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Old 04-21-11, 10:04 AM   #1
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Trade my SFL double taper stays for your similar single taper stays?

I bought a couple of PegoRichie tubesets and upon receiving them realized that the 10.5mm ends on the double taper seatstays were too small for the sockets on my preferred dropouts.

Would anyone out there care to trade up to two sets of the fine, unmolested, Columbus Spirit for Lugs (same as Spirit, I would assume) double taper seatstays for up to two sets of fine, unmolested single taper seatstays that are 12.5mm at one end, and 14-16mm at the other (larger may work, but I would prefer not to go there), from a comparable tubeset (doesn't have to be Columbus)?

Let me know, and I'll cover your shipping and any price difference between the tubes.


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