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I love my Dahon Curve D3, but it came with such cheap components

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I love my Dahon Curve D3, but it came with such cheap components

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Old 11-19-17, 08:06 PM
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Abu Mahendra
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Originally Posted by edelay View Post
I hear ya, but the difference between a Big Apple and a Kojak is 130 grams. The weight of a half a cup of coffee. :-)

Have the say I like the symmetry of having two similar wheels.
Something doesn't sound right. The Schwalbe website shows the lightest 406 BA at 495g while the lightest Kojak is 230g. I noticed a difference going from Kojaks to Marathon Supremes (325g). Kojaks to BAs must be like putting on boots after wearing sneakers.
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