Frame in question for swap:
How long is the top tube center to center ?
i might have a caad12 56 frameset for sale
Cannondale make one themselves for exactly this reason...I've just fitted one to my Caad12:
Amazing! Thank you
I have nothing to swap but if you want to get rid of that frameset, please let me know i would be interested (pending price)
Top tube 56cm ctc (maybe marginally less).
Seat tube 54cm ctc.
Ideally would swap for a CAAD frame with similar top tube length but longer seat tube.
Also interested in the Caad12 56
So good paintjob/gumwalls/dark/slammed
icymi, saeco fs - https://www.lfgss.com/conversations/361458/
Anyone have a spare Wheels MFG thread together bb30a bottom bracket before I splash the cash
wont Token work?
Probably. They do thread together or just pressfit?
(I could probably google that myself)
Edit: found it
Is the image just wrong on this?
It says bb30a but both sides appear to fit inside the frame and bb30a should have one side more outboard than the other
you can pick up mine
in my understanding Token always use pics which dont match because their system is a universal one, with shims, that make it work with other standards such as pf30
What you got? How much you want?
i have the wheels mfg in your picture, would take 50% of sigma price
Fair. Will PM when I’m done cleaning my filthy neglected bike
okay. it's still on my caad12, i'll get that ready this week
Cleaned and ready to build, excuse the yellow light
Is there an alternative to the Cannondale SI Lock Ring Tool, or is it proprietary-only? Price is a bit steep...even if it were in stock!
The specialized crank tool is that same but I imagine it’s probably just as expensive. Enduro also make a version but it’s even more money
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