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2014 Team Cannondale Super Six Hi Mod Evo Frameset Question

Old 07-03-15, 07:05 PM
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2014 Team Cannondale Super Six Hi Mod Evo Frameset Question

I have the opportunity to buy one of these hi mod evo framesets in excellent condition with a little paint chip for 520$. It comes with the fork and the frame only. Does anyone have any experience with these frameset? Also is this frame worth spending the money building on w/ ultegra 6601 or 6700 components at the price? I can't really afford putting the new 11 speed dura ace or ultegra components on it w/ a wheelset. Here is a link to the same bike I think. Cannondale Super Six Hi-Mod | Kinoko

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Old 07-03-15, 07:11 PM
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TTIWWP

If you have pics, this will go far.

Unless the chip is the size of a silver dollar, buy the thing & run.

Install 5800 105 components on it & you have the bargain of 2015!!
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Cool thanks for the reply. The chip looks to be about 1/4" wide and a half in long on the chain stay. I was just going to put some clear float touch up on it that I have for my vehicles. I would like to upload pictures but my phone is not allowing
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Ultegra for $583 or 105 $371

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and some Vuelta Corsa LIte wheels for $230-250
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I'm a little concerned about the frame being cracked at the rear chain stay where the paint is chipping. Does anyone know what I should look for or how to check for cracking when I go look at the bike? Thanks
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