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Old 05-10-11, 06:20 PM   #1
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Chorus 10 speed triple crank & 8 speed chorus rear

Has anyone used a Campy Chorus 10 speed triple crank with a Campy Chorus 8 speed rear? I am currently using my mt bike triple, but 46-36-26 is a little too low.
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Not that exact combination, you will have to allow a long time,
for a very narrow band of respondents then..

I use the prior name from Campag , 'race triple' a 50,40, I put a 24 on..
instead of the 30..

any body want Campag 30t/74 bcd chainrings?

the last remaining <C> square taper bb/arm connection.

add a triple FD, wider back plate, and a use their 111 BB for 9/8" seat tubes
115 for oversize seat tubes. ..

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