WANTED:   trek 520 posted by: jim on 2/11/2008 at 9:22:28 AM
I have 1988 trek 520 57 cm in great condition and would like to trade for a similar bike in a 60 cm or larger.
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FOR SALE:   Campagnolo and other Vintage Parts posted by: Peter Naiman on 2/7/2008 at 7:57:18 PM

I've listed a number of items to Ebay tonight, mostly
NOS Campagnolo. There are many more items to be listed
in the next few weeks. To view my auctions, please
click onto the URL below:

http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZcreamcityonline

Best regards,
Peter Naiman
Glendale, WI


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FOR SALE:   Campagnolo and other Vintage Parts posted by: Peter Naiman on 2/7/2008 at 7:57:18 PM

I've listed a number of items to Ebay tonight, mostly
NOS Campagnolo. There are many more items to be listed
in the next few weeks. To view my auctions, please
click onto the URL below:

http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZcreamcityonline

Best regards,
Peter Naiman
Glendale, WI

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   RE:FOR SALE:   Campagnolo and other Vintage Parts posted by gernnii vonhindrin-hansen on 2/11/2008 at 11:47:31 AM
Ooohh. very pretty those campagnolo is parts. quite beautifuls.
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WANTED:   Trek 560 rear wheel posted by: theo on 2/7/2008 at 10:51:05 AM
I have just inherited a 1984 (black with red lettering) Trek 560 without a rear wheel, hub etc. It has Suntour M-II derailleurs. What type of wheel can I use for this bike and does anyone have one to sell?
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   RE:WANTED: Trek 560 rear wheel posted by Joe on 2/7/2008 at 11:33:39 PM
Most of those that I've seen have had black Matrix rims with Helicomatic hubs. Matrix rims were a house brand of Trek, and the best place to look for either the rim or hub is most likely eBay if your looking to put it back to all original.
If not, you should be able to find something close to match. They had a 6 speed freewheel, and just about any standard spaced freewheel will work if you decide to go with something other than the Helicomatic hub. Sunshine and Sansin were also common on the early Treks. The rims were 700c with 13-20 measurement, which is a common measurement, but be ready to pay a premium to find a match these days. A common replacement wheel back then was the Weinmann concave or Rigida 1320. Either would be time period correct. You could try some older Trek dealers, maybe you'll find one that hasn't dumped all their old inventory on eBay yet.

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   RE:RE:WANTED: Trek 560 rear wheel posted by Gralyn on 2/8/2008 at 5:27:43 PM
If it's an 84 Trek.....it could have had one of those wheels with the convex profile rim. I have a rear wheel from an older Trek - with the convex rim. If that's what it is - let me know. But, I only have the rear.
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   RE:RE:RE:WANTED: Trek 560 rear wheel posted by Joe on 2/8/2008 at 10:28:08 PM
If his front wheel if original, it should look pretty much like a black anodized Rigida 13-20 or similar rim only in black finish. The profile shouldn't be too hard to find, but there wasn't too many Matrix rims floating around even then. The only set I have here is a an set that was intended for a warranty repair that never got used. They weren't often a rim that was stocked as an upgrade. Most would upgrade to something stronger or lighter.
If it were mine and I didn't have a match, I'd most likely build up a matched pair for it and hold on to the front until a rear rim turned up.

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   RE:WANTED:   Trek 560 rear wheel posted by James on 2/9/2008 at 11:59:57 AM
I have a TREK 560 black w/red lettering. Unless you want to be time period correct; Mine now has Mavic ceramic aero rims 30mm deep,32h, on SHIMANO 600 8SPD hubs(and no,the rear triangle did not need spreading for this), also Shimano 600 front and rear derrailleurs- the front wheel rims and hubs same as rear. No STI, just regular down tube- the original shifters. Take this bike to a good bike shop- make the are no surprises lurking concerning the bike.
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   RE:RE:WANTED:   Trek 560 rear wheel posted by James on 2/9/2008 at 12:08:30 PM
I forgot somthing- the freewheel is 13-24 and the chainrings are I believe 52-42 (They need to be replaced), the cranks are 172.5 mm. GOOD LUCK
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FOR SALE:   Shimano Dura Ace AX Group posted by: Peter Naiman on 2/7/2008 at 11:21:08 AM

I purchased this complete gruppo from a fellow CR
Member months ago to rebuild a Lotus Aero Pro, but I've
too many other projects to complete and need to get the
cash back from this group. Pics will be available
later today. I'm asking what I paid for the entire group,
$500 plus shipping. The group includes a completely
built set of wheels, and all componants. The seatpost is
25.0mm, 170mm crank set arm length with 52/42 chain
rings.

Please email for pics and more complete info.

Peter Naiman
Glendale, WI


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