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    Lightweight Standard 111 (C) Wheels

    Just put together a little write up on my Standard 111 (C) Lightweights. Just in case any forum members are thinking about buying a pair.

    http://colnagoconbrio.posterous.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicensleazy
    Just put together a little write up on my Standard 111 (C) Lightweights. Just in case any forum members are thinking about buying a pair.

    http://colnagoconbrio.posterous.com/

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    Nice review. I am still very tempted to buy these. The factory is less than two hours from my current house. Wonder if they would let me pay for them with part time employee work on the weekends.
    Cyclists really need to learn a little Rule #5.

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    Man I want those wheels. Very nice.

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    Thanks guys
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    where can i get a set in the USA?

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    I love those wheels!

    Great review....this was a great quote " I must admit, when buying such a wheel set via mail order, it would of sent a few shivers down my spine, especially when you could buy a very good used car at that price tag."

    So true!

    One day I'll have a set of Lightweights on my bike, just not today.....or tomorrow...or.........
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    Cool.
    Just curious....what's your standard of comparision? In other words what were you previous wheels?

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