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Pre-CPSC? Campagnolo Record Hi-Flange hubset

Old 07-11-20, 03:07 PM
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Pre-CPSC? Campagnolo Record Hi-Flange hubset

I got these and from research they're pre-CPSC and even before the straight blade skewers. Wondering how much they're worth as a hubset. Thanks.









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Are these track hubs whose existence I just learned about in another thread? Would they have "Record" stamped in the barrels?
If they are those crazy things, I would think an insane amount to the right person... Think how much sheriff stars bring. And no way are they unobtainium. I'd never even heard of those QR track hubs.
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There's a few selling sites that say the skewer are "super bend" and pre date the straight blade skewers. Some others say these are considered prototype.

The skewers don't show any signs of them being bent by a consumer.

Measuring the rear axle it come out to 122mm.
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Old 07-11-20, 04:48 PM
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Pull a lock nut on each hub and check the date, it's on the inside and says CAM an a two digit date ( 66=1966 ,74= 1974)
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Not that hard to modify, most likely mechanic bent.

About the value of a typical English thread set of hubs, single groove beyond freewheel threading is the secret decoder ring.
Lack of attention to spoke direction in one of the rear hub's rebuilds will lower value to some.
$100.
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