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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:18 pm 
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bagpuss wrote:
No problem .This rim is a solidal model.if i find the other one i will let you know.


Thank you very muchly.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:22 pm 
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Ian Raleigh wrote:
I've got a brand new never been fitted - never been used Gipiemme branded Simplex SLJ6600 aero rear mech'

I did buy it for spares for my Motobecane !

One problem it cost me a lot of money and not really willing to let it go for no less than £75 :shock:

I can upload some pictures if you just want to have a look at it 8)

The badge is not the awful green-yellow-black- red-blue version, but mine is a copper colour with Gipiemme in the middle


Yes, that's the one :o You sound trustworthy :) Could you post it for the £75?


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DeathDwarf wrote:
Yes, that's the one :o You sound trustworthy :) Could you post it for the £75?


Let me take a few pictures of it before you decide ! These mech's were made for the Italian market to give Campag' a run for their money.

No worries about me being trustworthy a few guys on here have dealt with me in the past and never had any trouble.

Yeh i can post it to you for all included.

Ian.


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nammonk wrote:
I have a pair of Nisi rims in silver, 28h. What number of spoke holes are you looking for?

>> do 7-speed freewheels need 7 speed derailleurs? I mean, if its a non-indexed derailleur can you adjust it so the travel is wide enough?

5,6 and 7 are interchangeable; there is enough travel on a "6" speed mech to cover a 7 speed freewheel. I have used Campag Super/Nuovo/Gran Sport and Suntour mechs on 7 speed freewheels for years. Can't comment on Shimano from personal experience, but I would be very surprised if they didn't have the travel.

Nick


Hi, thanks for the info re the mech - gives me more choice I guess.
Someone else is also trying to find me a pair of Nisi rims, I think I'd maybe prefer silver - or if they're not too pricey I could get both pairs. Would 36 hole theoretically be the stiffest and 28 softer and lighter?


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Ian Raleigh wrote:
DeathDwarf wrote:
Yes, that's the one :o You sound trustworthy :) Could you post it for the £75?


Let me take a few pictures of it before you decide ! These mech's were made for the Italian market to give Campag' a run for their money.

No worries about me being trustworthy a few guys on here have dealt with me in the past and never had any trouble.

Yeh i can post it to you for all included.

Ian.


Thanks.


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Hi mate.

Images attached of the rear mech' 8) I don't think you'll ever come across one of these in such excellent condition.

Paypal personal 'gift' would be nice [thats if you want to pay by paypal]

PM me for further details.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:57 pm 
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28h will be lighter than 36h by 8 spokes per wheel... The rims are the same weight. 36h will build into a stiffer wheel, which can be an issue if you're heavy on your wheels (either because, erm, you are heavy, or because you are putting a lot of power down).

There is a wide range of Nisi rims, and it can be the devil's own job to work out which is which, as the labeling can be a bit hit and miss. Mine are not the very lightweight ones (<300g per rim), but are comparable in weight to Mavic GP4 (400g +). I hardly rode them, as I built them up on a fixed hub and decided I wasn't keen, but they stayed nice and true for the time I did ride them. Maybe somebody else with more experience can comment on the robustness of 28h wheels.

Nick


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 8:35 pm 
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very, very nice!!!

Ian Raleigh wrote:
Hi mate.

Images attached of the rear mech' 8) I don't think you'll ever come across one of these in such excellent condition.

Paypal personal 'gift' would be nice [thats if you want to pay by paypal]

PM me for further details.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 27, 2012 1:02 am 
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Glad your sorted, i had this one.
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I will have a look through the Regina blocks i have, to see if i have what you want.

Regards..Quizzer


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2012 8:48 pm 
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thanks quizzer -
I think the block I specified was an 'Oro'. If it was a bx or cx in 14/24 or 14/26 I may be tempted if the price was right. But I am already buying a 14/28 silver regina block as the ratios are good if I come across any steep hills.


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