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PostPosted: Sat Nov 25, 2006 11:29 pm 
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Mads Kock wrote:
yeah - lookwise it looks much better without the SRM! More simple - more cool :-) got the idea from you with Dura Ace crankarms and black chainrings hehe!


Hope it will work better for you than me... But the look!

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I'm using TA chainrings instead of Stronglight - worked fine on the SRM crankset so hopefully it will be the same with other crankarms!

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Mads Kock wrote:
I'm using TA chainrings instead of Stronglight - worked fine on the SRM crankset so hopefully it will be the same with other crankarms!


I think they will... I was never very impressed over the Stronglights...

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I have only tried them once or twice on my mtb - seemed to work fine there!

I'm waiting for the new Campagnolo Neutron Ultra wheels - sounds like a nice wheel with a fair weight and good price!

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Mads Kock wrote:
I'm waiting for the new Campagnolo Neutron Ultra wheels - sounds like a nice wheel with a fair weight and good price!


They will be so nice on your bike... Don't think you can go wrong with any Campag wheel! My trainer, former OL-competitor i Moscow and won the WC for masters last year, have previously driven LW, but have know Neutron Ultra Clincher which he thinks is a much better wheel...

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