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Old 11-15-19, 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
I'll send you a hand full that I have replaced because they all split sooner or later. I found they all get that characteristic single split in the pulley. Unfortunately, I only have red, green, and silver on hand. But it will be your choice.
Silver it is. Drop me a PM when you're ready to go. I'm in packing mode this weekend for a frameset, some electronics and other parts. I'll get the rings ready to go while I'm at it.

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ISO 27 mm seat post and binder bolt for Centurion Ironman I am building for my daughter. I don't have much to trade as far as seat posts go but do have a pair of Exage brakes , a new 14-28 7 speed Sunrace freewheel & some assorted chain rings someone might need. I can also do Paypal
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Pretty sure I have a 27.0 in The Lab. Yours for the price of postage.
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ISO Camp Record/Super Record brakes/levers/post

Trying to finish off my Eroica build in a non hodge-podge fashion.

Looking for fluted 27.2 post, drilled Super Record brake levers, Record/Super Record brakes with recessed nuts

I have all kinds of later Campy parts (C-Record era but not C Record), stems in the 110-130 range, hubs. Campy 10 speed parts include brakes, cranks, 12-23 cassette. Also have a set of Record nutted brakes. Right now Iím eyeballing a donor bike to get these parts, so keep me from going down that rabbit hole!
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Originally Posted by francophile View Post
That works! Can't argue with the Chasertech pullies, especially if they're blue, that'd pop nicely with what this is going on.

You mind tossing in the old pulleys too? At least one looks to have some life left in it.
Just as an FYI, I bought a couple of sets of these recently

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rear-derail...72.m2749.l2649

They look to be solidly made. The bushing and center flange (where the bushing sits in the wheel) were too wide, but a couple of minutes with a file fixed that. They spin nicely once filed and installed. Havenít ridden them yet as Iím waiting on parts to finish the build.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs View Post
Just as an FYI, I bought a couple of sets of these recently

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rear-derailleur-jockey-wheels-to-fit-Campagnolo-Super-Nuovo-Victory-derailleurs/123885550418?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

They look to be solidly made. The bushing and center flange (where the bushing sits in the wheel) were too wide, but a couple of minutes with a file fixed that. They spin nicely once filed and installed. Haven’t ridden them yet as I’m waiting on parts to finish the build.
Thanks! That seller is really awesome, btw. That's who I purchased the date-matched Campy NR mechs, crank, housings, guides from for $100 to help get my buddy's Le Champion back to stock again, best offer I could get for similar on BF WTB post here was like $225 or something absurd like that. Very legit, fast ship, always has great stuff for sale and reasonable prices.

I hafta say though, it looked like the Chasertech models @Mad Honk brought up are $15/pr, ball bearing. Remind me a lot of the Bullseye pulleys.
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Originally Posted by rccardr View Post
Pretty sure I have a 27.0 in The Lab. Yours for the price of postage.
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Thanks Doc! I would use the old one but I am out of super glue
Always grease your post!
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Originally Posted by TXsailor View Post
Thanks Doc! I would use the old one but I am out of super glue
Always grease your post!
Don't be lye-ing!
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Originally Posted by francophile View Post
Thanks! That seller is really awesome, btw.

I hafta say though, it looked like the Chasertech models @Mad Honk brought up are $15/pr, ball bearing. Remind me a lot of the Bullseye pulleys.
$15 per pair, Iíll definitely look into that.

Originally Posted by TXsailor View Post
Thanks Doc! I would use the old one but I am out of super glue
Always grease your post!
Duct tape should work on that. Ream out the seat tube a little to account for the tape.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs View Post
$15 per pair, Iíll definitely look into that.
https://www.chasertech.com/derailleu...viewfullsite=1
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Old 11-16-19, 11:55 AM
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Plain old 10 tooth Shimano pulley wheels also work well on SR/NR RD's.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs View Post
Just as an FYI, I bought a couple of sets of these recently

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rear-derail...72.m2749.l2649

They look to be solidly made. The bushing and center flange (where the bushing sits in the wheel) were too wide, but a couple of minutes with a file fixed that. They spin nicely once filed and installed. Havenít ridden them yet as Iím waiting on parts to finish the build.
Those look almost identical to the Chinese made pulleys I bought 2 for $2 on eBay out of curiosity, down to the silver instead of bronze bushings and plastic riding directly on the bushing and overall shape.
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Old 11-17-19, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
Francophile,
here is the finished product. hope you like it. Smiles, MH
That looks awesome!
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Old 11-17-19, 10:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post

