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Old 05-22-17, 06:27 PM
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Old 05-24-17, 11:17 PM
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ISO Dura Ace 7400 hubset 36h freewheel or freehub (with cassette preferred). Please shoot me a PM if you've got a complete set or either front or rear
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ISO a detent spring for a SRAM MRX grip shifter (3x7). Was fixing a bike up for someone who apparently tried to fix something themselves and when I went to look at it, the spring was just gone. The one missing was for the RD but since the FD was also jacked up, I totally took that off for the time being and I grabbed the one from the left shifter and they are the same so it worked. So now, the rear shifts fine but the front is non functional without the spring. I haven't found anywhere that sells this obscure part for one of these so I know it's a long shot but if anyone has one lying around or a broken shifter that it could be harvested from. Not sure if the same part is used on different speeds but possible.

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Old 05-25-17, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Rotten View Post
Closest co-op is about 250 miles away. I thought about going 700 but I would like to avoid having to buy a brake set.
I have a pair you can just have, if you want. I'll get some pics, but I believe they are Sun rims.
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Old 05-25-17, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by IrishBrewer View Post
ISO a detent spring for a SRAM MRX grip shifter (3x7).
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New shifter for 7.99 at Art's Cyclery
SRAM MRX Front Shifter
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Old 05-25-17, 11:44 AM
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New shifter for 7.99 at Art's Cyclery
SRAM MRX Front Shifter
Thanks for the reply.

Yes, I know that they're cheap but in this case I'm not really willing to shell out that much to get it fixed. This is a bike I had running perfectly and in a couple of weeks the owner had trashed it pretty badly and I've already had to spend more on it than I wanted to just to get it mostly functional. If you could buy just the detent springs, I might consider it but I'm also inclined to just leave the FD off because the owner rode it with the chain rubing so badly for an extended period of time that there was a big gouge in the cage. It left such a big notch in the cage that I couldn't put it back on for fear it the chain would catch on it and cause more problems.
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Originally Posted by IrishBrewer View Post
Thanks for the reply.

Yes, I know that they're cheap but in this case I'm not really willing to shell out that much to get it fixed. This is a bike I had running perfectly and in a couple of weeks the owner had trashed it pretty badly and I've already had to spend more on it than I wanted to just to get it mostly functional. If you could buy just the detent springs, I might consider it but I'm also inclined to just leave the FD off because the owner rode it with the chain rubing so badly for an extended period of time that there was a big gouge in the cage. It left such a big notch in the cage that I couldn't put it back on for fear it the chain would catch on it and cause more problems.
Is this the part you're looking for?

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Old 05-25-17, 01:05 PM
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Is this the part you're looking for?

Yes, exactly!
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Old 05-29-17, 09:03 PM
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For Trade -
SOLD - Suntour Power Thumb Shifters pair, could use a clean and polish but they function perfectly. Pic below.

Cassettes -
Shimano XT CS M771 10spd 11-32
Shimano XT CS M771 10spd 11-34
These casettes are practically new though a little dirty. I bought them new when I was experimenting with my first 1x setup. I would estimate that each one has less than 20 miles in it

Front derailleurs -
Claris FD-2400 8 speed double 31.8 - new no box
2-Altus FD-M190A 3x7/8 34.9 clamp 66-69deg - new no box
Deore FD-M590 34.9 clamp with 31.8 shim installed - used but in excellent condition

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9spd 11-34 cassette - I'd actually like to get my hands on 2 of these in NM or excellent condition.
Tiagra FD for triple bottom pull or
Sora FD for triple bottom pull
3x9 road brifters Shimano or Microshift. Will add $ for these.

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Old 05-30-17, 06:56 AM
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Yes:


Source: Sutherland's 4th Edition

cool beans, i have been looking for this !!

