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Pacenti PL23 650B (584) Rims Silver
Only two of each drilling in stock. No returns Classic box shaped rim. Silver with machined sidewalls.
Pacenti SL23 650B (584) Rim 32h Black

Only four in stock. No returns

2014 model. Black w/machined sidewalls. 32 hole
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$0.50
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Various Manufacturers Stainless Socket Cap Screw 4 mm x 20 mm
$0.75
Use this as your B tension screw on Deore rear derailleur, enabling use of 11 (or 12t)-36t 10 speed cassette!
DT Swiss Competition Double Butted Spokes 2.0-1.8 (Silver)
$1.25
Most sizes usually in stock Standard 12mm nickel-plated brass nipples are included. The Double-Butted DT Competition is a great all-around spoke. These Swiss-made stainless steel spokes have three thicknesses: 2.0 (14 gauge) mm at the ends. 1.8 mm (15 gauge) in the middle. Not only does this save weight, but the thinner middle section gives the spoke (and the wheel greater elasticity for increased durability.) If you wish, we will calculate the length for you and send the appropriate length. You must tell us make and model of hub, make and model of rim; number of spokes to build wheel. You can type that information into the "Comments/Information" box that you will find on page 3 of the secure shopping cart process. Please include as much info as possible - hub brand, model, model number, etc. We will do the best we can to calculate the length correctly, but cannot guarantee perfection. Need wheelbuilding instructions? Click here! See Related Items (below) for Wheel Build Labor if you would like us to build you a wheel.
DT Swiss Competition Double Butted 2.0-1.8 - (Black)
$1.73
Most sizes usually in stock 12mm black brass nipples included. The Double-Butted DT Competition is a great all-around spoke. These Swiss-made stainless steel spokes have three thicknesses: 2.0 (14 gauge) mm at the ends. 1.8 mm (15 gauge) in the middle. Not only does this save weight, but the thinner middle section gives the spoke (and the wheel greater elasticity for increased durability.) If you wish, we will calculate the length for you and send the appropriate length. You must tell us make and model of hub, make and model of rim; number of spokes to build wheel. You can type that information into the "Comments/Information" box that you will find on page 3 of the secure shopping cart process. Please include as much info as possible - hub brand, model, model number, etc. We will do the best we can to calculate the length correctly, but cannot guarantee perfection. Need wheelbuilding instructions? Click here! See Related Items (below) for Wheel Build Labor if you would like us to build you a wheel.
Generic 9.5 mm Crank Cotter Pin (English Size) Each
$2.95
9.5 mm (3/8") Crank Cotters, English/Raleigh size, also fits Asian Bikes. For installation instructions, see our Cottered Cranks Article It is normal to have to do some filing on the flat for a good fit. Sold individually, but it is generally a good idea to replace both at once.
Various Manufacturers Transverse (Straddle) Cable Single-Ended 1.8 x 380mm
$2.95
For Cantilever Brakes The standard. Single ended. Allows mechanical leverage to be setup as needed.
Generic Transverse (Straddle) Cable 2-ended 110mm
$3.95
These short (110mm) straddle cables fit older center-pull road brakes (Weinmann & Dia-Compe) and some U-brakes.
Jagwire Huret Type Inner Shift Cable
$3.95
These double ended cables have a unique disc style head that fits Simplex/Huret and a normal Shimano/SRAM head. The Huret "disc" end will also work with vintage Suntour X-Press MTB shifters.
KMC Half Link 1/8
$3.95
If you are having trouble fitting the desired gears onto a bike with vertical dropouts, this link will let you add or subtract 1/2 a link (1/2 inch) from your chain, allowing you to move the axle 1/4" forward or backward. Different brands of chain have different diameter rivets; these links do not fit all 1/8" chains, but they do fit the models we sell.
KMC Half Link 3/32
$3.95
If you are having trouble fitting the desired gears onto a bike with vertical dropouts, this link will let you add or subtract 1/2 a link (1/2 inch) from your chain, allowing you to move the axle 1/4" forward or backward. This 3/32" half link fits narrow "road" type chains.
Sturmey-Archer Sprocket Circlip (snap ring)
$3.95
Use a thin screwdriver to install/remove this. After installation, use a hammer and punch to ensure that it is properly seated. Click here for a parts diagram of the Sturmey-Archer AW hub.
Various Manufacturers Mickey Cable Barrel Adjuster
$3.95
This unit is intended to fit into a top-tube cable stop and provides a fingertip adjustment for your rear brake. This is very desirable on drop-bar conversions of bicycles originally built for upright bars (upright-bar brake levers usually incorporate a barrel adjuster, while drop-bar levers do not.)
Giant Stainless Slick Brake Cable, Double-ended
$4.95
-Smooth surface and low friction -Pre-stretching reduces elongation for best responsiveness -Stainless: permanent rust-free performance -Double ended for use with road or mountain bikes -1.5 x 1700mm
Giant Stainless Slick Inner Shift Cable
$4.95
These are very high quality rust proof cables. -Stainless steel slick extruded surface -1.1mm x 2100mm -Pre-stretched for precise shifting -Permanent rust free performance -Shimano & SRAM compatible -Single-ended Before you install cables, please check out our cable page
SRAM PowerLink 8/7 Speed Master Link
$4.95
"Power Link" re-usable master link for 7- & 8-speed chains

