Old 08-26-14, 10:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Jseis View Post
What's more interesting is that marine air (particularly with rain) reveals the dielectric differences between metals. Steel spokes/ferrules & Al rims, steel frames and Al seat posts, as well as the edges & scratches in anodized Al or steel, powder coated steel, etc. It also reveals crappy stainless steel bolts (like a stainless Allen head bolts in an Al stem, or metal fasteners in Al derailleurs, crappy chrome, etc.

To to answer the OP's question though; CF frame, bars, stem, seat post, rims, synthetic seat, enclosed chain case, internal geared hub, canti brakes (grit on discs is annoying but I like discss), anodized Al (hubs, headset, BB, etc).
Jeez, a little salt air never hurt anything.

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