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Are Triomphe and Super Record Jockey Wheels the Same?

Old 02-06-17, 01:49 PM
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Are Triomphe and Super Record Jockey Wheels the Same?

Hi folks

Trimophe and SR RDs in the photos. I am in need of jockey wheels for another SR RD I have and was thinking of taking them from the Triomphe RD. Are they the same?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-06-17, 02:23 PM
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They look the same. If they fit, you're good.
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Yes, the same. In fact, someone probably replaced the ones in the Triomphe - at that stage, they were a lighter gray than the NR/SR jockey wheels. Have at it

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Same part # 0010/03 in Campy Catalog 18 and 18 bis
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I believe Triomphe jockey wheels are the same black as other Campy mechs. Victory are light gray. Right?
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Per VeloBase, the SR and NR all had black wheels, the first examples of the Triomphe had the same black wheels, the 3 and S3 versions had the light gray wheels.

All of the Victory models are shown as having the light colored wheels.

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Just a Q on the actual doing of this.

Is it just a matter of removing the central screw and swapping the wheels over? No surprises in store or things I need to know?
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Originally Posted by qcpmsame View Post
Per VeloBase, the SR and NR all had black wheels, the first examples of the Triomphe had the same black wheels, the 3 and S3 versions had the light gray wheels.

All of the Victory models are shown as having the light colored wheels.

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Yes to confirm, I'm pretty sure the Triomphe RD in the photo is first/early generation of the type.
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