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Old 04-21-20, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
I was able to do a decent match of my saddle in that color, but it took a bit of shellac on cloth bar tape. Full sun shows it isn't perfect, but as it gets ridden, it should match a bit better. It's on the Argos (far left)

Thanks Z for the suggestion! I really would like the leather for this particular bike.
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Thanks Z for the suggestion! I really would like the leather for this particular bike.
I hear you. That's my preference as well. Perhaps, as a starting point, you can send an e-mail to Brooks and ask if they've ever made bar tape in that color. If they haven't, you'll know one of the limitations you're facing.
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I think Velobitz on eBay sells a sew on bar wrap in that color.
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Originally Posted by rccardr
I think Velobitz on eBay sells a sew on bar wrap in that color.
Thanks Doc. Had no clue there was somewhere to currently get these.
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Originally Posted by obrentharris
If you find the holders but not the pads I have a set of used pads you're welcome to.


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I conpletely forgot to reply to you. I was able to get a new set on eBay. Thank you for offering the pads. Much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by unworthy1
Well don't know how these things happen but I have ONE with the black plastic on the guides (it's a RH side holder), and three that are plain all chrome-plated guides...go figure! All four have dry and worn black Campy pads in place. LMK if you want the single or prefer to wait for a set.
Damm.

I also have a set of three.

They were somewhere and a good half-hour was wasted finding 'em. Thought the gods might have smiled.

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EDIT: Search is over. Thanks you guys!

Rustines Campy/Superbe style hoods are out of stock everywhere! I have a pair of Modolo levers shipping my way soon that will need hoods. So...

ISO: Pair of Rustines or Modolo non-aero hoods, either new or gently used, and preferably gum, but may consider white/cream.



Have $ to buy outright, or else a bit of small stash to trade from including a menu of Shimano 6400 (Tricolor) pieces from a partial group set.

If you got hoods, lets talk!

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Originally Posted by deux jambes
Rustines Campy/Superbe style hoods are out of stock everywhere! I have a pair of Modolo levers shipping my way soon that will need hoods. So...

ISO: Pair of Rustines or Modolo non-aero hoods, either new or gently used, and preferably gum, but may consider white/cream.
Boulder Bike is a good source for NOS Molodo hoods. Here's a pair for $25: https://boulderbicycle.bike/Modolo-92...mpy-NR-SR.html
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Originally Posted by deux jambes
Rustines Campy/Superbe style hoods are out of stock everywhere! I have a pair of Modolo levers shipping my way soon that will need hoods. So...

If you got hoods, lets talk!
There are some options on eBay (search for "modolo hoods"). They are starting to go for "stupid money" (as iab says), so my guess is that most NOS is evaporating. jeirvine 's suggestion of Boulder Bike might be your best option. Still, you might score some levers with hoods for less than the cost of some of the NOS hoods listed on eBay, so that might be an option.
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Boulder Bike is a good source for NOS Molodo hoods. Here's a pair for $25: Modolo 920 Black Brake Hood pair - also fits Campy NR/SR
Also include Ame in your search. They made hoods to go with Modolo brakes.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro
I hear you. That's my preference as well. Perhaps, as a starting point, you can send an e-mail to Brooks and ask if they've ever made bar tape in that color. If they haven't, you'll know one of the limitations you're facing.
Brooks did make bar tape in that colour. But yes, sending an email to Brooks and asking if they will bring it back out would be a first step.

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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Also include Ame in your search. They made hoods to go with Modolo brakes.
and IF you can find them (in a color that does not embarass you to use) the A'me hoods outlast original Modolo and other re-pops by many years, IMO. They used an "un-natural" synthetic rubber that was far more durable than natural gum.
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Hey all, I'm in search of an RD-6207 to complete a 600EX group.

Silver body, short, medium or long cage OK.

