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Old 10-27-10, 03:00 PM
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Anyone have a dishing tool that they don't need?

Have various Campy Super Record parts, 3TTT and Cinelli stems, etc.
I don't have a dishing tool, but I am looking for a very nice SR rear derailleur for an upcoming Olmo build; I do have lots of other stuff.
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Iso. Yellow turbo saddle, doesn't have to be perfect, email me pictures and I'll let you know if I can work with it.

Have. Lots of stuff. Campy tubular wheelsets, shimano 6200 group, saddles...
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Old 10-27-10, 06:03 PM
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ISO:

XTR cantilever brakes
1" threaded roller bearing / needle bearing headset.
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Old 10-27-10, 10:28 PM
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UNIVEGA Viva touring, ( unknown year) Located in SWFL, Center of crank to top tube is 23", Top tube to ground is 32", So i guess its a 58cm..

Better photos http://yfrog.com/j41004320jx

Looking for either the same exact bike in a smaller size or a Miyata 610 which is the same bike, Made by Miyata,

I am 5 foot 6 or 7, Between 66" and 67" inseam is 31", I think i need a 54cm road bike?

Bike rides smooth, Hurts my legs due to being so big.

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Alex, sorry for not replying to your PM. I'm super busy lately. All I have for you is that centerpull stop and that binder bolt. So, I guess not enough for a trade. Carry on, sir.
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Old 10-28-10, 03:04 PM
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Have:

- 4 pairs of look pedals
- Campagnolo Chorus ergopower 9speed
- Shimano 105 breaks and levers
- Shimano 105 shifters
- Campagnolo FD ( Chorus??)
- Shimano RSX Breaklevers
- Campagnolo nuovo record RD pat 75
- Campangolo nuovo record shifters
- Campagnolo nuovo record? FD
- Campangolo Chorus Crankset 172,5mm
- Cinelli Volare SLX
- Turbo Saddle from 1989
- Selle San Marco Rolls from 1987
- Campagnolo C-Record Delta Breaks













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- Campangolo C-Record 27,0mm Seatpost
- Campagnolo C-Record Levers
- Campagnolo C-Record Shifters
- Campagnolo Chorus Seatpost 27,0mm
- Campagnolo 8speed Cassette
- Campagnolo Chorus ergopower 8speed
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(edit: I looked, nothing in the right size for a comparable swap, but I'm going to keep an eye open. )

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^ Wow lots of quality parts up there.
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ISO:

700c clincher wheelset: sealed (cartridge) hubs, 120 or 126 freewheel rear
nutted sidepull brake calipers


have lots to trade, shoot me a PM!

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HAVE:
Cinelli 64 bars no groove, one size 38 and one size 40. Used, but with near perfect collars.

WANT:
64 or 66 bars, size 42 or 44, prefer groove but will accept non-groove. Collars need to be nice.
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Looking to build a lightweight commuter for my girlfriend. ISO:

-Small (around 50cm) aluminum road frame or complete bike. I prefer an old Cannondale but will consider anything. Rack/fender mounts a big plus
Found two!


Have:
  • - Shimano 600 Arabesque group (FD, RD, brake calipers, levers, DT shifters, Crank + BB). No brake hoods.
  • - Shimano 105 SLR aero levers, no hoods.
  • - Shimano 600 drilled brake levers, no hoods.
  • - Tubular wheelset - Mavic rims laced to DA 7400 hubs (rear needs new axle. No skewers)
  • - Specialized Rear Hub NOS - 32h, appears to be identical to Superbe Pro hub. No skewer
  • - Campy Nuovo Tip large flange hubs w/ skewers.
  • - Campy Veloce triple crankset, polished.
  • - Campy FD and RD from the 80's? Unidentified, nothing special though.
  • - Campy NR rear derailleur
  • - 700c Weinmann concave rims (planned to build into a wheelset with the Tipo hubs but never got around to it) Used but good shape.
  • - 2 sets of Crank Brothers pedals + 1 set of cleats.
  • - Time ATAC Clipless Pedals
  • - Beat up 9 speed Shimano STI shifters. 105 or Tiagra I'll have to check code as covers are gone. Never used them but they don't feel great to me.
  • - Beat up 8 speed 600 Tri color STI shifters
Lots of other stuff not quite worthy of the list: Stems, bars, cranks, brake levers...ask away

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ISO: Campy Centaur or better BB, English, 111mm (symmetrical)
Campy Veloce right (rear) Ergo
Campy Record CF left (front) Ergo
Shimano A520 pedals



Have: Cinelli 64-40 bars (no groove)
MKS ESQuartz pedals/clips
Campy Record CF 27.2 seat post
Campy Veloce left (front) Ergo
Campy Record CF right (rear) Ergo
Other stuff...
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ISO: A 27 inch wheel with a coaster brake.
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Want: Shimano FH-7700 32H rear hub.

