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Old 05-27-22, 10:53 AM
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3ttt Superleggero Handlebars - 42cm - TDF Bend

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Hello!

Up for sale is a set of 3ttt Superleggero TDF bend bars. They are 42cm but 3ttt measured this outer-to-outer. Super light at 248 grams!

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I landed a near NOS pair of those from a fellow forumite. My hands love that bend! I had no idea TTT was the origin. I raced a Fuji Pro in the '70s. Loved the handlebars. Comfortable all day with real drop and reach (and lots of weight on my hands). "78 rode my last race;stocking up at the bike shop I worked at and ordered by '79 PMooney. The TTT Superleggero at the shop looked similar to my Fuji's HB so I bought it. Got home, matched them up. "So that's who Nitto copied!" Rode those bars until around 2000 when I replaced them just to be doing it before they broke. (I'd found older, cruder Japanese bars with that bend and carried on.

Those NOSers haven't found a bike yet, but they will; hopefully hung by something sweet like maybe a Pearl. (Sadly, I"m drifting away from the old TTT and 1A stems I have so many miles on just because all of them are that old and as I age, the importance of replacing before failure goes up.)

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Originally Posted by 79pmooney View Post
I landed a near NOS pair of those from a fellow forumite. My hands love that bend! I had no idea TTT was the origin. I raced a Fuji Pro in the '70s. Loved the handlebars. Comfortable all day with real drop and reach (and lots of weight on my hands). "78 rode my last race;stocking up at the bike shop I worked at and ordered by '79 PMooney. The TTT Superleggero at the shop looked similar to my Fuji's HB so I bought it. Got home, matched them up. "So that's who Nitto copied!" Rode those bars until around 2000 when I replaced them just to be doing it before they broke. (I'd found older, cruder Japanese bars with tha
You got those bars from me
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You got those bars from me
I thought that might be the case but was too lazy to go back and read my PMs. Thanks!
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This is boxed up and ready for a new home!
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