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Old 12-18-11, 02:19 PM
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The Clement "Futurox" are not a "best of" example of a tubular. Really a training tire, but they will look nice on your bike.
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Old 12-18-11, 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by vjp
The Clement "Futurox" are not a "best of" example of a tubular. Really a training tire, but they will look nice on your bike.

Yeah, There what I have now. Im still up in the air on tires but they might be the ticket to getting the bike on the road again.
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Get it together, boy.
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From DD:" Chain: Everest with slotted outer plates - keep an eye out as there are one or two Ebay sellers who sometimes list a couple at a time as a package deals. Everest chains are every bit as good quality as Regina, just not as well-known or expensive."

I ditto that advice. I picked one up for $70 on the 'bay, and have another being shipped now. The first one was so nice I had to stock up, the slotted model is really as, or nicer than, a Regina. And it's got rarity points.
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