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Old 07-06-12, 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by rootboy View Post
If you bought a NOS crank set, and it wasn't disclosed that the rings and bolts were not original and proper, I'd say you have an issue with the seller. Unless you got it for a steal, I'd return it or ask the seller to supply the proper rings and bolts.
The truth may be somewhere in between. When the crank was made Campagnolo was stamping the chainring bolts. For those who really really want to know it can either be Brev. Camp or Pat. Camp. and I never cared to remember when the change took place. But, later Campagnolo stopped stamping them, maybe after the patent expired. So, they may well be Campagnolo chainring bolts and nuts but just not from that era.
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