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Old 04-17-12, 08:02 AM
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Avid 15C Center-Pull Cantilevers w/Kool-Stop Pads (Still have some life)
Threadless Stem Adapter for 1 1/8" Threaded Fork - Unused w/Marks from Storage
Kool-Stop Salmon Cartridge Pads - NIB - 2 Packs (4 Pads)
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(SPOKEN FOR) Shimano HG50 Chain - NIB

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Pretty open... Frame bag, rear rack, Camelbak Bottles, 700x23/25 tires, etc... If you have something you think I may be able to use, make an offer.




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Old 04-17-12, 08:26 AM
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- Sugino Mighty Tour LH crankarm in 171mm length.
Are those the ones with the little S-Crown logo-thingy, or the ones that have "Mighty Tour" cast into them??
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Originally Posted by balindamood View Post
Are those the ones with the little S-Crown logo-thingy, or the ones that have "Mighty Tour" cast into them??
Yes, that's the ones. That is, they have the little S-crown logo-thingy on the outside, near the center, and "Mighty Tour" on the inside. Oldskoolwrench wants a 6 3/4" one, and I want a 6 1/2" one. I'd be happy with a Mighty Tour or Might road or track, makes no difference on the left side. I'll even trade a 175 mm Campy NR.

What is it with left side crank arms, anyway? Do people bugger the pedal threads or something?
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Still ISO a few Superbe Pro parts:

BB for a double crank (english threads)
170mm Crank
Aero Brake Levers

Looking for decent condition (NOT NOS, etc.) parts. Resonable pricing.

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Old 04-17-12, 09:19 AM
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Originally Posted by rhm View Post
Yes, that's the ones. That is, they have the little S-crown logo-thingy on the outside, near the center, and "Mighty Tour" on the inside. Oldskoolwrench wants a 6 3/4" one, and I want a 6 1/2" one. I'd be happy with a Mighty Tour or Might road or track, makes no difference on the left side. I'll even trade a 175 mm Campy NR.

What is it with left side crank arms, anyway? Do people bugger the pedal threads or something?
Thousands of years from now, the archaeologists digging up the remains of my house and garage will probably find, in all of the junk and debris,
my Mighty Tour LH crank with a KKT Pro Vic quill pedal attached to it, just like the RH side!!

I... CAN'T.... FIND IT!!

lol

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Old 04-17-12, 09:21 AM
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Originally Posted by oldskoolwrench View Post
Thousands of years from now, the archaeologists digging up the remains of my house and garage will probably find, in all of the junk and debris,
my Mighty Tour LH crank with a KKT Pro Vic quill pedal attached to it, just like the RH side!!

I... CAN'T.... FIND IT!!

lol

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Yeah, I know how that goes. Well, if you find a 165, send it to me!
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ISO: Cook Bros, Kooka, XTR, XT mountain triple crankset (and BB if you have it) for a Bontrager Race lite project. Crank arm length about a 175, but I know some of those companies used different length standards.

Disc wheelset 26"

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7 speed lx hubs (black) laced to Mavic M400 silver rims with Panaracer Smoke and Dart tires. All are lightly used in good condition. Tires are not rotting, but are obviously not as supple as they used to be.

Nitto moustache bars in 25.4 clamp

Sakae sx 170 length, with 46/36 rings and un72 crankset

Chris King 1 1/8 threadless headset in green

Shimano 8 speed bar end shifters

1" threaded steerer Quadra 21r with a black crown, off a Bontrager Privateer

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ISO: 1" 700C threadless carbon fork that can fit a 650B x 38mm tire OR a super long lugged threaded steel fork that came off a 60cm sport tourer (so I can run threadless).

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Originally Posted by Puget Pounder View Post
ISO: 1" threadless carbon fork that can fit a 650B x 38mm tire.
What is that for?
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What is that for?
A 650B conversion for my Rodriguez. Current Carbon fork doesn't have enough clearance for a 38mm CLDV.
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I need a long arm Universal sidepull caliper labeled "Universal Extra" for the rear on an old Girardengo.

Lots of vintage European for trade.
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I am looking for old racing numbers that would have hung from a braze-on underneath the top tube. Does anyone have these or know where I can find some? In old photos they look like they would have been made from plastic or maybe laminated paper.

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In search of the nuts/bolts to rebuild brakes like these (actually 1987 Campy Athena group brakes). I'm so new, I don't even know what to ask for. If you don't have it, what are the chances you could tell me where you think they might be found. And remember, we were all newbies once. :-)

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ISO. a fork for an early to mid 70's Mondia Special. has a Nervex looking crown, Campagnolo drop outs and would be Reynolds 531 tubing... 7 3/8" of steer tube would be perfect, but needs to be at least that much


Have. well no forks to trade but plenty of other stuff, components etc
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Not C&V, and a longshot in any case, but I
Have: Campagnolo Record 2008 QS FD, for 10/9s double & CT, BNIB, 32mm clamp
Need: same in 35mm clamp.

I just bought this on clearance at an LBS, and it ended up the box was mislabled. They would refund me, but I can't get a 35mm at the same price. So I'm trying it out here.
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Originally Posted by RobE30 View Post
Iso Technomic stem 100-110

Have Technomic stem 80
I believe I have one of these and it would be a 100mm. It was mounted up and used for a very short time on a frame that was too small for my wife. I'll PM you soon...
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Was someone looking for a Univega touring frame in 58 that was canti-friendly? I could have sworn so. Anyway, I saw one (allegedly- no decals) locally. Don't know a thing about it, but I thought I'd throw it out there.
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In Search Of:

Rear Weinmann 610/999 Caliper Brake. I'd like for it match the one in this photo:



(red label and plastic components).
The ones currently on ebay don't match my criteria or are too expensive. I suppose a front brake will work too, as I have the rear mounting bolt.
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ISO
Dura Ace, Double, Fd-7700, Front Derailleur, 28.6mm clamp - not scuffed nice cage

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Dura Ace, Double, Fd-7700, Front Derailleur, 31.8mm clamp - not scuffed nice cage
Shimano 600 brake calipers
Shimano 600 leavers - no hoods
100mm 3TTT 1 Inch Road Bike Quill Stem 25.6mm silver

glad to send pix
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Iso. Campagnolo pista/track pedals, preferably chrome cages, but would go for later black cage version

Have. Campagnolo Record pedals in excellent condition, early NR type with chrome cages and later SR type with black cages. And plenty more stuff
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I'm looking for a three speed freewheel. Alternately I'd be interested in a four speed freewheel.
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ISO: (1) Conical nut to fit ca. 1984 Campagnolo Super Record brake calipers
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Suntour Cogs

ISO: Suntour Pro-Compe compatible cogs

I just acquired an old Azuki Imperial, with a Suntour Pro-Compe freewheel with 14-28 cogs. Without breaking the bank, I want to find some cogs a bit smaller and larger; perhaps a 13T and a 30T. I think either Winner or Perfect cogs may work.
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I really want to buy a Raleigh International. Must be in good shape. Preferably a gold one from 73 or 74. Good shape 23 1/2 to 24 in tall.
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ISO: Campy Record Rear clincher Wheel, LF Hub. with MA40 rim if at all possible. Doesn't have to be in great condition, just rideable.
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