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PostPosted: Sat Jan 15, 2005 8:07 pm 
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I love stiff frames and don't no which one to choose, or if you know any other frames i should put on my short list.


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Hey, I think the CAAD 7 is an awsome frame.

Coincidentally I have a brand new one for sale, lol.

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... php?t=4652

It's a 54cm, let me know if you are interested.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 15, 2005 10:37 pm 
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Take the Cannondale CAAD7 and if you have the money then buy their Hollowgram cranks too

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 15, 2005 11:59 pm 
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Cannondale wrote:
Take the Cannondale CAAD7 and if you have the money then buy their Hollowgram cranks too


that is if he can get a CAAD 7 with the O/S BB


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I saw a set of Hollogram cranks for sale on Ebay and the seller said Cannondale are going to bring out a bottom bracket to enable fitment of Hollogram cranks to a standard bottom bracket!What do you think,Bull**** or true?I can't find any more info out about it/

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CAADHEAD wrote:
I saw a set of Hollogram cranks for sale on Ebay and the seller said Cannondale are going to bring out a bottom bracket to enable fitment of Hollogram cranks to a standard bottom bracket!What do you think,Bull**** or true?I can't find any more info out about it/


doesnt sound like it. if that were true, then they would have made their caad 8 frames with O/S BB, but they dont. they only make the 613 with the O/S BB because they want only their high end frame with that crank. but you never know, still it doesnt sound like cannondale.


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The CAAD8 is available with Hollogram bb,for the SI carbon crank made by FSA.

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CAADHEAD wrote:
The CAAD8 is available with Hollogram bb,for the SI carbon crank made by FSA.


Where? cannondale was called up by my store, they said they were not produced. it is not even on their site. but i would like to know where if you have some insight. thanks. if you read O/S BB they are talking about the outboard bearings that come with certain crank system, NOT for the Si cranks.


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Have a look at thishttp://www.cannondale.com/bikes/05/ce/model-5RR1D.html

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CAADHEAD wrote:


ah, nice find. that is eurpean site, i was looking for USA. would they sell it here in the USA? also would be nice if they sold just the frameset with the Si hollowgram cranks and not the Si carbon cranks. that is, if they sell the frameset at all.


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That I don't no,don't see why you couldn't get it,ask your dealer,weird if you couldn't as Cannondale is American!I'd like to get my hands on that frame,but I'd keep my SI cranks,the carbon SI cranks are heavy.

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CAADHEAD wrote:
but I'd keep my SI cranks,the carbon SI cranks are heavy.


Yeah. i tried, they gave me the run around. - but i will try again. i will let you know of the results.


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Thanks,I'd only buy a CAAD8 with SI bottom bracket shell,nothing else would do,alloy SI cranks rock!

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Look 486 is VERY stiff but I guess to heavy for a real WW :wink:


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I have heard that the new CAAD8 is not as stiff as a CAAD7


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