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    My 2005 CAAD 8 in its latest incarnation...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elias1098r View Post
    I am just a welder at case new holland.
    Hey, my Dad was a John Deere mechanic!
    Hey guys, lets go play bikes!

    Strava

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nagrom_ View Post
    Yup, its on my '12, as well as everybody else's.

    On my '11 frame also.
    CAAD10 Berzerker - Ultegra6800
    CAAD10 Team - Ultegra6800

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    Quote Originally Posted by link0 View Post
    CAAD10 5 105

    It does. All CAAD10 model years frames are completely identical, except for paint.

    BTW, "speedsave" is just a marketing giberish for small diameter stays. Thin stays are allegedly more comfortable, but everyone makes stays pretty thin these days.
    The SAVE stays are different in their interior tubing profile, also. They do make a difference, in the ride comfort, from the older straight gauge tubing stays. Thins stays are in with the taller head tube trend that is looking to fill the demand for the Endurance type of frameset. Most stays seem to be the thinner type or the wishbone/monotube stay type these days, I prefer the thin SAVE type and the curved compliant tubes on the Synapse or the Zertz insert of the Roubaix line look like a good idea to me, They do ride very nicely on our rough road surfaces here with its large stone aggregate on the asphalt medium.

    And you Gulf Oil Racing haters need to appreciate the look more, I love mine.

    Bill
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    My caad is getting rebuilt soon. Rode it for the first time last week since flipping it a couple months ago. Noticed a few things that I didn't before, such as bent bars, cracked lever body, slightly bent RD, some other stuff too. There's a tiny dent in my top tube as well.

    I'm thinking Red 22 and some Thomson carbon.

    11 speed also means new wheels.
    I'm thinking CK's to Pacenti SL23s. Still going tubeless, gonna try some IRD tires.
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    No offense but you're an idiot.
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    Not mine:

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    I thought we could not stack on top of the stem? if do we just have to keep the stem in reach of the expander?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qcpmsame View Post
    The SAVE stays are different in their interior tubing profile, also. They do make a difference, in the ride comfort, from the older straight gauge tubing stays. Thins stays are in with the taller head tube trend that is looking to fill the demand for the Endurance type of frameset. Most stays seem to be the thinner type or the wishbone/monotube stay type these days, I prefer the thin SAVE type and the curved compliant tubes on the Synapse or the Zertz insert of the Roubaix line look like a good idea to me, They do ride very nicely on our rough road surfaces here with its large stone aggregate on the asphalt medium.

    And you Gulf Oil Racing haters need to appreciate the look more, I love mine.

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleepy View Post
    My beloved CAAD10 was stripped a while back by bike thieves. Lil' turds jacked everything except the frame/BB/Cranks/Rear wheel.

    Don't have the funds for a fork as of yet, but I'd like to know what rake I should be looking for. I have a 48cm frame. The Cannondale website list the rake as 50mm, but I've read another discussion where another person getting a fork stated that the website is incorrect on the rake info.


    Any Caad10 48cm owners know if the rake is 45 or 50? Thanks!
    50mm on 48,50 and 52cm frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qcpmsame View Post
    The SAVE stays are different in their interior tubing profile, also. They do make a difference, in the ride comfort, from the older straight gauge tubing stays. Thins stays are in with the taller head tube trend that is looking to fill the demand for the Endurance type of frameset. Most stays seem to be the thinner type or the wishbone/monotube stay type these days, I prefer the thin SAVE type and the curved compliant tubes on the Synapse or the Zertz insert of the Roubaix line look like a good idea to me, They do ride very nicely on our rough road surfaces here with its large stone aggregate on the asphalt medium.

    And you Gulf Oil Racing haters need to appreciate the look more, I love mine.

    Bill
    The caad9 (maybe others) had the wishbone seat stays which were a pretty cool design. Mine rides really nice. Can't compare to a 10 as I've never ridden one, but I think the wishbone design was both distinctive and effective.
    Climbs like a stone, descends like two...

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    Quote Originally Posted by drelyt View Post
    My 2005 CAAD 8 in its latest incarnation...