These re-usable master links allow you to open and close your chain for cleaning without damaging any links.

SRAM PowerLink 9-Speed Master Link
$4.95
"Power Link" re-usable master link for 9-speed chains

These re-usable master links allow you to open and close your chain for cleaning without damaging any links.

Sturmey-Archer Axle Cone Lock Nut
$4.95
3mm thick. Unique thread size, nothing else fits. Shown with left axle nut for comparison Click here for a parts diagram of the Sturmey-Archer AW hub.
Sturmey-Archer Axle Key
$4.95
This is a commonly replaced part, the sliding key that the indicator spindle screws into. Click here for a parts diagram of the Sturmey-Archer AW hub.
Sturmey-Archer Axle Washer 3.2 mm flat
$4.95
Axle spacing washer 3.2 mm (1/8 inch).
Sturmey-Archer Clutch Spring
$4.95
This is the coil spring that fits over the axle to make the hub shift to higher gears. The little cap that is sometimes found on one end of this spring is not needed. Click here for a parts diagram of the Sturmey-Archer AW hub.
Sturmey-Archer Cone Lock Washer (right side)
$4.95
This essential washer incorporates two tabs that secure the wench flats of the right side cone, so that it will stay in adjustment. The right cone adjustment is quite critical. With the left cone slack, the right one should be tightened finger tight, then backed off 1/2 turn, plus as much more as is needed to get the flats to line up with this washer's tabs. Click here for a parts diagram of the Sturmey-Archer AW hub.
Sturmey-Archer Sprocket Spacer 1.7 mm - 1/16
$4.95
Two of these go onto the driver along with the sprocket and the sprocket dust cap. The spacers may be re-arranged to allow you to fine-tune the chain line. These spacers are also sometimes used under the fixed cup of a bottom bracket, or under a thread-on freewheel or track sprocket, to correct chainline or other problems. Click here for a parts diagram of the Sturmey-Archer AW hub.
Sturmey-Archer Thrust Ring
$4.95
This is the part the clutch spring presses against. The axle key fits into a pair of notches in this part. Very old Sturmey-Archer hubs had a two-piece assembly for this, but the one-piece version can replace that. Click here for a parts diagram of the Sturmey-Archer AW hub.
SunRace Rear Derailleur Adaptor Claw
$4.95
Adaptor claw to attach a standard derailer to a rear dropout that does not have a built-in Derailleur mount. The bolt and its special shoulder nut fit in the back of the axle slot. When normally installed, the left end of the wheel's axle will wind up near the middle of its axle slot. This is normal. There are millions of bikes on the road using this system.
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