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eBay / CraigsList finds - "Are you looking for one of these!?" Part II

Old 04-19-22, 10:04 PM
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Originally Posted by merziac
Pretty sure those aren't 40 spoke, 38 maybe but I get 36 with tired old eyes. Even if they were 40, the chances of them being still good and serviceable all the way around are usually slim to none.
They're 36s (can a 38 even exist? How would it lace?). Rear appears to be a high-flange 4-cross.
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Old 04-20-22, 12:42 AM
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Originally Posted by madpogue
They're 36s (can a 38 even exist? How would it lace?). Rear appears to be a high-flange 4-cross.
Well, they are a thing, wasn't really sure if or how I knew that and not really much of a thing but a thing.

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Originally Posted by Clang

RIGI BICI CORTA frame - $25 (Wheaton, MD)

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Holy crap! $25??!!
That is a great deal on a rare unusual frame unfortunately it needs an even rarer proprietary front derailleur. If the seller doesn’t have that is a 6spd
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Originally Posted by merziac
Pretty sure those aren't 40 spoke, 38 maybe but I get 36 with tired old eyes. Even if they were 40, the chances of them being still good and serviceable all the way around are usually slim to none.

"Good" rims back then were often anything but, and time is never kind to them.

And yes, I'm glad its not close to me either, also just realized the cranks look to still have the backside pedal eye inserts, pita to be sure but an added extra one none the less.
I spoke to the seller last summer but my interest faded when he said they were 36 hole 27" wheels, likely with galvanized spokes. I'm sure he'd be open to offers.
This is the same seller that has the Univega Mixte in post 67702
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Mercier for $25?

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Man's English Racer
My roommate graduated and left this. For a taller guy. The tires look older and may need air in and maybe some oiling. Overall nice condition.
I would prefer to meet in the Target parking lot.

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Old 04-20-22, 07:26 AM
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Originally Posted by WGB
I want a 40 hole wheelset to replace the 36s on my touring build.
That rear wheel likely has an Atom drum brake and is 36 hole, standard French tandem kit for the era. Note the double cable on the RH lever and the standard single on the left; one of those cables is for the drum.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Well, they are a thing, wasn't really sure if or how I knew that and not really much of a thing but a thing.

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36 spokes in that wheel
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Trek 300 Elance 1986

I didn't know the 300 series had Elance variants, in this case triple-butted Ishiwata (seller calls it "aluminum") tubing and a Sella Italia saddle.
I like this lightly-used one at $225.




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listing is down - where is he in NY, in case I can help?


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I’m going after the Raleigh Pro. I reached out to seller and he is communicating. Trying to see if he’s willing to pack or drop off at bike shop. If anyone around these parts, and willing to help in any way, or advise on a shop that can pack, please let me know.
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Serotta CSI 55cm Road Bike full Ultegra group-set
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Ready to Ride, all tuned up Serotta CSI road bike, Colorado steel Serotta c4s light steel frame with FI carbon fork. Made in the USA. Complete Ultegra groups set. 3x9 intergraded shifter 6510 ultegra 3x9. With tripe ring Crankset 170 crank arm length. With 52/42/30 ring count. 9 speed cassette and chain with plenty of life. Long cage rear derailleur and triple front dérailleur all ultegra.

Wheel set is Ultegra with Mavic rims. Wheels have been re packed and ture. 700c x23c tires are in great shapebut you could get 28c on the frame. Brake pad have plenty of life and work great. Deda stem and handle bars with campagnolo 1” threadless headset. Blue robe platform pedals. Thomson 27.2 seatpost. Specialized saddle. Frame size: Seat tube: 55cm center to center Top tube 56cm center to center Ground to top tube 82cm Could fit someone who is 5’-5” to 6’-0” in height.

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1999 TREK Y FOIL 77 Road Bike
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1999 TREK Y FOIL 77 Road Bike in the classic blue finish with eye popping decal colors. This bike has an Ultegra crank, front derailleur, brakes, shifters and brake controls. Rear derailleur is a Dura-ace and 9 speed cluster. Trek Race Lite wheels and hubs, saddle, stem and seat post. Shimano Flight Deck. Bontrager bottle mount and tires. This is a beautiful and uniquely rare bike it great condition.
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Originally Posted by 52telecaster
36 spokes in that wheel
DOH!

Ok, ef me.
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Originally Posted by merziac
DOH!

Ok, ef me.
Hey I'm lucky to count my toes right.
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there are no $50 Konas where I live

Kona Caldera - $50 (Olympia, WA)


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Motobecane - $100 (Everett, WA)


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Nishiki International - $100 (Silvana, WA)


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Centurion Ironman - $140 (Modesto, CA)


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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
That is a great deal on a rare unusual frame unfortunately it needs an even rarer proprietary front derailleur. If the seller doesn’t have that is a 6spd
One would want to be cautious in selecting a fork, too. The wheelbase on the Rigi is insanely short, so getting something up front with the correct amount of trail would be a good thing.

My understanding is you could do a u-turn on a Rigi just by sneezing too hard

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Poorly written ad that only gives a range of prices

GT Karakoram & GT Tequesta - $20 to $140 (San Diego, CA)

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Get yellow derailed is broke
The black gt need a derailed adjustment
Bunch of janky bike I am letting go for almost nothin
The blue one is working the best and will cost something
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Diamondback Apex - $70 (Glendale, CA)

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Univega Alpina Uno - $100 (Vallejo, CA)

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Specialized Rockhopper A1 - $50 (San Rafael, CA)

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1994 Cannondale M600 - $80 (Concord, CA)

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Cannondale - $75 (Boulder Creek, CA)

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Sorry forgot to take pics,

Anyone looking for Suntour 7spd Index freewheels, I found a couple at my local co-op that I should be able to go back for...
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