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Old 01-03-19, 06:58 PM
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Campagnolo Super Record parts

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brakes $40SOLD
r/d $55SOLD
f/d missing cinch bolt. $25 SOLD
b/b Italian thread, loose bearings $40 SOLD
















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Iíll take the rd. Pm incoming
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@Wildwood, here's the derailleur you're looking for

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Crap, could have used the FD and RD.
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I've been looking for a pair of those calipers in script
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Too slow for me too.

But I am curious. I have been unableto figure out what is the difference between an NR brake and a SR brke?

I only have one Campagnolo catalog, from 1978(?) and they do not show a clear diffrenece in fact the pert number are the same despite appering in different gruppos.

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Too slow for me too.

But I am curious. I have been unableto figure out what is the difference between an NR brake and a SR brke?

I only have one Campagnolo catalog, from 1978(?) and they do not show a clear diffrenece in fact the pert number are the same despite appering in different gruppos.

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Super Record calipers used alloy brake pad holders, Nuovo Record used steel. And, of course, the brake levers of SR had holes whereas NR did not. That's pretty much it.

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Super Record calipers used alloy brake pad holders, Nuovo Record used steel. And, of course, the brake levers of SR had holes whereas NR did not. That's pretty much it.

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