I am restoring my 1975 California Masi. Its all italian i had read i thought that Italian thread was interchangeable with something else, but i guess not.
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Old 05-30-17, 07:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Junkboyjude View Post
I am restoring my 1975 California Masi. Its all italian i had read i thought that Italian thread was interchangeable with something else, but i guess not.
An English thread headset on an Italian thread steer tube will work, but is considered a "class B fit" as there will be some re-forming of the thread profile. If you use an aluminum headset, this will occur exclusively on the aluminum parts, and you will have converted your English thread headset to Italian. With a steel headset, both the headset and the steer tube will be somewhat re-formed. It's not generally a problem at least for the life of the headset.
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Old 05-30-17, 07:20 AM
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
An English thread headset on an Italian thread steer tube will work, but is considered a "class B fit" as there will be some re-forming of the thread profile. If you use an aluminum headset, this will occur exclusively on the aluminum parts, and you will have converted your English thread headset to Italian. With a steel headset, both the headset and the steer tube will be somewhat re-formed. It's not generally a problem at least for the life of the headset.
okay thats what i read. thanks, i have been able to stay with the correct threads, i was looking at replacing the headset for suspected bearing problems or a worn cup but it was all okay. cleaned, polished, repacked. one more step down to putting her back on the road. !!
Thanks Jude A
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Old 05-30-17, 09:25 AM
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Fork Anyone?

Anyone looking for a nice front fork? Yours for shipping. >>>>>>gifted to @r0ckh0und -- use in good health!<<<<<<<<

From a 1985 Trek 620 - Bought it on CL for the components, frame was broken (don't know much other than it looked like it was crushed mid way on the down tube - didn't seem like a typical front end collision) - fork looks in good shape (after I got the stem out).

Had 700c wheels - although the catalog says 27" Likely from a 21" frame (I have the head tube)

26.5 crown race, 6 1/4 steerer tube

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Old 05-30-17, 09:53 AM
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ISO shiny dual pivot brakeset. I'm throwing a 6600 gruppo on an Ironman and I want some dual pivots to match. I can never get single pivots tuned.

Have: lots. Single pivot 105 and 600 brakes. 600 groupset. Other fun stuff.
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I'm very interested in the fork but am at work and cant make any comparison measurements until this evening.


Can you measure the rake and let me know what it is and I'll get back to you this evening.


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Anyone looking for a nice front fork? Yours for shipping.

From a 1985 Trek 620 - Bought it on CL for the components, frame was broken (don't know much other than it looked like it was crushed mid way on the down tube - didn't seem like a typical front end collision) - fork looks in good shape (after I got the stem out).

Had 700c wheels - although the catalog says 27" Likely from a 21" frame (I have the head tube)

26.5 crown race, 6 1/4 steerer tube

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I'm very interested in the fork but am at work and cant make any comparison measurements until this evening.


Can you measure the rake and let me know what it is and I'll get back to you this evening.
Unless it's bent (doesn't look like it) Fork offset for that year should be 52mm: http://vintage-trek.com/images/trek/85TrekTouring.pdf
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Old 05-30-17, 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by jmeb View Post
Unless it's bent (doesn't look like it) Fork offset for that year should be 52mm: http://vintage-trek.com/images/trek/85TrekTouring.pdf


Thank you.
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Unless it's bent (doesn't look like it)
The fork turned freely in the headtube - without any headset binding
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The fork turned freely in the headtube - without any headset binding
Your fork is about an inch to short for my project so I'll have to pass on it.
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iso long cage shimano 600 RD.. 6207 or 6208 ok, prefer 6207
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WTT my Shimano Deore MT62 front derailleur for your Deore MT60 front. Trying to put together a matching set. Could also trade a MT62 front and rear for your MT60 front and rear
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ISO: Schwinn full sloping fork for 25" frameset

Long Shot request:

Looking for a Schwinn fork with full sloping crown to fit 25" (63.5cm) frameset. These were used on 1987-1989 higher end Schwinn bikes: Circuits, Super Sports, Tempos.

Looks like this
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Searching for a sleeve nut for a Cyclone rear hub cartridge bearing. Sunshine/Sansin used these, as did Suzue and some early Surly hubs I believe. 10 mm thread, 12mm bearing diameter (for a 6001 bearing).
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Old 06-03-17, 08:43 PM
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ISO: Deore 32 or 36 hole front hub. Ideally XT M730, but alternatives acceptable.

Have: Deore XT M730 28 hole front hub. Recently repacked, excellent shape.
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Originally Posted by tyler_fred View Post
Long Shot request:

Looking for a Schwinn fork with full sloping crown to fit 25" (63.5cm) frameset. These were used on 1987-1989 higher end Schwinn bikes: Circuits, Super Sports, Tempos.

Looks like this
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This looks pretty much like the Tange-124 aftermarket replacement fork, except the 124 was chrome plated. These might still be available.

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