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Old 01-31-08, 03:49 PM   #1
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And some Triplex Deraillers

Another Spanish Campagnolo copy company. These turn up on ebay now and then, I've gotten a couple sets.
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Is that really purple in the derailleur?

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Yeap, purple paint!
Oh, very nice.

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Another Spanish Campagnolo copy company. These turn up on ebay now and then, I've gotten a couple sets.
How smoothly and accurately do they function, and how do they hold up over time?
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Don't know, haven't used them yet!
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Not very well, on all counts.
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