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Old 05-29-20, 06:16 PM
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FS: LOTS of Campy, Shimano and misc parts (and saddles and wheels and a lot of stuff)

Spring cleaning time has come, so lots of goodies are up for sale! Most of them come from projects that won’t work out due to lack of funds related to the current COVID crisis.

Everything is in great shape unless mentioned otherwise. Everything that is in outstanding or superb condition is identified as “excellent condition”.

All prices exclude shipping, which should be something between $15-25 depending on where you live. Could be higher for wheelsets. It could be a deal breaker for some parts, but it may be worth it when you buy multiple parts at the same time. If you want the wheels without the cassettes, please ask and I will remove them.

Price is negotiable when you buy multiple items.

As always, please ask as many questions as you want and I’ll be glad to answer them. I will of course provide more pictures upon request. The order in the album is messed up, so you can always ask me to send you the pictures in case you’re not sure which picture refers to which item.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AmSUIwm8mTD1iXlC...4nJHr?e=a6qvIv

Campagnolo parts
Campagnolo Record brake calipers without brake pads and barrel adjusters (like new condition) = 90$US SOLD!
Campagnolo Record crank arms 172.5 mm (very good condition) = 60$US SOLD!
Campagnolo Chorus bottom bracket (English thread, 102mm spindle) = 35$US
Campagnolo Athena 9 speed rear derailleur = 40$US SOLD!
Campagnolo D500 Athena brake calipers = 40$US SOLD!
Vintage Campagnolo bottom bracket (70 mm shell and 111 mm spindle) = 20$US SOLD!
Campagnolo 980 rear derailleur = 30$US SOLD!
Vintage Campagnolo front derailleur, unknown model = 20$US SOLD!
Campagnolo pedals (some rust, fair condition) = 30$US TRADED!
Campagnolo Xenon dark gray "resin polymers" (plastic) brake levers with white hoods = 10$US https://www.disraeligears.co.uk/Site/...on_scan_4.html
Mismatched Campagnolo downtube shifters = 10$US/pair SOLD!
Used mismatched original Campagnolo white hoods = 5$US each SOLD!

Shimano parts
SRM Dura Ace FC-7800 wireless powermeter crankset (excellent condition, new batteries) = 250$US SOLD!
Shimano 600 tricolor crank arms 170 mm (like new condition) = 50$US
Shimano 600 tricolor SL-6400 downtube shifters (like new condition) = 40$US SOLD!
Shimano 600 tricolor brake calipers (like new condition) = 40$US SOLD!
Shimano 600 tricolor RD-6400 rear derailleur (excellent condition) = 30$US SOLD!
Shimano 600 tricolor brake levers (badly scuffed and hoods need a good wash) = 5$US

Misc parts
Mavic 862 front derailleur (excellent condition) = 70$US
Zeus 170mm crankset 53/42 = 70$US SOLD!
Gipiemme 27.2 aero seatpost (excellent condition) = 50$US
Cinelli 105 mm quill stem (excellent condition) = 30$US SOLD!
Unknown 110mm quill stem made in Italy = 15$US
Shimano SPD-R PD-5500 pedals (fair condition) = 5$US SOLD!
Look pedals (fair condition) = 5$US SOLD!

Saddles
Vintage 70s Cinelli Unicantor saddle (shows some wear, slight rust on rails) = 50$US SOLD!
Selle San Marco Rolls with shiny rails = 50$US SOLD!
Selle San Marco Rolls with less shiny rails = 40$US SOLD!
Selle Italia Flite (like new, modern version with two red stripes) = 90$US
Selle Italia Flite Gel Ti = 70$US
Selle Italia Turbo White (show some wear, no tears, some rust on the rails) = 30$US SOLD!
Selle Italia X2 = 25$US

