They are Veloce cranks.
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They are Veloce cranks.
The Modolo Morphos brifters can shift multiple manufactures/speeds.
Shimano 7,8,9,10 speed; Campagnolo 9,10 speed, and also Index 5,6 speed.
Nice Zielemans, Pullup. I like the mixte.
As others already wrote, you will need another rear derailleur, a 8-9 speed Campagnolo.
The other parts will work fine with those shifters.
BTW, the front derailleur is a C-Record.
Yes, a 8 speed chain will work fine with a 9/10 speed chainring,
Mario, a bikeshop in Holland, has Campagnolo rims. I don't know how much postage is.
That drop out is damaged and will probably break soon.
I woule love to come to the ride, but will be on holiday in Austria in September.
About 6 years ago I got a custom made Nagasawa, and built it up with NOS 1986 C-Record.
I finally got the bike I wanted when I started serious cycling
The Bugatti is bigger than a Duesenberg, wheelbase Bugatti is 4,30m the Duesenberg is 'only' 3,90m.
In September I will go the car museum in Mulhouse, so will see the Bugatti.
The SGR pedals are already over engineered as they are now. They have several disadvantages, when the cleats are even a little dirty, it becomes alomst impossible to unclip.
No, it was an Italian who sold the Campagnolo saddles a few years ago.
The same as KonAaron Snake, C-Record for looks.
8-speed Ergopower for the function.
I have one of these Campagnolo saddles, bought a few years ago from Ebay.
Campagnolo also made aerodynamic bottles in...
If you want to use the 8 speed Campagnolo cassette, you must use a 8 speed Campagnolo hub. There is no modern option.
What is the problem with it? You can still get some Spareparts from Ebay.
Here in Holland I do sometimes see other Gazelle Champion Mondials and Duell bikes.
The Japenese made very nice bikes in the 70s/80s.
Toei, Nagasawa, San Rensho and many others.
So you have both a 979 with C-Record and a Carbone with Suntour?
Both are spectacular bikes.
Very nice bike and parts.
White 979's are not very common.
I used to play a similar game on the Commodore 64, Styx.
I cross the cables on my bikes, it looks better and the curve of the cables is smoother. So shifting should be better.
Sheldon Brown even has an article about it:Cables
The little lead seal was a kind of guarantee that it was a real Concorde frame.
VeloBase.com - Component: Campagnolo 321/101, C-Record (High Flange)
The bottom one seems to have a replacement ring.
I once had the same problem with a steel frame, the problem was the headset. After replacing the headset, the problem was solved.
So try a different headset before thrashing the frame
These are C-Record nuts,