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Need help to identify 3 components (Campy 80s front changer)

Old 11-30-16, 04:10 AM
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Need help to identify 3 components (Campy 80s front changer)

Regular check my bike last night, I found the front derailleur is missing three components

Is there anyone who can tell me the size (specification) of these components so that I can buy them back and fix it.

215 cage spanner bolt
217 cage spanner bolt nut
790 bush

I couldn't sleep well last night.
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Old 11-30-16, 05:56 AM
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3 options...

1. Go to your local hardware store and buy whatever fits...least expensive
2. Source the parts on eBay...cant say I've ever seen them list indiviualy
3. Source a donor derailleur and scavenge the parts...lots of busted up derailleurs out there

If you source a non-Campy nut it may not recess nicely into the cage like an OE nut...just a warning
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If you are able to find the replacement parts, they will likely approach the cost of a good condition used derailleur on eBay. If aesthetics are not important, hardware store option is best. If they are, look for a Super Record FD on eBay for about $25 USD on eBay.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs View Post
If you are able to find the replacement parts, they will likely approach the cost of a good condition used derailleur on eBay. If aesthetics are not important, hardware store option is best. If they are, look for a Super Record FD on eBay for about $25 USD on eBay.
Wouldn't those parts be exactly the same on a Nuovo Record FD, which might be cheaper if going that route?
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Wouldn't those parts be exactly the same on a Nuovo Record FD, which might be cheaper if going that route?
Yes, part #'s are the same all the way through the whole line to Nuovo Valentino
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