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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2004 7:04 pm 
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Hello
I want to know how much my wheels weight. They are ca. 6 years old.
They are mady by Campagnolog in Italy and called Delta. Under its name is written 6061 Alloy Heat Treatment - T6. I think the last is the material?
Hope, somebody can help me!!!!
Thx
Birthe


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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2004 7:13 pm 
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I suggest to weigh your wheels, that's the best.


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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2004 7:19 pm 
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Joel wrote:
I suggest to weigh your wheels, that's the best.


:D :D :D for sure!

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.. but I don't have precise instrument to weigh my wheels. Only for persons (who has a different of an half kilo) or one from the kitchen, but this ist just up to 2kg!
So I need someone who can help me!
Birthe


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DasSiebteSchaf wrote:
.. but I don't have precise instrument to weigh my wheels. Only for persons (who has a different of an half kilo) or one from the kitchen, but this ist just up to 2kg!
So I need someone who can help me!
Birthe

up to two kilo should be plenty for both wheels. Even the heaviest rear wheels shouldn't be more than 2kg!
Maybe you should clean the wheel befor you do that, or do it when nobody's looking :-)

Martin
AKA martl in the TOUR forum :-)

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