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Old 04-15-20, 03:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Adscheerens
I'm in search of a mid-eighties steel racing frame and fork. Something in the 59-61cm range with a light tube set. Open to anything, but primarily interested in Japanese tube sets and builders. I would also entertain the idea of a newer titanium frame. Thanks!
I have a Carver Ti frame in that size that I’m selling. No fork. Fits 700 x 35mm tires. I can get you the rest of the specs if you’re interested.

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Originally Posted by dweenk
Are there any good leather crafters in your area? That would be my first choice; but I think think the buckle is designed to fail due to the thin stress point.
Paying more attention to the buckles now I realize the material and design will lead to a failure. I didn’t even have the bag loaded down and it went! I will probably go with cut down leather toe straps until the Covid mess is over.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Well RATS!

My new Cardiff that I got here on BF has broken a metal buckle. Looking for a short 6” brown leather strap to replace it.

Could go toe straps or try replacing the buckle but wanted to see if any here have one to trade for.

Thanks all!

if there is a good shoe repair/cobbler they might be able to help. mine just saved an $80 belt that I have grown too small for (a first for me)
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ISO.....this is going to be a real outlier but if anywhere in bikeforums it would be C&V. I am looking for a single seat folding kayak, think nautiraid, feathercraft, klepper, pouch, longhaul If anyone runs across one in your craigslist searches, let me know thx

mods I think this is ok, but if not my apologies in advance and kill it
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Well RATS!

My new Cardiff that I got here on BF has broken a metal buckle. Looking for a short 6” brown leather strap to replace it.

Could go toe straps or try replacing the buckle but wanted to see if any here have one to trade for.

Thanks all!

if there is a good shoe repair/cobbler they might be able to help. mine just saved an $80 belt that I have grown too small for (a first for me)
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Campagnolo Gran Sport headset wanted

For my Olmo build I seek a Gran Sport headset (or an Olmo headset but that seems less likely.) English or Italian thread.
I have this pristine record headset to offer in trade, or a variety of Record front derailleurs, seatposts, axles, spindles, shifters, misc hardware.



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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
My new Cardiff has broken a metal buckle.
JB Weld a little metal piece in there and see what happens. You can't mess it up. Might want to haul around a toe strap in the bag for a while just in case.
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Originally Posted by Adscheerens
I'm in search of a mid-eighties steel racing frame and fork. Something in the 59-61cm range...
Where are you located?

RiddleOfSteel might still have some framesets.
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Originally Posted by squirtdad
ISO.....this is going to be a real outlier but if anywhere in bikeforums it would be C&V. I am looking for a single seat folding kayak, think nautiraid, feathercraft, klepper, pouch, longhaul If anyone runs across one in your craigslist searches, let me know thx

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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Well RATS!

My new Cardiff that I got here on BF has broken a metal buckle. Looking for a short 6” brown leather strap to replace it.]
Maybe you could find something here and have a cobbler or harness maker fix it to the bag:

https://www.buckleguy.com/buckles/
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Originally Posted by nlerner
I have a Carver Ti frame in that size that I’m selling. No fork. Fits 700 x 35mm tires. I can get you the rest of the specs if you’re interested.

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Interested, but Im guessing it might be a little new for a 600 Ultegra group to be at home, and a little bit out of my price range . Shouldve mentioned my budget is about $500.

Originally Posted by SurferRosa
Where are you located?

RiddleOfSteel might still have some framesets.
Sorry, forgot to mention that. I'm located in Tucson, Arizona.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Well RATS!

My new Cardiff that I got here on BF has broken a metal buckle. Looking for a short 6” brown leather strap to replace it.

Could go toe straps or try replacing the buckle but wanted to see if any here have one to trade for.

Thanks all!

I have a spare leather strap from a Velo-Orange HB bag. It measures 20cm to the end of the buckle. Yours for postage if it would work.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
The value in these might be with the skewers. Very unique.

