I'm soon to be moving and travel light so have a few bits to go.
Brand new unused Garmin out front mount: £10>> SOLD
Ultegra 6800 11-28 cassette, used but lots of life in this one: £20
S-Works stem, 100m, 6°: £40 >> SOLD
Specialized Expert Shallow Drop alloy, 123mm drop x 75mm reach x 420mm width: £15 >> SOLD
Phil Wood BB, BSA, square taper campy/ISO: £60
Muc-Off C3 ceramic wet and dry lubes, about 2/3 of each left: £7 for both or £4 each>> dry gone, wet still going
Collection around SE5 or within 30minute ride. Postage and Paypal fees at buyer's cost but fine.
whats the spindle length on the bb and does it need any special tools to install?
You selling the ultegra cranks? 👀
111mm on the spindle and I'm not too sure on the tool... Just some grease I think but my lbs took care of it for me. Perhaps someone more qualified can clarify?
I will be but was actually going to ebay them so didn't plan to list them here.
don't all phil wood bbs need THE tool ?
I'll take the cassette. Any idea on mileage?
2nd dibs on the cassette
Ah i need 109mm :)
Mileage-wise this was on my turbo wheel so not too sure really. Judging by how much turbo I did I'd say it's relatively fresh.
any chance you could measure the axle please :)
I'll take the out front and the dry lube plz, PM'ing
Fair do’s - I’ll keep an eye out for them on here in case you change your mind. Will take those bars if nobody else has done? I’m in SE13
Sure thing, I'll try to sort this today and let you know
You're welcome to the bars, I'm away this weekend but back on Monday so can work out a time then to get them to you.
Would Monday suit to come grab the cassette then? Will PM to organise if so.
That's fine for Monday. After 7pm would be great but if not then later in the week.
Apologies @amey for not sorting this yesterday. I'll try to do it over the weekend or early next week.
@amey just measured the axle and it's 111mm I'm afraid. I seem to remember being told that the 2mm difference wouldn't matter for when I fitted it but not sure what your set up is. Maybe worth querying with someone in the know.
PMed about stem
the good thing about phil bbs is that the chain line can be adjusted/moved a bit.
there is no retaining 'lip' to tighten the drive side cup up against the frame, alternatively it can float' (not the right word) within the shell.
the idea is to achieve the chainline required with the driveside cup installed to where it should be and then the non drive side can then be tightened up against it to achieve the chainline needed.
does that make any sense?
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