BTP Aramid front derailleur clamp

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mises
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by mises

Has anyone tried these out yet?

http://www.b-t-p.de/BTP-English/product ... clamb.html

Look pretty cool, although I would have to convert my derailleur to a braze on to use it.

teutscher
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by teutscher

omg! looks like something... well, reminds me of dead crumpled edible snails. where's your sense of taste?!

don't you hear it screaming?

"hello, i'm crap! c'mon, buy me, i look like black chewing gum wrapped around your seattube and i'm very expensive too!!!! yea yea yea, buy me, i'm rubbish at exorbitant pricing!"

[Edited by Frankie - B =>No need to write in size 24]

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spytech
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by spytech

teutscher wrote:omg! looks like something... well, reminds me of dead crumpled edible snails. where's your sense of taste?!

don't you hear it screaming?

"hello, i'm crap! c'mon, buy me, i look like black chewing gum wrapped around your seattube and i'm very expensive too!!!! yea yea yea, buy me, i'm rubbish at exorbitant pricing!"


ummmmm, relax yourself and get help :roll:

dwegan
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by dwegan

I havnt used it but they should work fine.....using unidirectional fibers like that should hold it pretty tight.....as long as the connection between the metal threded parts and the actual fibers are ok...

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