[CR] DuraAce Uniglide Wheelset & stacks of cogs FS - and MORE!


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Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 19:17:57 -0500
From: Harvey Sachs <hmsachs@verizon.net>
To: Classic Rendezvous <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Subject: [CR] DuraAce Uniglide Wheelset & stacks of cogs FS - and MORE!


Pair of small-flange DuraAce hubs laced to grey, hard anodized, Mavic GL 330 sew-up rims. Uniglide Rear seems to be the early 7-speed with outermost threaded and the rest splined w/o indexing, 130 mm OLN 35.5 mm. from inner edge to outer edge of cog stack. both wheels 32 spoke.

PLUS, the first bonus: Earliest (?) splined/threaded Uniglide DuraAce rear, 126 mm OLN, 28.5 mm from inner edge to outer edge of cog stack (6-speed, I think). 36 spoke. Grey sew-up rim, but can't remember brand/model and it is already in the van for Westminster.

But, WAIT! There's more: 30 slip-on (splined) cogs. 6 rare outermost (threaded cogs), including 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 tooth, one of each is new.

What's missing? --> There is only one set of the alloy inter-cog spacers, but they are the same thickness as the later plastic ones. --> I regret that there are no skewers.

I don't think I will ever use this stuff, so time to move it on... But, I think that this is the stuff that launched the serious cassette revolution.

$130 + shipping, US only. Esoteric trades considered, or might talk about full set of Campy brakes appropriate for '71 Cinelli. Getting too old for the no-leverage Universal 68s. :-(

harvey sachs mcLean va Can be reached Sunday at Westminster, on cell 703-848-8136