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thelorax121
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by thelorax121

Fun build I put together last year. Total weight w/o pedals was right at 7kg

- Tuned Sram Red 2x10 Shifters. Levers stripped of the loud logos and 'Campy style' finger holes added to levers.
- Sram Red 22 FD w/Yaw (aka no trimming)
- Sram Red FD upgraded sealed bearing aluminum jockey wheels
- Stripped and polished Sram Force Crankset with matched chainring bolts
- Silver Sram Red Brake Calipers
- Low Mileage Custom, Matching Wheelset with Silver Ritchey Pro hubs laced to blue anodized Mavic CXP21 rims. 25mm (26mm actual) Continental GrandPrix 4000s2 Tires mounted with matched Ti skewers
- Ritchey WCS Seatpost, 100mm 6deg stem, and Ritchey WCS carbon handlebars wrapped with Arundel tape
- Flite saddle with titanium rails

Thanks for looking!

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

This is a cool bike man. How'd you do the stripping/polishing on the crank?

thelorax121
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by thelorax121

jbaillie wrote:
Mon May 06, 2019 9:24 pm
This is a cool bike man. How'd you do the stripping/polishing on the crank?
Elbow grease lol. Just a good bit of wet sanding with consecutively finer grades. It's pretty easy to see when you get through the clear. As for the polish, just a bit of carnauba wax.

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