spring cleaning

spring cleaning at keirin, rims for tubs anyone?

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  1. Kenji Keirin says:

    ey, hau meine sachen nicht weg, wenn die suntour… dann jibts…

  2. gs-guccilife says:

    got any campagnolo HF road hubs bro?

    • Slomo says:

      are you italian or wot? i doubt we have some left, maybe, gotta dig around… sooo, do you have njs campy and cinelli stuff ;-)

  3. gs-guccilife says:

    dude,long gone are the days of my parts hustling…i had nos NJS c record track pedlas, probably the japanese dude is selling them on ebay right now-Regardin the HF hubs,i consider both no record or record version,with straight release lever.

  4. As Wicked says:

    Habt Ihr Ergals in 36H?

  5. Perz says:

    Hey, is there any left?
    I am building a frankenstein fixie bike and every little piece is wellcome.
    Thanks!

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