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    just something fun

    Had these laying around the house.
    All never mounted on a bicycle. All new old stock.

    late 70s Gran sport deraileur
    80s C record rear deraileur
    80s campy brakes
    and a New Dura ace (Crane) rear deraileur.
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    Bianchi Goddess Bianchigirll's Avatar
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    Well if you don't need them... I could put the brakes and C-Rec derailleur to good use.

    one day I need to find a good project for this stuff



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    Quote Originally Posted by jjhabbs View Post
    Had these laying around the house.
    All never mounted on a bicycle. All new old stock.

    late 70s Gran sport deraileur
    80s C record rear deraileur
    80s campy brakes
    and a New Dura ace (Crane) rear deraileur.
    Hey, why not do a straight trade with BG, You must be tired of those old things just lying around your house....

    Chombi

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    bianchigirl...tell me about those. I am not familiar with those componants!

    I have more stuff. I am going to use the brakes and deraileurs as well as some new super record cranks once I find a worthy frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjhabbs View Post
    bianchigirl...tell me about those. I am not familiar with those componants!
    IIRC, the Regina "America" components were re-badged "Rino" components; a 2nd tier Italian component manufacturer like Ofmega, Galli, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjhabbs View Post
    bianchigirl...tell me about those. I am not familiar with those componants!

    I have more stuff. I am going to use the brakes and deraileurs as well as some new super record cranks once I find a worthy frame.
    I willhave to get back to you on that. I don't know much about them, I just saw them on the 'bay and thought they would be cool for a project. unfortunately the 170 cranks and the NOS factor keeps me from using them.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDThompson View Post
    IIRC, the Regina "America" components were re-badged "Rino" components; a 2nd tier Italian component manufacturer like Ofmega, Galli, etc.
    I was thinking Sachs but I'll take your word for it. I have some product info around here somewhere but can't find it right now
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    NOS means New old stock...right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjhabbs View Post
    NOS means New old stock...right?
    Sure does.

    I have also learned through here that there is such a thing as 'take offs' ie parts taken off a NOS bike. while these are NOS some feel they are not since they are installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
    I willhave to get back to you on that. I don't know much about them, I just saw them on the 'bay and thought they would be cool for a project. unfortunately the 170 cranks and the NOS factor keeps me from using them.



    I was thinking Sachs but I'll take your word for it. I have some product info around here somewhere but can't find it right now
    These are EXACTLY like my Sachs ARIS parts except in color and logo. Must be by the same subcontractor:

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    This setup works like butter with 7 spd.
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    Here is some Regina info
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    Quote Originally Posted by poprad View Post
    These are EXACTLY like my Sachs ARIS parts except in color and logo. Must be by the same subcontractor...
    This setup works like butter with 7 spd.
    While I don't believe these were subcontracted, I had this set-up on my Softride Powerwing and I do agree that they shifted very nicely. They're a well kept secret.

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    They look subcontracted to me due to the graphics on the deraileurs and cranks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chombi View Post
    Hey, why not do a straight trade with BG, You must be tired of those old things just lying around your house....

    Chombi
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    Cbad. Thanks for the info. I have on intention of trading these parts. Just showing them for fun. Dats it.

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