Anyone knows which Campagnolo BB is this? Italian threaded and 2 bearings on the drive side, 109mm IIRC but will measure properly when I get the vernier out.
Main body looks like current centaur range but the cups seem to be from previous generation. Isn't it an hybrid of 2 different bb ?
The left one seems to be a bit narrow for the body and right one too large for it
Haven't seen anything similar on the net and I was suspecting the same.
Anyone come across lugs like this before? It's a track frame with English threading. I don't think the decals are original but it's an imperial sized bolt, so of an older vintage.
hello, ive got a bike which is a mix of record, chorus and maybe some centaur, but i cannot place these levers, any help is greatly appreciated!
Lugs look like they have been drilled / modified by the builder. Not quite Pongo Braithwaite though :)
Does anyone recognize from these cut outs what frame this is?
Could be 93' Record
Could you professionals tell me the year(s) of manufacture of this Campagnolo headset? I'm more or less sure that it's a Chorus, Athena, Croce d'Aune headset and also the part of the Olympus MTB groupset and definitely produced in the 1990's. But could you tell me more precisely?
Thank you very much!
I'd be grateful if anyone can help me identify a frameset. It's my Dad's old one so has sentimental value, but I can't find any identifying information on it for a maker.
All my Dad ever used to say about it was 'it was a good frameset back in the day when I bought it!' (which my guess is from the 60's maybe early 70's but assume it wasn't new)
He had it resprayed in the black/gold so I don't know what the original colour was.
The Bottom Bracket Shell is threadless, and the serial number on the Bottom Bracket shows from what I can make out as 76666666
Any information or help would be gratefully appreciated!
Not sure you'll be able to ID this. Unfortunately the welded on plate used a brake bridge and similar plate near the BB shell which is for a kick stand point to this being a really low end frameset. Sorry.
BITD when I worked in a bike shop in the 70's the only bikes we sold with plates brazed on like that (aside from mixte) were from Puch
Cheers for the info, especially the Puch reference. From googleing images, it could be a Puch Clubman perhaps?
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