Lots to trade, thanks for looking in your stash.
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Originally Posted by jeirvine
Boulder Bike is a good source for NOS Molodo hoods.
I always forget about Boulder Bike for some reason. Anyhow, thanks for mentioning them John. The Modolos currently in stock are black, and Im stuck on gum for this project. However, I had also forgotten about Soma repops as an option until I saw them on the Boulder website. They look like a decent substitute so I bought a pair. Price was right. Problem solved!

Originally Posted by smontanaro
There are some options on eBay (search for "modolo hoods"). They are starting to go for "stupid money ...Still, you might score some levers with hoods for less than the cost of some of the NOS hoods listed on eBay, so that might be an option.
Searched high & low. And yes, theyre not inexpensive. There is a pair of translucent ergonomic hoods which are absolutely gorgeous, but... upwards of $80!

I had considered the lever/hood combo too, just didnt find any attractive deals this time around. So...

Soma hoods, soon in the mail from Boulder Bike, and life is good!



Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Also include Ame in your search. They made hoods to go with Modolo brakes.
Thanks Law. I scoured eBay for a pair of Ame as an option, just didnt find any in a color I was comfortable using on this build. Few things in life that I get ridiculously picky about, but a bikes color scheme is definitely one of them.

Originally Posted by unworthy1
and IF you can find them (in a color that does not embarass you to use) the A'me hoods outlast original Modolo and other re-pops by many years, IMO. They used an "un-natural" synthetic rubber that was far more durable than natural gum.
I rode with a pair for a while. Red. They were installed over Aero Gran Compe levers, and had seen a ton of use before I took hold of them. Yet, besides being embedded with sweat and dirt, they were in outstanding shape, and I remember them being very comfortable.

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So I have this exact stem in a bike I just bought.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/SR-Sakae-Mo...4/293259042283

What do the numbers mean in the title? And which one is most important when buying a replacement?

Also do they come in different sizes? If so, there's a chance it's not the exact size in my bike.

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Originally Posted by zachleft
So I have this exact stem in a bike I just bought.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/SR-Sakae-Mo...4/293259042283

What do the numbers mean in the title? And which one is most important when buying a replacement?

Also do they come in different sizes? If so, there's a chance it's not the exact size in my bike.
100mm is distance from stem to hbar clamp.
22.2mm is the stem diameter (this fits all non-metric steerers)
25.4mm is the handlebar clamp diameter.

1 is preference, 2 must match the frame, 3 must match the bar
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ISO Alloy 110 BCD Chainrings

Hi folks,

Ive scrounged up some old triple cranksets (one each, 165,170, 175), the arms are good, but the larger rings arent. Ive salvaged the steel small ones, but need some of the large ones for experiments Id like to do with various arm length. Looking for a wide variety.

For trade I have some Shimano derailleurs. A 6500 rear(short cage), a 6600 front, a 6503 front (triple). The 6503 has some wear on the cage, works well. Also have a Deore XT set. Email you needs and Ill check clamp diameters and send pix.

Cheers,

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Originally Posted by deux jambes
Rustines Campy/Superbe style hoods are out of stock everywhere!
This $@#+ is gettin' real!
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Is there a spreadsheet somewhere that tracks the WTB/WTT transactions?

I see the value of perusing the thread, but am wondering what gets lost.
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
This $@#+ is gettin' real!
TP and Rustines. Whod have known?
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Originally Posted by billytwosheds
Is there a spreadsheet somewhere that tracks the WTB/WTT transactions?

I see the value of perusing the thread, but am wondering what gets lost.
Folks lose hope and stop posting, or keep posting until they're seen by the right person.
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Originally Posted by billytwosheds
Hey all, I'm in search of an RD-6207 to complete a 600EX group.

Silver body, short, medium or long cage OK.

Lots to trade, thanks for looking in your stash.
I may well have this, did you find one?
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While looking for another set of pedals in a little-frequented bin, I found these Shimano PD-1056s. According to Velobase, they're from the 1990-1995 era. They're well-used and have plenty of scuffs and scratches, but the bearings feel perfectly smooth. No idea how the release mechanism might work since I don't have shoes or cleats for them.

If you're looking for a pair of these, let me know--I'll never use them.
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