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ISO and for trade thread part 5

Old 06-25-20, 03:16 PM
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Hi oneclick! thanks for responding to the search for a Lyotard dust cap. It's got ten sides, ID is about 20 mm OD is about 22mm. I don't care if the logo matches as long as it's the right size and threads which it probably is. Wanted to send PM but am not up to 10 posts yet. You can email:
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I have these if you still need them.

Lyotard pedal caps by Christopher Andress, on Flickr

Lots of them!
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ISO: Simplex Pushrod Rear Derailleur Appropriate to 1958-59 Follis

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...here's a link to the bike. Looking on VeloBase, it appears it might have been originally equipped with either a Simplex Tour de France, or maybe one of the racier ones that came right before the switch to parallelogram designs. So that would include the 543, the Record 60, maybe even one of the Juy series from the 50's, but not the chainstay mounted ones. If you have a Record 60, there's a guy in the UK asking 2100 euro for one. So I wouldn't want to pay more than that.
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Does anyone have a pair or two of Cinelli toe strap buttons, possibly thrown in a bin, that they would be willing to part with? Trade or buy
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Old 06-27-20, 01:30 PM
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Originally Posted by tyler_fred View Post
Does anyone have a pair or two of Cinelli toe strap buttons, possibly thrown in a bin, that they would be willing to part with? Trade or buy
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Cinelli-Toe...-/272962967482
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Old 06-27-20, 05:38 PM
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Looking for a LEFT Shimano 200GS thumbshifter. I built a bike for a friend but the store I got the 7-speed index 200GS thumbshifters only had the right shifter so I used two of them with the one on the left being used in friction mode. He likes symmetry and wants his cable to go over the front of the handlebar like the right shifter does.

It's to match this right shifter.




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Old 06-28-20, 10:06 AM
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ISO 2 x 8 Shimano shifters. Either brifters, bar ends or downtube. Friction is ok too.

have - various things.
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Anyone using Wilderness Trail Bike grease guard hubs?

I have this set of WTB shims for adjusting freeplay, front hub I think. My WTB hubs (which were great hubs) are long gone.
Free to someone who has a use for them.



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Old 06-28-20, 02:58 PM
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Stronglight 122 BCD chainring trade

I think I tried this trade once before, but maybe I dreamed it.

I have a pristine NOS 46-tooth Stronglight 122 BCD chainring with factory drilling. It would be functional on my Model 93 crankset, but it's not the Model 93 style--it would be correct on the later 104/105 cranks, I believe. Ten years ago I would probably have just bolted it on and not worried about it. But it seems like a shame to do that when there's probably a well-used Model 93 ring of the same size somewhere. Since that would meet my needs, it would make more sense to get this NOS ring to someone who would value its NOSness.

Summing up: looking for a 46 tooth--or better yet, a 47-tooth--Model 93 chainring, in at least good condition. Offering my NOS 46-tooth ring in exchange.

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Old 06-28-20, 07:40 PM
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I need N600 pedal toe-clip plates.

I got a pair of toe-clips from another forums member for my Shimano N600 pedals. Unfortunately I don't have the cleat plates that go on top of the toe-clips. I thought my spare set of pedals had them but they don't. Do any of you have a pair of these plates you don't want? They can be from Shimano Dura Ace EX, Shimano 600 Ax or Dura Ace AX pedals. Here's an image of the toe-clip plate I need two of.


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I am looking for a lower cradle for a Syncros Seatpost. I know the seat posts had problems cracking, so I am hoping I can find someone with a broken post with the cradle to spare. This is the rounded piece under the rails. If you have a broken post or a spare cradle, please hit me up!
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Old 06-29-20, 02:41 AM
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8 speed DT levers

Originally Posted by USAZorro View Post
ISO 2 x 8 Shimano shifters. Either brifters, bar ends or downtube. Friction is ok too.

have - various things.
USAZorro, I have a set of 8 speed, 105 DT shift levers. Right lever has index or friction modes. Very good shape with some minor surface scratching. I bought them from BF member Doc, but never used them. I can get pics a bit later today. will pm you.

Upside

Downside, piece of the housing on left shifter missing. Must of happened in storage

Piece of tape covering missing piece of housing.
These levers are available for sale or trade.

