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Old 06-14-12, 06:11 AM   #1
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Box of ____________ Parts. . .

See the box of Campy parts I bought:

Although not high end (most of it is Victory), I think a good buy at $100.









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Not a bad days score!
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I don't think the recyclers will pick that stuff up curbside in your town, Bikeman, but I know a place where it can go: I'll be by later today to pick it up to help keep the planet green.
Your grand-kids will thank me.
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I recently put a bike back on the road with Victory/Triomphe stuff on it.

It works just fine.......I'd be good with that deal, too.
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Not a bad days score!
Thanks! I was extremely tired at the moment and almost passed at the moment.

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Thank again! I had a very small window of opportunity. Thankfully I could make the 40 minute trip and get back in time to teach a Bible study (I'm a minister).

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I don't think the recyclers will pick that stuff up curbside in your town, Bikeman, but I know a place where it can go: I'll be by later today to pick it up to help keep the planet green.
Your concern for the environment is appreciated (also self serving at the moment)

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I recently put a bike back on the road with Victory/Triomphe stuff on it.

It works just fine.......I'd be good with that deal, too.
Until just recently, I never owned a bike with Campy. I will like put some of this on my Bertoni. Thanks for the report.
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Triomphe and Victory S3.

In the photo, the FD's are mis-matched with their respective RD's; Victory has the double-hinged seattube clamp, Triomphe has the single pivot.

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Triomphe and Victory S3.

In the photo, the FD's are mis-matched with their respective RD's; Victory has the double-hinged seattube clamp, Triomphe has the single pivot.

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Thanks Kurt! Your knowledge is appreciated. You've saved me much time by identifying them. Also, thanks for another post in which you explained the Campy heirarchy. The post was great!
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Thanks Kurt! Your knowledge is appreciated. You've saved me much time by identifying them. Also, thanks for another post in which you explained the Campy heirarchy. The post was great!
Glad to be of service, Bob. Anytime.

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Sweet find, Victory is one of my favorite groups. Perfect for a high performance, low cost build that wont break your heart if it get stolen/broken. Send me a PM if you ever decide to part with the gum hoods on those triomphe levers...
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Sweet find, Victory is one of my favorite groups. Perfect for a high performance, low cost build that wont break your heart if it get stolen/broken. Send me a PM if you ever decide to part with the gum hoods on those triomphe levers...
Thanks bearstronaut!

Until I purchased a Bottecchia Special last week, I've never owned a bike with Campy. I'm going to hold on to everything right now.

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I spy a White Industries bottom bracket.
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Thanks realestvin7 for the info. Apart from taking photos, I've haven't had the time to look to closely at the parts. Thanks for giving me some insight.
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Thanks realestvin7 for the info. Apart from taking photos, I've haven't had the time to look to closely at the parts. Thanks for giving me some insight.
No prob. You got some good stuff, there.
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it would have been worth $200 if it came in an Apple box instead of a Dell one.
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