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Old 05-09-07, 06:42 PM   #1
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841d bianchi

I recently acquired a Bianchi 841d 1980's bike. It is a made in Italy model. Can you tell me what the d stands for and speak to the quality or lack thereof "whichever it may be" of the tubeset and workmanship. Any info on the bike would be helpful and appreciated.
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That is the bike I acquired. I am excited about the purchase, but am looking for some honest info on the bike and its build from some of you fellas that have been at this much longer than I have. I am sure I will enjoy it, I am interested in learning more about its place in the Bianchi line up. Thanks.
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