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Old 03-11-13, 06:06 AM
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Have: Frecchia d'Oro plastic saddle from a 1971 Gitane TdF in okay shape--possibly the most uncomfortable saddle ever devised.
ISO: A somewhat vintage but more humane saddle.
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I have (3) sets of road pedals you might be interested in...condition varies. I've attached some pics.

Dura Ace (super clean...REALLY nice pedals)
Suntour Cyclone (w/MKS caps, a bit of wear on the tops)
MKS EsQuartz (super clean)

None of the straps are included, but I have the shown Cinellis (barely used) and a pair of NOS (but mounted) red Silvas.



Originally Posted by mikemowbz View Post
ISO: Nice track pedals with black cage plates, VG condition or better.

...or possibly road pedals with same, but without pronounced 'spike' a la Campy SL and copies (jabs my over-wide feet).

Could settle for MKS Sylvan track pedals in really nice shape, and potentially interested in higher-end contemporary equivalents, but ideal would be 1980s Suntour Superbe/Cyclone, Gipiemme, Ofmega (e.g. Ofmega Master), or similar track pedals.

...Suntour XC Pro with black cages would be very nice, too.

Going on a black Mercian w/Super Record, but I can't stomach the outlay for really nice Campy track examples, nor can I abide the spike on the cages of the original SL pedals (long gone in consideration for facilitation on the bike). Thus...

Have to trade: lots of stuff, just ask. PM or email.

NOS early Dura Ace chainrings?
105 (1050) pedals with (L) original resin toe clips?
Superbe Pro band-on (26.8) FD?
I think I have some NIB/NIP MKS AR2s somewhere, with the old-style chrome dustcaps not on the new ones.
Plenty more, lemme know what you need...
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Originally Posted by buldogge View Post
I have (3) sets of road pedals you might be interested in...condition varies. I've attached some pics.

Dura Ace (super clean...REALLY nice pedals)
Suntour Cyclone (w/MKS caps, a bit of wear on the tops)
MKS EsQuartz (super clean)

None of the straps are included, but I have the shown Cinellis (barely used) and a pair of NOS (but mounted) red Silvas.

Thanks for the response! PM sent re: Cyclone pedals.
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FT: victory hubs laced to mavic gp4 tubulars. Very nice hubs and little wear on sidewalls. cassette and tires included. Front seems fine but the rear is either bad or needs to be reglued. I've never dealt w/tubs and don't want to start.

ISO modern wheelset for a build for my 13yo son. I have a set of 10s campy shifters so campy hub would be great. However I'm not committed to any decisions yet so a nice pair of shimano compatible wheels will be considered.

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Originally Posted by gmouchawar View Post
You would think so. They have them but the chamfer is too short by 5mm from 2 LBS. They only have the size shown. I have spend more on gas going shopping for them than their worth.
Back in the day we stocked every cotter size in the catalogs and this was back in '84 when bikes still used cotters. Even then I still had to file them by hand to fit.

My advice....buy the proper diameter and file the chamfer as needed.
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ISO: Continental Mountain King, lightly used in great shape, no holes, 26x 2.4" tubeless

A bit modern for this crowd, I know
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I discovered that my femurs are unusually long.

ISO: Two Thomson Elite setback posts, both must be 27.2, at least one should be black as midnight on a moonless night.

Have: I have a non-setback Thomson post, and some other things.
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Originally Posted by lotekmod View Post
This might be a long shot but what the heck...

I have a Dura Ace 9 speed crankset, FC-7701, 170mm, 53/39, with both an English and Italian bottom bracket included. Good shape, chainrings are very good but the crank arm logos are gone from heel rub.

Looking to trade for a Dura Ace 8 speed FC-7402 crank, similar specs, similar condition, to match the rest of my 8 speed group. Hopefully with an Italian BB.

OK, I tried.

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ISO -

8 or 9 speed wheelset, clincher, 700c, 130mm rear hub spacing
It would be a miracle if you could come through with some Mavic heliums

Have -

36h Rigida 700c red labels laced to high flange Zeus hubs, clincher, true and spin well, 125mm spacing i believe
If you can get me some Heliums i will throw in some nice components
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Maybe a little off topic, but looking for a Rockshox fork crown from a Quadra 5 or Mag 21 like this:


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Have this frame I picked up without knowing the size. Its too big. Would like to trade for a 57-58 square frameset.

