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I recognise those rims!

FRO or ULTIMATE .....

I think you beat me to that seat clamp!


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Instead of thinking about selling stuff I tend to go the other way and look for more things and projects to buy. I need to reign myself in otherwise I'll be out on my ear... :?

Absolutely love the Campag rims, I have a set of the Contax on my Zinn, I know they're by no means the lightest but they do look lovely, Especially with the Bullseye hubs!

I've found one Thorr rim for my DB, I'm having no luck with the second one.


I did want a mint rim for this build, considering how long its taking me, thankfully Mr Nevdasmith came to my rescue, the weight for this build wasnt an issue and as with all Nevadas gear, its top notch condition.

I will keep an eye out for another Thorr rim for you... 8)


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nevadasmith wrote:
I recognise those rims!

FRO or ULTIMATE .....

I think you beat me to that seat clamp!


They are yours, thank you for parting with them, I did struggle with the build though. :oops:

How long have you been hunting for a seatclamp, had this one about a year, care of our american friends... :?

It is a Yeti. :wink:


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the second option for cranks... :?


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sinnerman wrote:
the second option for cranks... :?


I'd go for these 8)

I have a feeling we are building 'twins' ;)


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I will keep an eye out for another Thorr rim for you... 8)


Thanks mate, appreciate it! I've got a feeling I might have to scrap the plan for the wheels, but I'm not in rush so I do have that to my advantage.

Great choice of cranks by the way. Super nice!


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tuff choice. Grafton or Bullseye? Had both. Pick Grafton 8)


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nevadasmith wrote:
sinnerman wrote:
the second option for cranks... :?


I'd go for these 8)

I have a feeling we are building 'twins' ;)


FRO or ULTIMATE...?


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sinnerman wrote:
I will keep an eye out for another Thorr rim for you... 8)


Thanks mate, appreciate it! I've got a feeling I might have to scrap the plan for the wheels, but I'm not in rush so I do have that to my advantage.

Great choice of cranks by the way. Super nice!


Cheers bud. 8)


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tuff choice. Grafton or Bullseye? Had both. Pick Grafton 8)


Its leaning that way. 8)


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