Colnago C40 Mk. 2 51cm Mapei

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dudemanppl
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by dudemanppl

These bars are definitely Shimano only bars. Find me some Rotundos or Zero 100 Shallows for $40 bucks and I'll pick em up to replace these.

m4k1
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by m4k1

i enjoy the neoclassics but they are definately strange bars. set the hoods u
too high and the brake levers will start pointing outwards...

but i think your bar setup is alright. nothing wrong with that angle

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themidge
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by themidge

FWIW I've been able to set up my neo-classics just fine with the flat part of the drops parallel to the ground (the proper angle) and shifters roughly parallel to the flat part of the drops (also the proper angle). They're shimano 5700 levers though, I don't know how campy would fit, hopefully okay though as that's my planned upgrade.
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About to get revived... Photos in a week or so.

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