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View Poll Results: Which brakeset and which pedal set.
Mafac racers/OEM drillium levers 7 36.84%
Mafac racers/ White tab hood levers 2 10.53%
105SC dual pivots/105sc levers 1 5.26%
Diacompe sidepull white xo's with matching levers 3 15.79%
Black 70's diacompse sidepulls with matching levers 3 15.79%
Weinmann centerpulls/weinmann leers 4 21.05%
105sc dual pivots/RSX brifters 5 26.32%
70's Campy quill pedals 7 36.84%
Suntour Superbe quill pedals 8 42.11%
Plastic shimano 105/600 knock off pedals (triangular but plastic) 1 5.26%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 19. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 03-16-14, 02:31 PM   #1
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Build my bike part 4.

We're nearly in the home stretch of this experiment... so here's comes the next poll this one on the brakes and also pedals while we're at it...
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It would really help if you'd give us the rundown to date..
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So far to date.
Campy 7 speed wheelset
Cyclone GT RD
Super Maxy Crankset
Braze on 105sc FD, wasn't any choice there.

There's going to be two seatpost options and two or three stem options and possibly a shifter option as well, but that's part 5.

Oh and Lascauxcavemany if you can make up your mind vote post Otherwise I'm not counting yours.
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Disclaimer: I just used a few amazon gift cards that I never found a use for.. so possibly next weekend there will be a 2.0 for the build my bike theme, the front end will be changing and there are options.
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Oh and Lascauxcavemany if you can make up your mind vote post Otherwise I'm not counting yours.
I can't help it... they're all so nice!

You must build at least five or six more bikes; what with all those nice parts.

Hey, it's a multiple-choice poll after all, like you said.
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PLEASE do not do brifters!!!!!
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PLEASE do not do brifters!!!!!
Don't worry about it too much, if brifters win (which it looks like they will), I'll throw in alternatives when we get to the shifters.. since I suspect some people may change their thoughts with the options on that list.
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I see MAFAC's are pulling ahead now.. cool beans. I'll give you guys till Noon Pacific time today.
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the people have spoken superbe.pedals and racers with drillium levers

Edit: Sorry guys, the rear caliper has TOO MUCH reach I'll see if I can sub it for a weinman.

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