It is a Casati With Pantographed shifters and a record headset.
59.5 c-c seatube
60.5 c-c toptube
27.2 seatpost
Italian BB
Not sure on the tubing
All Internal cable routing including both shifter cables.
No dents or dings, some surface rust and paint chips, plenty of pics available.

Thanks,
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Originally Posted by junkfoodjunkie View Post
Have this frame I picked up without knowing the size. Its too big. Would like to trade for a 57-58 square frameset.

It is a Casati With Pantographed shifters and a record headset.
59.5 c-c seatube
60.5 c-c toptube
27.2 seatpost
Italian BB
Not sure on the tubing
All Internal cable routing including both shifter cables.
No dents or dings, some surface rust and paint chips, plenty of pics available.

Thanks,
Jake



Hi Jake,

That's a real beauty.

Love the details on Casatis, but unfortunately this one is slightly large for me.

I'm sure someone here could use and enjoy this great find though.
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Originally Posted by gomango View Post
Hi Jake,

That's a real beauty.

Love the details on Casatis, but unfortunately this one is slightly large for me.

I'm sure someone here could use and enjoy this great find though.
All I had to go on was the seat tube measurement. I was thinking it would be around 58, I was not expecting it to be that long.
I have long arms, but not that long.

I am a fan of the color and the decals really pop. I knew you had some experience with Casatis. This one does not have a model name or anything.
I thought it might be custom, with the strange geo and all.

Jake
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Hey Jake...Hope all is well...long time no "see". You know you can ride this thing...zero offset post and a 90mm stem and you're good to go!

Good luck with a trade...post it up on the Paceline as well...can't hurt!

Originally Posted by junkfoodjunkie View Post
All I had to go on was the seat tube measurement. I was thinking it would be around 58, I was not expecting it to be that long.
I have long arms, but not that long.

I am a fan of the color and the decals really pop. I knew you had some experience with Casatis. This one does not have a model name or anything.
I thought it might be custom, with the strange geo and all.

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That HTA looks stee-eep.
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Originally Posted by ColonelJLloyd View Post
That HTA looks stee-eep.
I think some of that may be the pic, I thought the same thing when I saw the pic. It does not look quite as steep looking at the frame in person.
My cheap camera kind of fisheyes things a bit.

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Hey Jake...Hope all is well...long time no "see". You know you can ride this thing...zero offset post and a 90mm stem and you're good to go!

Good luck with a trade...post it up on the Paceline as well...can't hurt!
Life has been good, just a lot of changes. Still riding as much as possible just have not been on the forums as much.
It came with a 90mm Cinelli so I think someone else had been taking your advice.

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The frame would fit me. Do you have some 'wants' as far as frames?

Originally Posted by junkfoodjunkie View Post
Have this frame I picked up without knowing the size. Its too big. Would like to trade for a 57-58 square frameset.

It is a Casati With Pantographed shifters and a record headset.
59.5 c-c seatube
60.5 c-c toptube
27.2 seatpost
Italian BB
Not sure on the tubing
All Internal cable routing including both shifter cables.
No dents or dings, some surface rust and paint chips, plenty of pics available.

Thanks,
Jake



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Anyone have a Trek labeled BB cable guide? My walked away during a tear down.. A plain one will work too it is going on a Trek
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Originally Posted by junkfoodjunkie View Post
I think some of that may be the pic, I thought the same thing when I saw the pic. It does not look quite as steep looking at the frame in person.
My cheap camera kind of fisheyes things a bit.

Life has been good, just a lot of changes. Still riding as much as possible just have not been on the forums as much.
It came with a 90mm Cinelli so I think someone else had been taking your advice.

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ISO:

8 or 9 speed Dura-ace 28.6mm clamp front derailleur.

