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Old 01-04-15, 09:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Baby Puke View Post
Everybody wants a 51t. I have a 51t. Cough up a 46t, somebody!

Oh, and I want a front disc. (This is a fantasy want, but what the hell).

Did you get your 46t? I have one...2 years after your post lol.
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Old 01-04-15, 10:45 PM
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Originally Posted by derek.fulmer View Post
Did you get your 46t? I have one...2 years after your post lol.

Haha, yeah that 51t was like an albatross around my neck. Still got it, but now I'm good all the way down to 45t. But thanks!
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Old 01-04-15, 10:49 PM
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How about the front disc?
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Old 01-04-15, 10:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Baby Puke View Post
Haha, yeah that 51t was like an albatross around my neck. Still got it, but now I'm good all the way down to 45t. But thanks!
Cheers!

Now, I'm in the opposite boat you were! :-p
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Old 01-04-15, 11:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Dalai View Post
How about the front disc?
Still dreaming of it.
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Old 01-04-15, 11:39 PM
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Originally Posted by derek.fulmer View Post
Cheers!

Now, I'm in the opposite boat you were! :-p
Not sure what they've still got for stock, but these guys were blowing out some really high-quality track rings, supposedly used by AIS riders. I got two, and they are indeed very nice:
FYXO // CYCLE UNDERGROUND CUSTOM CHAIRINGS
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Old 01-05-15, 12:22 AM
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Front discs are as rare as hens teeth!

If I see one for sale State side I pass on the details. Any brand preference?
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Old 01-05-15, 12:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Dalai View Post
Front discs are as rare as hens teeth!

If I see one for sale State side I pass on the details. Any brand preference?
Sweet! I'll probably be too broke to take advantage but you never know. Zipp to match the rear would be preferred. Thanks!
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Old 01-05-15, 12:50 AM
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Zipp - noted. Will PM ASAP I see one listed... I spend way too much time online so have come across some in the past!
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I have an FSA Pro Track 50t chainring that is new to me. Got in a package deal, actually looking for a 49, or even a 44 for street use, any track-specific brand (no 130BCD street tarck business).

Also looking for decent pedal/clips+straps combo as well.

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Old 05-01-15, 10:48 AM
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2004 Fuji Track Pro Large (~58). Would make a great entry level bike. It's a little dinged up and doesn't include wheels or handlebars so I'll just give it away to someone who wants to use it to get into track racing just like I did. I'll be putting it on craigslist soon.

I'm located in Redmond, WA (greater Seattle). Not looking for anything in return just to get rid of it. Thanks!

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Old 06-02-15, 12:28 PM
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I have an unused Miche 49T chainring, looking to trade for a Miche 48T (Gotta keep the aesthetics!). Bought it thinking I already had a 48, but I had a 49, so now I have two 49's. Yes, I know I'm an idiot, thanks.

Located in Atlanta. Can ship via USPS using paypal.


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Old 10-31-15, 12:24 PM
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Have:
- 90mm Nitto Jaguar
- Suntour njs 17t cog
- MKS njs chain tensioner x2
- Unknown 110mm quill stem
- 52t Chainring (Only for 48t chainring)
- Vintage Campagnolo super record 165mm crank(144bcd)
- Vintage Campagnolo seat post
- Look ergostem(quill stem)

Want:
- 100mm Quill stem
- Look Ergostem oversize
- 48t Chainring
- Sugino 75 DD
- Duraace crank
- Thomson seat post

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- Delaware, USA

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Old 01-05-16, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by gycho77 View Post
Have:
- 90mm Nitto Jaguar
- Suntour njs 17t cog
- MKS njs chain tensioner x2
- Unknown 110mm quill stem
- 52t Chainring (Only for 48t chainring)
- Vintage Campagnolo super record 165mm crank(144bcd)
- Vintage Campagnolo seat post
- Look ergostem(quill stem)

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- 100mm Quill stem
- Look Ergostem oversize
- 48t Chainring
- Sugino 75 DD
- Duraace crank
- Thomson seat post

Location:
- Delaware, USA
Why not keep your Campagnolo cranks? If you trade for Dura-ace you will also need a new bottom bracket.

Sell your Campag seat post on ebay. Worth around $100 in good condition.
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Old 01-05-16, 01:15 PM
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Originally Posted by 700wheel View Post
Why not keep your Campagnolo cranks? If you trade for Dura-ace you will also need a new bottom bracket.

