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PostPosted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 10:00 pm 
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Thanks... for all!

Hope I can take it for a small ride tomorrow.
Nothing too hard, after that it will stay inside waiting for nice summer day.
It´s not going to be a daily rider...but I want to try it. 8)


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Yes, very nice build Shamus .


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jonrock wrote:
It would be interesting to see what it weighs fully built...the campy stuff


Weight is as pictured 9.9kg, so with Campagnolo wheels and some pedals it will be 10.5 :roll:


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Final parts... Campagnolo Record -hubs, Atek -rims and Panaracer Smokes :D

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Now I can say it´s ready!


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Nice. What kind of sprockets did you put on this?


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wonderfull bike old chap.......lovely photos too,the vibrant colours look wonderfull with the snowy background!!how did you get on with the cables??i had a mare recabling my attitude recently!!!


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...like it?

I Love it! 8)


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Sprockets are Campagnolo. 8 speed casette hub.
Cable tubes were in the frame, I did´t change them for this one. I have done it many times and It´s just about luck, sometimes they go at first try and sometimes it takes much longer :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:57 am 
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Ok, so I guess they are of the exo-drive-standard?

Which ratio, 12-28?

Just curious since I am building something of my own and need to find a good combinations of cogs. I believe its possible to mix and match cogs from different cogsets.


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