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Old 09-12-06, 05:07 PM
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Have:

--Dura Ace track crank, 165/144, octalink

--Dura Ace bottom bracket, octalink

--Selle Italia Turbo in white

--2k4 Bianchi Pista seat post

--Hundreds and hundreds of records, on the offchance you're looking for a particular piece of rare vinyl...

--Huge box of random parts (if we need to balance a trade and you're looking for something particular)

Need:

--Campagnolo record crankset. 165mm/144bcd. The newer the better.. don't want the older angular version.

--Campagnolo seat post, aero version - Chorus I think? Or record fluted.

--Track stem - short (less than 100mm), and not too steep. Pref chrome.

--Track drops. Don't care what era really as long as they have nice curves.

--Bottom bracket tool

--Always interested in anything pantographed/branded Colnago - track or road.

PM me for trades. I live in SF.
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have: 165mm suntour superbe pro track cranks, NJS stamped bling


want: 165mm campy c-record track cranks (with shield logo).

anybody going from an italian frame to njs???

(sorry its so big, i have no idea how to resize this!)
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Have:
1. Shimano 18T freewheel with less than 5 miles on it
2. Unopened 60ml of Finish Line Cross Country synthetic lube
3. 40 yards of new black wrap - this the wrap that messengers wrap their frames with - protects the frame better than electrical tape and comes off clean unlike tape
4. MaxChill / WindChill water bottle - never used, still has sticker and tag. Red color. MaxChill site: https://www.maxchill.com/Home.html
5. Specialized Avatar 143mm saddle, black, new [SOLD]
6. Mammoth Comp Mountain Pump, includes mounting bracket
7. ITM Forged Lite Luxe stem, 100mm with 10* rise. Fits oversized bars and 1 1/8" fork steerers (or 1" steerer using a shim)
8. IRO Mark V fork - I'm not going to sell this until I pick up a carbon fork, which may take a while, but if you're interested, let me know.
9. Cannondale Terra pants, mens size S, excellent condition, converts to shorts by zipping off legs. Fits over cycling shorts.
10. Performance Hang 1 Bike Hanger (https://www.performancebike.com/shop/...slisearch=true) and Delta Da Vinci Tire Tray (https://www.performancebike.com/shop/...lisearch=true), both new in box
11. Book Caddy - use it to hold book or magazine while on your trainer

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1. 20T freewheel
2. Small saddlebag with light attachment area (like the Topeak small aero wedge)
3. Sprintech bar-end mirrors
4. Speedplay grease gun
5. 90mm stem with at least 10* rise, regular or oversized
6. Road pump with bottle cage or frame attachment

Send PM if interested, as I don't subscribe to this thread. Can send pics if desired. I'm located in Manhattan, but can ship stuff if necessary.

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Have:
Nashbar pursuit bar, a little scratched
Long reach side pull calipers (front and back), some cheap generic brand, used for about 15 minutes
Frame mount Blackburn Pump
Specialized Saddle
Want:
Cage and straps pedals (more old school the better)
Selle Italia Saddle
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Have: Brand new, still wrapped...non machined deep V's in pink, 32 hole
Want: watcha got?
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Originally Posted by Accident
Have: Brand new, still wrapped...non machined deep V's in pink, 32 hole
Want: watcha got?
Finally you put them up.
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Originally Posted by Accident
Have: Brand new, still wrapped...non machined deep V's in pink, 32 hole
Want: watcha got?

id be willing to give you a whole bike for that but i highly doubt youd want what ive got
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is it me or is there a "japan out/italian in" trend going on.
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Old 09-13-06, 05:01 PM
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I was going to say the same thing. Campy seems to be gettin' the love now.
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Old 09-13-06, 07:43 PM
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Campy is the worst...just sayin. Italian stuff is def over-rated. Everyone needs to stick with Japanese parts and leave Campy for the birds.
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Originally Posted by sloppy robot
is it me or is there a "japan out/italian in" trend going on.

I think that the problem is that here in the US many people dont know Campy and stores do not carry the brand at all, I would say that shimano did a nice campaigne. I have used almost all the brands so far this days since I started racing when i was 13 y/o. Shimano isnt a bad brand and suntour is awesome with their products. I even dare to say that Suntour is better quality and finishing than Shimano but as I said before, shimano have done a nice campaigne here in the US and suntour is out of bussiness since years ago???

Im quite sure that everybody knows people that dont know Campagnolo at all, I know at least 4 and when they see the simplicity and the finishing of campy they fall in love with it. Im a campy guy that have used shimano in track and road also. The issue nowadays is that at least in the road people has to stick with a brand, in the past we were able to choose the best of all brands and put it in the bikes. In the case of track there is nothing like a nice pair of campy cranks, hubs and seat tubes, but shimano does excelent track headsets, hubs and cogs. People likes to go with the whole set in one brand, I say... mix the best of both worlds, probably the bike will work even better, but is a think of tastes only.

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It is just a comeback so people can know about Campy.

I am happy that I was around when 97% of the bikes were equipped with Campy. You could see that sign "Campagnolo spoken here".

Campy used to make cogs, the steel version lasted forever the aluminum / alloy sucked. Old Campy steel headset / bottom braket with awesome Campy ball bearings.AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!

New Campy never ridden after 1995 before that every grouppo from 1977. Gran - sport to CRecord.

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I my Suntour stuff. Getting closer to a full Superbe gruppo now....
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leave the campy for me..

sugino mighty comp < campy nr

excepting the chainrings, which are exact copies and way cheapr

although, i do like the 1st superbe pro rear derailleur better than anything from the period.......

Originally Posted by juvi-kyle
Campy is the worst...just sayin. Italian stuff is def over-rated. Everyone needs to stick with Japanese parts and leave Campy for the birds.
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This is all fine, I'll take the DA stuff everyone has lying around now!

Seriously:

Have:
3TTT Mutant Black stem
2006 Fuji Track w/ or w/o brake

Want:
3TTT Mutant Silver/Chrome stem or any other long stem you have.
700x23 Conti/Michelin/Bontrager race lite X slicks
Park 32mm/36mm headset wrench
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have:
Mike Arena Messenger bag (size between large and xl = ****ing huge) + Nitto Moustache bars and threaded stem
I love the messenger bag and the size of it, but it's starting to kill my back and shoulder, so....


Has: - Water Bottler Pocket on the side of the bag
-U Lock holster
-Bag Divider
- 2 big deep pockets
-2 smaller baskets
-and pen pockets
-compression straps
-etc.

want:
your Reload backpack
or big Freight baggage backpack

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Originally Posted by coelcanth
leave the campy for me..

sugino mighty comp < campy nr

excepting the chainrings, which are exact copies and way cheapr

although, i do like the 1st superbe pro rear derailleur better than anything from the period.......
I am sorry but I do not think you get it...
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I had to put them up, I finally got the brown ones and they've been sitting as decoration in the living room
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Give them to me then foo.

I'll trade you my hat for 'em .
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can you toss in a doo rag too?
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Yea... it has cash money and such all over it.
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wait what ?


Originally Posted by juvi-kyle
I am sorry but I do not think you get it...
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Originally Posted by juvi-kyle
Campy is the worst...just sayin. Italian stuff is def over-rated. Everyone needs to stick with Japanese parts and leave Campy for the birds.
Reverse psychology is the easiest to see.
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for the deep v's...

i love 165. he is so cool.

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have: tsunami toro bullhorns

looking for:narrower bullhorns, Large messenger bag, or pump, not bike mount, but home/floorpump
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