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Old 02-02-11, 11:25 AM   #1
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Can anyone identify these CAMPY hubs?

Can you identify these Campy Hubs?
This one has a 9 speed cassette on it:
http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5253/...7e6edda014.jpg

http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5060/...d4820c9d_b.jpg
They are loose bearing hubs and the free hub body is silver, if that helps. The freehub body comes out when you overhaul the rear hub and it has those 3 pawls. Very annoying!
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Old 02-02-11, 11:56 AM   #2
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Bad Links. Very annoying!
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Old 02-02-11, 12:05 PM   #3
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OP copied from a different thread. I've done it before - it's automatically truncated. Have to copy it from the text editor, not the posted message.

http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...ese-Campy-Hubs



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Old 02-02-11, 12:09 PM   #4
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A great resource for identifying components: www.velobase.com

Chorus, Record, Croce d'Aune?
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I think it's C-Record
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Old 02-02-11, 12:39 PM   #6
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C-Record was not 9 speed.
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Edit: well, 9 speed is not C & V. I'll shut up now
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Old 02-02-11, 01:28 PM   #7
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Hey, didn't I just see this on one of the other Forums. My guess is that they are mismatched. The front looks just like the Record hubs I just bought laced to Victory tubulars with 7spd freewheel that I'm fairly confident is mid 80's vintage. The front and rear hubs are nearly identical on mine. That rear looks more late 90's or later I'm guessing. Athena?
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Without countersunk holes, the front hub looks like one I owned that was a Chorus c'94. (Bought it NIB so I can confirm that's what I really had). I had a rear hub that looked the same from '95 and was never quite sure if it was Chorus or Record. It was sold to me as a Record.

Look at your lock nuts for dates and see if they are close to the set I had.
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Old 02-02-11, 01:48 PM   #9
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I'm speaking from quasi-ignorance, but I thought the Ti bits were the difference between Record & SR?

Here's a bad pic of what was sold to me as 80's Record hubs with freewheel.
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Rear could be Chorus or Record as OFG stated...front appears to be "C-record", Chorus would not have the engraved "bands". I have this exact "pair", but the front is 36H and I am switching to a Chorus 32H front as I build them up to Velocity A23s for my coming crossbike.

Those front hubs tend to go for good money...the rear is easily converted to 10s if it was an 8s as well (this is what I did, using a spare Shamal hub I had laying around). At 9s you are all set, as is, of course.
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C-Record was not 9 speed.
The front hub is C-record. The rear, I don't know.
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Don't know if anyone will be able to access this ebay after it ends, but looks like you are right again OFG. These look the same too me, and are listed as 95ish Record.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT
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Straight out of the box 1994 Chorus. Band is not engraved.
Record front hubs from the same year have countersunk spoke holes, a line engraved on the outside
of the flanges, not sure about engraving on the band.
C-Record hubs from the early 90's also are 'wider' from the flange to the axle nuts,
if that description makes any sense, plus countersinking that extends into the flange ends.

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1995 Record? Band is engraved. The skewer is from the 80's. Ignore it.
This one actually had one locknut from '95, and one from either '94 or '96. I don't recall which.

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Looks like you nailed it Ex Pres; BTW, which one are one?
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Buldogge,

Could you point me to any sources regarding how to convert an 8s to 10s? I have a Chorus (or maybe Record) rear similar in age to the OP's.

Apologies if I'm hijacking the thread.
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1995 Record? Band is engraved. The skewer is from the 80's. Ignore it.
This one actually had one locknut from '95, and one from either '94 or '96. I don't recall which.
This rear hub could be Record or Chorus, the only differrence is the quickrelease. The record has the d-ring, while Chorus has not.
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Hey...You just need to grab any big bell 9/10s rear hub. The Mirage units that are all over Ebay are your best bet unless you find one at a co-op/parts-bin/etc. You should be able to grab a new one for $20-30.

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Could you point me to any sources regarding how to convert an 8s to 10s? I have a Chorus (or maybe Record) rear similar in age to the OP's.

Apologies if I'm hijacking the thread.
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This rear hub could be Record or Chorus, the only differrence is the quickrelease. The record has the d-ring, while Chorus has not.
Correct you are.
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Crosslake Sales sells them as cheaply as anyone.

Thanks to the both of you.
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