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Old 12-19-05, 03:15 PM   #1
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new-style campy high-flange hub?

found this picture while poking around on campyonly.com
check out the front hub.
anyone have better pictures, or know if it has a matching rear? (and apologies if this is old news, i don't get out much)
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Old 12-19-05, 03:20 PM   #2
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yikes - that thing looks fatal.

trying to save even more spoke weight with the modified hi-flange
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Old 12-19-05, 03:37 PM   #3
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looks like a rolf wheel but with very delicate hubs... looks nice though.
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FSA uses a similar hub on a couple of their newer road wheels

http://www.fullspeedahead.com/fly.as...oduct&taxid=49

RD-800T and the RD-600
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doesn't canecreek have track wheels that look like that?

Edit: close enough. http://www.canecreek.com/volos_track.html
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FSA uses a similar hub on a couple of their newer road wheels

http://www.fullspeedahead.com/fly.as...oduct&taxid=49

RD-800T and the RD-600
that fsa says it's a 3-flange hub though (and how do you put a rubber-band arounf THAT?), the campy's look like the normal 2-flange dealio
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i like the look of those cane creeks, anybody ridden them?
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Specialized also has a sheriff-star look alike wheel/hub on their new tricross bikes.

Sorry for the large pic.


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i like the look of those cane creeks, anybody ridden them?
hey! quit hijacking my thread! i want to know about the CAMPY hubs ya damn pirate!
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man I saw a campy rim that looked like that a couple days ago. Super polished, super Flange. Tiny spoke count, but look awesome
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Campy's site has a page for the Pista wheelset, but it appears to be broken at the moment.
(http://www.campagnolo.com/wheels.php?gid=3&cid=9)


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The hubs are made from structural carbon of variable thickness, have spherical surfaces, feature Recordô-class components with aluminium axle and a single body for freewheel and pawl carrier. The rear hub features an oversize aluminium flange on the right side which enhances the features of the G3ô spoking.
(from http://www.campagnolo.com/wheels.php?gid=3&cid=7&pid=40)
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Campy's site has a page for the Pista wheelset, but it appears to be broken at the moment.
(http://www.campagnolo.com/wheels.php?gid=3&cid=9)



(from http://www.campagnolo.com/wheels.php?gid=3&cid=7&pid=40)
thanks, i saw that (shoulda mentioned it in the op)
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