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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 09-05-20, 07:51 PM
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I have a 6sp Perfect freewheel that you can have for the cost of shipping; the cogs are rusted but the body itself is in very good condition and spins smoothly


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Thanks, that would be great. I will PM you in the morning.
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Recessed stem bolt for Peugeot Atax

Top diameter is about 14.5 mm and bottom in around 7 mm

Simplex clamp

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Originally Posted by jonwvara View Post
ISO: one pair Mafac racer or Competition brake calipers, complete and in good shape. Have to trade: one pair Suntour Cyclone sidepulls, complete and in good shape--look almost new.
Okay, bumping this once before I quit and try another tack. I thought people would be clamoring to take me up on this one--shows how much I know, I guess.
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Originally Posted by jonwvara View Post
Okay, bumping this once before I quit and try another tack. I thought people would be clamoring to take me up on this one--shows how much I know, I guess.
It might be that the fellows prone to keeping spare Mafac Racers wouldn't be likely to be building bikes with short-reach centerpulls.

Funny thing, I wouldn't mind those Cyclone sidepulls myself, but I don't have a pair of Racers - and everything I'm building at the moment requires long reach. A combination of incompatible desires!

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i have not been able to get into my co-op now for close to 23 weeks. I'm sure there are a few calipers in there but just unable to access the place. Week 25 of covid lock down and no relief in sight. Argggh! Smiles, MH
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Old 09-07-20, 06:13 PM
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What brand?
New or NOS?
I believe that I have campagnolo and perhaps one or two others.

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Need a decent Raleigh braze-on pulley and fitting. This one is seized solid.






Also looking for some spare Raleigh/Sturmey half-moon nuts. Early type with a dull silver finish; not the brighter '60s examples.




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Old 09-08-20, 03:54 AM
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Originally Posted by jonwvara View Post
Okay, bumping this once before I quit and try another tack. I thought people would be clamoring to take me up on this one--shows how much I know, I guess.
I actually considered taking you up on this, went to look for the MAFAC'S, found 3 sets of Suntours and realized I need more MAFACS as a couple of builds are headed in that direction.

The MAFACS are becoming one of the defacto go to's for the retro/resto gravel low trail thing.
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
I actually considered taking you up on this, went to look for the MAFAC'S, found 3 sets of Suntours and realized I need more MAFACS as a couple of builds are headed in that direction.

The MAFACS are becoming one of the defacto go to's for the retro/resto gravel low trail thing.
Well, I'm glad I helped you figure out your own stash. Do you remember that Mark Twain chapter from Roughing It, called "My Grandfather's Old Ram?" As Jim Blaine said, "Prov'dence don't fire no blank ca'tridges, boys."

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Old 09-08-20, 09:48 AM
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My 17/19T Dos Eno for your 20/22 Dos Eno?

I've realized that the White Industries Dos Eno 17/19T freewheel doesn't work on the bike I got it for - rear-opening horizontal track ends and rear brakes are very limiting - so I'd like to trade this unit to someone who has a White Industries Dos Eno in the 20/22T flavor. Anybody?



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Originally Posted by cudak8880
I wouldn't mind those Cyclone sidepulls myself... everything I'm building at the moment requires long reach.
I have available some 47-57mm Superbe Pro nutted calipers. PM me if interested.

edit: claimed!


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Old 09-09-20, 06:13 PM
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Tektro long reach in silver I am looking for but only if they are nutted. Does not have to have pads.

Lots to trade, if I can sneak it away!

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(all taken care of)

Found a few online options but figured I'd ask here first. Not sure what I have to trade of comparable value but if you're looking for anything in particular let me know.

Edit: Got what I need, thanks!

ISO Campagnolo Doppler Retrofriction Shifters A271 (C-Record era retrofrictions), for braze-on mounting.

Edit: I think I have the BB spindle sorted out
ISO Campagnolo Italian Athena Spindle (116mm) or complete BB D0H0 (early C-Record era).

Thanks!

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I have available some 47-57mm Superbe Pro nutted calipers. PM me if interested.

edit: claimed!

DAMMIT ! (If another pair of these ever show up, I'm in.)
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Two SR 100mm 5355 quills
one SR branded, other "CUSTOM"
trade for 40-60ish range comparable stems
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Big frame for medium one or ??

BUMP! Hereís hoping there is someone looking for a smooth riding, large frame for themselves or another and has something smaller to trade. Since the original posting Iíve done a solvent wipe down and found just a bit of surface rust where the paint is chipped or flaked. The frame set package includes original Simplex RD, DT shifters/cable guides, the French threaded Stronglight BB and Phillippe bars with Atax stem, plus a Sachs Huret FD and some sturdy Huret DT friction shifters. I also have a DiaCompe center-pull brake set with quick releases in the road levers that Iíll include if the trader would like. Sorry, someone already snagged the rest of the French parts.
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Hi folks,

I've been contemplating building up a vintage sports tourer with a decent quality frame from Japan or Taiwan. I've collected a bunch of vintage Suntour, Diacompe & SR components for this project.

