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Old 04-28-24, 09:14 AM
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I’ll take Box 1. I can put together a full crank out of this. PM incoming as soon as I’m done pancakes
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Old 04-28-24, 10:09 AM
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I’d like #2 please. Pm incoming
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Box #3 if available… pm coming
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Old 05-19-24, 03:26 PM
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Well folks I am done with the fussing around on a Mavic wheel. So I have all of the parts from the wheel with out the rim which was damaged beyond repair. Free for cost of shipping (probably less than $10) Smiles, MH

All of the bladed spokes, and the rim attaching nipples, and the brass nipples that are locked in place buy the aluminum nipples. And the hub. No cassette cause it didn't have one when I got it.
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Old 05-24-24, 04:32 PM
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PM sent for the Mavic spokes and hub.
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Old 05-24-24, 04:48 PM
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Originally Posted by rjhammett
PM sent for the Mavic spokes and hub.
Done. Smiles, CrapMaster Honk
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Old 06-02-24, 03:38 PM
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After reworking a set of brake levers yesterday I had a few items left over that I don't need to keep. Free just pay shipping, probably $5. Smiles, MH

Two lever blades, and two clamps with nuts.
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Old 06-02-24, 04:21 PM
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PM sent to Mad Honk regarding lever blades and clamps.
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Old 06-07-24, 12:09 AM
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Paging gugie , bulgie , scarlson , unterhausen ...

I've got a 1972 Paramount frame that is in need of some love and since I'm solidly into reducing the fleet right now, I wanted to see if any of you are interested in it. I can take some measurements...I think it is roughly 56cm squared...maybe a 56.5 or 57cm seat tube. The chrome is beautiful.

I bought this frameset a couple of years ago here on the forums, but within a few minutes of receiving it, saw that it had a crack in the rear DS dropout between the dropout and the chain stay. To be honest, I don't know if it is so much a crack as it is a 'separation' between the dropout and the stay, like it didn't get completely filled w/ braze, as the separation is at the joint. It was probably ridden like that for many years, as the front of the joint is brazed well and holds together.

It also has some goofiness on the seat tube, where something mashed it in a bit at the center, but that is probably an easy fix. This one is still plenty salvageable!

I just have so many projects and looking to free up some space. Please let me know if any of y'all are interested. I'd love for this to go to someone w/ some torch skills and give it some love. If this fits you, let's talk. Cost of shipping and it can be at your front door
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Old 06-07-24, 04:13 AM
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Originally Posted by AdventureManCO
Paging gugie , bulgie , scarlson , unterhausen ...

I've got a 1972 Paramount frame that is in need of some love and since I'm solidly into reducing the fleet right now, I wanted to see if any of you are interested in it. I can take some measurements...I think it is roughly 56cm squared...maybe a 56.5 or 57cm seat tube. The chrome is beautiful.

I bought this frameset a couple of years ago here on the forums, but within a few minutes of receiving it, saw that it had a crack in the rear DS dropout between the dropout and the chain stay. To be honest, I don't know if it is so much a crack as it is a 'separation' between the dropout and the stay, like it didn't get completely filled w/ braze, as the separation is at the joint. It was probably ridden like that for many years, as the front of the joint is brazed well and holds together.

It also has some goofiness on the seat tube, where something mashed it in a bit at the center, but that is probably an easy fix. This one is still plenty salvageable!

I just have so many projects and looking to free up some space. Please let me know if any of y'all are interested. I'd love for this to go to someone w/ some torch skills and give it some love. If this fits you, let's talk. Cost of shipping and it can be at your front door
The Crapamount is making its move!
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Old 06-07-24, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by jdawginsc
The Crapamount is making its move!

I mean, its a nice bike and all, being the Majestic Crapamount...but it's really just a poor man's Huffy
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Old 06-15-24, 05:03 PM
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Well folks,
I promised to start cleaning up around here, and these were hanging around on my desk for at least three months. I have paired the holders with a couple of brake blocks from the Kool Stop inventory. There is some assembly required that need an Allen wrench to complete. Cost of shipping. (The two cards of blocks are $50 retail, so this is a deal). PM me Smiles, MH

Two pairs of brake block holders and the KS pads for them.
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Old 06-15-24, 05:39 PM
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Can I sign up for the pads?
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Old 06-15-24, 05:47 PM
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Well folks that was fast!
Wes, send shipping info via PM. Smiles, MH
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Old 06-17-24, 07:06 PM
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Thank you!

Very grateful, just what do I owe you??
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