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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 1:38 pm 
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Thanks wobbly....I already ordered one from Germany...I think it should arrive today...maybe tomorrow.....hope so :)

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That last pic of the Colnago in bed is what I call 'bike porn'.

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It will be nice bike for sure! What I like the most is that it is not slooping :lol: :lol: :lol:

What wheels will you put on :?: Cosmics Pro without stickers would be nice 8)

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Finally .... but still not the final setup .... :wink:

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:thumbup: Very, very nice! What are you changing for the final setup?


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That is tight pro bro.
The saddle, post, cages, man you nailed it.
I actually like the curve to those bars too.
Whats the deal with the wheels?

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Fitnerd wrote:
:thumbup: Very, very nice! What are you changing for the final setup?


The bartape is still missing :wink:
Still haven`t ridden it yet... Loctite hasn`t dried yet...
So the setback and bar position will maybe change a litlle...
At least 1 cm of spacers will be removed (if so ... 1,5 cm`s stay).
And some other litlle things...

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That is tight pro bro.
The saddle, post, cages, man you nailed it.
I actually like the curve to those bars too.
Whats the deal with the wheels?


Thanks man!
This is the Bontrager Race Lite VR alu bar, 42 cm (c-c) ... 233 gr. :)
As for the wheels... this will be the first time for me, to actually ride tubs... :D So the report will follow :)

This pic was made with a cell phone, so some better pics will follow in the next days ...

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Still haven`t ridden it yet... Loctite hasn`t dried yet...


Might want to do a search on here for "Loctite" and Campagnolo. You'll find reference to horror stories about Loctite in the BB threads.

Edit- after re-reading a lot of the posts about this ( since I'm about to install my UT BB as well ), it seems there is still some debate about this. Maybe I'll resurrect one of the old threads instead of spoiling your intro thread.


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What about Loctite??! Tell me, please...

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Thanks to coloclimber about the sadlle choice!! :wink:

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I must say that is one gorgeous c50, but give it a credit and take some dignified photos, it deserves them 8)

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majklnajt wrote:
What about Loctite??! Tell me, please...


Well, I think some people have used blue instead of the proper 222 and that's caused the problems. There seems to be plenty of people who have used the purple low-strength without problems getting them out. So I guess my memory was perhaps skewed.

Anyway, I'm going out to find some 222 myself right now per the recommended instructions. Sorry to scare you.


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No problem :)

I just hope that the mechanic put in the 222 Loctite ;)

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Some better pics :D
And yes, the steer spacer goes down :wink:

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Very very nice. The post/saddle combo is great.

Are you using that 70 gram lead brick of a Colnago fork expander?

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