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Old 11-13-17, 07:45 PM
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Assorted Bits - Freewheels, Mechs, Seatposts

Hi all -

I've got a few things I'd like to move. Nothing super special, but all in working order. All prices include shipping to CONUS. If someone would like to combine a few things, the price will be adjusted based on actual shipping costs.
If I'm out of line with any asking price, let me know!

Link to Flickr album: https://www.flickr.com/gp/146957722@N07/0jnz28


Crankset:
Suntour Superbe - pretty beat, 170mm arms, 110bcd, 52/42 chainrings - $50 SOLD

Rear Mechs:
Suntour ARX, long cage - good condition - $12.00
Suntour ARX, long cage - better condition, some scratches on cage - $12.00 SOLD
Shimano Crane, short cage - ok condition, replaced pulleys - $12.00 SOLD

Shifters:
Suntour Accushift 6 speed downtube - rider condition - $7.50
Shimano SIS 6 speed thumb shifters - very good condition - $10.00

Front Mechs:
Suntour Compe V - very good condition - $10.00
Campagnolo Record (I think, 1052/NT) - dirty but good condition - $10.00 SOLD
Shimano Light Action FD-Z204 - good condition - $10.00
Shimano Titlist - decent condition - $10.00
Suntour ARX - good condition - $10.00
Suntour ARX number 2- good condition - $10.00
Suntour XC - dirty, a little rusty - $price of shipping as calculated

Freewheels:
Shimano MF-Z015 5 speed 14-28 - very good condition - $17.50 SOLD
Suntour 6 speed 13-24 - a little dirty - $15.00
Suntour Perfect 6 speed 14-30 - good condition - $17.50 SOLD
Suntour 6 speed 13-28 freewheel - good condition - $17.50 SOLD
Shimano MF-Z012 6 speed 14-24 - good condition - $17.50
Maillard 5 speed 14-24 - feels a little gritty, could use a repack - $12.50

Brake Levers:
Weinmann/Carlton brake levers - dirty hoods - $price of shipping SOLD
Dia Compe non-aero brake levers - QR, adjusters, nice hoods - $15.00 SOLD
Shimano 600 non-aero brake levers - no hoods, road rash - $12.50

Seatposts:
Sugino - smooth, 27.2 - $15.00
SR CR - smooth, 27.2 - $12.50
SR Laprade - fluted, 26.4 - $15.00

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Old 11-13-17, 07:51 PM
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Crane rear dr yes I take.

Edit: must work on my caveman talk.

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Old 11-13-17, 08:04 PM
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My DA downtube levers finally will have a same annodized crane.
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I'm in for the ARX RD - Thanks
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Originally Posted by tiredhands View Post
Suntour ARX, long cage - good condition - $12.00
Is this compatible with a Suntour GPX 7-speed group? I'd like to try an inexpensive long cage derailleur with a wider range freewheel just to see if it helps on some hilly routes.
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Originally Posted by canklecat View Post
Is this compatible with a Suntour GPX 7-speed group? I'd like to try an inexpensive long cage derailleur with a wider range freewheel just to see if it helps on some hilly routes.
I haven't tried, but from what I gather based on information found on this forum it doesn't seem like early ARX mechs like this one work with indexed shifters. There isn't any lateral play in the lead pulley, so it would probably be supremely finicky if you were to try to dial it in.
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First round of stuff shipped, and album updated with remaining items. Thanks, all!

Also - is anyone interested in a Bullseye rear hub with 126mm spacing? It's currently laced in and spaced for a single cog in the pictures, but it's a road hub. Cartridge bearings are in great shape, good+ condition overall. How about $65 shipped?

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