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Old 12-23-06, 10:36 PM   #1
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Campagnolo Shifters and Rear Deralieur ID

Could anyone tell me anything about these items? I don't know very much about Campagnolo components. The shifters click, so I think they are index shifters.

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Old 12-23-06, 10:45 PM   #2
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Syncho 2 levers.
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I have that same RD with its corresponding FD. They handle 8-speed, and are from the early Ergo era, that much I'm sure of. What groupset they're from is beyond me.

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Kurt,

Do you like the way the operate?
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Kurt,

Do you like the way the operate?
Don't know, never had them mounted. The adjuster screws drive me nuts, as the low adjustment screw is just a tad too short to use with the retainer spring. I just want to get rid of the pair, or trade them for something I can use...like your Paramount

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Old 12-23-06, 11:15 PM   #6
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Could anyone tell me anything about these items?
Yes!
They are Specialissimo d'sendem Onde Merlin!

You aren't tryin' to part that out, are you?

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Old 12-24-06, 12:08 AM   #7
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Rear derailleur looks to be either a 1993 or 1994 Athena.

I am not sure what model the shifters are but that little adjusting barrel on the right shifter first showed up in 1992 on Record, Chorus and Athena shifters which is also the first year for Ergo shifters.

Edit: Actually I think they are Record shifters because my guess is the Record, Chorus and Athena groups all shared the same downtube shifters because Campy was pushing Ergo. The 1993 spare parts catalog only shows Record and Veloce indexed downtube shifters and Veloce looks different.

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'92 Record 'Syncro 2' straight out of the box and on my bike.

I make your derailleur earlier than '94. More like late 80's, early 90's Athena.

Is that a seven speed cassette in that picture?




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Old 12-24-06, 08:09 AM   #9
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Yes!
They are Specialissimo d'sendem Onde Merlin!

You aren't tryin' to part that out, are you?

Gotcha!!
No me parto, just trying to identify. I don't have much experience with nice stuff so this is agreat learning opportunity. Merry Christmas! Hey how is my frame?
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'92 Record 'Syncro 2' straight out of the box and on my bike.

I make your derailleur earlier than '94. More like late 80's, early 90's Athena.

Is that a seven speed cassette in that picture?



Yes 7 speed
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I make your derailleur earlier than '94. More like late 80's, early 90's Athena.
I don't think so. The first few years of Athena had the stop screws up higher (1988-1991). In 1992 the front pivot bolt was exposed unlike fender1's. fender1's looks like 1993 or 1994. Then in 1995 the jockey cage is open at the top.
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