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Old 08-06-11, 03:16 PM   #1
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Campy Components

I have a bunch of campy components that I need to get rid of, but I don't have an idea as to value. These came off my Olmo Leader. I believe they are all C-record but I don't know that for sure. The condition is ok overall, but there is a pretty good gouge on the RD, the cranks have heal rub, one brake is missing a nut, etc.

The wheels are Nisi Laser tubulars.

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I just want a general idea as to value. Not top value, just decent price or trade value.

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Old 08-06-11, 03:17 PM   #2
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Old 08-10-11, 03:28 PM   #3
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Anybody got anything for me? I am needing to get serious about selling or trading this stuff, but I have no idea what to ask for it.

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Old 08-10-11, 03:53 PM   #4
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I can't believe no one answered this post. all the parts appear to be C-record. I would look on ebay and see what the parts are bidding for.

what are you looking for in trade? any chance the cranks are 172.5?

I have seen brakes like that go for between $50 to 100 plus on ebay but your brake pads are really worn and the nutcaps are incorrect or missing.

are the shifters friction or retro friction? if they have the white plastic washers they are friction. I would be interested in those if they are retrofriction
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Those brakes look good to me, with only 1 nut replaced. The pads are correct and were angled like that new. New rubber would stop better than old. The whole set would be a nice upgrade on my older steel frame bike. I'd guess $200+ for the Campy set, more in auction, and $100+ for the wheels, but I'm no expert.

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Thanks for the replies. The cranks are 170. I don't think the shifters are indexed, but I will have to check. Where would this white washer be?

I am going to offer them to a friend who is into that sort of stuff, and put whatever he doesn't take up on the for sale/trade board.

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I just realized that I have brake levers as well, with good white hoods. I should take a picture of those. Actually, I may have two sets of those. I got to get rid of stuff.
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These parts are all user grade, not for show.

The rear derailleur, $35 to $60 as it is banged up.
Front $25 to $60
Wheels, $100ish they don't show well, well worn brake surfaces, no idea as to trueness or hops, basically sold for hub value, remove the freewheel and cut them out and you might get more, much cheaper to ship.
Bottom bracket, $40 to $100 big spread, bearing race condition is a big deal, the lock ring has wear from a careless mechanic.
Cranks, $60 to $170 Wear kills them, but they are the early ones... an early date code and or good length could help, 165, 175 circle 4 date code pushes to the upper end.
Shifters, $30 to $60 as stated earlier, retrofriction helps.
Brakes, $30 to $45, worn, no colbalto nuts, expensive to find the correct parts.
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Thanks so very much repechage. That is what I needed to hear.

Here are the brake levers. I don't have great pictures of those, but I have these. Are they also c-record?



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