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SWijland
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@User Name: those DA 7800 cranks might be the best looking ones around!

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SWijland
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normcorriveau wrote:Here's my latest:

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First R5 I actually like, A LOT! You did a really nice job on combining parts.

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SWijland wrote:@User Name: those DA 7800 cranks might be the best looking ones around!

Thanks. I removed the coating, then buffed them to hell, Ray Dobbins style. :mrgreen:
The job was bigger and messier than I anticipated, and the results weren't as good as I'd hoped for (for instance, I lost some of the logo), so I doubt I'll ever so it again.

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This is one of his many hot old bikes (De Rosa)

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My DA 7700 anniversary groupset luckely came all polished 8) .

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Nice. Me jealous. :thumbup:

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Doyler wrote:
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Do you know there's a easier way to change a tyre? :mrgreen:

But seriously, I hope you weren't badly hurt.
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Here's mine with Corima Aero + clincher wheels:

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User Name wrote:Do you know there's a easier way to change a tyre? :mrgreen:

But seriously, I hope you weren't badly hurt.
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I was in the car at the time :oops:

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normcorriveau wrote:Here's my latest:

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Looong femurs ?

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Currently saving up for some good wheels.
Rear is a 2012 Powertap Pro wheel at the moment. Front is a crock o'shite Alexrim effort that came on an old TT bike I had. I secretly like it.

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Posted this in its own thread but figured it could go here too...

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reidarherre
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Here are my new pride :)

1240g alpha wheels, FMB tubes and steel speedplays. 5,85 kg.

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2012 Cervelo R5ca Campa Superrecord.

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^ Nice ride! :thumbup:

Not a fan of the red Campy hoods, but maybe a little contrast is necessary on a stealthed frame like that. I'd debadge those wheels too!
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2012 Cannondale CAAD10

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This is what used to be my Cervelo before it got hit by a car.
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In its honour, I'd prefer not to show the aftermath.
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2012 Cannondale CAAD10

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