Francophile,
here is the finished product. hope you like it. Smiles, MH
Wait, where exactly did you get those pulleys? Are they the Chaser pulleys mentioned above by @francophile?
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Yes Dave,
They are The Chaser Tech. I stumbled across these guys about a year ago when looking for Bullseye pulleys. They are very helpful and even sent multiple e-mails back and forth to be sure I got what I wanted. The sealed bearing inside diameter is 7 mm instead of the 6 mm on the Bullseye. That dimension was for the Shimano attaching bolt. When doing the retrofit for Campy, it takes a 5 mm spacer to be inserted in the bearing race to shim to the correct size. That is the gold colored part next to the bearing in the pulley.The shims are bit thick for a good solid fit so I grind the inside of the shim down about 1 mm in insertion depth the shims are aluminum so it only take a second on the abrasive disk. The Chaser tech folks will provide them along with 1 mm spacer washers to center the pulleys, if you ask for them. When I first ordered from them they had multiple colors, gold, purple, green, red, blue, and black. The outer diameter of the pulley is slightly larger than the original nylon ones from Campy, But they seem to work fine. Be sure when shopping that you specify the number of teeth on the pulley, they have multiple selections and it is easy to overlook the 10/11 tooth product description. The original Campy and Bullseye were all 10 tooth (which is the size I use on these). Last time I looked at the site they only had red and black available in 10t. HTH, MH

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Francophile,
Package went out today, you should see it in a few days. Now if you would be so kind; please commence to back flipping and beer chugging! And the video of that would be nice as well! Smiles, MH
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I went looking for MKS/Specialized pedal dustcaps and certain Shimano or Weinmann brake levers (no dice) but found a pair of SunTour friction thumbies. Hoping the pic I
took can be posted, let's see. @dweenk Is this what you are looking for?
I got the shifter I needed but I am interested in the pair that you have. Would you consider a trade or dead presidents?
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Thought about getting some spokes on eBay, then started to question why I'm supporting that business model to give both eBay and PayPal 20% of that seller's profits out of my own pocket.

As such, I'm ISO the following stainless spokes:
  • 270mm (x32)
  • 277mm (x16)
  • 252mm (x16)
I have some 235's, 264's, and 240's sitting around that I could trade. I also need to check the sizes on the wheels I'm de-lacing.

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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
Thought about getting some spokes on eBay, then started to question why I'm supporting that business model to give both eBay and PayPal 20% of that seller's profits out of my own pocket.

As such, I'm ISO the following stainless spokes:
  • 270mm (x32)
  • 277mm (x16)
  • 252mm (x16)
I have some 235's, 264's, and 240's sitting around that I could trade. I also need to check the sizes on the wheels I'm de-lacing.

-Kurt
If you don't find any suitable trades, I would just contact Marcus Moore @ Yojimbo's Garage directly. While he sells on eBay (yojimbos_garage), he's also available via email at yojimbo.chicago@gmail.com.
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As such, I'm ISO the following stainless spokes:
  • 270mm (x32)
  • 277mm (x16)
  • 252mm (x16)
I have several boxes I picked up in a bulk deal. (the usual)

Let me check when I get home today. I've got at least 4-5 boxes, I think they're all complete boxes, all stainless, all are DT Swiss I think?
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FYI, I have the following spokes to trade, all straight gauge and used:
  • 256 / 16
  • 265 / 36
  • 283 / 16
  • 287 / 32
Originally Posted by smontanaro View Post
If you don't find any suitable trades, I would just contact Marcus Moore @ Yojimbo's Garage directly. While he sells on eBay (yojimbos_garage), he's also available via email at yojimbo.chicago@gmail.com.
Thanks, will look into it.

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I have several boxes I picked up in a bulk deal. (the usual)

Let me check when I get home today. I've got at least 4-5 boxes, I think they're all complete boxes, all stainless, all are DT Swiss I think?
That would be perfect if you do have them. Just de-laced the hubs now (though I'm debating re-using my 1946 GH6 Dynohub - someone scraped up the finish on it).

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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
FYI, I have the following spokes to trade, all straight gauge:
  • 256 / 16
  • 265 / 36
  • 283 / 16
  • 287 / 32


Womp womp. This is all I've got as far as boxed goes, if I'm trusting the labels

Of course if you have a spoke threader, you could cut your own, but I think you could do that with some you have already too!

I also have several bundles of used/loose ones, of which I doubt anyone would want and only maybe 75-100 are stainless, probably also DT, but maybe Wheelsmith or whatever the "W" stamped spokes are, I can never remember these days... but they're 1.6 IIRC, which are super skinny.

Edit: These are all DT Swiss Champion series spokes if the box isn't recognizable.


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Wheelsmith "W" stamped on spokeheads were said to have been made by Asahi in Japan. Don't know if true but they are/were fine quality spokes in my book.
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Womp womp. This is all I've got as far as boxed goes, if I'm trusting the labels
Yep, those won't work...unless you have the ones I need in the right size in the collection of loose spokes. I don't mind used ones either.

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