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Component transfer from 1984 Trek 660 to 1984 Trek 760?

Old 04-28-16, 09:03 PM
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Component transfer from 1984 Trek 660 to 1984 Trek 760?

I have a 1984 Trek 660 with original components that include Campy N Record derailleurs and cranks. Sadly, the 660 frame is a bit big for me. I am looking at smaller 1984 Trek 760 frame that originally had Suntour Superbe cranks and derailleurs. Will the components from the 660 transfer over to the 760 frame?
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Most al the parts, likely yes. Devil details like brake reach, brake nut fit, post diameter, ft der mount yet TBD. I suspect these two frames shared most critical dimensions and component driven designs but had different tubing or component packages. Andy
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The two frames were identical and the differences were in the components with the 760 having the higher-line group. Here is a link to the 1984 Trek catalog giving all of the frame and component details:

1984 Trek Bicycle Brochure Part I - Racing Bikes
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