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Old 06-29-20, 05:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Miele Man View Post
I need N600 pedal toe-clip plates.

I got a pair of toe-clips from another forums member for my Shimano N600 pedals. Unfortunately I don't have the cleat plates that go on top of the toe-clips. I thought my spare set of pedals had them but they don't. Do any of you have a pair of these plates you don't want? They can be from Shimano 105, Shimano Dura Ace EX, Shimano 600 Ax or Dura Ace AX pedals. Here's an image of the toe-clip plate I need two of.


Thanks and cheers
Just a heads up - the 105 pedals (PD-1050) use a slightly different plate. It doesn't have the raised wings on the side. MIght still be fine for you, depending on what shoes you're using. You can see in this image from the internet:
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Originally Posted by delbiker1 View Post
USAZorro, I have a set of 8 speed, 105 DT shift levers. Right lever has index or friction modes. Very good shape with some minor surface scratching. I bought them from BF member Doc, but never used them. I can get pics a bit later today. will pm you.
Thanks.

While those are some good looking DT shifters and would certainly handle the shifting duty required, and I'm not going to pass up on them if brifters or bar-ends don't appear, I would like to wait a couple days to see if there are some out there. I feel better if my wife doesn't have to take her hands off the bars to shift.
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Old 06-29-20, 06:37 AM
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Originally Posted by AeroGut View Post
Just a heads up - the 105 pedals (PD-1050) use a slightly different plate. It doesn't have the raised wings on the side. MIght still be fine for you, depending on what shoes you're using. You can see in this image from the internet:
Thanks. I removed the 105 type from my request. Not having much luck with these. The fellow I bought the bike from couldn't find the N600 pedals that belonged to it and the fellow I bought the toe-clips from can't find the plates.

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I need a 1" fork crown race that's a narrower diameter than most. I fixed up a Fiori Venezia that had a Campagnolo Triomphe groupset on it.

I stripped the Fiori Venezia of all the Triomphe components including the headset.

I then began building the Fiori Venezia up with other things I had here.

The crown race on the Fiori Venezia had a narrower diameter than does the headset I used. I had shimmed the crown race. However the guy I sold the bike to does not like/trust a shimmed crown race. So...

I need a crown race that's narrow like the Triomphe one that came with the bike originally or a complete headset of the proper crown race size. This is a standard 1" fork.

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ISO: Any generic 100mm front disc hub for a video project where I show how to adjust a cable-operated disc brake.

Even better if it has a disc on it (I'll find out what diameter will work in the morning - will check the fork).

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I need a 1" fork crown race... The crown race on the Fiori Venezia had a narrower diameter than does the headset I used. I had shimmed the crown race. However the guy I sold the bike to does not like/trust a shimmed crown race.
A couple things you could do ...

- Measure the fork crown to determine the race needed.
- Use a knurling tool on the fork crown to enlarge the diameter.
- Use a Loctite retaining compound, as shown below.

https://www.henkel-adhesives.com/us/...compounds.html
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa View Post
A couple things you could do ...

- Measure the fork crown to determine the race needed.
- Use a knurling tool on the fork crown to enlarge the diameter.
- Use a Loctite retaining compound, as shown below.

https://www.henkel-adhesives.com/us/...compounds.html
Bought a Triomphe headset on Ebay today. All is good.

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Bought a Triomphe headset on Ebay today. All is good.

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This entire saga made me chuckle.
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Old 06-30-20, 01:56 PM
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This entire saga made me chuckle.
Glad that you found my difficulties amusing. We can all use a chuckle in these trying times.

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If three posts constitutes a "saga", what would you call the empty box and sealed box threads?
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Looky here now Pogue!
I did finally open the box! but I wasn't selling the new in un-opened box brake levers. Epic is at least 100 posts. Saga has to be less. Har Har! MH
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ISO:
  • A French headset. Something 1960's-looking, but functional. I'm going down the rabbit hole of trying to builda French bike again. Don't ask.
  • A SRAM X-5 9-speed right hand MTB shifter.
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madpogue, I'll agree with Mad Honk. Those empty box / sealed box threads were epic, and probably some type of shared mania. What a great time to be alive!
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Basic new/newish Shimano Left black break lever, and a preferably black thumb friction shifter for mtb flat bar.

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