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    Campy RD ID

    Semi cross post - what model are these?

    TIA

    John
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    Looks like 2nd generation c-record.

    http://velobase.com/ViewSingleCompon...=108&AbsPos=13

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    RD is Campagnolo Victory S3, 1988+ w/Syncros adjuster barrel, 100% positive. The barrel comes from the shifter set - which I believe is Campagnolo Syncros II.

    -Kurt
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    Thanks Curt I gave up a little early on velo base.

    Is it considered a decent rd? |Is it a troublesome index deal?

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    Troublesome index, yes. In friction on a narrow-range cog (under 21-23t as largest, or thereabouts), possibly one of the most underrated straight-parallelogram Campagnolo RD's in existence. When adjusted right, they work beautifully.

    -Kurt

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