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Which Campagnolo record hubs are these?

Old 08-01-17, 04:55 AM
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Which Campagnolo record hubs are these?

So I bought two bikes yesterday. And one comes with camagnolo record hubs. As always with campy stuff they don´t mark them with model nr like shimano does.

1. So im a bit curios about these hubs. Am I understanding it correctly that this era of record did not have super record, only record and "titanium record"?

2. How do I tell which ones these hubs are?

3. I also put a picture of a record brake which I would like to get identified

(the rear hub takes a 10 speed cassette, if that helps)

Here is a photo album of the parts:
https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B0Q5n8hH4iHcJa
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Based on the calipers and hubs, this would appear to be circa 2001-2004 Record. The Super Record name was last used circa 1987. Record Titanium was late 1990s, though that name only appeared on the rear derailleurs (and some Ergopower levers) but the official group name was just Record.
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Based on the calipers and hubs, this would appear to be circa 2001-2004 Record. The Super Record name was last used circa 1987. Record Titanium was late 1990s, though that name only appeared on the rear derailleurs (and some Ergopower levers) but the official group name was just Record.
Ok. Thanks.

But do you, or any one else know how to tell the titanium version from the standard versions of the hubs?
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Originally Posted by Wressen View Post
Ok. Thanks.

But do you, or any one else know how to tell the titanium version from the standard versions of the hubs?
There is only one version of the hubs. In 2007 they changed to black. They were essential the same from ~1999-2006. Record was Record, as far as the hubs go.
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But there are these: VeloBase.com - Component: Campagnolo Record Exa-Drive 9-speed
and these which says titanium on the box: VeloBase.com - Component: Campagnolo Record Titanium, Record
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The record ti did not have "oversized" axles.
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Campagnolo late model Record Hubs

Those Record Hubs was probably the last batch produce with the anodized coating. On Ebay I've seen those hubs go for over $300 auction and $500 BIN. If lased to a good set of rims, over $700. I have a pair and won't give them up, too nice in appearance and spins silky smoooooth! They'er on my Cinelli SC and really look spectacular!
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So I bought two bikes yesterday. And one comes with camagnolo record hubs. As always with campy stuff they don´t mark them with model nr like shimano does.

1. So im a bit curios about these hubs. Am I understanding it correctly that this era of record did not have super record, only record and "titanium record"?

2. How do I tell which ones these hubs are?

3. I also put a picture of a record brake which I would like to get identified

(the rear hub takes a 10 speed cassette, if that helps)

Here is a photo album of the parts:
https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B0Q5n8hH4iHcJa
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