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PostPosted: Wed Mar 05, 2008 9:35 pm 
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Most accurate scale in the house atm. :lol:

Calibrated by the weight of a record cage the scale shows 5 grams too much. 8)

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What shifters? Campy? Can you take a pic with your choice of shifters mounted form the side?

What size?

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Mmm, lovely curves. I was thinking of getting the Ergonova's for this years build, but can't find them in the UK yet. Hopefully they won't be long now.

Are the red stripes around the drops purely for looks?

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i want them!!!
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I'm going to take a guess, but I think those are 42's. Am I right?

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Warblade wrote:
I'm going to take a guess, but I think those are 42's. Am I right?


You are correct.

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I think the shape pretty similar to Newton Shallow bend we all like so much, but then lighter and nice UD Carbon.

Cost me 140 Euro.

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TlM wrote:
Warblade wrote:
I'm going to take a guess, but I think those are 42's. Am I right?


You are correct.


I am god.

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That bar has a great shape to it. And that scale looks like from the 50s!

Nice collection of plants you have there. Is that a Mimosa pudica in the back?


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What a scale!


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Nice collection of plants you have there. Is that a Mimosa pudica in the back?


Dont forget to ask the weight of it!! We're WW!! :lol:

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There are quite a number of 3T fakes on the market. Plenty of buyers who dont mind saving $200+ on retail for the same "look". Any one have good experiences with the carbon fakes?

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There are quite a number of 3T fakes on the market. Plenty of buyers who dont mind saving $200+ on retail for the same "look". Any one have good experiences with the carbon fakes?


Maybe a more relevant question is "anyone have any bad experiences with the carbon fakes?"

I really like these bars. Have both the LTD and Team versions. Also like the Deda Campione. Very similar shape. I just like classic bars that aren't too shallow. These fit the bill.

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So much fake 3T in the marketplace now I won't buy anything unless it's from an unimpeachable source.


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