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Ältere Campagnolo Schnellspanner: Was ist kompatibel?

Old 02-20-19, 02:15 PM
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Older Campagnolo quick release: What is compatible?

Hello. I've only been here recently and probably do not know this and that custom yet.

My concern:
I have two identical Campagnolo (front / presumably Chorus) quick release and would like to make a pair out of it.
For this I need a dispenser quick release, whereby the thread rod must be compatible.
I have no idea in how far Campa quick release are identical to each other and therefore just ask for advice.


Here are the quick releases:


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Old 02-20-19, 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by TheGreenClover View Post
Hallo. Bin erst seit kurzem hier und kenne vermutlich diese und jene Gepflogenheit noch nicht.

Mein Anliegen:
Ich habe zwei identische Campagnolo (vorne / vermutlich Chorus) Schnellspanner und würde gerne daraus ein Paar machen.
Dazu benötige ich einen Spender-Schnellspanner, wobei die Gewinde-Stange kompatibel sein muss.
Ich habe keine Ahnung, in wie fern Campa-Schnellspanner zueinander baugleich sind und frage daher einfach mal um Rat.


Hier die besagten Schnellspanner:
Older Campagnolo quick release: What is compatible?

Hello. I've only been here recently and probably do not know this and that custom yet.

My concern:
I have two identical Campagnolo (front / presumably Chorus) quick release and would like to make a pair out of it.
For this I need a dispenser quick release, whereby the thread rod must be compatible.
I have no idea in how far Campa quick release are identical to each other and therefore just ask for advice.


Here are the quick releases:
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Old 02-20-19, 06:00 PM
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So you want to get a rear axle rod to make a pair?



I'm not sure how compatible the rods are - there will be a few different lengths (5 speed:120 - 6/7 speed: 126 - 8 speed: 130)

If I were you I'd just keep my eye out for some matching rears.
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Originally Posted by TheGreenClover View Post
Hello. I've only been here recently and probably do not know this and that custom yet.

My concern:
I have two identical Campagnolo (front / presumably Chorus) quick release and would like to make a pair out of it.
For this I need a dispenser donor quick release, whereby the thread rod must be compatible.
I have no idea in how far to what extent Campa quick release are identical to each other and therefore just ask for advice.
Machine translation? Not bad, considering.
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Old 02-20-19, 07:22 PM
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Consult the Campagnolo parts catalogs. This looks ~2000ish. The rods are listed separately from the heads and possibly available as spare parts.
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Old 02-21-19, 02:59 AM
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Thanks a bunch!

I could not find those as a spare part so far, at least not for sale. But I´m not in a hurry. I will just look out for some similar skewers, perhaps scratched ones. This will also be the cheapest solution I suppose.
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Here is what I found so far. (early 2000s campa catalogs) Now I know for sure that mine are chorus and it seems that there is a chance they use similar rods as Centaur or Verloce too.



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