|Ultegra Triple Group (on-line purchase)||laffeaux|
Feb 19, 2002 1:56 PM
|I've been looking around on line for a full Ultegra Triple group (minus the hubs and headset). The best deal I've seen as from Colorado Cyclist at $449 (but it does not include breaks, so add another $90 for those). |
Does anyone know of a better deal anywhere?
|re: Ultegra Triple Group (on-line purchase)||Lone Gunman|
Feb 19, 2002 2:01 PM
|Have you looked at Excel Sports?|
|Check this out||Mel Erickson|
Feb 19, 2002 2:17 PM
|they don't price full groups (nm)||laffeaux|
Feb 19, 2002 2:18 PM
|Have you considered....||sprockets|
Feb 19, 2002 3:45 PM
|a Campy Centaur Triple. What sold me on it was the-for me in, within my region-a triple with with 50/40/30 rings. I don't think you can get the Shimano Ultegra Triple with less than a 42 middle, and when I had that triple group on my main bike, I didn't like the limitations of the gearing (in addition to my own), nor did I like the brakes, for that matter.
Try Abicibikes.com for campy, maybe Shimano if you must.
Feb 19, 2002 7:05 PM
|is a good place to check....they may have a 2001 group that they want to get rid of, at a reasonable price...if they don't have one, ask if they will call their Shimano distributor see what they have in stock and how much?
(I bought a 1998 XTR Crank set & BB (in the boxes) in Nov. 1998 for $94.00...the distributor was wanting to clear his '98 stock for the '99 sets) Heck, for that price I could live with it.
|re: Ultegra Triple Group (on-line purchase)||Rockit|
Feb 19, 2002 10:03 PM
|You can buy the components separately at Supergo cheaper than that. I bought my Ultegra triple mini groupo at Lickton's last Nov. for $385.00. That includes triple crank, BB, both derailers, 6510 shifters, and chain. The website is www.lickbike.com|| |