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 Post subject: argon 18 e 118 TT
PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:16 pm 
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size xs
enve 1.65 wheels
sram ret tt group.
selle san marco zoncolan saddle
look aero pedals
7.8 kg


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:thumbup: Sweet tt machine!

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 Post subject: Re: argon 18 e118
PostPosted: Sat Nov 19, 2011 1:09 am 
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Have you got any pictures of the front end?

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 Post subject: Re: argon 18 e118
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More pics please.


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 Post subject: Re: argon 18 e118
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Another request for more pictures.

I'm interested in the top tube: it appears to curve towards the seattube but it is largely straight until it nears the junction. Is that just for the XS size?

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 Post subject: Re: argon 18 e118
PostPosted: Sat Nov 19, 2011 3:03 am 
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Very nice TT bike. Request for a pic of the head tube to see how far that side pull cable sticks out :smartass:

prendrefeu wrote:
I'm interested in the top tube: it appears to curve towards the seattube but it is largely straight until it nears the junction. Is that just for the XS size?

It's just for the XS size. The XS E-116, E-114, E-112 and E-80 have the same feature.

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 Post subject: Re: argon 18 e 118 TT
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Hi hansonator,

Nice bike indeed. Planning to get the same frame. But encountered some issues with the aerobar on other forums. Some owners are claiming that there's an excessive lateral flex on the aerobars specially when the aerobar spacers are installed (horizontal movement of aerobars). Do you experienced that problem? How do you like the frame so far? :)

Also, would like to know if there are cable stops at the top tube. Or does all three cable housing runs continually all the way through the down tube going to the rear brakes and derailleurs?

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 Post subject: Re: argon 18 e 118 TT
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micropox wrote:
Hi hansonator,

Nice bike indeed...

This isn't my bike... :lol:

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hansonator69 wrote:
micropox wrote:
Hi hansonator,

Nice bike indeed...

This isn't my bike... :lol:


OOPS!! Sorry... My Bad... :oops:

Message was intended for Assikabir :)


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