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Source for Ti Bolts >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>(9 posts)

Source for Ti Bolts >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Live Steam
Jun 21, 2001 6:25 PM
I did a search and went back almost two months to fid a source for Ti bolts that someone posted in response to a light weight build-up, but I couldn't find it. Does anyone have the link for it or another good source for Ti bolts?

After reading through the last two plus months of posts, I have to agree with Doug - the posts are repetitive. I really wish the search worked so that I wasn't part of the repetitive problem.:-)
try SRPQUADzilla
Jun 21, 2001 6:47 PM
try searching SRP (specialty Racing Products). I've had great luck with them. Some really nice, really high quality stuff. They've been around for a long time.
Thanks! I was going nuts >>>>>>Live Steam
Jun 21, 2001 7:08 PM
searching through the archives.
Good luckscott.com
Jun 21, 2001 7:53 PM
Good luck. I read on another board that they where no longer around. Hope it's not true.
www.srp-usa.comclimberted
Jun 22, 2001 1:32 AM
They have buld kits for almost everything
www.srp-usa.com
weightsDog
Jun 21, 2001 8:36 PM
Keep in mind that Pantani rides a very small (49cm?) bike frame, at least that equivalent in a conventional bike frame (non-sloping). That keeps the weight down.

My (early) 2000 55cm EV2 was 1030 grams. My 2001 (sloping) was 1134 grams. My 2000 built up right now as a climbing bike is 14.1 pounds, with clinchers.

Doug
plus they liejeez
Jun 22, 2001 9:25 AM
nm
so what's the link to see the frames?climberted
Jun 21, 2001 9:41 PM
Share the love man, what's the link
me tooDog
Jun 22, 2001 9:58 AM
I, too, thought the 2001 was going to be lighter; that's why I bought one, but sold it a few months later. I think there was a difference between the early 2000's and later ones; they had some problems, so they beefed them up; mine has been fine, though.

Doug