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Old 11-15-21, 10:07 PM
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ISO French thread FW for Zeus hub

I recently repacked the rear Zeus hub on my Bob Jackson and glued on new tubs. But, for the love of G**, I can’t find the damn FW I carefully stored away as I did the repack. So, I need a 5 speed FW that will fit on my 120 OLN hub. Not too fussy on gearing combo as it is mostly used for sunny MUP tours.

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Originally Posted by Stevensb View Post
I recently repacked the rear Zeus hub on my Bob Jackson and glued on new tubs. But, for the love of G**, I can’t find the damn FW I carefully stored away as I did the repack. So, I need a 5 speed FW that will fit on my 120 OLN hub. Not too fussy on gearing combo as it is mostly used for sunny MUP tours.

Thanks.

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I'm sure I have a few 5-speed FWs (but NOT FR threaded) in my stash, but they are heavy-ish so you probably want to source one from a fellow Canadian (right?) and not pay the outrageous postage such a shipment from Cali would cost.
Missed that little detail that you are after FR threading, I do not have a stash of those, in fact just arranged to buy one from another C&Ver and when that arrives it will be my only and has a place to take on a wheel. Good luck with your search, still think that shipping from USA to Canada could be a deal-breaker so if you can find one in the GWN go for it.

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Hello everyone,

found a 71/72 moto le champion (see separate thread in main c&v section). It’s missing the Universal 61 brakes , levers , bits . Does anyone have these? Have parts, green, and gratitude!

I have these.....LMK if you're interested
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Originally Posted by clubman View Post
SirGustaf I have what you ask but it's Biopace II. Are you sure it's the first version? I don't know that they're compatible.
It's unused.

Thanks Clubman, I'm going to stay on the lookout for the first-gen Biopace. If the search ends up fruitless, I'll PM you. Thanks!
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WTB or WTT
I need 165mm crank arms or crankset for a triple set, square taper, JIS, for my '89 Trek 520. Something in silver, not too particular about the brand. I have a Deore FC-MT60 in 170mm for trade if you have a 165mm. Rings are Biopace 50-44-28. I can do just the arms or with the rings.

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70mm stem


Stem has been traded to a new home...

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here's a long shot WTB or WTT: have a pair of 650C HED Jet wheels (maybe not very "Vintage" but depends on your perspective) but discovered the front hub shell is cracked.
So before putting them on the block I'd like to TRY lacing in a sound hub, otherwise the front wheel is not ride-able.
Doesn't have to be an exact match but needs to be 18-spoke and work with direct-pull spokes with the nipples at the (small diameter) flanges.
Zoom in on this pic to see what the bad hub looks like.


Happy to buy a good replacement outright OR trade for some other hub (you specify the details) or some other item of equal value...sure it's a longshot but worth the shot.
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hmmmm.....i only need the rear, though. and, that one looks a bit beat up. i'm gonna wait and see if van comes up with something. if you've not done away with yours by then....maybe?
Sorry again,
The only applicable RD I could find was a scruffy Ultegra long cage. It was free. So, if you’d like it as a temporary, just the shipping $.
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Originally Posted by ACH57 View Post

Up for trade is a like new 90 mm Nitto stem, 26.0 mm handlebar clamp. I am in need of something similar in a 70 mm length.

I have a 70mm with a 26mm clamp. I'll try to get some pictures tomorrow.
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Old 11-20-21, 08:27 AM
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I have a 70mm with a 26mm clamp. I'll try to get some pictures tomorrow.
I can also use a 25.0mm clamp for a French bike.
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Originally Posted by ACH57 View Post
Up for trade is a like new 90 mm Nitto stem, 26.0 mm handlebar clamp. I am in need of something similar in a 70 mm length.
I can't locate the stem, must of used it on something, I'm sorry. I do for sure have a 90mm French Atax stem. If it's of any use to you it's yours for the cost of shipping.
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Originally Posted by ACH57 View Post
I can also use a 25.0mm clamp for a French bike.
I have a loooong Technomic that is 50. Not sure that will help you. I will never use it since none of my head tubes are long enough.

It is also a 25.4 clamp, 280 mm long.
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Originally Posted by ACH57 View Post
Up for trade is a like new 90 mm Nitto stem, 26.0 mm handlebar clamp. I am in need of something similar in a 70 mm length.
this might be closer to 80mm. I’m never sure if people want center to center or end to end or what.
clamp is 26mm according to the calipers.
I was targeting this for a spring project, but if we’re swapping I think yours would work for me.
No charge for the blue tape.

