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Old 11-12-15, 11:33 AM
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Campy Record Hubs

I have a set of Record hubs that I took from a Lambda Strada V wheelset. I was just curious as to what they are worth since Ebay isn't really consistent. (at least with this particular item)



Here is the front hub (I haven't gotten the rear off of the rim yet)
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Actually eBay is your best source for pricing. The "inconsistency" is the price range.
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Originally Posted by thrasher9905 View Post
I have a set of Record hubs that I took from a Lambda Strada V wheelset. I was just curious as to what they are worth since Ebay isn't really consistent. (at least with this particular item)



They look like this only they don't have the loop on the other nut for the quick release..
I agree with @CV-6 , use eBay as your guide...yes, there is inconsistency...but that can be in the marketing of the product, the timing and finding the right customer. I am curious...you say "They look like this only they don't have the loop on the other nut for the quick release.." So...that is not an actual picture? You have different quick releases? Honestly, REAL pictures of YOUR product would help in determining any pricing...
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The condition of the finish, the spoke holes (from prior spoking), the bearings, etc. can make a big difference in price. As can having the correct quick releases.
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with skewers, i'd go for $80 on craigs or $100 (shipped) buy-it-now on ebay.
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@daf1009 I have updated the pictures in my original post with my actual hub.
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Are those cones clean and oil free? They look really bad

Unfortunately a lot of stuff on E-Bay is buyer beware.

With cones that rough, I'd carefully clean and inspect the races. If the races are also pitted, then the value of the hubs would be close to zero. Some people have pressed in sealed bearings, but I'd still consider the residual value as low.

You can buy good replacement cones and bearings,. but then you start investing quite a bit in the rebuild.

I suppose how you deal with disclosure is up to you.
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Oh no! These still have some grease in the races so that is what you are seeing.
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Are those cones clean and oil free? They look really bad
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Are those cones clean and oil free? They look really bad

Unfortunately a lot of stuff on E-Bay is buyer beware.
More likely seller beware.
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Your skewer levers and adjusters are mismatched. That will cost a few dollars when selling. What date on the lock nuts? The lever and adjuster should match the date. Specifically a pre-CPSC hub should have flat levers and a cone shaped adjuster with clip. Post-CPSC will we curved as yours and the adjuster will have a small dome on the end with the clip. I think 78 was the change over date. Matching skewers = more $$$
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