Have:
A few things, what do you need?
a few small pieces of campy (like parts of parts, what are you look for?)
Campy record 32h front hub.
some odd campy skewers.
campy rear track hub with zeus axle (don''t know why?) and missing track nuts i think... have to check that one
some zero off-set 27.2mm posts and some very little offset 27.2 posts...
a few chainrings... a set of campy 39/53 8 or 9 speeds
a set of shimano 39/53 8 or 9 speeds...
some 120mm 31.8 threadless 1-1/8" stems I think I have a plane black unmarked one..
A stubby SR 1" quill stem with lots of extension.
a set of cosmetically rough 2x8speed sora shifters
an ugly 175mm compact crank, black square taper.
some other stuff... try me
oh a steel gran sport rear derailleur with replaced pulleys.
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i'm shipping my '83 nishiki down to my buddy in west houston and he would like a vintage blackburn silver colored rear rack that mounts via the brake bolt. if you have one you could send (or if you're in the houston area), please email me. we can work something out for trade or whatever.

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ISO:
  • Matched set of clincher rims to be vaguely period correct (+/- 4 years) for my NOS 1982 Jack Taylor Tour of Britain. NOS not necessary but must be very nice with minimal wear. Prefer 36h, polished, but will consider various anodized versions and will also consider 32h. Hoping to find a matched set with minimal wear. I'm thinking MAVIC MA2, MA4; Super Champion/Wolber 58, etc... Complete wheelset considered as well.
  • 27.0 seatpost, Campy or something French

HAVE:
  • Campagnolo Super Record short reach (60mm max) brakes, nutted, original pads/shoes, MINT
  • Campagnolo Super Record low-flange hubset, 100/126, British threaded, with skewers, MINT
  • MAFAC Criterium cantilever brakes, set of four, NOS
  • Spidel/Simplex SLJ 4164 seat post, 26.4, NOS
  • TA bottom bracket spindle (ref:344), 114.5mm, NOS
  • "Speedic" Professional saddle (Brooks Pro knockoff), MINT
  • Shimano 600 rear hub, threaded, 126mm spacing
  • Cinelli 1A stem, oval logo, 22.2/26.4,130mm, MINT
  • Bluemels Club Special fenders, blue, NOS
  • Bluemels Club Special fenders, red, NOS
  • Nitto Noodle bars, 44cm, exc cond
  • Grand Bois parallel Maes bars, 41cm, new
  • Huret Jubilee front derailleur, exc cond
  • Stronglight Competition headset, French, exc cond
  • MAFAC Competition brake levers, brown gum hoods in good shape
  • Sugino Super Maxy crankset, 171mm, 52/40T rings, exc cond
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FT: Schwinn Varsity saddle with post and clamp. looking for bmx parts or make offer.





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ISO: Campy high-flange hubs laced to good clincher rims. Or maybe just hubs and/or rims...could be time to start wheelbuilding. (TRADE FOR HUBS PENDING...WILL NEED RIMS)
Late Suntour Superbe Pro hubs with good period clincher rims (MA-2, 3, 40, etc)
Suntour RD sealed-bearing jockey wheels

Have: Suntour GPX hubs laced to Araya Super-hard rims, good condition
Superbe Pro hubs laced to Araya Aero 1 rims, EC
Campy record low flange hubs laced to Mavic Open Sports, 32h both, well used but sound condition.
Older Brooks Pro, two of them, one rough, one very nice, faded brown, large rivets
(IDEALE 90 TRADE PENDING)
Mavic 'Racer' brakes, complete, levers with intact half-hoods
Simplex mixed set with SX-410 RD
Miche Competition hubs (laced to 27" rims now)
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ISO: Campy high-flange hubs laced to good clincher rims. Or maybe just hubs and/or rims...could be time to start wheelbuilding.
Late Suntour Superbe Pro hubs with good period clincher rims (MA-2, 3, 40, etc)
Suntour RD sealed-bearing jockey wheels

Have: Suntour GPX hubs laced to Araya Super-hard rims, good condition
Superbe Pro hubs laced to Araya Aero 1 rims, EC
Campy record low flange hubs laced to Mavic Open Sports, 32h both, well used but sound condition.
Ideale 90, kind of hard but leather is in fine shape
Older Brooks Pro, two of them, one rough, one very nice, faded brown, large rivets
Mavic 'Racer' brakes, complete, levers with intact half-hoods
Simplex mixed set with SX-410 RD
Miche Competition hubs (laced to 27" rims now)
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