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Old 01-31-20, 07:48 PM
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ISO crank arm bolt washer for a Campagnolo Record crankset; triple 10s UD (circa mid-2000s )

See washer in photo.
OD = 20.5 mm
ID = 12.7 mm
Thickness = 1.08 mm

I've been to two large LBS, a chain hardware store, a fantastic large old-school hardware store, and McMaster-Carr with no success.
The closest size to what I need is too thick and with a ID too small for the bolt to fit flush and secure.

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if you found one that is the right size but too thick put it on a sanding wheel to thin it down. Just what I would do. Smiles, MH
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Originally Posted by SpeedofLite View Post
ISO crank arm bolt washer for a Campagnolo Record crankset; triple 10s UD (circa mid-2000s )

See washer in photo.
OD = 20.5 mm
ID = 12.7 mm
Thickness = 1.08 mm

I've been to two large LBS, a chain hardware store, a fantastic large old-school hardware store, and McMaster-Carr with no success.
The closest size to what I need is too thick and with a ID too small for the bolt to fit flush and secure.

I have a pair of those, albeit slightly thicker at 1.6mm- close enough for bicycle work.
PM me your address and I'll drop them in the mail.
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Found

I have, a fluted, 27.2 seatpost with a single bolt. I believe it is a LaPrade, but seeing no manufacturer marking, it may not be. From bottom to top it measures 160mm. From bottom to the bottom of the fluting, 80mm. There is some zig-zagging below the fluting, but only very little of this would be showing if adequately inserted.

Want - a non-fluted, silver 27.2 seatpost with either one adjustment bolt, or two (I do prefer two, but that's just a "tie-breaker"). I like the idea of fluted seatposts, but the fluting extends into the seat tube when the saddle is set at the proper height for me, which. I'm willing to account for value differential.

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Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
I have, a fluted, 27.2 seatpost with a single bolt. I believe it is a LaPrade, but seeing no manufacturer marking, it may not be. From bottom to top it measures 160mm. From bottom to the bottom of the fluting, 80mm. There is some zig-zagging below the fluting, but only very little of this would be showing if adequately inserted.

Want - a non-fluted, silver 27.2 seatpost with either one adjustment bolt, or two (I do prefer two, but that's just a "tie-breaker"). I like the idea of fluted seatposts, but the fluting extends into the seat tube when the saddle is set at the proper height for me, which. I'm willing to account for value differential.

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While It's unlikely you'll want it, I have a 27.2 silver Kalloy single bolt seatpost that I'm not likely to use, since I replaced it with a black post. I'm not interested in a direct replacement, though I will be in strong need of a 26.4 seatpost longer than 250mm. Seatposts from the bike's era just weren't made that long...
I should say one bolt seatposts. The seat pin was originally chromed steel with a clamp...

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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
While It's unlikely you'll want it, I have a 27.2 silver Kalloy single bolt seatpost that I'm not likely to use, since I replaced it with a black post. I'm not interested in a direct replacement, though I will be in strong need of a 26.4 seatpost longer than 250mm. Seatposts from the bike's era just weren't made that long...
I should say one bolt seatposts. The seat pin was originally chromed steel with a clamp...
As I was looking for something that might work for you, I actually found a seat pin that will work for my project. Unfortunately, I have nothing longer than 210mm, and I didn't check the diameter because it was too short.

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That seems to be the case a lot around here!
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So I went to my local Fastenal store today because like many here who need crank bolts and washers for Campy bottom brackets and arms. I was able to source 500 crank bolts that are grade 10 in the 15 mm size for the cap and with 8X1 pitch. The washers they had were sourced from the imperial catalog in a 3/8" inner diameter, with a .810" outer diameter. The washer height is 1/16" or 1.6 mm again I ordered 500. These will be very effective at replacing the lost bolts and washers for many of the BBs I come across. Will they say Campy? no. Will they hold the crank arm on? yes. So by next week, I will have then available to those who need them. HTH smiles, MH



Woo Hoo! Parts came in today! Will have them in my grubby little paws by this afternoon.
A minor glitch from Fastenal, the bolt cap is 13 mm. So they are sending special 8 mm washers that take the bolt cap to 16 mm to equal that of the original Campy bolt cap. appears to be the best solution. And it works!
Looks like I can send these out in pairs with washers for $6 plus shipping through USPS. Smiles, MH

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ISO:

Dura-Ace 7700 (9spd) or 7900 (10spd) downtube shifters. Thanks nesteel !
Dura-Ace 7800 9/10 speed rear derailleur

I would prefer the 10 speed shifters, but 9 would work too.

Not looking for NOS, but not trashed either. They would be going on a rider. A nice rider, but a rider nonetheless.

Thanks!

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One Dura Ace 7400 single-pivot brake. Could be front or rear. Condition not too important - looking for small bits that go with it.

Campagnolo Super Record rear derailleur Pat. 83
Campagnolo Super Record brake set for 1983 bike
These are for a rider, but hoping to find something not worn down.
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ISO 64-67cm Flexy Frame/Complete

I've got an itch to try out one of those noddley old road bikes some people seem to love. Something with Reynolds 531c, Tange 1, or other standard diameter 8-5-8 or lighter tubed bike. Anyone have something lying around I could snag?

