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Freewheel threads 35 mm X 24 tpi, Italian threads

Old 01-17-10, 09:53 AM
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Freewheel threads 35 mm X 24 tpi, Italian threads, help needed.

Hi,

I hav not posted here for a long time but Im back on the saddle again :-)

I have a beautiful set of hubs, Campagnolo Record high flange hubs. The rearhub has italian threads, 35 mm X 24 tpi. I have had them for some years now unused in original box. I have now decided to put them to use and have just built them into two nice wheels for my 1977 racer.

The thing is I do not longer remember how to se if a freewheel has Italian threads or not. I have one that I think has the right threading but I want to be sure before fitting the freewheel to the hub.

The freewheel is a Regina Corsa 5-speed and the only marking I can see is "2 ITALY 79".

Can anyone out there tell if this indeed is a Italian threaded freewheel?

Thanks
Anders


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Old 01-17-10, 11:07 AM
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Regina freewheels are marked on the back of the body, if they are non-Italian. One groove or "FI" stamps indicates English threading. Two grooves or "FF" stamp indicates Fench threading. No grooves or stamping on the back indicates Italian threading.
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According to your info this must be a italian threaded freewheel.
Thanks T-Mar!
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