    Great looking bike.

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    Race ready set up minus the saddle bag of course


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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Sarcasm View Post
    I thought we could not stack on top of the stem? if do we just have to keep the stem in reach of the expander?
    The manual says not too, but it's probably ok to do it briefly while you're working on lowering your stack to slam the stem. I know I gradually worked my way down for about a month before chopping the steerer and had no issues.
    Hey guys, lets go play bikes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drelyt View Post
    My 2005 CAAD 8 in its latest incarnation...


    red is the fastest color after blue

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    I've joined the cult of caad with a blue 9 ResizedImage_1393088897706_1.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Sarcasm View Post
    red is the fastest color after blue
    Yep right after my blue bike :-p

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    Only things I've changed are the handlebars and the chain the previous owner did the rims

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    Nice 9, looks like a 60cm?

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    Yep *sorry didn't mean to post this twice.....
    Last edited by Theboss13; 03-24-14 at 05:16 AM. Reason: double post

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    Yep just a tad on the big side but I'm still growing so its perfect size (at least I think)

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    Hi! I'm new to the forum and have been road biking for about a year (switched from mountain biking) but have been perusing the awesome CAADs on this forum for about a year prior to and after purchasing my own CAAD last summer. Learning lots from you all. Just recently took my bike in (for the 2nd time since its purchase) to have a creaky BB looked at Here she is:
    - 52cm frame (stock stem and handlebar)
    - SRAM Force groupset (105 cassette and chain)
    - FSA SLK seatpost
    - Reynolds DV3K 46mm wheels
    - Shimano Ultegra carbon pedals
    - weight unknown

    I apologize for the crappy white balance on the camera...
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    Last edited by sfufullback; 03-25-14 at 02:04 AM. Reason: grammar

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    sfu, welcome to the Roadie/CAAD world, very nicely set up CAAD you have there. The BB problem has been raked over the coals for over a year, I never had the problem, thankfully. Most agree that the use of the green Loctite adhesive solves the problem, along with greasing everything well and assembling the BB components correctly. If the shop doesn't lick it go to the Cannondale web site and find the Technical Bulletins, there is a BB30/PF30 notice and directions on how to install and which Loctite product to use. You can find references and fixes here with a search, including this thread over the last 2-3 years. Glad you finally stopped lurking and joined up.

    Bill
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfufullback View Post
    Hi! I'm new to the forum and have been road biking for about a year (switched from mountain biking) but have been perusing the awesome CAADs on this forum for about a year prior to and after purchasing my own CAAD last summer. Learning lots from you all. Just recently took my bike in (for the 2nd time since its purchase) to have a creaky BB looked at Here she is:
    - 52cm frame (stock stem and handlebar)
    - SRAM Force groupset (105 cassette and chain)
    - FSA SLK seatpost
    - Reynolds DV3K 46mm wheels
    - Shimano Ultegra carbon pedals
    - weight unknown

    I apologize for the crappy white balance on the camera...
    DSCN4548.jpg
    Random question...do you know what bartape that is?
    Hey guys, lets go play bikes!

    Strava

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    I'm a new CAAD owner! Just picked up a new 2013 CAAD8 2300 yesterday for under $600. The LBS that I went to had me hop on their GURU machine and then got the Cannondale set up according to the results. My initial test ride (done in a sunny-but-chilly 34 degrees) was so comfortable and inspiring. Considering my previous ventures into road biking (old Trek 1000, KHS steel commuter, very old Cignal steel Montego), the CAAD8 feels like a rocket ship and the 2300 group is probably better than the decade-old Sora group on the Trek.
    I'm really looking forward to this weekend's metric century ride!


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeshulEd View Post
    Random question...do you know what bartape that is?
    Thanks Bill... I've been following the creaking BB discussion quite closely on this forum. Unfortunately I don't have the proper tools to pull the crank and disassemble the bearings. This latest episode has prompted me to acquire those tools though.

    SpeshulEd... Its SRAM Super Cork bartape. I find them quite comfortable riding gloveless, especially in comparison to the stock white bartape that the bike came with.

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