I got these forks rechromed about ten years ago, they were on my “Sunday best bike” only used in the nice weather and kept indoors so no rust or pitting. Steerer is 180mm long, 1” threaded.
Comes with a Campagnolo headset. The bearing race is on there quite tightly and I don’t have the correct tool to remove without damaging. Headset is good condition, not perfect but presentable. I bought a new set of high quality bearings when I fitted, still really smooth.
I believe it’s a chorus headset but I don’t know for sure. Hard to tell as they all look the same.
£100 and can post if needed.
Headset looks Athena to me, but as you say they look similar. Fork on the other hand - would help if you show dropouts (Campaq?)
ill have to sort a photo of the drop outs. the last photo of the headset is not mine btw, I just found a random one on google images that looks the same as the other one is in a bag.
I recall mine had two different sizes of bearings, for the respective cup. thats one of the ways of determining which model it is, apparently.
Nice piece of kit
Drop outs have no branding.
Now all is needed is the spacing you can have - would it accept 28 or even 32mm tyre?
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