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Need cone for DA FH-7402 hub. A doner hub would work if the cones are good.
Purchase or select from stems (70 - 140), handlebars (Cinelli 26.4), and pedals (600/105 rat traps and Look Delta)
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Originally Posted by mrv View Post
this might be closer to 80mm. I’m never sure if people want center to center or end to end or what.
clamp is 26mm according to the calipers.
I was targeting this for a spring project, but if we’re swapping I think yours would work for me.
No charge for the blue tape.
I was measuring center-to-center, but anyway I think I've got a swap worked out with someone. Thanks
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Originally Posted by SJX426 View Post
Need cone for DA FH-7402 hub. A doner hub would work if the cones are good.
Purchase or select from stems (70 - 140), handlebars (Cinelli 26.4), and pedals (600/105 rat traps and Look Delta)
I may have a single cone and axle assembly. Not sure of the condition, I'll check later today.
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ISO 28H Campagnolo Record hubset

ISO 28H Campagnolo Record hubset. 1970's to mid 1980's Record. Skewers not required. Small or large flange OK. Trade for like set in 32 or 36 hole? (I probably don't have a 32H high flange set for trade). Or let me know what you need.
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Need cone for DA FH-7402 hub. A doner hub would work if the cones are good.
Purchase or select from stems (70 - 140), handlebars (Cinelli 26.4), and pedals (600/105 rat traps and Look Delta)
I have an axle assembly (part # 354 9806) that is mostly NOS. A few years ago I had a 7403 hub with a totally borked cone that I struggled to find a replacement for. Ended up finding a NOS assembly on ebay and only swapped the cone that I needed. Part number is the same for 7402 and 7403 rear hubs. If interested please PM.

Right cone is the damaged old one.
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Originally Posted by SirGustaf View Post
I have an axle assembly (part # 354 9806) that is mostly NOS. A few years ago I had a 7403 hub with a totally borked cone that I struggled to find a replacement for. Ended up finding a NOS assembly on ebay and only swapped the cone that I needed. Part number is the same for 7402 and 7403 rear hubs. If interested please PM.
Right cone is the damaged old one.
That is the one that is damaged on mine as well.
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Originally Posted by Campagnerdo View Post
ISO 28H Campagnolo Record hubset. 1970's to mid 1980's Record. Skewers not required. Small or large flange OK. Trade for like set in 32 or 36 hole? (I probably don't have a 32H high flange set for trade). Or let me know what you need.
Like these?

28 hole low flange set 6spd

28 hole low flange set reconditioned and polished
PM me Smiles, MH

Or perhaps these? 28hole high flange NIB 5spd

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Sorry again,
The only applicable RD I could find was a scruffy Ultegra long cage. It was free. So, if you’d like it as a temporary, just the shipping $.
Cheers,
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thanks anyway, van....for your time and considerations. i'll pass, though
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Originally Posted by mrv View Post
this might be closer to 80mm. I’m never sure if people want center to center or end to end or what.
clamp is 26mm according to the calipers.
I was targeting this for a spring project, but if we’re swapping I think yours would work for me.
No charge for the blue tape.

Had the same issue from a purchase off of ebay recently. They stated 90 mm and they used a generic photo of the stem but when received, it was 120 mm. I had to take a pic to show them how to measure.
Not only that, they had another one advertised, this time demonstrating showing that they are measuring. Problem was, it was also wrong.
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ISO 70s/80s Sugino Adjustable Cup (English) FOUND

Looks like I'm all set with getting the adjustable cup figured out, thanks!

So I'm looking for one of two potential Sugino adjustable BB cups, the ones with MADE IN JAPAN written on there. English threading (1.37x24). Would do just the adjustable, a pair of cups, or up to a total bottom bracket assembly (MW-68 or MT-68). Figured it's worth a try to use the partial MT-68 I have before mixing with a different brand cup, buying something unknown off eBay to carve it up, or buying a long cartridge BB and popping on a couple spacers.

Snip from the 1973 Sugino catalog (either of the adjustable cups, both have MADE IN JAPAN on there, instead of just JAPAN).




If you have anything of need let me know, I have some things available to trade, including Paypal and Venmo info.

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In need of Campy front derailleur clamp-on

Looking for Campy front derailleur, clamp-on 28.6 - in nice condition.
A Mirage model would match the 9 spd rear derailleur, but I don’t really care about matching rd.
Double chainring crankset, on mid-80s bike.


Have items to trade. Or I can buy.

I have an older Campy front der, that just looks wrong on this build. (Even if it works, there is a limit to ‘Frankenbuild’, at least on this frame)

thx in advance

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