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Old 05-18-07, 02:20 PM   #1
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Campagnolo pieces and stems

I recently got a set of mavic wheels with campy hubs/cassette on them. I am going to rebuild the rear wheel for my fixie, and I'm trying to decide whether to keep or sell the rear hub. Since I am not usually able to afford Campagnolo parts, I know nothing about how to identify them. They look to be newer (not vintage) and they do not say the gruppo name anywhere on them. Could anyone help point me in the right direction to indentify these? Also, since I am a "newbie" here, does anyone know of someone on these forums who would be able to identify them at first sight? Thank you.
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Old 05-19-07, 04:14 AM   #2
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A close up pic of the rear hub might be helpful. Take shots from both sides. A pic of the skewer with both ends will also help.

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A close up pic of the rear hub might be helpful. Take shots from both sides. A pic of the skewer with both ends will also help.

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Here are some pics of the wheels: I'm trying to find out what model these hubs are. I think that they may be Chorus, but I'd like to make sure. If any of you could help, that would be great! Thanks!
These first pics are the rear wheel:







These are the front wheel:





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They look like 90's era Ergo 8 speed hubs. I have a set of Chorus that look just like them.

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You might want to post this with pics in the single speed or mechanics forum. It seems to be getting very little attention here. If you post in 2 forums, make sure to note that it was cross posted. Good luck


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Better yet, the Classic & Vintage forum.

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