just viewed a used cannondale super six evo himod 2013-model with little dubious origin (edit: of course its safe that its not stolen, but there is no receipt, seller got it for a special price, due to "connections" to cd...). i was very surprised about tire clearance. ca 3-4 mm on each side, with conti 25 mm. i often read, that conti 25 mm hardly can be used with this frame, because of a lack of tire clearance.
could this probably be an indication for a china-fake frame?
are there any other indications for recognizing a china-fake-cannodale?
thanks for short info, regards
but back to topic: are there any indications for recognizing a cannondale super six evo china-fake-frame?
just received a picture of a friend documenting the tire-situation at the chainstays of his super six evo 2013. looks exactly identical to the frame i viewed today. so i suppose, everything alright with it, no china fake. problem solved.
23mm (measure 25mm) Vittoria Corsa tubless on 22mm wide rims fit with a couple of mm each side.
There were a lot of older Supersix frames being sold very cheap in the U.K. Over the last few years.
The Hi-mod SRAM Red bike I picked up for £1800 down from £5000.
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yes, thats sounds very similar to what seller told me: frameset is although from the 2013-red-modell (nice paintjob!), and she paid much less than the 5000.- euro-list-price for the fully-equipped bike.
btw: how much may the 2013-evo-himod-frameset, in very good condition, cost? (she didnt use it a lot, because of geometry, which didnt fit)
thanks for short info, regards,
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