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Old 02-17-18, 09:47 AM
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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Starting fresh because the last one is too long.

Old one is now closed but here's a link to the last page so we can continue.

https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-v...l#post20174095
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New thread, yay!

Well, just to get things "rolling", ISO a 28 h rear hub to go with a Royce 28 hole high flange front hub. Prefer Campy free hub, but will consider 126 spaced freewheel also.
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Wanted - French threaded Nuovo Record or Record bottom bracket cups.

See the last page of the old thread for pictures of various goodies I am offering in trade.
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Bring this back, a 27.2 aero Campy post for a 27.0 Campy aero post
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Looking for transparent green brake cable housing. Used or new 80s-ish would be ideal. Around 10' would be great, willing to buy or trade. More than 10' is ok.

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Wanted - One Simplex top-tube cable clip.
Will trade Campy equivalent or any of these clips that strike your fancy:
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Bring this back, a 27.2 aero Campy post for a 27.0 Campy aero post
You can turn that 27.2 post into a 27.0 very easily.
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Bring this back, a 27.2 aero Campy post for a 27.0 Campy aero post
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You can turn that 27.2 post into a 27.0 very easily.
I have one that I've done just that with. I recently sold the frame I was using it in so I'd be willing to offer it for trade if that would work for you.
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Wanted - One Simplex top-tube cable clip.
Will trade Campy equivalent or any of these clips that strike your fancy:
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Brent, I can't help with the Simplex cable-clip, but I am curious: what's the clamp on the top right? It looks like a cable guide but the diameter of the clamp is too small for a main tube. Does it fit on a chain stay? Plus it's got that small hole at the top, perpendicular to the what I assume is the channel for the cable. I can't quite figure out its purpose. Care to enlighten me?
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Brent, I can't help with the Simplex cable-clip, but I am curious: what's the clamp on the top right? It looks like a cable guide but the diameter of the clamp is too small for a main tube. Does it fit on a chain stay? Plus it's got that small hole at the top, perpendicular to the what I assume is the channel for the cable. I can't quite figure out its purpose. Care to enlighten me?
Yes, it's a chainstay guide for a rear derailleur. It has the wing on top to catch a slapping chain.
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Originally Posted by gaucho777 View Post
Brent, I can't help with the Simplex cable-clip, but I am curious: what's the clamp on the top right? It looks like a cable guide but the diameter of the clamp is too small for a main tube. Does it fit on a chain stay? Plus it's got that small hole at the top, perpendicular to the what I assume is the channel for the cable. I can't quite figure out its purpose. Care to enlighten me?
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Yes, it's a chainstay guide for a rear derailleur. It has the wing on top to catch a slapping chain.
Yes. Made by Suntour. What you don't see in the photo is the corresponding large hole in the "wing" for the cable housing.
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It's been awhile since I've been active a-tradin' on here; taking the new thread as an opportunity to get back in the action!

ISO:

- 8sp Shimano 6401 600/Ultegra tricolor 8sp DT shifters (gotta be pretty nice - would complete an NOS/EXC mix group)
- Mavic 862 FD, braze-on (also looking for a very clean example here - ideal is straight trade for my EXC Mavic 860):
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- Simplex retrofriction DT shifters, 'unbranded', no 'Simplex' stamp/engraving (i.e. version used w/Mavic SSC group)
- 36º Mavic 500RD/550RD, 501 or 531 FW *REAR* hub (just scored a FRT from a member after posting!)
- Carradice Bagman Original QR (Sport)

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- Mavic 860 FD (EXC, near-perfect 28.6 clamp version, small flake of chrome missing inside cage; will trade for Mavic 862):
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- NOS first-gen Dura Ace chainrings, various (sold a bunch of these a couple years ago, decided to let a couple more go)
- Stronglight 144bcd 51t chainring, EXC, practically new - made for 107 crank linked below, engraved Stronglight logo, very nice:
VeloBase.com - Component: Stronglight 107
- Shimano SH-M089LE size 45 WIDE SPD shoes, tried a couple times on a trainer, never worn outdoors, essentially brand new
- pair of Veloflex Master 700x22 blue/tanwall (measured 24mm wide on H+Son TB14 rims), maybe couple hundred miles tops on these?
- Paul Components E-lever brake lever(s), silver (good shape, PO painted barrel adjusters silver to match, I have both L & R levers)
- probably a bunch more stuff I've not catalogued from the bins in the basement...

***Note: I am located in Vancouver, Canada - but use a US shipping address in WA and can ship USPS from WA 98281 to US members!

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To all re: the Campy 27.2 aero post

Thanks but I want an original 27.0
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ISO 26.4mm seat posts. Need a 26.4 for a 1990ish MTB and another for a 70s-early 80s road bike. Rider condition is ok. Lots to trade, willing to buy.

Could also use a 1970s 26.6 or 26.4 SR Royal seat post.
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Still looking for Shimano 600 toe clips (with triangular clamp) in size L, my size LL are too big.

Also looking for a Mountain LX right shifter (M453) for my new to me Panasonic MC-5500.
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Size large 600 toe clips I have are not in the best of shape. Sorry!
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Size large 600 toe clips I have are not in the best of shape. Sorry!
No problem, thanks for checking. If they're usable, but just not pretty, then I'm still interested in buying, since I commute on the Ironman they're for.
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Let me get a pic. Any interest on the set of pedals they are attached to?
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