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PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2009 8:47 pm 
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The silver is nice but I would say that!
You must put a random part on in some strange colour though to get people complaining!
It would be interesting to see what it weighs fully built...the campy stuff Ive had is not too light I seem to remember..
A classic..very nice condition also
J :lol:


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jonrock wrote:
It would be interesting to see what it weighs fully built...the campy stuff Ive had is not too light I seem to remember..


I will weight it tomorrow... Campy wheels are not light! Cranks are quite heavy also.

o.t. Maybe I can help with postage...it was quite much :shock:


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Great colour 'backfire' 8)


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Yes too high postage...
How can something so light cost so much? Its the funny size I guess needs a large box....being uncut :wink:
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Fantastic bike, Shamus!!!!

Why don´t you try to install the brakes just like mine? Less play and more power:


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 11:28 am 
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MadCowKev wrote:
(although I still say too big for you :wink: )


That makes two of us :D


Lovely bike you made this one again.
Are going to ride it or is it a garagequeen. The frame was pretty newish when you bought it.


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Lovely. :D


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Very nice, and good to see some Campy stuff, tis not that common really is it?


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Shamus its absolutely lovely!!!!!!!!!


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