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What have you bought for your bike today?
#31
New Selle Italia SLR saddle for the roadie. 135grams of carbon & titanium loveliness to replace the anchor that was the 258 grams charge spoon.

resim


New Mavic lid (Black one) to replace smashed white one. Big thanks to the sketchy boys who generously put towards this  ;D

resim
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#32
nice new goodies mr sparks but i pity your prostate sitting on that speed saddle  :o bet it make you ride quicker though Big Grin
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#33
Just ordered some gold Hope jockey wheels. Yes i am a tart Wink
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#34
"Treehugger" Wrote:Just ordered some gold Hope jockey wheels. Yes i am a tart Wink

I hope they weren't more expensive than these!
http://mtzoom.com/jockey-wheels/bullet-proof/
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#35
"Skid" Wrote:nice new goodies mr sparks but i pity your prostate sitting on that speed saddle  :o bet it make you ride quicker though Big Grin


Its a good job we're all growing these marvellous moustaches  Wink
Ride the Spiral to the end
It takes us to where no ones been
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#36
"Blackers" Wrote:I hope they weren't more expensive than these!
http://mtzoom.com/jockey-wheels/bullet-proof/

Now they are truly beautiful... Bring on the bling 8)
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#37
"DaisyDaring" Wrote:Now they are truly beautiful... Bring on the bling 8)

I bought them in Blue. Could only fit one though as they arent compatable with Srams stupid bloody top jockey design.
They do a super light jockey too. Check that out. Its a thing of beauty.
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#38
I have some of the super light ones in Red just sitting on an old unused mech in the shed. Anodising has worn off a bit on the teeth but otherwise still pretty. I had no trouble fitting them to SRAM stuff.
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#39
"General Sparks" Wrote:I have some of the super light ones in Red just sitting on an old unused mech in the shed. Anodising has worn off a bit on the teeth but otherwise still pretty. I had no trouble fitting them to SRAM stuff.

Below a certain point in the range Sram use a wierd off centre bolt system for the upper jockey like so...

resim
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#40
"Blackers" Wrote:Below a certain point in the range Sram use a wierd off centre bolt system for the upper jockey like so...

resim

Why would you use such lowly technology? You're welcome to my X0 mech for the meagre price of a pint.
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