Re: Colnago C59.....is done and pictures are in

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

Really nice, I like it with the 3T gear too.
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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

I like it!!! :thumbup: :beerchug:

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jimaizumi
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by jimaizumi

So damn nice! Great build and the 3T combo looks perfect for the bike!
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by wshiong

like the bike setup :thumbup:
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Robroyski
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by Robroyski

fa63 wrote:That looks great, well done :thumbup:

Got a weight?




The total weight is 6.230 kg / 13.73 lbs.

The original weight with iLink cables was at 6.200 kg, but poor performance and issues with front derailleur :x forced me to go with Campy cables.

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by Carbon_Cowboy

Play on playa...play on :thumbup:

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by kgt

Congrats! :thumbup:

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by Scottybee

Shhh... with these Italian ladies its not polite to ask the weight unless given permission first... they're verrrry beautiful but also very well fed (if you get what im getting at)

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Holy cow! Well this is WW, even the Italians are underweight now
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by giant man

Absolutely classic build which looks superb! Well done .. the best GDYB I've seen so far.

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Click Click, save as :thumbup:

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by addicted

Pretty much my dream bike. :up:

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Rumsas wrote:Click Click, save as :thumbup:

hehehehe, good one Rumsas :beerchug:

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Roobay
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by Roobay

you have made a lovely job of this...
i think the LW suit really well, and the 3T
I think because the frame is a busy one colour wise the plainness of the LW emphasise the true complexity of the colour ways on the frame.
Unlike mine with Bora Ultra IIs which are a much busier design, i know realise that the Boras might need to have the decals removed...
All said great build :thumbup:
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Montana
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by Montana

Perfect! :beerchug:

Robroyski
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by Robroyski

@Roobay,

I think you are right in regards to wheels..... Less stickers is better on the wheels.

I also have set of shamals ultra II and bike get's too busy with them...

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