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Old 10-01-11, 02:17 AM   #1
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Can Anyone Identify These Campagnolo Hubs?

I'm not very well up on identifying Campagnolo hubs so any help is much appreciated. Both hubs are 32 hole, not sure what else you need to know about them, I hope the pics do the talking! Thanks
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Old 10-01-11, 02:38 AM   #2
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Forgot to mention their on Mavic SUP rims, might help
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No, the rims and spokes are irrelevant. Any Campy hub could have any rim built on it. Same for the number of spoke holes, the hubs were supplied with any drilling the bike manufacturer specified.

More info needed: How many speeds? What is the freewheel made of? (need to remove the cassette to see this) Maybe some pictures of the freewheel? Can you tell anything about the bearings? Is there a little flat steel clip around the middle of the hub that covers up a little oil hole (this is actually a useless hole; keep it covered and don't add oil to lube the hub).
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Looks like my mid 90s 8 speed Mirage (or slightly higher) but the steel QR skewer means towards the lower end.
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