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Coolwall Nov 2010 - Campagnolo MTB groupsets
Cool 72%  72%  [ 143 ]
Uncool 28%  28%  [ 55 ]
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 10:27 pm 
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Not the best, because very heavy and campagnolo had understood nothing for mtb.


So it's heavy and doesn't work, how can that be cool? Being crap yet weighing less than a fag paper means it has at least one redeeming quality but not working and weighing a ton that's just pants!

Righty, off to the knitting forum for me too.

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No contest for me, ultra cool. Don't care how it works, let's be honest, from when functionality is a factor here? Thumbies are bad and they are cool, Kooka is cool ! C'on Campag is sub-zero in comparison, beautiful design, really want one day.


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If it has crankboltcovers with a 79 $ asking price, it must be cool.


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Hmmm. On balance, overall, taking evrything into account....pass me the knitting needles.

Some Campag road brifters are "better" than Shhhh, but that's about it.


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Cool, its Campy. I'm still uncertain how this could even be a discussion.


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You actually bought garden chairs to match your bike :lol: :lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol:
For me, it's a possible definition of "cool" :D


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I bet if they brought out some new mtb gear it'd sell by the bucket load. :wink:


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I bet if they brought out some new mtb gear it'd sell by the bucket load. :wink:


If it works as well as their current road (and looks as sharp) it probably would.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 2:42 pm 
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Nah! it was nothing but trouble, pretty but trouble

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 2:51 pm 
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....very clunky in comparison to S but very cool...!!!!!!!!! 8)


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