Ted Ciamillo is alright.

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Herbert
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by Herbert

Oh no, I live so close to Ted and the ZG factory and am still waiting for my care package. But I guess good things come to those who wait.

Herbert

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by bobalou

When I got the email about a goody bag I was thinking a tshirt and maybe a coupon or some power bars. :lol:

All I can say is DAMN that's a nice consolation. Thanks Ted. :thumbup:

I already was a zero G customer and still hope you put out a crankset. In addition to the brakes (hey that would have been more then enough!) thanks for the well put letter and the shirt .. not to mention, that's a real quality t-shirt, kind of like an Under Armor type I think.

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by drjones96

Got mine when I got home from work! Will give them a good run to see how they hold up. :twisted:

Ted is alright.

On a side note, if anybody gets "Outside" magazine his Subhuman project had a little blurb in the October 07 issue on page 58! Was pretty cool to see. I was fondleing my Zero G brakes and flipping through the magazine I got in the same mail delivery and saw his sub. :lol: ....maybe this is only funny to me.

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bigskyTi
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by bigskyTi

I'd be happy to take any of those inferior cranks off your hands. No sense in letting them just rot in the basement.

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by cadence90

Mine arrived today! :D

This is an incredible gesture! Thanks much, Ted. :thumbup:
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The other cool thing about the 2007 ZG's with yellow pads is that they match my Livestrong Oakley's which are also black + yellow 8)

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Herbert
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by Herbert

That is exactly what the mailman delivered to me today. Thank you so much Ted and Christian. You guys rock and this t-shirt is very cool and far from lousy.

Herbert


mzagorski wrote:More pics...

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Cyco
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by Cyco

My package turned up in The Netherlands today.

I'm most impressed. Even if the project never happened, I never expected to receive anything. The t-shirt was nice. The brakes totally over the top.
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So I mounted my brakes last night. I tooled around on them a bit to test them out. Feels pretty nice. Plenty of stopping power for me. :thumbup:

I couldn't use the back nut for the front brake because it didn't seem to be compatable with my Easton EC90SL fork. So I just used the one that came off my bike.

Now I've got some nice like-new Dura Ace brakes that don't have a bike to go on. Anybody want to give them a nice home? ($150+shipping) :wink:

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by mrowkoob

I´m thinking of having "Big Fellow" engraved on the brakes.
What do you guys think? Too much?
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by Juanmoretime

mrowkoob wrote:I´m thinking of having "Big Fellow" engraved on the brakes.
What do you guys think? Too much?


Actually its an awesome idea! I'll need to look into it also.
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Cyco
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by Cyco

I'll happily ship mine to anyone who is getting this done.

Would make them even more special.
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Juanmoretime wrote:Of all days to leave my camera at home! :sorry: :exactly: and :soon:



send me the shirt... I'll send you back the pics!

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