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PostPosted: Sun Aug 04, 2013 8:29 pm 
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This was a rainy Sunday shed clear out ages ago. Is an old add with some added just now in a brand new sell off effort. All prices include 2nd class postage to the UK. Anything like posting overseas or signed for just ask. Paypal gift please, or add to cost to cover fees. I can post on Saturdays only, so consider this for delivery times. Dibs on this thread then PM to seal the deal please. Short list below with details & pics following.

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Shimano FC-M752 170mm Cranks & BB – £30b] SOLD
[b]Shagged 9sp drive train for pub bike – £10 SOLD

Full set of Shimano-M752 V-Brakes – £25 SOLD
Aireal Industries chain device NOS - £60
Yellow Oktavia Selle Italia Saddle - £10 SOLD
Original Crank Brothers Egg Beater Pedals - £20
Scoot 1 & 1/8th top cap - £1.50
X-Fusion Shox 02-RL - £50
2 sets of Avid V-brake levers. New – £13 a pair
Giant Acid Jump/DH HT frame 2003? – £25 SOLD
Maxxis Minion Supertacky tyres. Front 2.7 used - £10. Rear 2.5 new - £15 SOLD
Downhill inner tubes. One pink the other green – £4 each. SOLD
Atomlab (Atomic Laboratories )downhill/freeride wheels set – £50 SOLD
Manitou Sherman Flick bolt through forks PLEASE READ CAREFULLY – £40 SOLD
On-One rigid steel forks– £60
Kona Project 2 700c. v-brake only. Very very long steered– £30


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Aireal Industries chain device NOS - £60
Downhill ATB 110BCD model in a dusty silver ano NIB. Pretty scratched up for NOS but new it is. I cut it out of the bag myself. I fitted it to a bike but it didn’t work fit well so it came straight off. It has not seen a chain. The nylon pulley wheel & top black are pristine as is the bearing. Fits to bike by being clamped between BB shell & bottom bracket cup. It has a grub screw to stop it rotating. The bash ring is a just tad smaller than a 46 tooth chain ring so looks to be for a 44 tooth ring max. The top guide plate can be pivoted into two positions. So imagine it could accommodate much smaller front rings. Don’t know down to what though. So if you want to try down hilling on a bike with V-brakes or discs that don’t work, you’ll need this to keep you chain on & period correct.
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Original Crank Brothers Egg Beater Pedals - £20
These are rather worn and would need a service really. Have just taken out the spindle, cleaned then & added some lube but bushings, bearings and seals want changing. Price reflects condition.
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Scoot 1 & 1/8th top cap - £1.50
It’s a top cap with Scott etched on it. Buy it.
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X-Fusion Shox 02-RL - £50
Brought this rear shock years ago & immediately got a Fox off a mate instead. So has been in cupboard ever since. It was sold to me as new, but does shown some signs of minor use. Dust around seals & threads to air valve with grit in them. Other than that does look new. It’s pretty basic as its only got rebound adjust. It is 200mm eye to eye. I let some pressure out to see if it stilled moved and it does. Very smooth action. Don’t have pump so will come to you as is needing air. It has two sets of used bushings that are coming with it. The set installed give a 22mm x 6mm on both ends. The other set would give a 24mm x 6mm one end & 48mm x 8mm the other. These are a bit chewed up from removal so see what you think.
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2 sets of Avid V-brake levers. New – £13 a pair
These are Original Equipment I think for a high spec hybrid or the like. So don’t have the adjustment to modulation (their Speed Dial technology) that a typical Avid lever would have. See the pick for what I mean. They are light & have that great Avid shape to their lever blade that makes them a joy to use. The same clamp body as the current SLs as far as I can see. One set have a pair of used barrel adjusters that I got from anther non-working pair. Makes no difference to them but ask when you buy if you don’t want them. In fact I just weighed them on the kitchen scales & they come up 75g per lever compared to 80g for a SL lever I have. How-bout that then. Do ditch those crappy Tektro levers on you commuter and treat yourself to some understated weight weenie to help you blow off that stinking fixie at the lights.
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On-One rigid steel forks– £60
1&1/8 Ahead steerer. 160mm long. Cromo steel straight bladed fork. disc and canti. Star fangled nut installed. The pic is without the canti studs but I do have somewhere them and are included in the sale if I can find them. This is an earlier model as the AC is 420mm so perfect for retro frames.
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Kona Project 2 700c. v-brake only. Very very long steerer– £30
Great for transferring that great Project 2 handing for your CX bike or tourer. For 700c wheels. Lots of clearance. 1&1/8 ahead steerer. 260mm long! AC 395mm.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:13 pm 
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Cheeky offer - £40 for the cranks/BB and yellow saddle?

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 04, 2013 11:47 pm 
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Payment and PM on their way.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 05, 2013 12:47 am 
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Hey man, I'm interested in the wheels, tyres & frame. Based in London so could pickup? sent you a pm. Thanks.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:22 pm 
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I'd like the brakes please.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 9:28 pm 
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:56 pm 
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I'll take the M752 V-brakes if they're still available.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2013 6:28 pm 
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Brakes are gone sorry.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2013 5:42 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:55 am 
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