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Old 08-27-15, 10:51 PM
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ISO Shimano BR-M739 Brake Tune-Up Kit, this is a bunch of little shims in a baggie to get the slop out of XT V-brakes. OR just a good description of what was in it, and/or the instruction sheet.

Edit: found instructions, thank you Google Image Search

I took a bunch of stuff to the co-op a couple weeks ago so I'm short on trades.
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Old 12-18-15, 10:53 AM
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Have:
(1) Chrome Chekov bag used once
(1) Banjo Bros Waterproof Saddle Trunk Bag used twice
(1) Banjo Bros Grocery Pannier NIB with tags
(1) older Jandd rear rack (fits 26in wheels)
(1) set of Planet Bike Hardcore Hybrid fenders (needs mounting bolts)

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Old 01-26-16, 08:46 PM
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For trade:
Paul Racer brakes, silver, one has never been mounted, the other has abut a hundred miles on it, I thought the reach would be good for me 27"->700c conversion, but they are just barely too long.

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Paul Racer M brakes black or silver, new or used as long as they are in good shape.
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Old 10-14-16, 06:41 PM
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For Trade:
Honest Tea skateboard/longboard, new in bag (won at parkandpedal.org event)
See link to my flickr album with some photos of the board.

It's a promotional, Honest Tea, Atom 27", has upturned tail, slight upturned nose, woodgrain finish bottom, nonskid deck, slightly concave top (side edges are higher than the middle)

It looks to be the 'Atom mini kicktail cruiser', retailing for about $80. If so, then it's a 'full maple laminate'.

Looking for: front/rear lights, preferably rechargeable, front bright enough for unlit MUP , weather resistant pannier that's easy to detach and carry.

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Old 02-13-17, 05:47 PM
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Have sturmey archer 3 speed aw hub and a 3 speed coaster brake hub. Want aluminum north road style bars.
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Old 02-13-17, 05:50 PM
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Also have several Blackburn rear racks and a soma mini,front similar to old Blackburn. Still want aluminum north road bars.
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Old 02-14-17, 11:41 AM
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Also have several Blackburn rear racks and a soma mini,front similar to old Blackburn. Still want aluminum north road bars.
Please -*email*- me at the address below. I have your bars.
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Originally Posted by 52telecaster View Post
Have sturmey archer 3 speed aw hub and a 3 speed coaster brake hub. Want aluminum north road style bars.
I DON'T have north road bars...but I kinda want to build a wheel around a 3 speed hub if you still have one.
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Old 06-21-17, 09:19 AM
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For free:

My old drops as seen in this thread.

PM me if you want them otherwise I'll give them to a local bike shop, if they want them. I'm in the UK and could ship them if it's cheap or hand them to you as I pass through London and Cambridge quite often.


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Old 08-24-17, 03:14 AM
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the bars have been recycled ... sorry dudes.
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I have a Brooks C15 in black and a C17s in slate. I am looking to try a Gilles Berthoud saddle or a Brooks Swallow.
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I have a Brooks C15 in black and a C17s in slate. I am looking to try a Gilles Berthoud saddle or a Brooks Swallow.
I've got a used Berthoud saddle that's probably swallow equivalent. Can't recall the model but it seems a little on the narrow side. Ti or stainless rails, hard to tell.
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I've got a used Berthoud saddle that's probably swallow equivalent. Can't recall the model but it seems a little on the narrow side. Ti or stainless rails, hard to tell.
Excellent, do you mind me asking what color it is? I forgot to mention that I'd prefer black. Also, which cambium saddle were you interested in?
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Excellent, do you mind me asking what color it is? I forgot to mention that I'd prefer black. Also, which cambium saddle were you interested in?
It's brown for sure, although I'd have to go dig it out and look at it to remember the specific shade. I do recall it has some visible wear to the surface though.

Figured I'd offer it, but honestly not super interested in anything Brooks. Unless you happen to have an older Flyer model with the lighter chrome springs. One without the reinforcing parts added to the frame and actually works for someone under 200lbs.

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Originally Posted by wesmamyke View Post
It's brown for sure, although I'd have to go dig it out and look at it to remember the specific shade. I do recall it has some visible wear to the surface though.

Figured I'd offer it, but honestly not super interested in anything Brooks. Unless you happen to have an older Flyer model with the lighter chrome springs. One without the reinforcing parts added to the frame and actually works for someone under 200lbs.
Okay, thanks. I don't have a Flyer, unfortunately!
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Cinelli Stem for shorter stem

I have a Cinelli quill stem for threaded headset, it has a Columbus logo on top. CrMo. 140mm "length", 70mm from top to minimum insertion line. Made in Italy.

Looking to trade for something shorter, aluminum or CrMo.
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Giant MTB Wheel Set, MK3 Mud Guards, Vintage Parts

For Trade:
MK3 Mud Guards - brand new in box, never opened. Didn’t realize they won’t fit my 27” wheels.
Giant S-XC2 29er aluminum rims, bought second hand, in great condition.
I also have some various vintage parts as well. Rim brakes, mirror, front and rear derailleurs.

ISO:
Clip-on aero bars
SPD Pedals
Aero saddle with titanium rails.

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