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I promised people parts, who gets what?

Old 12-29-19, 10:17 AM
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I promised people parts, who gets what?

While tidying up the desk I found a pair of Shimano 4.5mm shifter thumbscrew mounting bolts and some Huret pullies. Can't remember who I promised them to and too lazy to sort through 6 months of posts......so who gets what? Sound off!

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Old 12-29-19, 11:14 AM
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Tear down for new project hitting some speed bumps.
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Old 12-30-19, 09:27 AM
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Thanks for that. I'll get everything packed and in the mail.

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Where is that Cinelli steel badged stem and bars you promised?
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I also promised stuff to people and lost track. Anyone here?
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I think I was to get the 8mm Mauser.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
I think I was to get the 8mm Mauser.
Sorry, my Mouser wiggles too much to pack in a box and ship away.
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Awesome post, Top. Thumbs up on this one. Way to go.
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Sorry, my Mouser wiggles too much to pack in a box and ship away.
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I think I was to get the 8mm Mauser.
Sorry, haven't had a K-98 in the house in years.

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