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Old 08-20-22, 08:52 AM
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Campanutella hubbed wheels any interest?

I thought these were a pair but apparently the rear was replaced at one time in the very early ‘90s and this set wasn’t used much after.

32 hole DT or Wheelsmith spokes, 14/15 DB spokes, Campanutella Record hubs, curved skewers, may not be original to hubs, Campi Yipsilon front and Mavic MA2 rear. Sachs 7spd FW, Conti Grand Prix x23 tires with lots of miles left in them.

Are they worth $125 plus shipping? Free red Fulcrum or black Nashbar wheel bags included , black shimano add $10 and black Campanutella add $20.










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I only buy wheelsets that match both hubs and rims.

But if I did buy mismatched (for the value) it would have to go on a lowly build.

Seattle has a big used part market, so shipping would be a show stopper to me, unless it was a perfect set.

Your market may vary.

the freewheel would not be good for the hills I ride. easily swapped, tho.
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[QUOTE=Wildwood;22616890]I only buy wheelsets that match both hubs and rims.

But if I did buy mismatched (for the value) it would have to go on a lowly build.

Seattle has a big used part market, so shipping would be a show stopper to me, unless it was a perfect set.

Your market may vary.

the freewheel would not be good for the hills I ride. easily swapped, tho.[/QUOT

Yeah. Like I posted I thought they matched. I’m going to stick them FB market and CL and see what happens
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Campanutella?
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I thought Campanutella was a Nutella's new flavor , with caramel and sea salt for a little tang to go with the sweet


Preferred implement for application would be Campagnolo peanut butter wrenches
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Campanutella?
Obviously a subsidiary of the better known supplier, CampGranola.
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Obviously a subsidiary of the better known supplier, CampGranola.

This is CV...

Campameucil.
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