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    Paconi & Bridgestone

    PACONI roadie
    Shimano 600 EX Arabesque group
    Miche hubs laced to Mavic Module3CD MSS spokes and nipples
    Sugino fluted post
    San Marco Rolls




    BRIDGESTONE NJS
    Sugino 75 BB and cranks w/ zen chainring 48T
    Dura Ace 7600 laced to Mavic Open Pro DT Swiss Champion
    Dura Ace lockring and sprocket 15T
    Nitto post, stem and bars (B123AA)
    HKK vertex blue chain
    MKS pedals and clips
    Kashimax straps
    Hatta Swan super deluxe headset
    Selle Italia Turbo


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    NJS Certified lukeboy's Avatar
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    love that paconi! something NQR with that Bridgestone though.. maybe the crankset/ring and seat? good builds though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukeboy View Post
    love that paconi! something NQR with that Bridgestone though.. maybe the crankset/ring and seat? good builds though!
    yeah this was just a budget build, i had parts left over from another bike.
    also I might have seen your paconi awhile back looks exactly the same as this one but track, both made by kevin wigham

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    I love that PACONI, and the little things like how clean your brake set up is and how the bars are wrapped. The Bridgestone I like although the like said, the crank set, a more simplistic one would look much cleaner. Great builds, very envious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by looke View Post
    yeah this was just a budget build, i had parts left over from another bike.
    also I might have seen your paconi awhile back looks exactly the same as this one but track, both made by kevin wigham
    yeah almost exact same although mine has his (kevin's) 1st gen Transfers instead of your stickers. i like the look of the roadie Paconis' though. where did you pick it up from?
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    Ps never had a power band I was more a reggae type

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukeboy View Post
    yeah almost exact same although mine has his (kevin's) 1st gen Transfers instead of your stickers. i like the look of the roadie Paconis' though. where did you pick it up from?
    At work, the guy traded it in for another bike. It has been restored by us and all parts are original except the saddle and wheels.
    Last edited by looke; 17-01-2011 at 06:33 PM.

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    Dura Ace hubs and NJS frame, it is impossible for that combo to look bad!

    Cheers
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    Paconi is perfect! Understated beauty.
    Sweet ride man.
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    Don't bother....seriously.
    Loads of people say "I want to build a bike to last". Most people swap things around and buy more bikes and end up selling the one they were going to keep for life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justdave View Post
    Paconi is perfect! Understated beauty.
    Sweet ride man.
    Thanks, i couldnt be more happy with it.
    Ill get my hands on some shimano 600 hubs soon to match it up with the rest of the bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by looke View Post
    Thanks, i couldnt be more happy with it.
    Ill get my hands on some shimano 600 hubs soon to match it up with the rest of the bike
    The high Flange ones?
    That'll be the icing on the cake.
    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake View Post
    Don't bother....seriously.
    Loads of people say "I want to build a bike to last". Most people swap things around and buy more bikes and end up selling the one they were going to keep for life.

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