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Old 12-12-12, 07:37 AM
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Originally Posted by visigoth View Post
IN SEARCH OF: a seatpost binder bolt for a 1998 Bianchi Eros. The bike is this precise model:

http://www.bikepedia.com/quickbike/B...Eros&Type=bike

Another tiny part I could use (this is silly, but I live in Mexico, where these are hard to find), is an SPD cleat bolt. Would rather buy both of these than trade something for them -- I could send Paypal, and you could just pop them in an envelope.

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FOR TRADE: Shimano SD66 SPD Sandals, in size 45-46. These are very lightly used -- they're just slightly too big for me. I'm a size 10.5 American, and these really are more appropriate to an 11 or 12. (It's an inexact science, fitting these things. To put it mildly.) Would trade for slightly smaller footgear -- ideally SPD sandals. If it means switching systems over, I'd also trade pedals: I have Shimano PD-M324 dual-sided pedals (SPD on one side, platform on the other) -- also very lightly used.
Please do not make any cash offers on this thread, this is for trades only and they don't like the talk/reference of any cash dealings. Do you have a picture of the seat bolt you need, unless someone has the same bike it would be hard to know what the bolt is without some kind of reference, picture & measurements of the seat stay?

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Originally Posted by b dub View Post
I tried the pin and sleeve from my Cane Creek lever and it actually fits. But it's a bit loose and I'm not certain it will stay in. Wow, they really copied Campy's design.

The thing I keep thinking is that I always read that Shimano levers cannot be rebuild and Campy's can. Well, that is no good if you cannot get the parts to keep them going.
Can you get parts for Shimano?

You might try Peter at Vecchios in CO. You can reach him on thepaceline, username oldpotatoe.
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Actually the ISO portion is open to cash offers, just don't be too blatant about it.
any further correspondence detailing price etc. should be done via PM.

and while we're at it I could use a campy Super Record Italian threaded Headset.
Needn't be NOS but races in good shape.

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Originally Posted by b dub View Post
I tried the pin and sleeve from my Cane Creek lever and it actually fits. But it's a bit loose and I'm not certain it will stay in. Wow, they really copied Campy's design.

The thing I keep thinking is that I always read that Shimano levers cannot be rebuild and Campy's can. Well, that is no good if you cannot get the parts to keep them going.
I'd keep an active eBay search on for 9-sp Campagnolo shifters, one with "parts" specified and one without. You'd get notified when/if something came available. There are tons of Campy ergo parts floating around, you just need to find the person who has them...... I've used a short piece of derailleur housing with the black ends on it, and forgot it was in there, never had a problem. It's just the QR pin, anyway, and how often do you use the QRs?
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Originally Posted by lotek View Post
I could use a campy Super Record Italian threaded Headset.
Needn't be NOS but races in good shape.
English thread is compatible and should be much easier to find.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
I'd keep an active eBay search on for 9-sp Campagnolo shifters, one with "parts" specified and one without. You'd get notified when/if something came available. There are tons of Campy ergo parts floating around, you just need to find the person who has them...... I've used a short piece of derailleur housing with the black ends on it, and forgot it was in there, never had a problem. It's just the QR pin, anyway, and how often do you use the QRs?
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Originally Posted by Glennfordx4 View Post
Please do not make any cash offers on this thread, this is for trades only and they don't like the talk/reference of any cash dealings. Do you have a picture of the seat bolt you need, unless someone has the same bike it would be hard to know what the bolt is without some kind of reference, picture & measurements of the seat stay?

Right. Sorry about the crass capitalism. I don't have a picture of the bolt, I'm afraid -- the original broke, and I've kludged together a quick release. (Which works, but it's a monster.) Were these not at all standardized?
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ISO: Front & Rear Shimano Deore lx or dx triple derailleurs and triple crankset with 175 arms for my mountain bike. (need BB size for crankset)

Have: Shimano FD 4503 Tiagra Front Derailleur, Road Triple 31.8 mm.

SR 26.8 seatpost with quick release for sliding the saddle front or back.

SR MTS 100 slingshot stem, excellent condition, 22.2mm quill size / 22.2mm bar clamps
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Need a Suntour 25-tooth cog

Does anyone have a 25-tooth Suntour Perfect cog in good shape that they're not using? My trade goods are sort of depleted these days but we can probably work something out.
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Iso: campy d/t cable guide with a housing cable stop for the front derailleur


Have: new campy cable guide without the stop
And some other stuff. Thanks
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A BNIBag (well, I've opened it) set of ALE toe clips size L
A set of Christophe toe clips, [I'm assuming] OE on my '72 Frejus but still in reasonable shape for 40 y/o used clips, also appear size L.

