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Old 11-12-08, 08:40 AM   #1
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need pulley wheels for 1973-ish Campagnolo Nuovo Record rear derailleur

Does anyone know where I can find suitable replacements? (They don't have to be Campy. Whatever works will be fine. 10-tooth.)

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Shimano, Bullseye, etc etc
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I have used shimano pulleys with great success.
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Thanks, guys.

Are all of these the same, or do I need to look for anything special as far as 10sp vs 9sp vs...?

I'll be running a 3/32" 6/7/8sp chain.

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Thanks, guys.

Are all of these the same, or do I need to look for anything special as far as 10sp vs 9sp vs...?

I'll be running a 3/32" 6/7/8sp chain.

Steve
I'd use the basic entry level TY-XXX pullys. They're just as good as the OEM style Campys and only run about $5 per pair.

A possible drawback to the high end Shimano is the upper 'G' pully which is designed to slide side to side. This characterisitc was to help optimize indexed shifting.
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IIRC Bradley at American Cyclery in SF, CA was offering some reproduction pulleys he has made in Asia (maybe Taiwan) at a "reasonable " price (meaning not as outrageous as what authentic Campys would cost). Give him a shout if you strike out on the other possibilities:
http://www.americancyclery.com/
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IIRC, Somafab.com sells replacement jockey wheels for vintage Campy derailluers.
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