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Old 05-10-06, 04:59 AM   #1
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Oria ML 25 tubing

Does anybody know how this tubing compares to Columbus or Reynolds?
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Late 1980s, plain gauge, CrMo, Italian tubeset. The closest Columbus equivalent is Aelle, but it is lighter than Aelle, having top and seat tubes, and stays that are 0.1mm thinner.
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Late 1980s, plain gauge, CrMo, Italian tubeset. The closest Columbus equivalent is Aelle, but it is lighter than Aelle, having top and seat tubes, and stays that are 0.1mm thinner.
Thanks for the info T-mar very helpful!
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