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 Post subject: Red Canti's
PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 9:50 am 
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Does anyone know what these red anodized canti's are?
They were off a pair of manitou 3's I bought.They're pretty light!
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They look like the natural precurser to the Curve C3 cantis, found on early Konas, but that is just a guess. I think Cruve went by 'Pyrannha' (can't spell, sorry) befor ethey changed their name to Curve.

Only an observation.


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they look like Graftons or campagnolo ( not in red though ) . .


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Could be some obscure german brand to. Definitely not Grafton or Campa.


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but they are like them , especially the way you set the cable .

have you got the little bolt to pinch the cable ?


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Thats all I have...... :shock:
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they look like gravity research rim crushers, i had a set on a pace about 11 years ago, though i can't remmember if they were milled clean through where yours are recessed or not.


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they look like gravity research rim crushers, which were the first of the grafton copies.


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