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Old 10-02-22, 09:24 AM
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Campanutella Veloce’ DP brakes.

SOLD!!! Unfortunately the buyer did not act quick enough to get the free Vitameatavegaman!

Good Morning Fellow Enablers!!

Just in time for your winter rebuilds and upgrades I am offering you a fabulous pair of Campanutella Veloce’ dual pivot brake calipers. These are in fabulous condition and considering how long they were on the bike are very low mileage.

I am going to sacrifice these fabulous brakes for the amazingly low low price of just $50. That’s right folks these fabulous brakes can be yours for the amazingly low low price of just $50! That’s only 5000 Pennie’s!

Despite the super low price on these beautiful black beauties we are willing to allow you make 3, yes Three easy payments of only $17.76! But hurry quantities are severely limited for this amazing item!

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What's the reach on these? They would look adorable on my purpleish ST600 and would free up my Tektro 559s for other adventures. The herbal oil looks good for chain lube, though..
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What's the reach on these? They would look adorable on my purpleish ST600 and would free up my Tektro 559s for other adventures. The herbal oil looks good for chain lube, though..
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Whatever the “standard” contemporary short reach is, 39-50 or something like that? They fit my Batavus fine I just wanted regular single pivots.
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Thanks -- that was kinda the answer I should have given myself.. of course it's not the ~65 mm I need... good luck with the sale! cheers -mathias
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Thanks -- that was kinda the answer I should have given myself.. of course it's not the ~65 mm I need... good luck with the sale! cheers -mathias
65? That’s more like a BMX brake. Tektro might have something decent but I doubt you’ll find a Campanutella that long
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