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PostPosted: Sun Aug 08, 2004 4:02 pm 
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Columbus website is down at the moment. Have looked on 1 site for Dedacciai that gives the weights of full carbon rear chain and seatstays. Does anyone know the weights of the Carve, Muscle and Super Muscle?


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Everything would all remain dependant on the size of your frame, because they need to change the lengths of the stays(both chain&seat).

It might be worth a try contacting Dedacciai or Columbus.


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Building your own bike, KB?


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Building your own bike, KB?

No, but I'm having a custom built titanium bike from Omega in the Uk and I'm just going over the details before I order. Hence indicative weights for carbon rear end. Dedacciai have weights listed and the Columbus site is down at the moment.


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The supermuscle in the lightest and I think the nicest, but also the most expensive one. I wouldn't take the Carve, it's quite heavy and it is "ordinary"

So it is all about money.


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