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Old 03-07-18, 09:40 PM
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I revised my search query on ebay to the correct "Shimano 6207 Crankset" and found quite a few for sale in the US and in Southern California as well.
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Shimano 8-speed downtube shifters

I have a used set of 7-speed Shimano 105 indexing downtube shifters that I'd like to trade for a similar 8-speed set.

Yes, I know you can use them in friction mode for any number of cogs. That's what I'd do if it were my bike. But it's not my bike.

I also have other trade goods that I'd offer for the 8-speed shifters, including an intact set of 7-speed brifters (also Shimano), although I think they're cosmetically mismatched.
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Anybody out there have either a Brooks B67 or a B68? My Ross Eurotour is looking for some class.
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Yup, and 10 posts before posting url...
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Originally Posted by 9volt View Post
Looking for a Suntour MTB stem like this. Lots to trade.

Just came across it browsing and remembered you were looking so I thought I'd pass it along.

https://m.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Sunto...gAAOSwn7JYCkDp
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Originally Posted by rccardr View Post
The Shimano 600 group sold in 1987 was a combination of 6207 and 6208 parts. The indexed shifters, RD and brake levers had 6208 part numbers, but everything else was marked 6207.

Hubs should be 6207 and would be freewheel, not freehub. You can make a 6400 freehub work with 6 cogs and the correct spacers. There's a guy on eBay who will make you a set of spacers to fit; he's a machinist who sells tools and spacers. You can find him by looking up shims/spacers on eBay.
Hello Doc,
I think I have two options here. Soon I will have a nice 700c clincher wheelset with the Mavic MA-40 rims and the 6400 freehub. If you were in my position, would you consider acquiring the Tricolor 6400 RD, FD, chain and shifters that match the freehub, or go with the Shimano 6207/6208 Group and replace the 6400 freehub with 6208? that is assuming a 6208 freehub will fit on the wheel. I also like your idea of modifying the 6400 freehub with spacers, then the bike will be back to original components.
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Old 03-11-18, 05:56 AM
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I think either option will work just fine, unless you are concerned about the matchy-matchy.
Tricolor shifters are bit more robust, but I like the polished metal look of the 6208.
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ISO Huret Allvit Derailleurs

ISO a pair of Huret Allvit deraileurs for a Raleigh Royale. The originals seem to have disappeared into the black hole of bike parts. They do not need to be pristine, just functional and clean enough that Evaporust can do its job.
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Originally Posted by dweenk View Post
ISO a pair of Huret Allvit deraileurs for a Raleigh Royale.
By "a pair" do you mean front and rear? I'll dig around in the pile at the shop.
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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
By "a pair" do you mean front and rear? I'll dig around in the pile at the shop.
Poorly stated on my part - but yes, a front and rear with claw. I have "organized" my parts a couple of times. That appears to have been a mistake.
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I have this rear if you need it

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Originally Posted by dweenk View Post
ISO a pair of Huret Allvit deraileurs for a Raleigh Royale. The originals seem to have disappeared into the black hole of bike parts. They do not need to be pristine, just functional and clean enough that Evaporust can do its job.
I think I have that pair, pulled from an early 60s Raleigh road bike. I'll check in a bit.
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I have this rear if you need it

9Volt,

I may take you up on that, right now I'm waiting to hear if nlerner has a front and rear.
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Originally Posted by dweenk View Post
9Volt,

I may take you up on that, right now I'm waiting to hear if nlerner has a front and rear.
Here's what I have:







All yours for the cost of shipping a medium-sized USPS Priority Mail box.
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Originally Posted by nlerner View Post
Here's what I have:

All yours for the cost of shipping a medium-sized USPS Priority Mail box.
I'll take them. Send me a PM please.
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Still hoping someone has an extra hood they wish to part with. Like this one:
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Shifters

I have a set of RX100 8sp.
Originally Posted by jonwvara View Post
I have a used set of 7-speed Shimano 105 indexing downtube shifters that I'd like to trade for a similar 8-speed set.

Yes, I know you can use them in friction mode for any number of cogs. That's what I'd do if it were my bike. But it's not my bike.

I also have other trade goods that I'd offer for the 8-speed shifters, including an intact set of 7-speed brifters (also Shimano), although I think they're cosmetically mismatched.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
I have a set of RX100 8sp.

Thanks, Robbie, but I've already obtained a pair through the generosity of Jim Muller.
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I SO: Viscount axle skewer

A final detail to complete my long termed 76 Aerospace Pro, need only one axle skewer and for the rear. Though if only a front is available, I could do a thread rod rework for rear application.

Let me know your needs for trade. Have 70s / 80s parts.
Thank you+
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Originally Posted by crank_addict View Post
A final detail to complete my long termed 76 Aerospace Pro, need only one axle skewer and for the rear. Though if only a front is available, I could do a thread rod rework for rear application.
Do you need a Viscount skewer or is any skewer ok? If any is ok let me know the axle width and I'll send one with the bar ends that haven't shipped yet.
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9volt, thanks for the reply. I have plenty of skewers but need a specific to brand `Viscount'. Decorative with the company name on the lever, the nut has a red cap with letter V. Apparently they were replaced because the frame was made without axle stops, the skewer was not grooved or grip marked. I've since made axle stops for the frame.
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Red or Blue

Didn't those come in Red or Blue?

Originally Posted by crank_addict View Post
9volt, thanks for the reply. I have plenty of skewers but need a specific to brand `Viscount'. Decorative with the company name on the lever, the nut has a red cap with letter V. Apparently they were replaced because the frame was made without axle stops, the skewer was not grooved or grip marked. I've since made axle stops for the frame.
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Anybody got this lever to join its mate. Older 70's Shimano brake lever with the symbol on the front.

What cha need for a trade?
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Originally Posted by kc0yef View Post
Didn't those come in Red or Blue?
Depiction below is someone else's nasty dirty from the net ;-)

I have the red skewer on the front but wouldn't mind either color. The bike is white and blue with badge hinting red. Mixing it up with blue is fine with me.

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Originally Posted by AustinFitz View Post
I have this 52t 110 BCD Sugino chainring, but looking for a 50t exactly like it. Willing to trade the 52t, or I have all kinds of other odds and ends I could trade as well. Needs to be in pretty good shape. Please let me know if you have one. Thanks in advance!

Still searching for one of these 50t Suginos. I know they came on the Sugino RT crank sets. PLEASE let me know if anyone comes across one.
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