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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:23 pm 
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Hi Everyone

Had been planning to build myself a vintage racer using this stuff, but after acquiring a minty Raleigh Team Corsa, this gear is now surplus to requirements. Also I could really do with the space :facepalm:

2 x Mirage rears 1 x short 1 x long cage. £22 Each posted
2 x Mirage fronts 1 x triple 1 x double both braze on, with a 31.8 clamp. £15 Each posted
1 x pair of Avanti dual pivot calipers with adjuster upgrade. £25 posted
1 x pair of Mirage Ergos 3 x 8 reasonable hoods. £35 posted
1 x pair of Cinelli 64/44 double groove bars with unknown Japanese stem. £22 posted
1 x Mirage Triple chainset with 48t Stronglight VVGC outer, 42t Campagnolo VGC middle, 32t Campagnolo VGC inner. Also comes with a new French 53t outer and a Mirage 115mm English BB. £45 for all posted
1 x pair of Miche (Campagnolo compatible) hubs built with DB stainless spokes on 32 hole Mavic open pros (Titane grey) VGC with cassette Campagnolo 8 speed fitting. New Kenda k-shield tyres black. £80 posted

I understand this is not high end kit but it is all good useable period stuff. That would be handy to make one bike multipurpose.

Cheers

Mark :D

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Bumpette


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Sensible offers type bump


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:05 pm 
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Evening Mark, got a pic of the wheelset?
cheers
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Hi Richard

Will do one in the morning :wink:

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Mark :D


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:24 pm 
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:)


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Ah, nice. Do you think I’d be able to run a ten speed block on that miche hub?


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2018 12:04 pm 
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If it were Shimano I would say yes in a heartbeat but I have no idea with Campagnolo sorry


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It’s a campag freehub? Sorry for the stupid questions:(
Been caught out several times on this. Hmm. Will take a quick look at Miche cassettes online and see what the largest 8 spd block is I can get (am old and get puffed quickly grinding up hills).
Would you consider splitting and just selling the wheel set?


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