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PostPosted: Mon Jul 30, 2012 3:05 pm 
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Yup just use single ring chainring bolts.


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2. UT Compact including 34, 50 chainrings - 170mm arms - £84 - SOLD

I can do this CDA polished and engraved with 39, 53 rings for £100 posted:

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Hi Tel, please reply to my PM.
I need your address to send a crank.
I have bought a Campag crank on Ebay and the buyer is holding it for me till I supply him a shipping address.
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Need some money folks if anyone wants to pm me with offers please do so.


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Can you polish any make of crank to bring it back to life.....early Shimano for example :)

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Can do Shaun yes. Polishing cost for a crank is £20 plus postage although I'm not currently taking any jobs until I have moved.


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Thanks :D Best of luck with the move, is that the little shop you were talking about ?

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One of the CDA cranks is being exchanged. Post updated with sold items.


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Don't forget to let me know Tel when your doing another run so I can ship my cranks to you.
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Will do fella. I'm probably going to collect a load together a couple of times per year and get them done en-mass.


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