Since the "Exchange-a-Frame" thread appears to have stalled, I'm reposting the following:Because of my penchant for salvaging vintage bicycles, the bike co-op that I volunteer at has offered me a 77 or 78 Peugeot PRN10E frame set. I've done a solvent wipe down. It's clean and straight, but a little rough with lots paint chips/scrapes and some surface rust. The frame no dents or no visible dings. Itís been stripped of major components; Stronglight 49 crankset and Mafac Racer brakes. The headset is French and I assume that the BB is also. Currently, only the fixed cup is installed, but it rest is probably somewhere in the shop bins and Iíll try to find it. I saw the Atax stem and Phillippe bars on a shelf. They are corroded, but should polish up. It has one of the all metal Simplex RDs (Prestige?) on it and those nifty shifters with the plastic boots. I have a Sachs-Huret FD if you would like to keep the shifting French. Also, have some DiaCompe center pulls that I would throw in if needed

Iíd take this on and build it up with some bin parts, but at 62cm it is way to big for me. As the header says, Iíd like to trade it for something of similar value, but smaller. I would prefer a chrome-moly frame with ďforgedĒ dropouts that was designed for 700C wheels. Seat tube CTC 54-55 and top tube 54-56. The only critical thing is the sizing.

If you are a tall person interested in building a frame like this as a commuter or beater, PM me your e-mail and Iíll send pix and answer any questions.

I'd like to work with a forum member on this rather than deal with the on-line sites.

Thanks & regards,

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I'll try to get some pix posted this weekend.

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ISO classic looking, light weight 27.2 seatpost. I have a 26.8 Campy NR short, 26.8 titanium American classic, and a couple 27.4 American classic aluminum seatposts for trade.

Thank you.
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ISO classic looking, light weight 27.2 seatpost. I have a 26.8 Campy NR short, 26.8 titanium American classic, and a couple 27.4 American classic aluminum seatposts for trade.

Thank you.
I just took a silver 27.2 alloy American Classic off of a bike if that would work. I think I also have a Campy NR in that size. Let me know.
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All fixed up, folks. Thank you.

Next request:

my 120mm GB stem for your 80-90mm GB stem. Iíll add cash if you have the version with the long point.

Thanks!






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ISO classic looking, light weight 27.2 seatpost. I have a 26.8 Campy NR short, 26.8 titanium American classic, and a couple 27.4 American classic aluminum seatposts for trade.

Thank you.
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Looking for a USE style 25.0mm to 27.2mm seatpost shim. Have a couple 25.0mm Thomson posts that could be used if I only had some shims.
Feeler gauge stock should work: https://www.mcmaster.com/feeler-gaug...feeler-gauges/ (1.0mm and 0.1mm). I used this (0.3mm) for 27.0 mm crown race/26.4 mm fork issue with success.
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Two SR 100mm 5355 quills
one SR branded, other "CUSTOM"
trade for 40-60ish range comparable stems
I have this 60, and another at work that Iíll take a picture of tomorrow that Iíd like to trade.


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Need a decent Raleigh braze-on pulley and fitting. This one is seized solid.






Also looking for some spare Raleigh/Sturmey half-moon nuts. Early type with a dull silver finish; not the brighter '60s examples.




-Kurt
hello Kurt, did you try to soak the pulley in evaporust? This may free it up. Whatís wrong with the lever but you have ? Does it spin? Instead of replacing you can put the tip of screw driver in the gap when you tighten the bolt. That will prevent from spinning.

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hello Kurt, did you try to soak the pulley in evaporust? This may free it up. Whatís wrong with the lever but you have ? Does it spin? Instead of replacing you can put the tip of screw driver in the gap when you tighten the bolt. That will prevent from spinning.
Nope, but could do. The pulley is fairly prominent though, and the rest of the bike has cleaned up a LOT nicer than that particular pulley.

The levers are A-OK; I'm trying to replace the hardware. The nut for the pivot on one had backed out and is long gone, while the clamping bolts on both are rusted solid to the half-moon nut.

No amount of penetrant helped on the clamp bolt. The half-moon nut started rounding itself out on the lever, and its difficult to apply force to the half-moon nut without damaging it (and you're liable to nick the chrome of the lever doing so). Had to cut one off. I expect the same of the one I haven't removed yet.

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