View Full Version : Couple of nice parts for sale....groovy cranks and more

11-13-2008, 12:55 PM
I plan to list these a bit more extensively (and elsewhere) once I take a few photos this coming weekend, but if anyone is looking for any of the following, it might save me the trouble from having to create properly-sized images for everything. Photos are definitely available right now if you want though...thanks for looking...

1. '04 Campy Chorus D-brakes, polished silver, new in box (never used or mounted). $70.

2. Silver Centaur 27.2 seatpost. SOLD

3. Campy Record Carbon crankset - square taper, barely used (easily less than 500 miles), purchased new 4 months ago, sold bike where they lived. 175mm length, 39/53 rings. No rub or scraches, comes in original box, etc. $200.

4. Time ASX Titan carbon crankset w/ coated Time 39/53 rings. 175mm length, English tread on BB. Cranks are in A+ condition, integral BB cups have some of the black annodizing worn off where the installation tool pressed on the spline (normal wear). This is a lightweight part (622g claimed at WW), and although they proved to be stiff, solid, and I never had an moment of trouble or doubt about them, but I wouldn't recommend them if you weigh 250 or hope to put them on your mountain bike. Used one season, changed to compact on that bike. $800 new....yours here for $300 (includes BB).

5. Extralite E-Bones crankset, SOLD
6. King No-threadset, 1 1/8", black. New in package...purchased a few months ago but I no longer need it. $130 new...yours here for $105.

7. Campy Record 10 braze-on front derailleur SALE PENDING

8. Cook Bros PCH road cranks. SOLD
I have an almost-new IRD 68mm English BB that works great with these cranks if you're interested (will throw that in for an add'l $10).

9. Black Brooks Swallow w/ Ti rails. SOLD

Buyer pays actual shipping. PM me for more info. I'll be away from my computer for the afternoon but will get back to PMs in the evening.


11-13-2008, 01:54 PM
PM sent regarding Centaur seatpost.

11-13-2008, 03:04 PM
Interested in the Cooks Cranks, PM'd ya. Cheers.

11-13-2008, 07:46 PM
Groovy cranks?