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Old 07-11-22, 08:58 AM
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Campy Superleggero seatpost 26.8

Campagnolo Superleggero seatpost in 26.8. Lighter and earlier than 1st gen Super Record. Very nice condition with just minor scratching. If I had a 26.8 bike I'd be keeping it!
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Old 07-11-22, 10:40 AM
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Is this different from the Record model?
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Old 07-11-22, 11:40 AM
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kroozer Yes - note the drilled center of the cradle pivot and the decreasing, bevelled diameter of the post as it transitions to the unpolished top. The wall thickness of the post may also be thinner than the Record model.
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kroozer Yes - note the drilled center of the cradle pivot and the decreasing, bevelled diameter of the post as it transitions to the unpolished top. The wall thickness of the post may also be thinner than the Record model.
Exactly right. About 10g lighter than stock Record. Ideal for a 70's weight weenie build. have one on my '73 Colnago.
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OK, pretty cool. Seems like a lot of work for 10 grams, though-- I could fart and drop more than that.
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Originally Posted by kroozer View Post
OK, pretty cool. Seems like a lot of work for 10 grams, though-- I could fart and drop more than that.
...plus the effect of propulsion I’d imagine.

Nice looking seatpost. Pretty unusual I’d imagine.
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Bump, and price unbump.
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