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coloclimber wrote:
Very very nice. The post/saddle combo is great.

Are you using that 70 gram lead brick of a Colnago fork expander?


You mean that metall thing in the fork tube? :D


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Just in the process of doing my C50... great looking bike!


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Thanks. Have fun building it. I hope your become all the parts on time, because I was waiting like crazy for them :D

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Anyone wants to buy this 28 mm seatpost?
I know it sounds sick, but I have to lower my sadlle and the colnago sign will vanish into the seat tube... :roll:

But you can also talk me away from selling it :D

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what about the weight?


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7,40 kg

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Some new pics after chain change :D

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I think that frame is to big for you :idea:

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Willier wrote:
I think that frame is to big for you :idea:

I was aware of that when buying it.
In the modern days - you are right! :D
In the old, classic days - the frame is perfect.

In the look of a weightweenie - the frame is enormous. :D

Practically, the frame is too big, when you cannot put the saddle any lover and/or even with the shortest stem, you can`t reach the levers :D

Personally, I like it, because of the classic look.

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Kupi SlR sedež in boš lahko dvignil sedežno oporo za cca 1,5 cm, bo takoj bolje izgledalo.

Buy SLR seat, so you can lift seat post 1,5 cm higher.Bike will look certanly better.

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Hvala, ampak SLR mi niti malo ne odgovarja. Kot, da bi sedel na betonu. :wink:

Thanks, but I dont like SLR. It`s like sitting on concrete.

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Looking good and fast!

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Thanks Coloclimber! You`re a man with taste ... :wink:

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Frame size looks perfect.

How have those wheels held up so far? Is the breaking surface as durable as they say?

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