A few bits and bobs that are sitting in the spares drawer that someone might as well be using....
Chris King threaded (English) Road BB in red. Complete with SRAM GXP conversion kit. Only ever used it with SRAM but I think it might work with shimano too with the adapters removed. I've owned it from new over 2 bikes, but probably only 1500 miles max. In my experience they last indefinitely which is why I buy them. New frame is bloody push fit :( Bit of cosmetic damage where the fitting tool slipped once but it is only cosmetic. £60 posted.
Bontrager XXX carbon seatpost 31.6mm. Think the layback is 25mm. Clamps are for oval carbon rails. Lacquer sorta scuffed away where it's been in the frame (tried to show in pics) but it's still snug in a 31.6mm seat tube. Again cosmetically it's sub optimal (but depending on your saddle height it might be hidden from view). £25 posted.
Bontrager aluminium MTB bars. 31.8mm clamp size, 690mm wide. 4 degree upsweep, 9 degree backsweep, 5mm rise. Only very light use. £15 posted.
Specialized riser bars. 31.8mm clamp. Fashionable 800mm wide, estimated 25mm rise, nice shape upsweep and backsweep. Brand new and removed from expensive bike. I really should keep and use these as the are a great shape, but I'm being a snob and want a more fashionable brand 😎 £25 posted.
As above should keep this as its really nicely made and came off brand new bike, but I'm a tart. Specialized 31.8mm clamp 45mm length stem. £25 posted. Can post the 2 together for £45.
Truvativ Descendent stem. 60mm length, 31.8mm clamp again. Bought recently, decided after a couple of rides I needed a shorter one. £28 posted.
Campagnolo Record (10 era) QR skewers (130mm rear, 100mm front). These are the finest QR skewers money can buy in my opinion. Highly sought after and I've seen them go for over £100 a pair on ebay. I've not had a QR bike in a while but have been hoarding these as I know I'll not be able to get another pair easily. But I really don't need them anymore. £[for sale elsewhere] posted.
Campagnolo Chorus 10 Speed shifters. These have seen a fair bit of use over their life so the hoods are quite smooth through wear etc. I only removed them from a bike as the RH shifter started to skip a few shifts. LBS had a look at them and said they'd need a new ratchet to be perfect again. I decided to shove them in the spares bin with the intention of removing the shifter gubbins to use them as brake levers on a singlespeed or fixed gear. This is what the Record singlespeed levers are after all (regular shifters with their guts removed). Sold for singlespeed use or repair. And priced accordingly at £23 posted.
SRAM front mech band adapter for 34.9mm seat tubes. £8 posted.
More pics to follow...
Dibs the chorus leavers please- will pm
Dibs the sram band
seen them go for over £100 a pair on ebay
seen them go for over £100 a pair on ebay
Wish I’d sold mine for that much on t’bay :)
Ha, me too. But I've seen em go for that.
Will reply to the PMs shortly. Thanks both.
I have eve a chris king press fit bb that I don’t need that I could swap with your gxp one, pm me if you are interested
Ooh, could be interested, but I don't think it'll work as I need a BB386EVO. Think it's a bit of an unusual one. Flaming BB standards these days. My LBS reckons there's over 200 different "standards" now!
Yeah, won’t work unfortunately, thought it was worth a try just in case
A couple of items to add. Starting with a Stages XT powermeter.
170mm, gen2. It's never skipped a beat for me. Shimano M785 crank. Bought new for £399 in Sept 15, used on a bike that hasn't seen huge mileage in that time. But got a bit of shoe rub and the odd small impact scar here and there. But functionally perfect. Will fit a new battery.
Will fit any Hollowtech II crank.
£[for sale elsewhere].
Shame. Thanks anyway.
Chorus shifters and 800mm risers sold.
Price drop to £40 posted on the campag record skewers.
SRAM band thingy sold.
Dibs on the CK bottom bracket
Record skewers sold.
Looking like the CK BB is sold too.
BB confirmed as sold.
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