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Originally Posted by Leukybear View Post
Forgot to mention, they are aluminum cogs though. Even though they are Campagnolo, I'll still avoid them, especially at that price!
They're no where near as durable as machined steel cogs. If you want to save weight on your bike, this is the worst bang for your buck!
at that price, this is the worst bang for your buck, regardless of material. 100%, every person that buys one will do so, only because it’s a campagnolo sprocket. But you know, something about fools and their money. It does have a nice look to it, though. Very professional, like the much cheaper and race proven dura-ace sprockets.
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