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Old 03-29-14, 07:18 PM   #226
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Old 04-02-14, 01:59 AM   #227
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Old 04-02-14, 10:12 AM   #228
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Sweet ! I've got the very same bar sitting in my old parts pile, just waiting for something suitable to mount them on. Hmmm, maybe this ?

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...Pic of lovely Cinelli bar...
What stem you putting with that?
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Old 04-02-14, 11:06 AM   #232
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A 26.4/100mm Cinelli 1A with the older oval 'Milano' logo on top.
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Nysss...

If you ever get interested in a 2A, I have a very clean 105mm with the same logo that I now realize doesn't see enough use to justify hanging onto it
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A 26.4/100mm Cinelli 1A with the older oval 'Milano' logo on top.
So, does it have an external hex nut at the rear of the bar clamp ? Later models used recessed nuts.
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So, does it have an external hex nut at the rear of the bar clamp ? Later models used recessed nuts.
It's not one of the real old ones and does have a recessed nut.
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It's not one of the real old ones and does have a recessed nut.
Yeah, I also have one like that. Unfortunately, it is black anodized and looks horrible IMO. Is there some way to strip the anodizing and restore the silver ?
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Use Oven Cleaner or Greased Lightning Extra Strength to dissolve the anodization and polish it.
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And some NOS white laminated Campy Record straps.
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/doin it right^^

At the rate scrod is using up NOS campy, I better start investing/hoarding in NOS campy.

And lemme guess, if scrod were to run a brake on the raleigh he would be running NOS deltas.
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And some NOS white laminated Campy Record straps.
I was thinking of getting those exact style of pedals for my build as well.

Anyways on my end, also some Cinelli x Campy jack:



Maybe the otherside of Scrod's build, going with all Carbon C-Record and Cinelli pieces.
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I recently got a Zipp Service Course SL stem for forty bones on eBay. Matched the Vuka Alumina bars and now I am like soooo fast wit' my speed weaponry...yeah hipster ******bag. Honestly I wanted something a touch longer and money and weight were an issue and I couldn't find a cheap enough Thomson.

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I was thinking of getting those exact style of pedals for my build as well.

Anyways on my end, also some Cinelli x Campy jack:



Maybe the otherside of Scrod's build, going with all Carbon C-Record and Cinelli pieces.
Should have gone with the Mike Giant RAMs. More 'spenisve, kewler looking.
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I recently got a Zipp Service Course SL stem for forty bones on eBay. Matched the Vuka Alumina bars and now I am like soooo fast wit' my speed weaponry...yeah hipster ******bag. Honestly I wanted something a touch longer and money and weight were an issue and I couldn't find a cheap enough Thomson.



Should have gone with the Mike Giant RAMs. More 'spenisve, kewler looking.
I didn't want an integrated stem, a separate stem/bar combo give me more adjustability and the RAM XL fits the look of my frame and the rest of the component I've been compiling really well, trust me. The Mike Giant version is a bit too ostentatious for my taste...I'm going for a cleaner look that shows off naked carbon weave rather than graphics without buying chinese junk.

Nice score on the Zipps btw.
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I didn't want an integrated stem, a separate stem/bar combo give me more adjustability and the RAM XL fits the look of my frame and the rest of the component I've been compiling really well, trust me. The Mike Giant version is a bit too ostentatious for my taste...I'm going for a cleaner look that shows off naked carbon weave rather than graphics without buying chinese junk.

Nice score on the Zipps btw.

No for sure. I just love the ridiculousness of them, the are basically a Rolls Royce that has been "pimped" by some hot shot sports player. A clean look is always my favorite, plus nude carbon is always nice.

Thanks, I am quite happy with the stem.
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