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Old 05-19-17, 07:54 AM
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Wtb campy B.B. NR And headset super record

I'm looking to start my build on a 1984 cinelli supercorsa and I'm in need of a headset and a campy bb. I know its 70mm Italian, but I'm not sure on spindle length. Any help would be appreciated. I also have a NR BB that is 68mm for trade if anyone is interested.

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Old 05-19-17, 08:11 AM
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Spindle type will depend on which bottom bracket you choose. If you really want a Super Record bottom bracket, it will be a titanium spindle with pressed-on steel races and will use 3/16" balls (rather than typical 1/4" balls), and cups with races ground to use the smaller ball size. These bottom brackets are fairly scarce, expensive, and have a less-than-stellar reputation. The spindle will have threaded studs to take nuts, rather than bolts, and for your frame should be marked 70-SS.

But most bikes marketed with Campagnolo Super Record groups didn't use the fancy-pants Super Record bottom bracket, but instead used the old, reliable Nuovo Record bottom bracket. These are far more abundant and less expensive than the titanium bottom bracket. Again, you'll want a spindle marked 70-SS.

Here's a reference guide to Campagnolo bottom brackets:

http://www.os2.dhs.org/~john/campy-BB-specs.pdf
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Old 05-19-17, 09:26 AM
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Thanks for the info!!
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Whoa, whoa, whoa there cowboy, you can't type "Cinelli Supercorsa" without pics!

Spindle length for your BB depends on the crank you're using. Assuming a Super Record crank, you'll want 70-SS or 70-SS-120 as noted above. The spindle length will be 113 or 115.5 mm.
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Here is the flicker album from the previous owner.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/sashae...7624177035970/

Cranks are campy SR 172.5 53, 42

The bike originally had dura ace 7400-03-02 group that I put on my 7-11 Merckx
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If your cranks are later than 1977, you'll want a 115.5mm spindle. I may have one in my drawer - I can check tonight.

If you would prefer 170mm cranks, I have a pair of '84 dated Campy Record cranks in that length if you'd want to do a trade. I'm always looking for 172.5's.

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would you sell one?
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Would you sell two?

Except, I need a 120
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Originally Posted by Celloplus View Post
Here is the flicker album from the previous owner.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/sashae...7624177035970/

Cranks are campy SR 172.5 53, 42

The bike originally had dura ace 7400-03-02 group that I put on my 7-11 Merckx
Aww man, sorry I asked. Bike envy ...
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What is strange is the color in the photo is not the actual color of the bike. Its a lighter powder blue color, still pretty sweet though.
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