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Old 04-03-22, 12:19 PM
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FS: Campy brakes & levers Delta etc.

*** ALL SOLD ***

overall condition of all is EXC + / - happy to post or email more pix on request. add postage.
please see my WTB posting(s)
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Delta pair $300 new set of pads and extra wheel guides included. *** reduced to $250 *** SOLD***
levers $75 / pr. *** SOLD ***
other brakes (complete) C-Record ? $100 *** SOLD ***
" " absent shoes but mount hardware included $50 *** SOLD ***









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PM incoming on levers

PM incoming on levers, thanks
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How many pivots on the Deltas?
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How many pivots on the Deltas?
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Yours are three pivot. Good luck with the sale. Bump to the top.

These are 5 pivot

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@ nomadmax thanks for clarifying.
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Originally Posted by zephyrblau View Post
overall condition of all is EXC + / - happy to post or email more pix on request. add postage.
please see my WTB posting(s)
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Delta pair $300 new set of pads and extra wheel guides included. *** reduced to $250 ***
levers $75 / pr. *** SOLD ***
other brakes (complete) C-Record ? $100 *** reduced to $80 ***
" " absent shoes but mount hardware included $50 *** I may have a set of shoes for these... please standby ***



Are these the “Power Grade” lever with the adjustment hole? If so you should have kept them paired with the Deltas.


These appear to the original Chorus Monoplanor brakes. It appears to me the earliest ones had a smoother transition from the arch of the arm to the pad mounting area. Later models seemed to have a thicker pad mounting area and sharper outline for them. Also early designs used the traditional jam nut and cone nut for assembly and adjusting, this was revised and made much cheaper looking until that ugly chrome plated plastic cap used on the last Mirage and Avanti models.




These are the original Athena but I’m not certain whether this design ever trickled down to the lower groups introduced in the mid ‘90s




The Monoplanors are tempting.
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@Bianchigirll thanks for the comments / clarifications.
all of the above was destined for a 90s era Eddy project several years ago but before that could get off the ground a '73 Colnago in Molteni colors fell into my lap and the rest, as they say, is history. (I'm more of a late 50s to mid-70s kinda guy anyway)
the levers did not have the internal mechanism for releasing the wheel (so I'm told) otherwise, as you rightfully point out, I would have keep them together.
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Originally Posted by zephyrblau View Post
@Bianchigirll thanks for the comments / clarifications.
all of the above was destined for a 90s era Eddy project several years ago but before that could get off the ground a '73 Colnago in Molteni colors fell into my lap and the rest, as they say, is history. (I'm more of a late 50s to mid-70s kinda guy anyway)
the levers did not have the internal mechanism for releasing the wheel (so I'm told) otherwise, as you rightfully point out, I would have keep them together.
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You're Welcome Actually after I posted I realized tyhe levers didn't have the QR button so that would make the the earl C-Rec when the QR was part of the Delta and then the Colbalto
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Old 04-14-22, 11:28 AM
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