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Old 06-23-11, 08:06 PM
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'87? Bianchi

Here is the Bianchi that relates to my other post about the shifters. Does anyone know what model this one is? I believe it is an '87 because of the serial. The serial is 7F 6202 W... there you go T-Mar! The bike has Suntour Sprint derailleurs, Modolo breaks, no handlebars or original stem , and ofmega cranks. The wheels (not pictured) are Araya's with King Kong hubs (seems odd to me for some reason) and a Suntour Winner freewheel.
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1988 Bianchi Trofeo?

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Originally Posted by tugrul View Post
1988 Bianchi Trofeo?
Yeah, just figured it out thanks to a previous post too.

http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...bianchi-trofeo

It seems like the original stem was a 3ttt that looks sweet! I'm a little bummed now.
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yea i've seen these on ebay here and there, nice bike, ugggggly stem though, get that thing off soon and throw it in a fire or something....
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get that thing off soon and throw it in a fire or something....
I would if I thought it was even worthy of such effort...

I don't know if I should try to find the original stem and bars for it... ebay seems to be getting more overpriced by the day. A college student can't keep up!
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Nice Bianchi. just be careful with the cranks when you take them off. also watch the brake pads in the front, the may be contacting the inside of the forkbaldes makeing wheel removal difficult.
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also watch the brake pads in the front, the may be contacting the inside of the forkbaldes makeing wheel removal difficult.
Yeah, the previous owner installed some kool stops, but I might just switch them out since they do hit the forks.
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