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PostPosted: Sat Jul 10, 2004 2:40 pm 
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  - Weight: 31,8mm 11g,
  - Weight: 34,9mm 13g


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Already done:
http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2435

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damn...sorry.

thread closed :roll:

btw. someonte told that its crap. i'm using the seat post clamp
from b-t-p, and it works fine (the construction is simular...)

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tobias wrote:
damn...sorry.

thread closed :roll:

btw. someonte told that its crap. i'm using the seat post clamp
from b-t-p, and it works fine (the construction is simular...)


of course it does work but it also does look crappy, especially if you belong to those having an eye on price-performance ratio. should sp-/ fd-clamps at 75€/89€ really look like something chewed and spat onto ones seatpost? even unidirectional fibre material can be arranged in a less scamped looking way ;)

any bloody backyard dabbler could have done it better and it would have taken not more than, say, 15€ (by wich i'm talking of retail prices) and a few hours in your garage...


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 11, 2004 4:31 am 
Obviously, that product doesn't quite have the "appeal" to those who are interested in asthetics of products.

Out of curiousity, what would a Record derailleur clamp weigh?

Surely B-T-P would have had the equipment to produce a more visually attractive piece?


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