The bearings look like cartridges that have lost their dustcaps. If so, those will be difficult to move.
They're standard 6000RS cartridge bearings, with the dustcaps in place. Many modern sealed-bearing hubs have an axle spacer with one wide end that covers the cartridge bearing, but I've worked on vintage Suzue sealed bearing hubs, and modern Formula/Origin8 hubs, that have the same setup as these Lamberts. Just two locknuts next to each bearing to adjust lateral preload.

I say the bearings in these hubs are newer because they're made in Japan and I got another vintage sealed bearing hub with them that had the same bearings. I think the previous owner replaced the bearings in all these hubs. If Lambert hubs originally came with Japanese sealed bearings I might be mistaken. They're smooth as butter in any case.
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Originally Posted by obrentharris
Campagnolo Gran Sport headset wanted

For my Olmo build I seek a Gran Sport headset (or an Olmo headset but that seems less likely.) English or Italian thread.
I have this pristine record headset to offer in trade, or a variety of Record front derailleurs, seatposts, axles, spindles, shifters, misc hardware.



Thanks,
Brent
I believe I have a whole Olmo frameset. I'm in Marin.
Thanks,
Chris
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Originally Posted by eeuuugh
They're standard 6000RS cartridge bearings, with the dustcaps in place.
Ok. I thought maybe they originally had some thin, shiny dustcaps in addition to those rubber seals like Suntour (and others) provided. But I have some complete Ofmega ones that do not have a separate cap besides their cartridge seals, and they work just fine.

Just two locknuts next to each bearing to adjust lateral preload.
I've never seen any hub without cones. Maybe that's what you meant.

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Thanks! Sent you a PM.

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Originally Posted by squirtdad
if there is a good shoe repair/cobbler they might be able to help. mine just saved an $80 belt that I have grown too small for (a first for me)
What's the width of that buckle? Do you have the means to sew leather? Cause if it was mine I'd clip that rivet, replace the buckle with a BETTER brass buckle and then sew an "X-BOX" to re-secure the strap (stronger than a rivet) I might have a buckle I could send you, not guaranteed, but Ebay/AMZ probably does.
Edit NVM, I see jeirvine has something for you already!
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What's the width of that buckle? Do you have the means to sew leather? Cause if it was mine I'd clip that rivet, replace the buckle with a BETTER brass buckle and then sew an "X-BOX" to re-secure the strap (stronger than a rivet) I might have a buckle I could send you, not guaranteed, but Ebay/AMZ probably does.
Edit NVM, I see jeirvine has something for you already!
speedy stitcher is a good tool to have, had i not been thinking too linearly, I could have used it to do my own belt shortening

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WTT: 49T TA 50.4BCD ring for smaller

Hi all,

Hope folks are surviving these strange times. I have a used 49T TA ring that I would like to trade for an outer (44T or 42T) or an inner (26-30T). It doesn't have to be a TA, just in decent shape and 50.4BCD.
I'm having trouble attaching photos or a URL, so pics on request.
Please drop me an email if you're interested. r3woods///gmail///com


Thanks!
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Originally Posted by squirtdad
speedy stitcher is a good tool to have, had i not been thinking too linearly, I could have used it to do my own belt shortening

Thanks for giving it your awl...
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+1 for the speedy stitcher. I have used it for many different things.
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Originally Posted by Fat Tire Trader
I believe I have a whole Olmo frameset. I'm in Marin.
Thanks,
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Size, condition?
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Looking for a interesting set of down tube shifters. They have to fit on standard Campy shifter bosses. I'm using ratty late model Campy NR shifters now, and they are fine, but just so boring. How about Zeus, Favorit, Gian Robert? What you got?

In trade I offer some ratty late model Campy NR shifters, or maybe a discount on a saddle repair, or, I don't know, something or other. I have all kinds of crap.
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Looking for a interesting set of down tube shifters. They have to fit on standard Campy shifter bosses. I'm using ratty late model Campy NR shifters now, and they are fine, but just so boring. How about Zeus, Favorit, Gian Robert? What you got?

In trade I offer some ratty late model Campy NR shifters, or maybe a discount on a saddle repair, or, I don't know, something or other. I have all kinds of crap.
I think I still have a spare pair of Campy dopplers and some Suntour Sprint microratchet shifters.
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