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ISO/WTB Campy Strada Triple Crankset 170+

Old 09-17-21, 01:02 PM
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ISO/WTB Campy Strada Triple Crankset 170+

Hello! I am ISO/WTB Campagnolo Strada triple crankset that would have originally been spec'd on a 70's era Schwinn Paramount P15-9. Looking for at least 170mm, but would take just about anything. I know this is gonna cost me, but I thought I'd check with BF. Bonus points for matching English BB. Thanks!

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That one in the photo may be an original, but it is apparently relatively easy to drill and tap the cranks. At least worth considering.
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That one in the photo may be an original, but it is apparently relatively easy to drill and tap the cranks. At least worth considering.
Ya still gotta find the bolts or cobble it together, that can be the really fun part.

Last time I looked into it an original set, it was going to be $150.

And yes you can do it from McMaster Carr, but its a kludge and not a good proper setup like it needs to be.
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Originally Posted by merziac View Post
Last time I looked into it an original set, it was going to be $150.
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Originally Posted by jrg1244 View Post
Hello! I am ISO/WTB Campagnolo Strada triple crankset that would have originally been spec'd on a 70's era Schwinn Paramount P15-9. Looking for at least 170mm, but would take just about anything. I know this is gonna cost me, but I thought I'd check with BF. Bonus points for matching English BB. Thanks!

If your main concern is function, get a regular Strada double crank and a Red Clover triplizer. They work great, they look good, and they let you use 74mm bcd chainrings, which are easy to find and let you get significantly smaller inner chainwheels (down to at least 24 teeth) than with the original Campy triple (most were 36 teeth, though you may have been able to go a little smaller, but not much). I have this set up on one of my bikes with 52/42/28 chainwheels, and it works great.

If you are interested in going full-on period accurate, that's a different story. I'm not suggesting you should not go period accurate, just offering up an alternative you may or may not have thought of.

Good luck.
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I have one to spare with English x3 BB. PM on the way...
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