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Lynskey appears to be trying something new..

Old 10-06-11, 07:24 PM
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Lynskey appears to be trying something new..

Look closely at the picture of this 105 group [link].

Hint: count the shifters.
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nice photoshop
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in all seriousness... that is weird. If you notice there are 2 left-handed shifters and 1 right.
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Thats the new 5900 105 series.
Comes with a triple crank on the left and a double on the right.

Revolutionary.
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Triple and compact/standard.

What a bunch of ...

ugh

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Di3?
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+1 on the facepalm...

It's the stock Shimano photo for the groupset, and shows all posible components, i.e double and triple cranks and double and triple left shifter...
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Ugh indeed.
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Originally Posted by znomit
Thats the new 5900 105 series.
Comes with a triple crank on the left and a double on the right.

Revolutionary.
I don't care if its a silly thread, that made me lol. If I had been drinking anything, my laptop would have been damaged!
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