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(Still) looking for Triomphe left arm

Old 11-28-21, 04:49 AM
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(Still) looking for Triomphe left arm

must be Triomphe to
a) match; and
b) be removable with RH tool (Victory has integral LH remover).

... is last piece necessary to complete a project bike ...
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Old 11-28-21, 06:07 AM
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@verktyg says that these are Triomphe
is that what you are looking for?

Take a look at this thread:
FS: Campy Crankset 170mm

More specifically here:
FS: Campy Crankset 170mm - pedal thread damage
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... be removable with RH tool (Victory has integral LH remover).
I have at least 6 Victory cranks and only one has a LH thread self extractor.

I like these cranks (Triomphe too) because I can use a chainring as small as 35T plus they have a handsome look unlike the much copied Record/Nuovo Record/Super Record design that goes back to 1958!




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