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Old 04-16-09, 10:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Charles Wahl
OK, here's a little 27" wheel "kit-of-parts" for someone who is willing to take it on, and pay the shipping:

I have two 27" size Rigida 1320 clincher rims (alloy, no eyelets), both in very good shape. Right now they are two front wheels, laced, galvanized spokes, 36H. One has a Normandy high-flange hub, and the other has an older Sunshine low-flange hub.

You can either have them as-is, or I can un-lace one of them and provide the matching rear hub for either type. No skewers in any case, and the Normandy rear has a solid rear axle. You'll need spokes for the rear wheel build too, at the least.

Why such a weird combination? I had the Sunshine pair originally, rear got tacoed, so I found a matching rim as a front wheel. I've realized that this is the only pair of 27" rims I have, and I've got a surfeit of wheels taking up space. If nobody takes them in a week, I'll CL them locally.
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Originally Posted by Charles Wahl
Taken by Duface (see below).

OK, here's a little 27" wheel "kit-of-parts" for someone who is willing to take it on, and pay the shipping:

I have two 27" size Rigida 1320 clincher rims (alloy, no eyelets), both in very good shape. Right now they are two front wheels, laced, galvanized spokes, 36H. One has a Normandy high-flange hub, and the other has an older Sunshine low-flange hub.

You can either have them as-is, or I can un-lace one of them and provide the matching rear hub for either type. No skewers in any case, and the Normandy rear has a solid rear axle. You'll need spokes for the rear wheel build too, at the least.

Why such a weird combination? I had the Sunshine pair originally, rear got tacoed, so I found a matching rim as a front wheel. I've realized that this is the only pair of 27" rims I have, and I've got a surfeit of wheels taking up space. If nobody takes them in a week, I'll CL them locally.
Do you have a taker for these yet?

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Old 04-18-09, 10:21 AM
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Still need levers, Sol? Based on my experiences over the last few days I'd say the generic Suntours I could get for you would work, might not engage the last cog. Let me know.
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Generic SunTours should be good, as they can wind up a lot of cable.
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Copy of Jobst Brandt's "The Bicycle Wheel" copyright dated 1983. Good, but used condition.

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Attention Accushift lovers (both of you);
take some or all of this bike;

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Old 04-28-09, 09:49 PM
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I would like to soo badly, but too many projects already
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Old 04-29-09, 11:17 AM
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Two 130bcd rings
1) Shimano SG A-53 (for use with 42 small ring)
2) Shimano SG B-53 (for use with 39 small ring)

Both are used and scratched but in reasonable condition with plenty of life left.
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Originally Posted by rwp
Two 130bcd rings
1) Shimano SG A-53 (for use with 42 small ring)
2) Shimano SG B-53 (for use with 39 small ring)

Both are used and scratched but in reasonable condition with plenty of life left.
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i have a ten speed shimano shifter set, downtube shifters. comes with everthing only needs new cables as the one is cut and rusty. These came off of an 80's schwinn world tourer.

i am looking for a coaster hub (laced to a 27 inch wheel would be fantastic.
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I savaged a slightly damaged Campagnolo NR braze-on FD (a pay it forward from miamijim) in order to straighten the tweaked FD braze-on tab on a frame. It worked! So, I'm keeping the damaged body and mounting bolt as a tool. However, before I did any damage, I removed usable parts. The only problems were a stripped pinch bolt hole and a missing bracing screw at the end of the cage. Everything else looked solid. If anyone has any use for these parts, let me know. Here's what's available:

The spring, the cage without the end bracing screw (3 hole version I think), the lower pivot arm, the bolt for the lower pivot arm, a c-clip, and the upper pivot arm (it has a stripped pinch bolt hole).

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Old 05-05-09, 06:02 PM
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Trashion may be able to use that limit screw for her frejus, just to put that out there.
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Old 05-09-09, 04:31 PM
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Hey, thanks mkeller! PM sent!
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Got a set of Diacomp non-aero levers and single pivot calipers, circa 1987. Decent shape, probably need some new washers/nuts and some tlc.

Free to a good home. Or any home other than mine.

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Classic rattrap pedals off a 1984 Schwinn LeTour.

Yours for cost of shipping.

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One Cyclo chain tool. Comes complete with a replacable pin that is a bit loose and keeps falling out. Still works fine and the pin could be glued in if it starts to bother you. Yours for postage.
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Old 05-12-09, 12:48 AM
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One Cyclo chain tool. Comes complete with a replacable pin that is a bit loose and keeps falling out. Still works fine and the pin could be glued in if it starts to bother you. Yours for postage.
If you still have that dustcap, and haven't already sent it out, you could throw this in with it. ^__^
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If you still have that dustcap, and haven't already sent it out, you could throw this in with it. ^__^
Too late! The dustcap went out over a week ago, must be stuck in gitmo like Corky...
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Free to good home! Would anybody be interested in a Centurion Ladies frame? Basic stripped frame w/fork & headset intact, but BB has been removed for re-deployment. Lower end product (Sport, maybe?), mid/late ‘70’s vintage. 20” seat tube, Red with white trim. A few spots of rust, but otherwise in decent shape. I'll get a picture up eventually.

I really prefer local pickup. I just don’t have the bandwidth for boxing & shipping something this big.
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I have a Peugeot UO-8 frame and fork available. Circa 1974. Not in great shape. Head tube is bent back from a crash. I rode it like this for years anyway, after straightening it most of the way. I'll throw in the crank which is missing a chainring bolt. Headset comes with it, too.

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in reference to noglider's peugeot:
is it a spider arm crank where you can take all the chainrings off? if so, is the bolt spacing 110 of 130? how long are the crank arms?
much appreciated
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Old 05-17-09, 03:33 PM
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I forgot to mention, the frame is a 21" (54 cm) center to top.

The crankarm has a three-arm spider, and the distance between two bolts is 101 mm. The crankarms measure about 158mm. Gee, that's odd. It's missing a chainring bolt which you will definitely need to replace. And it's a COTTERED crank. It takes standard 9/16" pedals.

As I said, the frame is bent. I bent it to almost straight but not perfect. If you're patient, you can finish the job.

I will throw in the Philippe stem. It's from a very high end French bike. The headset is the original except that the locknut is from a Campagnolo Record headset. Ooh, fancy!
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ok thanks,
i need a five arm with 110 or 120 spacing though
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Now if you'd be willing to part with the crank without the frame...
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Sure. You want the crank?
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