Colnago C64 - Inside and Out

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IvanZg
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by IvanZg

I have the same thing on my v2r. Left piece is split ring made out of plastic together with rubber seal that covers top portion of head set bearing. Top cap goes direct on top of that. nothing else is needed

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Calnago
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Hmm, I’m not seeing any split ring in that piece shown above. Here’s what I’ve seen...
Top of the c64 headtube... as it comes from the factory, cups and bearings installed...
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And the beveled split ring, on the right below... the one on the left (not beveled) was for a slightly earlier design....
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Certainly could have changed things for sure, especially with the new integrated stuff, I just haven’t seen that piece.
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r4nd0mv4r14bl3
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by r4nd0mv4r14bl3

Thanks for your replies. Yes, it is a split ring, just not visible on the photo. The top part is rubbery, just enough to cover the bearing.
Good to hear there is no washer.

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Good to know. Thanks.
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welchy wrote:
Tue Apr 30, 2019 9:16 am
That is just beautiful - i've just dropped my stem another 10mm with surprising comfort, enve stem going on too. Colour of the S Works walls works very very well, i find the vittoria tan wall too light..
I agree with the looks of the S Works vs. the Vittoria. Also, having ridden the S Works for a few months now, it is a stunning tire.
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Calnago wrote:Good to know. Thanks.
Calnago, tried to send you a PM via Tapatalk but not sure if it came through

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TheKaptone wrote:Calnago, tried to send you a PM via Tapatalk but not sure if it came through
Haven’t received anything yet.
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Do you need to have a certain number if posts before you can PM? Could you try one to me and then I can reply parhaps

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frommel wrote:The black is a beauty. Just finished mine! Image


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What saddle bag is that?

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That’s a Fizik OO.

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Hi frommel, the bike of my dreams... congratulations.... lovely

About the sram AXS do you have godd comments??
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wboyle3 wrote:
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frommel wrote:The black is a beauty. Just finished mine! Image


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Hi frommel, the bike of my dreams... congratulations.... lovely

About the sram AXS do you have godd comments??
regards

What saddle bag is that?

frommel
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I like AXS. It is my first electronic shifter experience so I cannot really compare it to Shimano or Campagnolo but it is very smooth and shifts very well. Also like the extended range!


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Watching and reading and looking forward to the final outcome any thoughts on paint color? GV

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BxgqHjThYTh ... 2uzwv8fyen

Mapei colours for those so inclined

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