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PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2005 11:16 am 
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Does anyone know how to contact "Carbon Crew" in Germany or know a URL or an e-mail address ? I saw an article on the web about them making an all carbon rear derailleur for Campag 10 speed that weighs 135g (picture attached).

Very grateful for any responses.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2005 11:25 am 
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Their telephone/fax number is 07144/890290, they are located in Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany)


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I find it hard to understand that companies dont have internet sites these days. A company like this one would realy benifit from a internet site. There is such a huge market for these type of products and if they make enough from just Germany, imagine how much they would make in the world.

plus you dont need a good site, no offence to www.schmolke-carbon.de there site is terrible, but it does its job and gets sales. Thats the main thing.


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wow...what's the cost of that thing...any idea

that is porn with a capital P :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


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Boonen wrote:
Their telephone/fax number is 07144/890290, they are located in Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany)


Many thanks.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2005 11:45 am 
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zakeen wrote:
I find it hard to understand that companies dont have internet sites these days. A company like this one would realy benifit from a internet site. There is such a huge market for these type of products and if they make enough from just Germany, imagine how much they would make in the world.

plus you dont need a good site, no offence to www.schmolke-carbon.de there site is terrible, but it does its job and gets sales. Thats the main thing.


I totally agree. Especially with such specialist parts if you limit yourself to your home market it is just plain wasteful. Just a simple page with an e-mail address and a phone number would be a good start !!!


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big fellow wrote:
wow...what's the cost of that thing...any idea

that is porn with a capital P :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


Here is the link http://www.campyonly.com/rumors.html (search the page for "Carbon Crew"). They say 500 Euro's.


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Hi, you can buy them from Bernard Langerbein [although they are indeed made by carbon-crew, something i falsely denied some time ago, sorry for that guys :] , you can reach him by email, his website is www.b-t-p.de. They cost i believe 550 euro. I tried one last week, was a prototype but wasnt satisfied with the performance [it weighted 114 gr, was tuned down extra by mr Langerbein]. Bernard told me the new one he gets will perform better but i decided the good old record has to do it ;]]
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josupzh, could u please describe how the prototype worked? almost perfect shifting, good shifting, bad shifting?

where were the problems-in the smallest cog, biggest cog, or in the middle?

thanks.


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I Love seeing all these High end carbon fiber parts . But I cant stand the waiting for them . Anymore news on the availability of this product ?


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email him and you can i think immediatly buy one, as far as i know he's about to get a new one..www.b-t-p.de
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