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    _________2005 Ultegra COMPONENTS >>>>PICS PICS PICS<<<<

    Here are some 2005 Ultegra Components. Look very much like the Dura Ace 10 in my opinion. Enjoy!













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    yawn...

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    that crank... either i'm mistaken or it's the ugly bike component of the century. yuck. next it's the same in black w/ 105 inn yellow lettering... maybe i'm getting old.who knows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1
    that crank... either i'm mistaken or it's the ugly bike component of the century. yuck. next it's the same in black w/ 105 inn yellow lettering... maybe i'm getting old.who knows?
    I only want the new shifters and cassette. .
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    Looks good to me. Unless those shifters feel junky compared to the DA I think I'd mix Ultegra with the new Ritchey cranks and be pretty happy. I'll be curious to see what kind of price increase Shimano comes up with, though...

    Thanks for posting those.

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    10 speed?

    is it 10-speed cog?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailNut
    is it 10-speed cog?
    Can you count?

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    no

    Quote Originally Posted by collinsc
    Can you count?
    no.
    i see 9
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailNut
    no.
    i see 9
    Add the 9 you see to the 1 under the chain.

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    Crank is functional

    Quote Originally Posted by colker1
    that crank... either i'm mistaken or it's the ugly bike component of the century. yuck. next it's the same in black w/ 105 inn yellow lettering... maybe i'm getting old.who knows?
    Crank looks kind of bulky but it should be nice and stiff. If there's one thing I hate it's front derailleur rub, large spindle bottom bracket should help.

    Wonder how much these parts are going to cost?

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    okay i see it

    Quote Originally Posted by mellowman
    Add the 9 you see to the 1 under the chain.
    i'm used to seeing "10spd" stamped on my Chorus. sure, this is a minor detail but someone said "the divine is the details"
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    What's so special about the new Ritchey cranks? I just saw the planned '04 on their website, and they don't look anything special. Have they got something sweet for '05?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedal-pete
    What's so special about the new Ritchey cranks? I just saw the planned '04 on their website, and they don't look anything special. Have they got something sweet for '05?
    Low q factor, light, stiff and much prettier to me than the new Shimano cranks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Chinaski
    Low q factor, light, stiff and much prettier to me than the new Shimano cranks.
    but it's... black. what was wrong with shinny silver cranks? i can do w/ mtb black cranks but ... on a steel road bike? ouch.
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    Looks to me like Ritchey's WCS level 130 mm BCD cranks are silver/grey, while their 110 mm BCD and cross cranks are silver/black. The WCS cranks are light and look darn pretty to me.

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    Thanks for the pics.

    But I don't see anything there that would make me want to support their regrettable new price-fixing structure.

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