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Old 11-08-11, 05:01 PM
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Vintage RARE campy value

I have a Campagnolo HiLo wheelset and am wondering what it might be worth. VGC, english threaded. Front hub is a super record LF and they are laced to Araya rims. I'm wondering if I should pull the rear hub and sell it alone or keep the wheels built. Lend me your thoughts
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Hubs as a set. You made no mention of the spoke count, nor rear spacing. There have been a couple of Hi-lo individual hubs and sets on ebay very recently. If the Arayas are Tita-Ace, then sell as a complete set.
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Meh. You can't swing a dead cat without hitting a Campy Hi-Lo rear hub. The real question is: Does your set have the uber-rare Hi-Lo front hub? https://www.classicrendezvous.com/Rarest/Hi-Lo_frt.htm


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Meh. You can't swing a dead cat without hitting a Campy Hi-Lo rear hub. The real question is: Does your set have the uber-rare Hi-Lo front hub? https://www.classicrendezvous.com/Rarest/Hi-Lo_frt.htm

OH I really need one of those!
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If they are complete and true pretty much all vintage wheel sets draw more money as a set.
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Originally Posted by zukahn1 View Post
If they are complete and true pretty much all vintage wheel sets draw more money as a set.
Gotta disagree with this one, especially in the case of tubulars
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Gotta disagree with this one, especially in the case of tubulars
Unless the wheels are of special interest, the freight of full wheel set scares many off.
I purchased on ebay a complete set recently for $80 plus shipping of $40. No one bid against me, I had placed a higher bid. Clean, Vittoria setas with freewheel.
The hubs alone would have probably sold for the final total cost I paid.
That is ebay freakonomics.
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Gotta disagree with this one, especially in the case of tubulars
I will admit I'm probably wrong on this one I didn't consider these may old type Araya lace up/tubulars.
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cant be a sr lf on the front. There was no such thing as "super record" hubs....just record!!
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I have a Campagnolo HiLo wheelset and am wondering what it might be worth. VGC, english threaded. Front hub is a super record LF and they are laced to Araya rims. I'm wondering if I should pull the rear hub and sell it alone or keep the wheels built. Lend me your thoughts
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Originally Posted by joe englert View Post
cant be a sr lf on the front. There was no such thing as "super record" hubs....just record!!
My mistake, I was told that record hubs didn't have the oil port and that Super records did. I guess I was ill informed

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[QUOTE=bikingshearer;13470264]Meh. You can't swing a dead cat without hitting a Campy Hi-Lo rear hub. The real question is: Does your set have the uber-rare Hi-Lo front hub? https://www.classicrendezvous.com/Rarest/Hi-Lo_frt.htm

Meh, Hi-Lo fronts are a dime a dozen. Boring bits but the guy who sold me my merckx had one of these

https://www.flickr.com/photos/pistabi...57624213393239

I've never seen one that hadn't been drilled. That my friend, IS RARE!
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^^^ Wow, a built-in dork plate! How cool is that?
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do you have any pics? what shape are the rims in and are they a box section or a aero profile?
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