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Dura Ace EX-7200: complete groupset

Old 08-30-21, 07:04 PM
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Dura Ace EX-7200: complete groupset

Dura Ace EX-7200 complete groupset, $400 + shipping

I am selling a complete groupset of Shimano Dura Ace EX-7200, including wheels & some extras.

170 mm cranks, bottom bracket, front derailleur, rear derailleur, chain, shifters, brake levers, front and rear brakes, stem, seat post, TTT handlebars, a Selle Italia Bernard Hinault saddle, both wheels with Dura Ace hubs, tubular Mavic rims, and corresponding EX-7200 cassette.

I also have the appropriate tools for removing the Dyna-drive pedals, and the two headset wrenches, that I bought off Ebay, plus the stem cap was missing but I found an NOS replacement. I also have the adapters for modern pedals, also purchased off Ebay.I bought these off this totally random guy, who said he was given the bike by his neighbor, who was returning to Europe, around 1990.
The components are generally in excellent condition for their age. It must not have been ridden much. I did not clean any of the pieces, this is how I received them.

Note the damage to the headset, since someone tried to loosen it without the appropriate wrench. Also, I was unable to remove one pedal from the crank; I did not try extreme measures since I did not want to risk damaging it.

I live in Westchester county, New York if someone local would like to pick up rather than have shipped.

If you don't want the saddle, handle bars, brake hoods or water bottle cage, the price is still $400.

More pictures on Dropbox here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nwwwts906...YhpKVPg3a?dl=0


I was unable to easily remove the Dyna Drive pedal from that crank








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Old 09-08-21, 05:31 AM
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Dear Pieman, i am interested in the Dura Ace Group Set. Unable to open the link for pictures, kindly send to "loved666@gmail.com" and will take it from there.

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Old 09-09-21, 09:55 AM
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Hey Pieman, I'm interested in your groupset! Could you email me at brpe4094@colorado.edu to chat? Thank you!

I'm restoring a Mercian and this is the exact groupset I need.
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are you still sellin this
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Old 11-15-21, 09:11 PM
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Yes I am! Let me know if you're interested. You can reach me directly at pietranico at gmail. com

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Old 11-17-21, 03:41 PM
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I had a crankset with those oversized pedal threads to allow the pedal foot surface be below the axis of rotation. I loved it! Of course going to look clipless pedals made me get rid of it. Now, I no longer want gears that big. However the sensation that the crank gives lives on in my memory. Good luck with the sale.
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Is this still for sale?

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Is this still for sale?

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Hi there, it has sold. Thanks for the interest!
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