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hi all,

i got my colngao master olypmic what seems like years ago now and have beenhunting for all the parts since

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i found a lovely c record group set including pretty much everything like cinelli bars, delta brakes, hubs, pedals and water bottle (and spare rings and front D that ah joo stole from me!) not all perfect but ionly a few scratches which is ok as i plan on using the bike anyway

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got some abrosio rims to complment the hubs, tought i would add at least one english component to my otherwise fully italian build

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then all that was left was the forks.  took me forever to find the correct striaght chrome precisa fork that was long enough for the 56cm frame.  i got one with a 22cm steerer andit was just too short so back to the drawing board. 

finally found one last week, brand new and uncut so it's now at the machine shop being cut and threaded.

hopefully the bike will be ready to ride soon.

 

 

 



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Rear D is not C record model. Nice red colour

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what is the rear D?



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Rear Deraileur. Chorus.

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right o, thanks.

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Looking forward to see your build!



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