Have: Various Shimano and Suntour bits, and etc.
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WANT:
Long straddle cable, for center-pull Weinmann type brake (mixte)

HAVE:
stuff, my eternal gratitude. I need to get this POS Peugeot out the door. Frickin' French.
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Really really need, a French sized (22.0 quill) Cinelli 1A stem of at least 120mm in length. Anything in the 120-130 range would probably work just fine.

Have:
lots of stuff
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Originally Posted by bigbossman View Post
HAVE:
Cinelli 64 bars no groove, one size 38 and one size 40. Used, but with near perfect collars.

WANT:
64 or 66 bars, size 42 or 44, prefer groove but will accept non-groove. Collars need to be nice.
Looks like the only thing on my 64-42's is adhesive....I'll get you pics...
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ISO: clamp-on cable stop, badly.

I'm building a bike that had the rear brake cable coming into a cable stop on the L side of the headset. 1993 model. The previous owner sold it to a friend of mine after part of that stop had been cut away or ground off for some reason, repaired, and painted. There was almost no way to tell that it wouldn't hold cable/housing, but it won't. My only option is to get a clamp-on cable stop, sand it down, paint it black, and mount it on the top tube right up against the head tube/top tube lug, which is squared off and it'll look OK. I can run the rear brake cable into the stop. It runs un-housed along the TT until the seat lug, where there is another cable stop that is fine.

PM me if you've got anything close. I may even be able to use a cable guide if I alter it to simply stop the housing from moving. I may be able to make a glue-on cable stop work, the little black ones...
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I've been keeping my eyes open for a complete Bianchi Centenario 52-54cm ctt for a while now. Any leads, PM me. I just want to find one before I croak.

I also am restoring a 1966 (?) Cilo whose paint was unceremoniously scraped off by the former owner. Need photo reference of the graphics and haven't had any luck so far. Thanks!
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Hunting for appropriate Nuovo Record components for my 74 International. What I currently have is a bare frame and fork, so I need EVERYTHING else.

Sacrificing a complete 73 Competition (54cm too small for me or I'd keep it), a little scruffy, but a great vintage rider. Currently disassembled, getting a thorough cleaning and greasing, getting the frame checked for alignment by Tom Kellog.

73 Grand Sports 54cm, frame and fork, a little crusty, would make a great rider, chrome is in good shape

various other parts, accessories, doodads, etc.... see previous posts or pm for more details

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Not trying to be the spelling police here or anything, but I see this mistake a lot. It is Nuovo Record, not Nuevo.

Also, I have a crapload of the parts you're looking for, but they're being used in a build. The stuff is easy enough to acquire, and people on this forum are very helpful. So, good luck!
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PM sent.

Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
ISO: clamp-on cable stop, badly.

I'm building a bike that had the rear brake cable coming into a cable stop on the L side of the headset. 1993 model. The previous owner sold it to a friend of mine after part of that stop had been cut away or ground off for some reason, repaired, and painted. There was almost no way to tell that it wouldn't hold cable/housing, but it won't. My only option is to get a clamp-on cable stop, sand it down, paint it black, and mount it on the top tube right up against the head tube/top tube lug, which is squared off and it'll look OK. I can run the rear brake cable into the stop. It runs un-housed along the TT until the seat lug, where there is another cable stop that is fine.

PM me if you've got anything close. I may even be able to use a cable guide if I alter it to simply stop the housing from moving. I may be able to make a glue-on cable stop work, the little black ones...
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Originally Posted by bigbossman View Post
WANT:
Long straddle cable, for center-pull Weinmann type brake (mixte)

HAVE:
stuff, my eternal gratitude. I need to get this POS Peugeot out the door. Frickin' French.

How long is long? I have at least one long one that I have no idea what to do with.
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Anyone have an 8/9/10 shimano freehub body?
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