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Old 11-27-22, 02:54 PM
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Anyone need parts from a Simplex derailleur?
It's hopelessly broken, but there are usable parts

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Old 11-27-22, 07:12 PM
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I'm looking for a 40 hole Phil Wood front hub for my next project. The bike is a 70's Santana tandem I found on the side of the road for free. No front wheel, though. Rear wheel is a 48 hole Phil with a Super Champion rim.



I just happen to have a 40 hole Super Champion that I can use for the front, and I even have a 40 hole Hadley hub, which I understand is pretty nice, but it'll stick out next to this ratty, old Phil.



If anyone has an old 40 hole Phil and wants to trade for this shiny, newish Hadley that'd be great. Or maybe you'd trade for something else, and that would also be great.

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Schweinhund View Post
Don't have a specific build in mind, so yes? even 126 is on the table, lol.
What I'm trying to match

Here's my findings: I have one built FRONT wheel with that hub, but does you no good, plus the rim is a silver Bontrager "Corvair".
HOWever, if you want to make a project I did fine a never-built WTB rim that looks like a very close dark gray color to your Maverick, but it's s different model.
28-hole WTB Speed Master (sticker also says 23 and 11.3) it's got machined brake surface side wall, double wall and eyelet-ed.
As I say it's never built but have to point out there was some shop or shipping damage" a small gouge to one small area on the edge of the rim and part of that braking surface that was touched up with black paint and 'smoothed out', I don't think it affects strength or braking but YMMV, only need to be fully transparent cause the shop was when I bought this years ago, I can take a pic but it's smaller than a dime.
If this is interesting then PM me.
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Old 11-28-22, 06:32 PM
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I did a little work on the left pedal from post #5376. It needs a little more encouragement to get back to the original shape Can someone provide a measurement to help me determine how far to go? Or is it the same as the SL pedal?
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Now all I need is another dust cap.
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Old 11-29-22, 11:37 PM
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I need the washer...
Check with Scott at SD Bicycle Garage.

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If the link doesn't work, just Google it, or you can copy the address and paste it into a new window and remove the "s" from https.
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Old 11-30-22, 06:37 AM
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@SurferRosa - Thanks! Got a washer. Just trying to justify $40+ for a pair of caps!
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Old 11-30-22, 08:09 AM
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Tektro 559 trade recessed for nutted...

I've got a brand new front & rear set of Tektro 559 calipers with recessed mounting....... &amp; I need a nutted set instead. Anyone?<br />Thx

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Old 12-04-22, 07:09 AM
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Deore LX M565 m65t cantilever-brake pad holders
trade for cable fixing nut/.washer for Deore RD-M735
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Old 12-04-22, 12:29 PM
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Have 135bcd 42t campy chainring
Want 135bcd 46t or 48t or 50t campy chainring
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Have 144bcd 49t campy chainring (current chainrings are 52 / 49 so want to get more range)
Want 144bcd 46t or 44t or 42t or 40t or 38t ... campy chainring
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Originally Posted by JacobLee View Post
I'm looking for a 40 hole Phil Wood front hub for my next project. The bike is a 70's Santana tandem I found on the side of the road for free. No front wheel, though. Rear wheel is a 48 hole Phil with a Super Champion rim.



I just happen to have a 40 hole Super Champion that I can use for the front, and I even have a 40 hole Hadley hub, which I understand is pretty nice, but it'll stick out next to this ratty, old Phil.

If anyone has an old 40 hole Phil and wants to trade for this shiny, newish Hadley that'd be great. Or maybe you'd trade for something else, and that would also be great.

Thanks!
Okay, scratch that! I had assumed that the rear wheel that came on this tandem actually fit; it doesn't. It's a 48 hole Phil, but the O.L.D. is 130 and the frame is 140. I'm not interested in trying to re-space it.

So, now I'm just looking for a 140mm 40 hole rear tandem hub of any make, really. Not going to get too picky with this thing, I'd just like to try to make it whole. I've got a selection of pretty cool hubs to trade, if you're interested.

Thanks!
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Old 12-05-22, 06:06 AM
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Originally Posted by JacobLee View Post

So, now I'm just looking for a 140mm 40 hole rear tandem hub of any make, really. Not going to get too picky with this thing, I'd just like to try to make it whole. I've got a selection of pretty cool hubs to trade, if you're interested.


Thanks!

I don't really believe you mean that. Because if so... Atom drum brake Actually have a pair of tandem wheels, complete with Motobecane axle nuts (I kinda like them) on 27" steel rigida rims.
Well dang, went out and counted to be sure and it's a heavy duty 36. sorry.
If you want to borrow the wheel til you get what you're looking for, pm me.

