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Old 01-10-20, 10:58 PM
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Orphaned Sunour bar end shifter or parts.

Hi folks,

I recently got a "bargain" set of Suntour bar end shifters. One small problem. The hex nut is missing from one of them and the screw that holds the ratcheting mechanism is the wrong one. It's just a normal threaded screw. Surprise, both of the slotted lock nut were on them. I can make do, but was hoping some one would have these parts.

Cheers,Van Thanks to jethin, the parts are on their way!

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Originally Posted by curbtender View Post
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Sometimes older cables start to fray in there also.
I checked the cable and I have wd 40 flushed it multiple times. Itís currently working, I recently had my lbs help me with the bike. It started shifting rough and I made it worse. Turned out to be a bent hanger and worn out chain, as well as my shifter on its way out. I just wanted a back up for when it does finally break.

I know there are other brands like micro shift, but iím concerned with my ultegra being 20 years old, even a 9 speed micro shift shimano compatible will not function properly with it. I also donít want to drop 150 on shifters, when I plan on replacing the bike when I can. I just donít know how long it will be before I can replace it.
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00 View Post
Hi folks,

I recently got a "bargain" set of Suntour bar end shifters. One small problem. The hex nut is missing from one of them and the screw that holds the ratcheting mechanism is the wrong one. It's just a normal threaded screw. Surprise, both of the slotted lock nut were on them. I can make do, but was hoping some one would have these parts.

Cheers,

Van
. I think I have the parts you need. Iíll pm.
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ISO: A new home for these:

28* tubular

32 hole tubular back two is a set

36* tubular front s balsa filled possibly a Schreeren

Sram has a malfunctioning left side possibly a washer missing? Shimsano are both seven speed.
The usual, cost of shipping, PM me with info
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
So far a couple of requests for shift levers and one rim. I am gonna have to go to the junk yard with a lot of these rims. Aber shade! Smiles, MH
I hope you won't have to. Sent you a PM
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ISO: 1 1/8" threadless fork. 362-368 axle-to-crown, 45mm rake. Short reach brakes (39-49) Prefer fender eyelets; prefer silver or black, can work with other colours and no eyelets too. Carpet fibre ok.
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Originally Posted by Ferrouscious View Post
*SNIP* Carpet fibre ok.
Why this specification? In-joke?
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Old 01-13-20, 11:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
Why this specification? In-joke?
"Carbon fiber"
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No I think it is real. Any steel is real person will tell you carbon fibre is not the same. And the joke is about the fibres in the matrix, you could put carpet fibers in some parts and still come up with something that will look good and possibly work. Still a good analogy/joke Smiles, MH
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Editing this for easier reading: I bought the wrong size spokes from an eBay seller (he cut and roll-threaded them accurately I just gave him the wrong sizes!)

If anybody can use these 32 total, 2 lengths-16 each, black stainless, Sapim DB 2.0 x 1.8 x 2.0 (14g/15g/14g) just let me know
269mm (16X)
271mm (16X).
basically new, I just handled them and oiled the threads, sold to me with no nipples but will toss in the brass 12mm ASAHIS I was going to use... I paid $35 (goods and shipping)

Happy to trade for items but I am a "sales permitted member" so can move this into "sales" if there's a money transaction, PM me.

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ISO 28 hole front hubs

Hi folks,

The co-op in Salem. OR where I volunteer started a wheel building program a year ago. When it began we had a stock of about 50 NOS rim that had come to us from shops in the area that had closed or others that considered them stale inventory. They were a mix of styles and hole counts.

Now, having used available recycled/rebuilt hubs with applicable hole count, we are down to about a dozen 28 hole rims. So, we need some 28 hole front hubs to continue the program. They don’t need to be anything special, just serviceable and rebuildable. Also, they don’t need skewers. We have a multitude of vintage parts to trade.

Thanks in advance.

Van

I failed to mention that this is a training program which builds wheels for our Earn-a-bike program.

