As I understand campag 9,10 and 11 should fit on the same hub. There wasn't a spacer fitted behind the sprockets was there?
one of my holdsworths has a 5 digit number, the other 6 digits but that began with a zero. if it's got a transfer badge on the headtube then i think these appeared from the 80's onwards.
incidentally i didn;t know that norman kilgariff who gathered loads of info on grubb and holdsworths passed away last year. thats a loss to the cycling world.
i would prob say that earlier holdsworths would have 4 digit number and i believe that it was always stamped on the fork steerer too.
Got a spare post, I'll check tomorrow what size it is
Ah a mtb.....I see why he needs all those low gears for the big hills
Did he get a bike in the end?
Tough uphill in Cambridge? I must be missing something
You might be better posting on the general wanted section of classifieds. I run a 48 x 18 and can get up Barrington hill from both sides. Indeed I used to have a 52 front and manage it. What's the big hill?
Never fails to amaze me how desperate some folks are to either try and make a few quid or need it for themselves
my daughter uses a chromebook for college, fast reliable, good screen size, battery lasts.....have a bump
ok - that's a shame, but understandable
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