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    Gamut P40

    Anyone on here running one? If so how is it? I would like to try soemthing other than E.Thirteen.

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    I've been running one on my Demo 8 and like it alot. Way light, and quiet after it wears in. They are pretty noisy and annoying at first but its a great guide. The roller is super smooth and will spin just by blowing on it.
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    I won a P40 at a raffle and it's a sweet guide. Quiet, light and easy to set up. Buy one..
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    Could one of you take some up close pictures of the bash and pulley

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    Here ya go.
    Last edited by J_B; 10-18-2006 at 04:09 PM.
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    hmmmm most of the ones i have heard have been ridiculously loud, although they do spin well. I don't understand why people buy they when they could get MRP or superlight E.13's for the same price, guess its the local love.

    Before u flame, i live in the bay area, and lotsa bike shops/friends have them.
    170mm profile crankset, silver king headset barely used, new blackspire chainguide, old version hope mini brakes---- all for sale at i-wanna-get-rid-of-it prices. I'm gone all of july after the 10th, other than that PM me if interested.

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    mine is quiet, and has been problem free for the 6 months i've been running it. its super easy to set up, and is over half a pound lighter than the e13 srs it replaced. highly recommended.

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    The best guide i have ever owned...............!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_B
    Here ya go.
    Cool bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j6105
    hmmmm most of the ones i have heard have been ridiculously loud, although they do spin well. I don't understand why people buy they when they could get MRP or superlight E.13's for the same price, guess its the local love.

    Before u flame, i live in the bay area, and lotsa bike shops/friends have them.
    I live on the east coast, I'm just looking to try something new and lose some grams.

    People still buy MRP?
    Have fun.

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