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Monkeyboy3333 wrote:...what wheels are you running there?
Rims: Speedercycling 38mm Carbon Rims 12K Carbon (Back 28, Front 24 Speichen)
Hubs: VIA Components Naben with ceramic bearings
Ceramic hybrid bearing (Bearings: ABEC3, Si3N4. Ball: Grade 5) and EZO bearings to provide fast and smooth riding.
• Front: 80 grams, gloss black
• Rear: 269 grams, gloss black
• Cassette: 7075 aluminium body, Shimano 9-10speed compatible and interchangeable Shimano 11speed and Campagnolo 10-11speed
Spokes: Sapim CX-Ray und back/right Sapim CX Sprint
Nippels: Sapim Hexagonal Alu
I actually never used them. They will be for sale in the next season.
I got me another wheelset with a powermeter hub.
Username sounds delicious.Miss that German dish!
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You wouldn't happen to be on the east coast would you?
A buddy on another forum was selling in a Ventoux in that size for dirt cheap. I missed the sale by a few weeks.
nevertheless good decision to change to a powertap-wheelset.
which bottle-cages are those?
those stevens-framesets are excellent products. just got a 2011 slc-team in perfect condition for nothing at ebay. very light and well manufactured. thinking about getting the paint stripped and a repaint in clear matte or black matte. the frame is´worth spending some money on it.
Krull wrote:which bottle-cages are those?
those are the Scorpo SL Bottle Cage by Stevens.
http://www.stevensbikes.de/2013/index.p ... lang=en_US
Congratulations on your frame. I would get it painted by EtoE. They do really nice paint jobs.
thanks for info.
i prefer a modest and light painiting, matte unicoloured. i think etoe is specialist for elaborate, muticoloured paintings, but thats not, what i am looking for.
for a really light paintjob, i need a good painter anyway..
btw.: "spaetzle"....are you member of the swabian colonnies in berlin..?..stuttgart....?
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