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David C.

David C.

David C.

David C.wrote a review of on January 22, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have used Campagnolo Chains since 2000, both the 10 and 11 speed. I have experienced over 200,000 miles on Campy chains since 2000. They last. I don't go much over 10,000 kilometers on each chain. No, they are still within specification as far as wear. However, If you let the wear go much past .5 to .75 on the Park Tool, you will wear the chain rings and cassettes quicker, especially if you run titanium cassettes. I use Chorus cassettes for the wear factor.

I am an old school 70's vintage "steel is real" guy with 450,000 miles plus on my legs. Chains are cheap. Clean and lube them often.

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David C.

David C.wrote a review of on June 8, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I typically get about 10,000 miles off a pair of record brake pads. I replaced both sets early last month, or about 1,000 miles ago. Very effective in the rain and drizzle. I am big, 6' 2" and about 190 lbs. No issue with control on some 7-12% drops.
I suppose that I am a bit biased, but I have used campag brake pads on every brake I have had since 1975. Long lasting and work well (all styles and nomenclatures) for decades.

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