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to swap these for something bigger - I guess XL, (or LL) - whatever fits a size 12 (46) shoe. Would like period Christophe for the Christophe, the ALE's I'm not sure of the production date.


Oh, the tribulations of getting my first real set of "vintage style" shoes and cleats.

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I have a strong suspicion I need a 115 mm JIS taper spindle. Anyone? I have lots of stuff to trade. Really, lots and lots. Try me.
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ISO: Campy C-Record or similar seat post. Excellent condition. PM me if you have one. Lots of stuff to trade for it (or $)

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ISO: Crankbrother Eggbeaters (doesn't have to be the lightest or newest version but not the cheaply once, I have cleats)

Have: see for sale section here and here.
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ISO: 1" threaded mtb bike fork with 22cm steerer, not suspension corrected. Prefer cro-moly. It's for a 21.5" '89 Specialized Rockhopper. And I cant find any new for sale.

I've got lots of parts, some vintage: including a new, unused Dimensions cro-moly 1" threaded mtb fork with a 20 cm steerer, that's nice, but too short for me. Also Campagnolo 980 rear derailleur, Alivio rear derailleur with big jockey wheel, other stuff.
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Updating My current ISO list:
> Nervar Star BB spindle, or other ISO ~ 115mm spindle for a 68mm BB.
> (Maybe found) Decent silver ~115 - 120mm stem, 22.2 / 25.4. 3ttt, or nicer SR would be fine.
> Campy NR/SR 27.0 seatpost
> 1st gen Ergo hoods, or just the right one
> 175mm Left side Avocet road crank arm.
> 700c Mavic MA3 rim, dark grey, 32 or 36h.
> Single Campy NR rear derailluer jockey bolt.
> Suntour Vx RD mounting bolt
> 100 bcd chain ring for Campy NR triple, and mounting bolts, (long-shot, I know)
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I have a strong suspicion I need a 115 mm JIS taper spindle. Anyone? I have lots of stuff to trade. Really, lots and lots. Try me.
If it doesn't need to be a particular vintage or brand, a new 3L axle (32-52-32) should do the job: http://www.amazon.com/Pyramid-Bottom.../dp/B000BMT33C

I know Harris decided not to carry spindles any more due to quality concerns, but I haven't has any problems with the new ones so far.
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still looking for a campy valentino or gran sport rear derailleur with an axle hanger.i have stuff for trade. pm me and we can work something out. thanks..
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VGC campagnolo 25.0 Corsa-record seatpost

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VGC XTR (m900) 27.2 seatpost
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Dia-Compe NGC982 brake caliper
Suntour XC front and rear derailleurs
Suntour XC Power brake levers
Mavic 500 quick release skewer nut
Black Deore XT rear U-brake
Black Dia-Compe 990 U-brake
Newer black and silver rear U-brakes (1 each)
Dirt drop (MTB riser) style stems - 22.2 quill - Nitto, Specialized, Sakae, Salsa, etc.
Dirt drop (offroad drop bar) style handlebars - 25.4 or 26.0 clamp - Specialized, WTB, Salsa, etc.
WTB drop bar shifter mounts
LD style stem
Nitto 2-piece Bullmoose handlebar
26" BMX cruiser style fork - CrMo preferred but not completely necessary
26" biplane fork w/ or w/o cantilever mounts
Camelback double top-tube men's frame (prewar-70's)
Japanese leather saddle (think Kashima or Belt)

Have:
Tons of stuffs. Let me know.

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ISO:

1) TA crank puller.

2) Cottered Magistroni crank set for a 50s Bianchi. In a perfect world, they'd be branded as Bianchi cranks, but I'm certainly happy with Magistroni branded cranks. I have plenty to offer in exchange.

Thanks!

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Today, I found out I need a 127.5 UN-55 cartridge BB (with the aluminum cups). I have a new UN-55 in 123 (installed to test chainline, never ridden) to trade. Other stuff is here. PM me if you've got one laying around, and you'd like to have a BB that'll work for a double. Thanks!
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Want: Campy Omega Strada V (Aero)? Hardox clincher rim, 32h (or maybe 28h), Campy 8sp stuff

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ISO: Front & Rear Shimano Deore lx or dx triple derailleurs and triple crankset with 175 arms for my mountain bike. (need BB size for crankset)

Have: Shimano FD 4503 Tiagra Front Derailleur, Road Triple 31.8 mm.

SR 26.8 seatpost with quick release for sliding the saddle front or back.

SR MTS 100 slingshot stem, excellent condition, 22.2mm quill size / 22.2mm bar clamps
PM/email sent.
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