One caution about your trades involving mod 99 arms. The mod 99 spanned the change from old Stronglight extractor thread to Campy-type 22mm extractor thread. It's fairly easy to wind up with mismatched crankarms with each side requiring a different crank extractor and a different size dustcap. I've experienced this myself. Also happens with mod 104. Also, later mod 99 arms have more rounded profiles than the square earliy ones.
> Howdy, Folks,
> Here's the story: I was to receive a right 170mm
> English threaded Stronglight 93 crankarm in trade for
> other goods. That would go with the left 170mm
> English threaded Stronglight 93 crankarm that I had.
> It took over a year, but the trading partner sent me a
> very nice crank arm. Unfortunately, it is a right
> 170mm English threaded Stronglight 99 crankarm.
> Before I mail the crankarm back, I thought I would
> try soliciting a swap.
> What I like to do:
> Trade the left 170mm English threaded Stronglight 99
> crankarm for an equivalent 93 crankarm
> Trade the right 170mm English threaded Stronglight 93
> crankarm for an equivalent 99 crankarm.
> E-mail offlist if interested.
> Thanks in advance!
> And thanks to eveyone for their help with the license
> removal thing. The response was amazing!
> John Taglia
> Chicago, Illinois