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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 3:04 pm 
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drjones96 wrote:
Pretty bike!

Q: I just noticed something here. The clamping hardware on the frame seat post clamp looks EXACTLY like the replaceable clamping hardware on the Easton EA70 Stem. Can anyone confirm that it is the same?

If so watch for corrosion. My bolt heads started to rust after the first wet ride on my stem.


It probably is the same. BMC use Easton tubing and components, so I am assuming they have a strong affiliation.

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BMOLLOY wrote:
Excellent build. How do you like the Garmin 305? I am considering one form my bike. I have a 90mm stem so I am wondering how it will look mounted, possibly a little too big. How long is your stem, and do you have any cockpit pics?

Congrats on the new ride!


Thanks everyone,

My stem is 100 mm. Here is a cockpit photo;

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:23 pm 
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drjones96 wrote:
Pretty bike!

Q: I just noticed something here. The clamping hardware on the frame seat post clamp looks EXACTLY like the replaceable clamping hardware on the Easton EA70 Stem. Can anyone confirm that it is the same?

If so watch for corrosion. My bolt heads started to rust after the first wet ride on my stem.


Looks the same to me also. I'll keep an eye on it the next time I get wet, thanks.


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mate I can't get over how beautiful your bike is. How much does something like that cost? Thanks


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Very NICE. Very similar to mine. I've got both the Mavic ES & Campy Bora. I'm still with the older Campy Groupo for now. Now I know what it's gonna look like with it.

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You're going to love the 07 Campy, if you decide to go that way.


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