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    There may be a slight chance of that. Shim shim sheroo on mtb and cloddies, it simply won't do on racer's, no,no Nanette, with a cherry on top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliot coolican View Post
    There may be a slight chance of that. Shim shim sheroo on mtb and cloddies, it simply won't do on racer's, no,no Nanette, with a cherry on top.
    SRAM on MTBs.
    SRAM or Shimano on CX/Road bikes
    Clunky old Campag on old 70s Racers.I've never got the Campag thing.OK so it's Italian....so are Alfa Romeo.....and Fiat Do they still have that little button on the side of the hood like Shimano used to have on their entry level stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibbo68 View Post
    SRAM on MTBs.
    SRAM or Shimano on CX/Road bikes
    Clunky old Campag on old 70s Racers.I've never got the Campag thing.OK so it's Italian....so are Alfa Romeo.....and Fiat Do they still have that little button on the side of the hood like Shimano used to have on their entry level stuff?
    Yup, Italians, what do they know about mechanical engineering...
    "If you act like you know what you are doing, you can do anything you want- except neurosurgery"- Sharon Stone

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    Campag only started up in 2017 so give them time with this mekanikal engerneering stuef.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRSboy View Post
    Yup, Italians, what do they know about mechanical engineering...
    They're probably as good as anyone but you have to admit that those two car brands are of very dubious quality

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    Alfa has sharpened up their game of late, and give a tight sporty drive, but there's no egg shell's with their national bike components. They cater to fatties with solid cf cranks, and for the feather weights they hollow 'em out nicely too.

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