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Old 10-21-11, 03:32 PM   #1
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Acquired Vintage Campagnolo Head Race Mill - Need Help!

Hey C&V,

I think I just scored big at the thrift store! I found what I believe is a Campagnolo Head Race Mill. I do not know much about it; I have never used these big boy tools before.

I am not sure if it is complete. It came with two different sized reamers, one is Campagnolo #7185006, the other is printed with "TIOGA AVENGER SKH NACHI QE". All the parts to the left of the spring are printed with Campagnolo and the ones to the right are blank minus the Tioga reamer. The handle and end piece are also Campagnolo.

Am I missing anything? Is it a mixed bag? How does it go together? What is it worth to the right buyer?

Thanks for your time!

Sir Tony
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Old 10-21-11, 03:44 PM   #2
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nice find. Looks complete. It also functions as a headset press, which is what the shouldered cylinder pieces are for. The piece all the way to the right in the first picture has braces to press against the downtube to keep the nut from turning with the handle, which might not be the best idea.

I assume the non-campagnolo parts are for 1 1/8 head tubes. If you put it up on ebay, I'm sure you'll get a good price.
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