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Old 12-27-07, 06:45 PM
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Shimano 600 brake levers, used, good original black hoods, non aero.
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Old 12-27-07, 07:41 PM
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Originally Posted by kpug505 View Post
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Yay! I'll get to see it firsthand. That looks marvelous.

Nobody seems to want that Motobecane water bottle. I'll sweeten the deal and add a set of NOS chromed steel toe clips. The catch - I only have sizes Small and Medium. You get to pick.
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Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
Yay! I'll get to see it firsthand. That looks marvelous.

Nobody seems to want that Motobecane water bottle. I'll sweeten the deal and add a set of NOS chromed steel toe clips. The catch - I only have sizes Small and Medium. You get to pick.

Did I steal those away from you? I saw that you asked a question about them earlier. jim
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A pair of new IRC 24" x 1 3/8" gumwall tires. 85 psi.

Shimano Dura-Ace RD. Date code FE 6/78. Very little wear showing on the pulleys, but has a slight road scuff on the lower left corner and the low gear limiting screw holder is bent to where the screw doesn't contact the stop. Looks repairable or else use with a dork disc. Sorry I don't have a picture to add, the camera is inop.

Used Suntour GPX rear hub from a '89 Centurion Ironman Expert. Smooth bearings. I can't remember if it's 32 or 36 hole, guessing 32 but I can check tomorrow. No skewer.
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I'm in the process of moving, so no specifics... However, if you need anything drive train from entry level Japanese bikes of the 70's let me know.

I'll throw in some specific offers after the middle of the month.
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So far I haven't found anything worth the postage here in my PHX collection (at least that I'm willing to part with), sorry folks.

I do have a used 32 hole tubular rim that I will donate for local pick up. Rims are too much $$$ to ship.
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Also, Shimano light action 6 speed dt shifters and rear derailleur, diacompe [oops] Shimano BR-57 single pivot side pulls and levers (sorry, no hoods).

Let me know if you want pics or more info.

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Originally Posted by jgedwa View Post
Did I steal those away from you? I saw that you asked a question about them earlier. jim
Nope. According to the rules - only one per customer, and I already have something on the way. I would like to see it though after you put it on a bike. That's one tres froid piece o' bling.
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I have a box of derailleurs, brakes, chainrings (110, 130, Biopace), a couple of handlebars, shifter levers, and other things. Do I have to put something specific up, or can I just offer someone the chance to make a request and see if I can fulfill it?

PM me with with what you want/need.

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I have a narrow (40cm?) 3ttt bar from the late 70s or early 80s that I'll never use because its too narrow for me. Its in OK shape, not perfect but not crashed. Clamp diameter is 26.0mm. Lemme know if you are interested

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Centurion

85 Centurion Accordo frame. Tange tubing with forged drops. There's a ding in the rattle-canned top tube. It wasn't rusted through or anything, but there were so many chips in the beautiful beautiful turquoise that I covered it up with the blue. Headset is in decent shape and the Shimano frictions are pretty functional and clean. 56 top and seat tubes.

You pay for postage and I'll ship it as slow and cheap as I can. I don't think the brutes on Craigslist would see the inner-beauty of this one so maybe one of you guys can offer it a home and give it some life.

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Cinelli Giro d'Italia bars, 40 cm c-c, older 26.4 clamp size.

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I still haven't found anything I need in here, but this sure is a greatttt idea!

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Originally Posted by dbakl View Post
Laprade fluted 1-bolt seatpost, used 26.4.
would like to take this if its still available.

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merry christmas to ilikebikes.hope you enjoy your:

new Sci-Con 'roller' seatbag, medium (5.5"L x 2.75"W X 2.5"H),black cordura w/ reflective stripe





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85 Centurion Accordo frame. Tange tubing with forged drops. There's a ding in the rattle-canned top tube. It wasn't rusted through or anything, but there were so many chips in the beautiful beautiful turquoise that I covered it up with the blue. Headset is in decent shape and the Shimano frictions are pretty functional and clean. 56 top and seat tubes.

You pay for postage and I'll ship it as slow and cheap as I can. I don't think the brutes on Craigslist would see the inner-beauty of this one so maybe one of you guys can offer it a home and give it some life.

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Epiphany isn't until Sunday, so it's still Christmas.

I'll offer a pair of Shimano 105 calipers, BR-1050's, 39-49mm reach, clean, decent condition, missing the recessed allen bolts but otherwise complete with pads. These are mid-80's, single pivot, and I've given them the usual cleaning and polishing that everything gets before it goes into the spare parts bins.

Edit: Calipers are taken!
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*** Gone to Dante ***

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R/F Ders G7?
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Originally Posted by sykerocker View Post
Epiphany isn't until Sunday, so it's still Christmas.

I'll offer a pair of Shimano 105 calipers, BR-1050's, 39-49mm reach, clean, decent condition, missing the recessed allen bolts but otherwise complete with pads. These are mid-80's, single pivot, and I've given them the usual cleaning and polishing that everything gets before it goes into the spare parts bins.

Edit: Calipers are taken!
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SunTour
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I'm still trying to get my stuff wrapped and mailed. Hang on, its raining like a mutha here!
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dbakl, its raining hard here too plus the strong winds
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Thanks very much! Here's a picture of the Kabuki the parts will be going on...





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DOES ANYBODY WORK WITH A KIDS CHARITY?

You can tell them that you worked uphill 40 miles in both directions to get this running for them...needs minimal work and I missed the cutoff for Denver Kids donations this year. It's a cross between the 1st generation MTB's and dirt bike/BMX. Canti brakes: How cool is that!

Bob H. helped me I.D. this 1988 Schwinn Enduro that was made in Japan by Panasonic. I thought it would be nice to donate to a rugrat. I'll pay for shipping if somebody works with a kids' charity or knows of a needy little guy (Then again, maybe I'm a fool. Most kids would maybe think this is junk...or would they like it??)

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