DAVE'S FOR SALE PAGE

Last Updated: 05/17/2008


The following stuff is all for sale. Details are below. Click on the thumbnails for full-sized pictures.

Prices are all negotiable. Interested? Make an offer.

Prices do not include shipping. I'll generally ship stuff by way of USPS Priority from the Boston area. For bulky stuff I'll use Parcel Post.

You can contact me at pinnah at comcast dot net.

FRAMES

  • TREK 1220 Aluminum Racing Frame - 62cm - $90
  • BRAKES

  • Dia-Compe EDGE Brake Calipers - 40-52mm Reach - Recessed Nuts - $20
  • Dia-Compe 500G Brake Calipers - 47-57mm Reach - non-Recessed Nuts - $20

    DERAILLEURS AND SHIFTERS

  • Shimano RSX RX100 Front Derailleur - made for compact triples - 34.9 Clamp - $20
  • Shimano "Finger Tip" Handlebar Stem Shifters - $5

    CRANKS, PEDALS & DRIVETRAIN

  • SR Custom Crank Set - 170mm - 52/40 - $20
  • Sugino Aluminum Chain Ring - 30T - 74bcd - $7
  • SR Quill Pedals - $10 (3 pairs available)

    BARS AND STEMS

  • SR Stem - 80cm Extension - 25.4 Clamp - 22.2 Quill - $10
  • SR Stem - 100cm Extension - 25.4 Clamp - 22.2 Quill - $10
  • System 1 Stem - 110cm Extension - 25.4 Clamp - 22.2 Quill - $10

    WHEELS AND TIRES

  • none at the moment

    SADDLES AND POSTS

  • none at the moment

    SKI STUFF

  • K2 5500 Skis with Marker MR Rotomat Bindings - 200cm - $25

    -Dave


    FRAMES

    TREK 1220 Aluminum Racing Frame - 62cm
    Price: See price list at top of page
    Here is a great value for a great aluminum racing frame. Big bonus for spring riding.... IT HAS EYELETS FOR FENDERS!

    It is light with a quick, responsive geometry. It has a beautiful purple to blue fade paint and it's internally lugged joints are much cleaner looking that many of today's welded frames. This bike has never been raced, never been crashed. There is some normal paint scratches but there is absolutely no structural damage to the frame. It's ready to be built up and put on the road.

    The price includes the headset, bottom bracket (which should be replaced) and downtube cable stops. The price does not include and a Shimano Front Deraileur shown in the pictures.

    SIZE: 62 cm (measured center to top; This should fit somebody in the 6' to 6'3" range)

    FRAME MATERIAL: Easton ProGram Tapered Aluminum Alloy frame with CrMo fork

    GEOMETRY: Top Tube = 58.5cm, Head Angle = 74, Seat Angle = 73.5, Fork Offset = 4.3cm, Chainstay = 41.5cm

    FRAME NOTES:
    + Uses 27.2 Seatpost
    + Uses 1 inch threaded steerer
    + 128mm rear spacing (accepts both 7-spd and 8 or 9-spd rear hubs)
    + Set for normal (short reach) brake calipers
    + Vertical drop outs (NOT a candidate for fixed gear)
    + Front and rear fender eyelets (will make a great spring training bike)



    BRAKES

    Dia-Compe EDGE Brake Calipers - 40-52mm Reach - Recessed Nuts
    Price: See price list at top of page
    These levers is in good condition but not great. They have some light scratches on the levers. They are fully functional and in fine working order. They include the little torpedo shaped cable stops.


    DERAILLEURS AND SHIFTERS

    Shimano RSX RX100 Front Derailleur - 34.9 Clamp
    Price: See price list at top of page
    This front derailleur was designed for compact triple cranks. It is used and has normal wear marks on the inside of the cage. It has a 34.9 mm clamp size for oversized aluminum tubes.


    Shimano "Finger Tip" Handlebar Stem Shifters
    Price: See price list at top of page
    These mount on the handlebar stem. They have a ratcheting action. The clamp has a small amount of surface rust.


    CRANKS, PEDALS & DRIVETRAIN

    SR Custom Crank Set - 170mm - 118 bcd - 52/40
    Price: See price list at top of page
    This crank set comes from the mid 80s. The threads and faces on this crank are in fine shape. The crank arms have normal scratches and shoe wear. The rings are both aluminum and show little to no visible wear. It's a swaged crank, so it's not the best crank ever made. Still, it's a fine looking crank and still very functional. I can ship this with either a 52t outer chainring for use as a double or with a 52t outer chainring that has been converted to a chainguard. This would make the crank into a 40t single with a good chainguard - perfect for a fixed gear or urban 1x gearing.


    Sugino Aluminum Chain Ring - 30T - 74bcd
    Price: See price list at top of page
    This chain ring is from the 80s and is unused.


    SR Quill Pedals
    Price: See price list at top of page
    These pedals are from the early 80s and have a silver spindle and both aluminum dust caps. The right pedal has had it's flip-tab broken off (it got caught in the cleat of my old Dettos) and the damage is visible in the picture. They are dirty but will clean up nice.


    BARS AND STEMS


    SR Stem - 80cm Extension - 25.4 Clamp - 22.2 Quill
    Price: See price list at top of page
    This stem is in OK shape. It has scratches from the parts bin but nothing that won't buff out with sanding.


    SR Stem - 100cm Extension - 25.4 Clamp - 22.2 Quill
    Price: See price list at top of page
    This is a nice looking stem. It was recently sanded down and polished but has regained a few shop scratches. It could easily be polished further.


    System 1 Stem - 110cm Extension - 25.4 Clamp - 22.2 Quill
    Price: See price list at top of page
    This stem is branded as "System 1". It came off of a mid 90s Trek and according to the specification sheet, it is made of CrMo. It has a 90 degree angle. A bit of paint remover would take that label off.


    WHEELS AND TIRES

    None at the moment


    SADDLES AND POSTS

    None at the moment


    SKI STUFF

    K2 5500 Skis with Marker MR Rotomat Bindings - 200cm
    Price: See price list at top of page
    These are classic "straight" skis. These are not "shaped". Their profile is approximately 86/63/72. This is one of the last years this ski was made. They are made using the Triaxial Braid construction. They come with a pair of Marker MR Rotomat binding. The bindings are the "sliding plate" style from the early 90s. The bindings probably have more value than the skis. Think of this as a set of bindings with a free pair of skis. The skis are in very good shape. No major base or edge damage.


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