Wheelsets
Mavic Open Pro with Shimano 105 hubs, 10sp Ultegra cassette and Vittoria Open Corsa Evo-CX 23c tires (front tire has a small puncture but is still usable) = 180$US SOLD!
Fulcrum Racing 6 with Specialized Turbo Pro 23c tires (like new, barely used) = 180$US
Shimano 600 tricolor wheelset with 7-speed Shimano 600 cassette (126mm rear spacing) = 120$US SOLD!
Wolber Profil 20 tubular wheels with campy-ready freehub body and campy quick releases (front hub is campy and rear hub is unknown, will need some cleaning before putting some new tires) = 70$US

Handlebars
Ritchey Comp Logic Curve 42mm (ctc) compact handlebar ⌀31,8 mm = 10$US
VNT Elements 42mm (ctc) compact handlebar ⌀31,8 mm (bigger drop than the others) = 10$US
Unknown lightweight 42mm (ctc) compact handlebar ⌀26,0 mm = 10$US

Free stuff
Cateye bottle cage = FREE
Old chain (supposed to work with campy stuff, poor condition) = FREE GONE!




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Old 05-30-20, 01:08 PM
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sent pm on the following jpegs for information
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1 View Post
sent pm on the following jpegs for information
1678
1691
1693
1695
1760
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Hey Ben,

1678: axle length of the campy BB seems to be 111mm. shell is 70mm.
1691: Campy FD is 20$.
1693: they were sold yesterday.
1695: them too.
1760: the white Turbo saddle has some scuffs, but no tears.

Hope this answers all your questions!
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Originally Posted by Mushrooom View Post
Hey Ben,

1678: axle length of the campy BB seems to be 111mm. shell is 70mm.
1691: Campy FD is 20$.
1693: they were sold yesterday.
1695: them too.
1760: the white Turbo saddle has some scuffs, but no tears.

Hope this answers all your questions!
Sorry I missed the other parts....I will pass thanks
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I did not even know Campagnolo made plastic brake levers...
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Originally Posted by repechage View Post
I did not even know Campagnolo made plastic brake levers...
I was surprised too, but they did! They are made of "resin polymers"...
Campagnolo - Xenon scan 4
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Originally Posted by Mushrooom View Post
I was surprised too, but they did! They are made of "resin polymers"...
Campagnolo - Xenon scan 4

Back when I worked in a shop and people looked at the pedals and asked if they were plastic my reply was “No they are a high impact nylon resin”. LOL. A rose by any other name right?
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I'm interested in the pedals
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What is the BCD on the Campy crank?
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize View Post
What is the BCD on the Campy crank?
Looks like it's 80mm (center to center). First time measuring BCD, hope I'm doing it right.
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Originally Posted by robertorolfo View Post
I'm interested in the pedals
Pedals are on hold for the moment.
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Originally Posted by robertorolfo View Post
I'm interested in the pedals
Sorry, I mean the Campagnolo pedals are on hold. Other pedals are still available.
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Originally Posted by Mushrooom View Post
Sorry, I mean the Campagnolo pedals are on hold. Other pedals are still available.
Ok, no worries. How about the Chorus BB?
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Originally Posted by robertorolfo View Post
Ok, no worries. How about the Chorus BB?
​​​​​​​Still available!
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Originally Posted by repechage View Post
I did not even know Campagnolo made plastic brake levers...
The weird part (and can't help the puns) is that apparently they save very little weight. Very awkward looking too. Short and thick, front to back, (they read lke stubby fingers). I have a set I've never mounted, I nave not.found a bike I was sufficiently disappointed in to put them on... Looks like the Xenon calipers were Campy's nod towards deep aero proportions, fromt to back
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Updated the list with revised prices on the Campy RD and other parts, including all wheelsets and handlebars.
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Some extra photos of the white Selle Italia Turbo saddle:

https://ibb.co/WVPdn73
https://ibb.co/t2VQvbY
https://ibb.co/tDBL9pt
https://ibb.co/dPT3dW1
https://ibb.co/HNyn6vr
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Zeus crankset

I'm interested in the Zeus 170mm crankset 53/42, any pics?
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Originally Posted by Ocelotl View Post
I'm interested in the Zeus 170mm crankset 53/42, any pics?
Hey there, sorry for the late reply! Here you go!

https://ibb.co/fGfC7tc
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I'll take it. messaging you.
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