Cross-post from i-BOB, lots of stuff for sale.

Most of these are take-offs from my spring break projects, others were just 
kicking around the parts bin for way too long. My bike budget is in the red 
at the moment, I need to dig myself out :-)

1) Shimano FC-6206 Deore XT 175mm 110/74 Triple Cranks, 46/30 Willow Rings, 
Shimano Cartridge BB - $85 shipped CONUS
--This is a great set of cranks I had on my rando frame. The crank arms are 
elegant, my favorite of the vintage Shimano. They're set up a double, but 
can also be triple. The willow rings have a few hundred miles on them, the 
teeth are in great shape. Comes with a 121mm Shimano Cartridge BB (a couple 
hundred miles on this one).

2) Shimano FC-MT60 Deore 175mm 110/74 Triple Cranks, 49/37/25 Willow Rings, 
Shimano Cartridge BB - $85 shipped CONUS
--This set came off of my all-road Fitz. Crank arms are in good shape, some 
of the shine still left. The Willow rings have a few hundred miles on the, 
teeth still in great shape. Comes with a 121mm Shimano Cartridge BB (a few 
hundred miles on this one).

3) Shimano FC-M550  Deore LX 175mm 110/74 Triple Cranks - $25 shipped CONUS
--I had these on my Cetma cargo bike, but ended up switching to a tandem 
Sugino crankset when I put a Stokemonkey Assist on it. The finish on these 
is a little dull and the Deore LX logo is rubbing off. I might have some 
rings I can throw in for cheap if you need.

4) 8-speed Shimano Bar End Shifters - $35 shipped CONUS
---I tried these only briefly, but just like suntour barcons better. All 
the clicks are there, a few scuffs on these

5) Shimano PD-A520 SPD Pedals - $30 shipped CONUS
--I switched to flat pedals on the bike these were on. Plenty scuffed up, 
but still spin smooth.

6) Shimano Tiagra RD-4601 Long Cage 10-speed - $30 shipped CONUS
--I had this on my rando, but I switched to SRAM 10-speed. This one's 
pretty clean and shiny.

7) Controltech Bar Ends - $12 shipped CONUS
--These were an impulse buy at the LBS to see if I like bar ends on my 
mountain bike. Turns out I don't.

8) Avid BB7 MTN Calipers, Tektro Long Pull Road Levers, Avid Long Pull flat 
bar levers - $60 shipped CONUS
--I switched to TRP short-pull calipers on my all-road Fitz and now have 
these as extra. The calipers don't have mounting posts or bolts. The Tektro 
road levers are in great shape, they were new when I got them. The Avid 
flat bar levers show some wear, but overall in fine shape.

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