I ride my saddle height at 83.5cm for context, so I'd be looking for somewhere between 64-67cm frames.

If it's all beat up, that's probably better since I'm not sure I want to commit to something fancy. Hoping to find something for around $200ish

Let me know if you have anything or if you see something pop up.

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I’ve got a Miami Vice Ironman (Tange 1) with a 64cm CTT seat tube in the shed, if that would be of interest. May be on the small side for you.

It’s broken down into a frameset hanging up and complete groupset (Shimano 105) in a box somewhere. Condition is pretty good, as I recall.

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I've got an itch to try out one of those noddley old road bikes some people seem to love. Something with Reynolds 531c, Tange 1, or other standard diameter 8-5-8 or lighter tubed bike. Anyone have something lying around I could snag?

I ride my saddle height at 83.5cm for context, so I'd be looking for somewhere between 64-67cm frames.

If it's all beat up, that's probably better since I'm not sure I want to commit to something fancy. Hoping to find something for around $200ish

Let me know if you have anything or if you see something pop up.

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That sounds interesting. Can you send me a message or share more details here? Any pictures? What are you asking for it?

I'd send you a message, but I'm new to using this forum so it won't allow me yet.

Thanks,
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Seeking a 32-tooth 86 BCD chainring, Sugino, SR, Stronglight, or whatever, ideally with minimal wear. I have assorted other 86 BCD rings in various sizes, including a some NOS Stronglights. Other trade goods as well.
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Seeking a 32-tooth 86 BCD chainring, Sugino, SR, Stronglight, or whatever, ideally with minimal wear. I have assorted other 86 BCD rings in various sizes, including a some NOS Stronglights. Other trade goods as well.
There’s a chance I have that, Jon, though more likely a 34t. But I’ll check. Several UK sellers seem to carry them new, e.g., https://www.spacycles.co.uk/m2b0s149...l-28-38t-inner.
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ISO 5 Speed Freewheel 14-24

Looking for a C&V 5 speed 14-24 FW for my 78 Raleigh. Something nice and used little that will match well with my Nuovo Gran Sport bike. I have for trade a cool set of vintage White Industry hubs. These hubs would be perfect for a 90s weight weenie build

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Looking for a C&V 5 speed 14-24 FW for my 78 Raleigh. I have for trade a cool set of vintage White Industry hubs. These hubs would be perfect for a 90s weight weenie build
Ummm, I have a 14-28 Suntour Perfect 5s FW, a 6s 14-24 and a 6s Shimano 6208 13-24 - Any of which you could have for $10 shipped... perhaps save those sick hubs for something of equal value?
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Ummm, I have a 14-28 Suntour Perfect 5s FW, a 6s 14-24 and a 6s Shimano 6208 13-24 - Any of which you could have for $10 shipped... perhaps save those sick hubs for something of equal value?
Thanks but I think a nice 5 speed Regina G.S. Corse SICC with a big 24 cog is equal value. I'm intending to keep my Competition G.S. 5 speed. Yes the hubs are real neat but I don't have a bike for them---I didn't think. But now you got me thinking.
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Anybody interested in an Altenburger Synchron? I understand these were a very early dual pivot sidepull. Original pads! Found in a bag of bike parts at a g-sale.



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...Yes the hubs are real neat but I don't have a bike for them---I didn't think. But now you got me thinking.
It wouldn’t be the first time a build started with a set of hubs in search of a frame...
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Classtime,
you mean something like this:
Yes. Nice like that but with a 24. Or an earlier GS Corse that goes to 24. I'm hoping to avoid a 14 to 17 jump at the high end also.
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The War Department is at it again. "You have too much stuff in here!" So today's special value that needs a new place to live is:


As always cost of shipping. I see that the black doesn't show the arm length, they are 175. PM me. MH
Why, why, why can they be not 170! Are there no 170 black Shimano 105 cranks !!
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Thanks but I think a nice 5 speed Regina G.S. Corsa with a big 24 cog is equal value. I'm intending to keep my Competition G.S. 5 speed. Yes the hubs are real neat but I don't have a bike for them---I didn't think. But now you got me thinking.
I've got a 15-17-19-21-25 in decent condition, slight tool marring.
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Originally Posted by goldfront View Post
I've got an itch to try out one of those noddley old road bikes some people seem to love. Something with Reynolds 531c, Tange 1, or other standard diameter 8-5-8 or lighter tubed bike. Anyone have something lying around I could snag?

I ride my saddle height at 83.5cm for context, so I'd be looking for somewhere between 64-67cm frames.
If it's all beat up, that's probably better since I'm not sure I want to commit to something fancy. Hoping to find something for around $200ish
Let me know if you have anything or if you see something pop up.
Tim O.
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This is local, and would make a great little project.
https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...065999005.html
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I've got a 15-17-19-21-25 in decent condition, slight tool marring.
Close. I'm set now for my Raleigh. But if someone is sitting on a nice G.S. Corse SICC with a 24 big cog...
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