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Old 04-25-20, 03:07 PM
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Post Campy and Shimano stuff, triple, RDs, and some parts-only freebies

Things I've had in a drawer too long.

Prices include shipping to CONUS and willing to work with international folx.

PP F&F or Venmo preferred.

Some freebies at the bottom that I can throw in the box if you're taking something.

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Campy Mirage 8spd Triple 170mm crankset -- $32 (SOLD)
  • Rings in decent shape (32, 42, 52)
Campy Mirage 8spd Triple rear derailleur -- $18 (SOLD)
  • Dirty but functional, pulleys in good shape
  • Yours for $10 if you're taking the crankset above
Campy Super Record rear derailleur -- $38 (SOLD)
  • PAT 84
  • Rider quality, one edge of cage is worn
  • Replacement Suntour Superbe pulleys are sharky
Campy Chorus 10 speed rear derailleur -- $38 (SOLD)
  • Missing pulleys, otherwise good shape
  • Previous owner tried to use the pulleys elsewhere and lost them
Campy NR(?) seatpost 27.4 -- $25
  • Has been sanded down towards the base, but could be taken down to a smaller diameter
  • Or use the hardware and ditch the post
Shimano FD-5501 105 front derailleur -- $18
  • Some surface crust on clamp
  • Slight rub wear inside cage, good shape overall
Specialized stem -- $15
  • 140mm reach, 26mm clamp
  • Nicks and scratches across, has been slammed (see pics)
Free parts (if taking any of the above)
  • Suntour Sprint rear brake (GONE)
  • Shimano FD 7400 (limit screws borked, for parts)
  • Suntour Cyclone 7000 pedals (one needs repack) (GONE)
PM me with questions!

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Old 04-25-20, 03:09 PM
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PM sent on the Mirage crank, RD & ST pedals.
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Dang... If Mitch leave any of the mirage behind, I'd take it, gratefully.
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Originally Posted by malcala622 View Post
Dibs SR RD
No longer being held for you, waited a week after the initial DM and didn't see payment or communication. Dibs usually means you're ready to go.

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PM sent on the Mirage crank, RD & ST pedals.
Thanks for the smooth transaction, enjoy the triple, Mike!
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PM sent on Chorus RD.
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PM sent on Chorus RD.
Replied, and Chorus RD now pending.
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Is the post sanded down to 27.4, or was that the original size? If it was the original size, what is it sanded down to?
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No longer being held for you...
If that means the Super Record RD is available, I'm a ready buyer. I already sent you a PM just a moment ago. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by lostarchitect View Post
Is the post sanded down to 27.4, or was that the original size? If it was the original size, what is it sanded down to?
The original size is 27.4, but it was sanded down to fit a 27.2 seat tube. I'll take a caliper to the entire post this morning and will reply with the minimum measurements and any anomolies.

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If that means the Super Record RD is available, I'm a ready buyer. I already sent you a PM just a moment ago. Thanks!
Thanks! Will reply in a moment.
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Thanks billytwosheds Payment sent & replied to PM with shipping address.
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Seriously? You send me a PM last night at 8:48pm asking if I'd take the SR rear derailleur as partial trade for some parts I'm selling, I send you a PM back less that 12 hours later stating I would, but you've already sold it to someone else? Your business ethics could use some work.
Why even ask me if I was interested if you had no intention of giving a person a reasonable amount of time to reply to YOUR pm?
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Originally Posted by nesteel View Post
Seriously? You send me a PM last night at 8:48pm asking if I'd take the SR rear derailleur as partial trade for some parts I'm selling, I send you a PM back less that 12 hours later stating I would, but you've already sold it to someone else? Your business ethics could use some work.
Why even ask me if I was interested if you had no intention of giving a person a reasonable amount of time to reply to YOUR pm?
Sounds like we all should take this a little less seriously.

I inquired with you about a possible partial trade (multiple options, nothing traded straight across), and before you replied about any of them, a buyer came through without any hassle.

You could have, of course, asked for clarification in a DM but have instead chosen to flame me in my own FS thread.

I'm trying to be fair to everyone who shows serious interest, and am sorry that the timing here was unfortunate.

Lots of people are stressed right now, and it's probably not a good idea to fight over silly bikes parts.
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Proper etiquette would've been to wait for a reply to a deal YOU initiated. If it were too much "hassle" to work a trade versus a direct sale, why did YOU tender the offer?
As for "serious interest", may I remind you I had expressed "serious interest" before the previous buyer backed out.
Being fair to everyone would've involved you either withdrawing your trade offer to me, or honoring it; your choice.
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Since I'm being made an example of, I'll just mention here that this might be saying more about you nesteel than it does me.

I'm torn.

Do I offer you the other SR RD that I have in my drawer?

Do I (again) try to mediate this over DM and avoid further conflict?

In any case, I'm genuinely sorry for the misunderstanding and wish it were more about finding a peaceful conclusion than flaming people thousands of miles away from you.
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Originally Posted by lostarchitect View Post
Is the post sanded down to 27.4, or was that the original size? If it was the original size, what is it sanded down to?
The post was originally 27.4, and the previous owner tried to sand it into 27.2 but went too far towards the end of the post.

The narrowest I measure is about 26.5mm diameter about 45mm from the bottom of the post. The 27.4 looks untouched for about the first 70mm from the top on down.

So I suppose it could be used as a shorty 27.2 or something in the 26.x range if you were to take the whole post down to a consistent diameter. Hope this helps.
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