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Old 05-07-10, 07:41 PM   #1
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Campagnolo Daytona Crankset

I saw a set of Campy Daytona crank at my LBS for 75 dollars but I could not find any information about them online...I just know they abandoned the name Daytona and changed it to Centaur.
It is square tapered, but not sure if it is JIS or ISO. Any information would be greatly appertained!
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iso.

what else do you want to know?
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Thanks
There is also a set of Veloce for 5 dollars less but more scratched up, which one would be a better deal? Are their qualities pretty much the equivalent?
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$75 for daytona cranks? do they come with chainrings and BB?
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Yuppers, 53/39 rings as well as BB.
Is it a good deal though?
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well, if it comes with rings and BB, that sounds like a decent deal.
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Thanks AEO
I think I am going to get it then.
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Daytona/Centaur and below use a 111mm symetrical BB. If you need to get different spacing Campy also made a 102mm symetrical BB for Chorus and above. They also made a 115mm asymetrical BB for the Centaur and below triples.

There aren't as many options for ISO taper BB's than JIS versions. Good luck on the project.
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