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Set of wheels with. Campagnolo hubs identification and evaluation

Old 11-24-21, 07:17 PM
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Set of wheels with. Campagnolo hubs identification and evaluation

The rims are Nashbar.
Are the hubs Campagno Chorus?
Also what year should they be. The front wheel is
marked on the lock nut 9x26 SU.
What is a aproximative evaluation of the set of wheels?
Is the set of hubs only evaluated at around 80...90$?




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Skewer nut with the knurled ring section,, looks to be for 1st gen Chorus hubs.....
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What are the rims? Wilber?

That freewheel looks interesting a 6spd shipmano 600 with what a 28t?

the problem with wheels, well anything, is shipping. If you have to add $50 to price of wheels for shipping that makes even a nice set of wheels less attractive.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
What are the rims? Wilber?

That freewheel looks interesting a 6spd shipmano 600 with what a 28t?

the problem with wheels, well anything, is shipping. If you have to add $50 to price of wheels for shipping that makes even a nice set of wheels less attractive.
Agreed, unless you get some that are redonkulously priced by dumb luck...in my case thankfully, the dumb is exceeded most times by the luck...
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
What are the rims? Wilber?

That freewheel looks interesting a 6spd shipmano 600 with what a 28t?

the problem with wheels, well anything, is shipping. If you have to add $50 to price of wheels for shipping that makes even a nice set of wheels less attractive.
The rims are Nashbar.
It is a Shimano 600 with 28t.
I had the set on a Peugeot PX10.
The shipping prices are bigger and bigger. It will cost 50$ for west coast and around 30 for the closer states.
And if I will sell them on ebay, I should add 15% for the fees.
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Oh stupid me. I was concentrating on the label I couldn’t read and there it is on the last pic.
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Just shipped a pair of wheels from NC to CA yesterday. $57 via Fed Ex. The challenge was the width (depth) of the box. I got it down to 12 1/2 inches, which in the world of shipping is 13 inches. Set of 26'rs, so the box was 24 x 13 x 24. With more careful packing I might have gotten it down to 23 x 13 x 23. (it was about 23 1/4 x 12 1/2 x 23 1/4).

Needless to say, its got to be something decent to justify almost $60 in postage.

And of course, ebay charges their fees on postage too. Profit goes down, down, down. Challenging box to make as a bike box is typically 8 1/2 inches wide. Didn't have any wheel boxes in hand.

Meanwhile, a set of hubs can go in a flat rate padded envelope (~$9).





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