Sell your Campag seat post on ebay. Worth around $100 in good condition.
I want to make perfect chainline, but more importantly I want stages powermeter in future(maybe few years later....)
I currently using Cycleops Bluetooth cadence/Speed sensor.
And thank you for your advice.
I tried selling the seatpost, but i failed....
Maybe I should try one more time, and someone was trying purchase my crank for 300?!!
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Originally Posted by 700wheel View Post
Why not keep your Campagnolo cranks? If you trade for Dura-ace you will also need a new bottom bracket.
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I use a mid-1980s Campagnolo crank set. One thing I like is that the Q distance is shorter than on other crank sets I've looked at.
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Old 01-18-16, 10:34 AM
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Originally Posted by 700wheel View Post
I use a mid-1980s Campagnolo crank set. One thing I like is that the Q distance is shorter than on other crank sets I've looked at.
Sorry I'm getting confused here.....
What is Q distance?
I barely know about bike terms
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Old 01-18-16, 10:34 AM
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Originally Posted by MnFors View Post
Have you gotten rid of yet? I'll pay you for shipping. I'm looking to start racing this year.
Are you talking about the crank?
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Old 01-18-16, 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by gycho77 View Post
Sorry I'm getting confused here.....
What is Q distance?
I barely know about bike terms
That's a reference to the "Q-Factor", the width (outside-to-outside) of the cranks when installed. Some like it narrow. Some find wider Q-Factor cranks difficult to spin fast. Most don't notice the difference.
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Old 01-18-16, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by carleton View Post
That's a reference to the "Q-Factor", the width (outside-to-outside) of the cranks when installed. Some like it narrow. Some find wider Q-Factor cranks difficult to spin fast. Most don't notice the difference.
Thank you for your explanation.
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Old 01-19-16, 12:14 AM
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Originally Posted by gycho77 View Post
Are you talking about the crank?
Sorry, I meant to reply to alfa111.

Originally Posted by alfa111 View Post
2004 Fuji Track Pro Large (~58). Would make a great entry level bike. It's a little dinged up and doesn't include wheels or handlebars so I'll just give it away to someone who wants to use it to get into track racing just like I did. I'll be putting it on craigslist soon.

I'm located in Redmond, WA (greater Seattle). Not looking for anything in return just to get rid of it. Thanks!
Do you still have it?
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MnFors, be reminded that this is a TRADING thread, not a sales thread.

From the first post:

Originally Posted by carleton View Post
This is a thread for those who wish to trade (not sell) track racing equipment.

This can be very fruitful for most, but can easily get out of hand. So, I'll need your help in keeping it on the afformentioned topic. This means:
  • No mention of money (explicit or implicit). Period.
  • No cash offers.
  • Track Equipment Only (basically if it can be used in one's training or racing on the track). The gear doesn't have to be "track only". Crossover gear (like pedals) is fine. Just so long as you can use it on the track. A 105 cassette would not be appropriate.
  • Post what you Have and what you Want. You can post multiple Haves and Wants in the same post.
  • Post as much detail as you think is appropriate. Pics are nice, too.
  • Locations are helpful. We have an international crowd here. Plus you may attract a local trader.
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  • This is on the honor system (as with most message board transactions). Don't be a dick.
  • BikeForums cannot be responsible if anything goes wrong. This is the internet, Caveat Emptor (Let the Buyer Beware)
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For Example:

Have:
- 110mm Thompson x4 0-degree stem, black in excellent condition
- 49t Sugino 75 chainring. New never used.

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- 120mm 4-bolt stem of similar quality.
- 14t & 15t Dura Ace cogs in good or better condition
- Toshi Single Straps in fair or better condition

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If you would like to buy or sell items with cash, please use the Classifieds area of the forum.

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Old 02-02-16, 10:02 AM
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I have 38cm Zipp handlebars for the enduros in the house.
I'd happily trade for a chainring, or a tire, or, I don't know.
Whatever.
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Old 02-02-16, 04:43 PM
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Originally Posted by queerpunk View Post
I have 38cm Zipp handlebars for the enduros in the house.
I'd happily trade for a chainring, or a tire, or, I don't know.
Whatever.
did you give up on the 38s already?
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did you give up on the 38s already?
NEVER. i just found classic-bend bars instead.
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