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Old 01-19-20, 01:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
Thanks folks! Turbo rim. Sun rim and Scheeren are all that is left. All shifters have found new homes. Adding to the in search of a new home;
Some clinchers and a couple of complete wheels. Same deal cost of shipping. Smiles,MH
froont two are 32*

Maillard 700 hub and no label aero rim
Hi MH,

This is a long shot, but what is the freewheel on that Maillard hub? Is it a Suntour? And if so, is it French threaded? Normally the Suntour freewheels that are French threaded have markings on the boss that takes the freewheel remover. Like this:

If it is a Suntour with these "metric" markings I would do whatever it takes to get it in my hands.
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Originally Posted by Ferrouscious View Post
Carpet fibre ok.
Originally Posted by Unca_Sam View Post
Why this specification? In-joke?
Hence a new derogatory term for carbon bikes is born
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Hence a new derogatory term for carbon bikes is born
Much better than "carbonflybar"
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
SC,
Unfortunately no markings on the inner boss of the freewheel. And yes, it is Suntour5 speed using the two prong remover. If ya want it let me know, I am just trying to satisfy the War Department that says I have too much bike stuff here. It will look much better in your shop than mine! Smiles, MH
Ah I know what you mean. Well there's no better time to get into Suntour cog futures than now, I guess. I'm meaning to make an "ultra-5" (five speeds in the place of four) franken-freewheel for the Herse and yours will increase my cog diversity in the small end if nothing else.

And to anyone who's reading this, I would really really like a Suntour Perfect or Pro Compe with the "metric" markings. Otherwise I'm going to have to either feed myself to the dogs on Ebay (already been burned twice in this quest) or do some janky weld-and-cut for French threads on an existing freewheel body. I would like to avoid that if possible.
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ISO: Vintage road and mtb parts

Hi all, I'm currently on the hunt for the following parts for my 70's Gitane, '70's Di Lorenzo and '91 Zaskar:Huret downtube cable guide
Huret top tube cable clamps
Stronglight bottom bracket Ė French thread 118mm length. Would also consider Campy
front Mafac racer/competition brake mounting bolt (looking for a nice shiny one, I already have a perfectly functional one)
Simplex seatpost
French bottle cages

Magura hs33 or hs22 left lever (the whole unit, with clamp etc) for a raceline rebuild

Weyless (the vintage 70s one) 27.2 seatpost. Would also consider other smaller sizes

I have plenty of stuff to trade, some valuable/rare, some not. I'm also happy to pay for anything on the list.

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by scarlson View Post
.And to anyone who's reading this, I would really really like a Suntour Perfect or Pro Compe with the "metric" markings. Otherwise I'm going to have to either feed myself to the dogs on Ebay (already been burned twice in this quest) or do some janky weld-and-cut for French threads on an existing freewheel body. I would like to avoid that if possible.
Check you PMs, I think I found a couple for you.
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SC, The freewheel came right off, Looks like someone actually slathered some Campy grease liberally on the threads. I locked the freewheel down and loosened the rings. If you have a FW body they should screw right back down. PM me the shipping addy. Do you want the ENG hub as well I am going to break the wheel down tonight as the spokes are too close to the rim tape for my comfort level. Smiles, MH
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Available: Bluemels Lightweight fenders

I have a set of white Bluemels Lightweight fenders in well-used but pretty acceptable condition--some straightenable minor bends in the stays and hardware, but no breaks or cracks in the fenders themselves as far as I can see.

I would like to trade them for a set of Suntour barcons. Everybody has a few sets of those lying around, right?

Lazily not posting pictures now. But at the first faint expression of interest from anyone, I will snap a few and throw them up here.
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SC, The freewheel came right off, Looks like someone actually slathered some Campy grease liberally on the threads. I locked the freewheel down and loosened the rings. If you have a FW body they should screw right back down. PM me the shipping addy. Do you want the ENG hub as well I am going to break the wheel down tonight as the spokes are too close to the rim tape for my comfort level. Smiles, MH
OK thank you! I don't really need the hub I don't think, but if the alternative is the trash I can find a use for it. PM on the way
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I have a set of white Bluemels Lightweight fenders in well-used but pretty acceptable condition--some straightenable minor bends in the stays and hardware, but no breaks or cracks in the fenders themselves as far as I can see.

I would like to trade them for a set of Suntour barcons. Everybody has a few sets of those lying around, right?

Lazily not posting pictures now. But at the first faint expression of interest from anyone, I will snap a few and throw them up here.
Iím glad to do that trade, Jon. Have any trips planned to the Boston area coming up?
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Iím glad to do that trade, Jon. Have any trips planned to the Boston area coming up?
Okay, Neal, done! I'll PM you a couple of photos today or tomorrow so you can see what you're getting.

I'm going to be in Brooklyn early next month, but the train doesn't go through Boston, so I guess I'll have to find a big box and mail them. At least they're the Lightweight model.
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Okay, Neal, done! I'll PM you a couple of photos today or tomorrow so you can see what you're getting.

I'm going to be in Brooklyn early next month, but the train doesn't go through Boston, so I guess I'll have to find a big box and mail them. At least they're the Lightweight model.
Email is probably best: lerner.n@gmail.com

Send me your mailing info via that route, and I'll get those barcons out to you asap.
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