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Old 10-09-20, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by kross57 View Post
Like these?


Yessir, those are it.

Kinda silly, many have never seen them on Pmounnts but they were used on them plenty.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
I'm not the definitive expert on this, but I think Suntour's only indexing was Accushift, which will need the specially spaced freewheels and cassettes for 'perfect' indexing. They had 6 and 7 speed indexed thumbies for ATB's, but without that idiomatic spacing, you're probably only going to get mediocre indexed shifting.

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You said Suntour, and I automatically assumed you wanted to stick with them. Unless you're using an Accushift cluster, there's no need to stick with them. It's probable that modern "el-cheapo" will accomplish the task just as well as a 6 speed-era Shimano indexed thumbie (if such a thing was made).
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^^^^^ What Unca Sam said. If the bike has standard spaced cogs, Sram or Shimano indexing thumbies should work. Specially spaced cogs will be an endless frustration for her unless she has the compatible shifters.
Hey Unca and dweenk,

I don't see any reference to Accushift on the downtube shifters, and the rear mech has no decals, only a "SUNTOUR" stamped on the front. Rear mech is also the open style, short cage that you can pull the chain out of with out opening the chain. Cluster is the impossible to wear out, 14-32 square edged cogs inscibed with "Suntour, Perfect,(in Italics) Made in Japan".
I think this means it is NOT Accushift. I can post photos if there is any question. Would be delighted to not have to put another derailluer and cluster on the back if "el cheapos" or even some nice old "non accushift" Shimanos will work.
THANKS and I will watch for response.
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
Yessir, those are it.

Kinda silly, many have never seen them on Pmounnts but they were used on them plenty.
I don't mind sending them out to you, as long as you pay the shipping. Just sitting in my parts bin. Send me a PM.
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Originally Posted by Nubra View Post
Hey Unca and dweenk,

I don't see any reference to Accushift on the downtube shifters, and the rear mech has no decals, only a "SUNTOUR" stamped on the front. Rear mech is also the open style, short cage that you can pull the chain out of with out opening the chain. Cluster is the impossible to wear out, 14-32 square edged cogs inscibed with "Suntour, Perfect,(in Italics) Made in Japan".
I think this means it is NOT Accushift. I can post photos if there is any question. Would be delighted to not have to put another derailluer and cluster on the back if "el cheapos" or even some nice old "non accushift" Shimanos will work.
THANKS and I will watch for response.
Cheers!
In that case, I have a pair of NIB Shimano thumbies (actually more like Rapid Fire in that there is a lever and button). Model is SL-TX30 SIS index. These are resin body shifters with the internal cables. PM me if interested.
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
Yessir, those are it.

Kinda silly, many have never seen them on Pmounnts but they were used on them plenty.
How many do you need?
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26.6 seat post

I need a seat post for a 1980s Nishiki Olympic 12. My guess is 26.6 based on Sheldon and a quick measure with old calipers. rider quality is fine.
my good calipers are hiding. If you have seen them, tell them to come home and I will give them a better battery and put them in their case.
I have some random stuff for trade, or will purchase. Let me know what ya need and maybe we can both win.
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Old 10-09-20, 04:51 PM
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ISO a pair of Shimano three hole toe clips.RX100, 105, 600, plastic, metal, whatever. User grade, size large.

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I am looking for some Gold Anodized Galli front and rear derailers, anyone have any that they want to part with?
Thanks, Ben

this one or later...FD needs to be a clamp-on type. Thanks

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Old 10-09-20, 08:39 PM
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Thanks, Dave, but I've sourced a pair.

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Thanks, Dave, but I've sourced a pair.

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Somebody out there must need a pair of pre-tri-color 600 pedals with toe clips - Iíve been trying to give them away for years!
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Somebody out there must need a pair of pre-tri-color 600 pedals with toe clips - Iíve been trying to give them away for years!
give them away? I sourced a pair of 6207 pedals that i paired with 105 clips, but i wouldn't mind spares. Those dust caps are fragile!
I'm not sure what I have to offer in trade, what are you looking for?
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Somebody out there must need a pair of pre-tri-color 600 pedals with toe clips - Iíve been trying to give them away for years!
If you absolutely HAVE to get rid of them I'm sure I could find them a good home. Maybe powdercoated black on the C'dale Black Lightning?

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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Somebody out there must need a pair of pre-tri-color 600 pedals with toe clips - Iíve been trying to give them away for years!
hmmm
now that Iíve found a seat post those pedals might work out well on my 83 Nishiki Olympic build if they still need a home.
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now that Iíve found a seat post those pedals might work out well on my 83 Nishiki Olympic build if they still need a home.
A Canadian member has dibs, but stay tuned if shipping gets ridiculous and makes it not worth it.
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Posting on behalf of another BF'er over in this thread: https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-v...-problems.html

They could use a proper Stronglight P3 or V4 headset for a PX10 build that's otherwise proper.

I have a stack of P3/V4/S5 parts. After digging, I'm a P3 top nut and Stronglight crown race away from having enough to donate OP a complete P3 headset. Don't suppose anyone can pitch in so we can help OP get a proper headset on their PX10?
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ISO DT Power Shifters

Have for trade pretty nice Stem shifter Power Shifters. Nice clicking action on the right. Smooth on the left.



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How many do you need?
Got some, Tx!
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Originally Posted by Classtime View Post
Have for trade pretty nice Stem shifter Power Shifters. Nice clicking action on the right. Smooth on the left.



I have some of the earlier ones with the 4 or 5 grooves that don't use covers, let me know and I'll dig them out.
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I have some of the earlier ones with the 4 or 5 grooves that don't use covers, let me know and I'll dig them out.
like these? That would be great. Some have a black plastic side cover. I doubt it makes a difference. All silver is cooler. They will be shifting a VGT (3rd Style) on my 73 GS.

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Originally Posted by Classtime View Post
like these? That would be great. Some have a black plastic side cover. I doubt it makes a difference. All silver is cooler. They will be shifting a VGT (3rd Style) on my 73 GS.

Yep, like those with the black covers, could probably be wire wheeled off.

I'll do some digging.
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I have some NOS orphan P3 parts, I think. I'll dig them out tomorrow and get back to you.

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Posting on behalf of another BF'er over in this thread: https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-v...-problems.html

They could use a proper Stronglight P3 or V4 headset for a PX10 build that's otherwise proper.

I have a stack of P3/V4/S5 parts. After digging, I'm a P3 top nut and Stronglight crown race away from having enough to donate OP a complete P3 headset. Don't suppose anyone can pitch in so we can help OP get a proper headset on their PX10?
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ISO late eighties/early 90s Schwinn headbadge:



This one.

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Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
I don't think that the Super Course was fitted with Cyclones until the model was made with forged Sun Tour dropouts and it came in either red or gold (no chrome). That model did appear in the 1977 catalogue, but I don't think that's what you have.

The preceding year's catalog lists the Huret Challenger as the derailleur that was equipped.

This said, I wouldn't blame you for wanting a Cyclone. They are a great derailleur - just not original to your bicycle.

Thanks to Mark Bulgier, and our own Kurt Kaminer for the catalog scans.

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I have a Challenger in the parts bin, from memory in good condition except the badge is broken at the top; I believe that stickers of the same print are available on Ebay - never bought one as I have yet had no use for this. If you want to go that route pm me and I'll go take pics.
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ISO one dust cap for a Lyotard 460 pedal, in decent condition. I've quite a lot of trade bait.
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