front. Silver preferred (for the spokes), but at this point, I'd be fine with black. Mine has the DT Swiss HuGI hub, but doubt if it matters much.

Have: Lots of stuff. Try me.
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175mm Sakae CR Triple drive side crank arm. I just need that arm but would be open to a whole crankset. Willing to buy or trade. Have lots of parts including a 170mm CR crank.
Does it have to be Sakae? I have a 105 triple crank in 175mm and I need shorter.

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In search of:

Shimano Ultegra 6500 FD can be braze on but really prefer clamp.

Suntour Superbe Pro NDS crank arm. Got the drive side, looking to see if I can find its mate.

In return... Maybe something you need!
Thanks!

EXIT: happy to report the Ultegra has been found and a possible lead on the crank arm.

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ISO Campagnolo Bottom Bracket and Headset

Looking for the following in nice condition:

1. NR BB with Italian threads, 70 SS, 113 mm axle, 3/16" bearings.

2. NR HS English threads

Have lots of Zeus Criterium era parts and Campagnolo stuff of various vintages to trade. Few other odd ball things like Universal 61 Centre pull callipers and levers.

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Looking for the following in nice condition:

1. NR BB with Italian threads, 70 SS, 113 mm axle, 3/16" bearings.
Nuovo Record bottom brackets use 1/4" balls; only the Super Record titanium bottom brackets, C-Record and an obscure, short-lived 1960s Record bottom bracket used 3/16" balls.

But I might have one for you (Nuovo Record, that is). What sort of Zeus stuff do you have?

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In search of:

Shimano Ultegra 6500 FD can be braze on but really prefer clamp.

In return... Maybe something you need!
Thanks!
I have a 6500 double 28.6 clamp, a 6600 triple 31.8 clamp, and a 6700 braze on, if any of those work for you.

PM me for details.
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ISO:
Rolf Vector Pro rear wheel/hub parts:
1-The serrated/knurled lock washer that press-fits on the end of the axle.
2-At least one, but more if you have them, bladed spokes, 282mm, I think.

Shimano RS-11 front wheel/hub parts:
The caps that cover the bearings.
I have a set missing the caps and don't want to mount them without 'em.

Have:
Lots of stuff. Try me.
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Rolf Vector Pro rear wheel/hub parts:

2-At least one, but more if you have them, bladed spokes, 282mm, I think.
Are the just standard j-bend spokes, or straight pulls, or is there some other reason CXRay or aerolites don't work?
I have a bunch o' spokes, some oddball, from a closed shop. But I don't recall any labeled as Rolf in the bunch.
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I have 28 straight pull (radial) bladed spokes which I will need to measure.
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I'm looking for a quill stem for a 1 and 1/8" steerer tube, 25.4 clamp diameter. Ideally with a length of less than 80mm for the reach and about 180mm for the quill length itself. I have something similar but with a 22.2 clamp diameter but I would need to double check the sizing if anyone is interested in that.
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Rolf Vector Pros.....

J-bend will work. The Sapim CX Rays are about 1/2 as wide. I forgot that the NDS are 282. The DS are 285. I figure They are DT Swiss Aeros, maybe not the Aerolite. The Pro in this configuration did not use a nipple, but a nut, and the threads inside the nut only run half the length of the nut. This means a short spoke won't be grabbed by the nut. Crazy.


PITA.
I broke another one today, we won't go there.
Rolf is a 4-letter word today.

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Are the just standard j-bend spokes, or straight pulls, or is there some other reason CXRay or aerolites don't work?
I have a bunch o' spokes, some oddball, from a closed shop. But I don't recall any labeled as Rolf in the bunch.

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ISO, replacement hoods for Tektro r200 brake levers, brown ones preferred.

Have some odds and ends kicking around, if you need something specific, please ask me. I can also have a rummage at my bike co-op.
- Cannondale branded Tektro Oryx cantilever brake set
- Tektro mini-V brake set
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ISO:

- Mount bolt for Dia Compe / Weinmann rear center pull brake (mine is too short — was on a thin plate style bridge.)

HAVE: Some goodies...
I have a Weinmann center bolt that’s 4cm long, measured from the base of the head. Free to you; don’t have any needs ATM. And I’m happy to include a couple of the washers shaped to fit against a round brake bridge.
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