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Old 12-05-22, 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Schweinhund View Post
I don't really believe you mean that. Because if so... Atom drum brake Actually have a pair of tandem wheels, complete with Motobecane axle nuts (I kinda like them) on 27" steel rigida rims.
Well dang, went out and counted to be sure and it's a heavy duty 36. sorry.
If you want to borrow the wheel til you get what you're looking for, pm me.
I meant that if someone had a 40 hole 140mm rear tandem hub, I'd be happy to trade, for instance: a 36 hole 126mm American Classic rear hub, or a pair of Suzue sealed bearing 36 hole 100/126mm hubs, or even this 48 hole 130mm Phil rear hub. Thanks for the loan offer, but shipping wheels just seems prohibitively expensive these days, so I think it's just the hub I'm after.

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Old 12-05-22, 02:49 PM
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Originally Posted by JacobLee View Post
I meant that if someone had a 40 hole 140mm rear tandem hub, I'd be happy to trade, for instance: a 36 hole 126mm American Classic rear hub, or a pair of Sansin sealed bearing 36 hole 100/126mm hubs, or even this 48 hole 130mm Phil rear hub. Thanks for the loan offer, but shipping wheels just seems prohibitively expensive these days, so I think it's just the hub I'm after.

Thanks!
I understand what you meant, but sometimes I'm an any port in a storm kinda guy. So I offered it up,
since it is 140...
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Old 12-05-22, 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Schweinhund View Post
I understand what you meant, but sometimes I'm an any port in a storm kinda guy. So I offered it up,
since it is 140...
Oh I get it, you were offering a 36 hole 140mm Atom drum brake hub. Sorry, I misunderstood. That's a cool idea, actually, but I'm holding out for 40 holes.

Thanks again!
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ISO: Maillard freewheel removal tool: Bicycle Research CT-3 or VAR-405 (will probably only need it for about a minute).

Found the Maillard helicomatic removal tool on this thread so fingers crossed
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ISO: Maillard freewheel removal tool: Bicycle Research CT-3 or VAR-405 (will probably only need it for about a minute).

Found the Maillard helicomatic removal tool on this thread so fingers crossed
Do you not have an LBS that likes beer/La Croix and would pop it off for you?
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I think I have the BR tool, but not inclined to let it go (I use it about once a decade). Are you sure you need to OWN this or could you just borrow it?
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Iso: a vintage style 27.0 seatpost and a triple crankset for a trek touring build. Doesn't have to be anything too fancy, but no straight pillar please. I have plenty of trade fodder so just let me know what you are looking for.
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Iso: a vintage style 27.0 seatpost and a triple crankset for a trek touring build. Doesn't have to be anything too fancy, but no straight pillar please. I have plenty of trade fodder so just let me know what you are looking for.
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Originally Posted by SJX426 View Post
@SurferRosa - Thanks! Got a washer. Just trying to justify $40+ for a pair of caps!
I feel your pain. I ended up buying a dozen aluminum SKS ones and removing the "SKS" logo.
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Sunshine Skewer, 156mm trade for?


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Iso: a vintage style 27.0 seatpost and a triple crankset for a trek touring build. Doesn't have to be anything too fancy, but no straight pillar please. I have plenty of trade fodder so just let me know what you are looking for.
I have several triples...any preferences, like brand, crank length, range of gears, age?
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Old 12-10-22, 08:48 AM
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150 pages ago in this thread I'd posted a wanted for one of these. Still haven't found one yet. They guy who was offering them stateside didn't even write back when I had asked about posting one up here. I mean, come on! It would fit in an envelope - easy to do. Oh well.

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Iso: a vintage style 27.0 seatpost and a triple crankset for a trek touring build. Doesn't have to be anything too fancy, but no straight pillar please. I have plenty of trade fodder so just let me know what you are looking for.
I suspect @clubman will have something far better - but if he doesn't have something you can use I have a Shimano Exage Mountain (FC-M450) in 175mm that would be available sans chainrings. I also have the bottom bracket for same (English thread/68mm), but both cups and spindle have a fair amount of pitting. Pretty sure the BB would work well enough until you could find something better, though.

Please PM me on or before 20 Dec if you need it, as it may be in storage after that date.
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Eisentrauts

Hi there. I'm on the hunt for a 56-ish Eisentraut A, B, Limited, custom or whatever. I'd love a complete bike but frames or welcome.

Please don't forward me ebay or craigslist links unless they're yours.

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