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Old 01-21-19, 08:11 PM
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Trade: My Campy for your Shimano

I have a nice Campagnolo 1049/A, Strada Super Record Crankset, 175mm with 50/42 chain rings I'd like to trade for a Shimano FC-7410, Dura Ace Crankset, ideally 172.5 with 52/39 rings.

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this is the crankset I'm looking for...
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I will see if I can buy one to trade you. I probably have a Dura-Ace, but its been sanded and tumbled.

What is the name and model of te Dura Ace you are looking for? 175mm?
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Originally Posted by Reynolds 531 View Post
What is the name and model of te Dura Ace you are looking for? 175mm?
Ideally 172.5 with 52/39 rings.

See VeloBase.com - Component: Shimano FC-7410, Dura Ace 7410
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will also consider a slightly newer DA crankset with appropriate octalink bb in italian thread.

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Old 01-24-19, 09:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Reynolds 531 View Post
I will see if I can buy one to trade you.
This one would work. Just sayin.....

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Shimano-Dur...frcectupt=true
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got it. looking now
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No, Campy heads out there with an extra Dura Ace or Ultegra Crankset?
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...I probably have one, but If so it would be one of the more angular, flat ones that were popular with Dura Ace in the early indexing age. Let me know if you want me to look in the boxes of parts from the cargo god.
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Thanks but hoping for the newer curved design to match other components. Will even consider Ultegra from same era or slightly newer octalink versions if anybody has.
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Thanks but hoping for the newer curved design to match other components. Will even consider Ultegra from same era or slightly newer octalink versions if anybody has.
...I looked out in the box and there's an Ultegra octalink crank in 175, with some rings that are 53/42.

The 53 ring is cut with ramps, and I always have trouble eyeballing those. The 42 ring is a Shimano "A" ring, so probably a replacement. I might even have replaced it myself...can't remember.

Let me know if you want a photo. I can look to see if I have other chainrings, but I'm pretty much certain I don't have an Italian threaded octalink BB here.
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Originally Posted by 3alarmer View Post
...I looked out in the box and there's an Ultegra octalink crank in 175, with some rings that are 53/42.

The 53 ring is cut with ramps, and I always have trouble eyeballing those. The 42 ring is a Shimano "A" ring, so probably a replacement. I might even have replaced it myself...can't remember.

Let me know if you want a photo. I can look to see if I have other chainrings, but I'm pretty much certain I don't have an Italian threaded octalink BB here.
thanks for checking but really need 53/39 rings and would also need the bottom bracket if octalink.

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Originally Posted by tarsi View Post


thanks for checking but really need 53/39 rings and would also need the bottom bracket if octalink.
Have a very nice FC-7410 172.5 but 42 ring, sure I have 39 rings but not 7410.
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