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ISO: C-Record FD (braze on) and 111mm Campagnolo bottom bracket (Italian)

Old 06-29-20, 01:32 PM
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ISO: C-Record FD (braze on) and 111mm Campagnolo bottom bracket (Italian)

I'm anticipating a build up of the De Rosa Brewsmith sent me. I'll have a two-week quarantine after traveling, as mandated by the state so will have plenty of time.

In search of a front derailleur and bottom bracket for the build.

Front derailleur: Need a Campagnolo braze-on from late 80's to early 90's, preferably Record or Chorus. Ergopower brifters will be pushing a double, trying to match it to the rest of the group which is C Record of the same tiers. Acquired!

Bottom bracket: Need a 70mm Italian-threaded with a 111mm axle, specifically Campagnolo taper to match my C-Record crankset. From cursory research I've found that some 80s/90s Pista BBs came in this size, as did Veloce and Centaur later on. Phil also made one. Found one as well

PM me if you have something that might fill the need, and let me know how many clams its worth to ya.

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Old 06-29-20, 03:44 PM
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Pretty sure I have a C-Record FD, and BB. I will need to dig...

Edit: My spare C-Record BBs are English. But I do have a front braze-on derailleur. PM me an email and I'll send pics.
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jeirvine Great, I'll PM you. Thanks.
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I thought I had a BB too but it is also BSC threads. It's a 111 spindle on a cartridge BB though so if you can find Italian cups.....anyway, good luck with your build.
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I thought I had a BB too but it is also BSC threads. It's a 111 spindle on a cartridge BB though so if you can find Italian cups.....anyway, good luck with your build.
Hm, thanks for offering it up. If nothing materializes soon, I'll see if I can find some cups. The hunt continues...
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Not sure about C-record but Chorus and Croce BBs from late 80s/early 90s and perhaps later should be 111mm. Can check the Disraeli Gears documents, I think the BB or crank detail page shows this depending on year. Grabbed a good condition Croce from Romania off eBay for a very reasonable price recently. Unfortunately it took like 45 days to get here as there was a Covid embargo and no shipment from there to USA for like over a month! Think I just searched Campagnolo 111 or something simple. Good luck!
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Originally Posted by AJI125 View Post
Not sure about C-record but Chorus and Croce BBs from late 80s/early 90s and perhaps later should be 111mm. Can check the Disraeli Gears documents, I think the BB or crank detail page shows this depending on year. Grabbed a good condition Croce from Romania off eBay for a very reasonable price recently. Unfortunately it took like 45 days to get here as there was a Covid embargo and no shipment from there to USA for like over a month! Think I just searched Campagnolo 111 or something simple. Good luck!
Thanks, that helps. Part of the issue with these generations of Campy parts is that they are poorly marked, so either a seller knows what they have and charges out the nose for it, or doesn't know what they have and then it's on the buyer to take a gamble trying to ID the parts. Figured I'd see what folks on the forum might have in their parts bins.
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You can tell by the spindle markings. I've grabbed some cheap C-Record BBs from eBay by spying them:
Spc -- ≻ c-record
Ssa -- ≻ croce d'aune
Ssb -- ≻ chorus
Ssg -- ≻ athena
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