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PostPosted: Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:21 pm 
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as above, lovely frame but shimano 105 is just wrong..
not mentioning bar tape :oops:


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as above, lovely frame but shimano 105 is just wrong..
not mentioning bar tape :oops:


Why?....Don't bother to answer that...i probably know the answer......live and let live....each to there own.....wrong you but not wrong for someone else.

When i was a lad...i was told....'Either say something good or say nothing!'

There is nothing inherently wrong in pairing a Colnago frame and Shimano 105 components.

Give the seller a break and allow him to sell a nice bike without damning with faint praise.....In my book it is a nice bike....period!


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sawston_vulcan wrote:
knyazb wrote:
as above, lovely frame but shimano 105 is just wrong..
not mentioning bar tape :oops:


Why?....Don't bother to answer that...i probably know the answer......live and let live....each to there own.....wrong you but not wrong for someone else.

When i was a lad...i was told....'Either say something good or say nothing!'

There is nothing inherently wrong in pairing a Colnago frame and Shimano 105 components.

Give the seller a break and allow him to sell a nice bike without damning with faint praise.....In my book it is a nice bike....period!


haha, sounded like really nice way of saying "shut up, what I say is a FACT!"
i put it this way: lets agree on disagree, leon


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knyazb wrote:
sawston_vulcan wrote:
knyazb wrote:
as above, lovely frame but shimano 105 is just wrong..
not mentioning bar tape :oops:


Why?....Don't bother to answer that...i probably know the answer......live and let live....each to there own.....wrong you but not wrong for someone else.

When i was a lad...i was told....'Either say something good or say nothing!'

There is nothing inherently wrong in pairing a Colnago frame and Shimano 105 components.

Give the seller a break and allow him to sell a nice bike without damning with faint praise.....In my book it is a nice bike....period!


haha, sounded like really nice way of saying "shut up, what I say is a FACT!"
i put it this way: lets agree on disagree, leon


I am not telling you to shut up...well yes i am....and i am going to shut up too....yes...lets agree to disagree but not on someones thread...this is subjective...this is not fair to the seller.....that is all i am saying.....next you will be calling me a Stalinist....ha ha and i am not!......so no more from me on this subject either....there!

However...i apologise if you feel i was being disrespectful to you.


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I feel ok;), this not my project. I bought this bike in this specyficationa and I dont want to tuch it, if neccesery I will.

Regards dawid


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 8:28 pm 
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ditbicykles wrote:
I feel ok;), this not my project. I bought this bike in this specyficationa and I dont want to tuch it, if neccesery I will.

Regards dawid

Dawid, it's a cool looking bike! I got jumped on because i voiced my personal preference to see it with Campagnolo components, ...nothing personal mate, but if you want to sell this I reckon the price is a bit strong based on similar bikes for sale...jus' saying, have a bump :)


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