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Subject: Clip-on Aerobars
Getting ready to start my first full season of triathlons and I am looking to pick up a set of used clip-on aerobars. Other then the pads being worn out, should I be worried about anything else?

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Brian


2016-02-19 10:28 PM
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Subject: RE: Clip-on Aerobars
Checking to ensure that the screws are not rusted / corroded might be prudent. I have read of these snapping mid-ride.
New pads can be ordered from manufacturer or a co. called Cee Gees.

2016-02-19 11:54 PM
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Subject: RE: Clip-on Aerobars
I read your post and I am considering selling mine. I am not competing any longer. They are carbon profile design clip-ons. Pads are in excellent shape. I also have metal shims I ordered for them to work with smaller diameter handle bars. I am selling for $75 shipped to lower 48. New these can run anywhere from $140.00 to $180.00 . PM me if this interests you. I can send pictures.
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