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Old 04-17-20, 03:57 PM
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I'm 99.99 sure these are SR

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These came a few days ago, but I've been to busy to even open the box, so this is a sellers pic. Anyone here from Coopertown PA? I am hoping I can use these to put a pair of 'shorty' fenders on my Ugly Betty. If successful I'll end up selling the levers if itr is a failure I'll be selling the whole set.

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Originally Posted by malcala622
I'm 99.99 sure these are SR

Isn't that truncated cone nut indicative of the last version of SR? Theyt are only chrome ones but if you need bock holders I have a nice set of Gipiemme ones somewhere.
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Brake cables. Finally can put the Mixte together.
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Originally Posted by malcala622
I'm 99.99 sure these are SR

Pedantically, the calipers are "Record;" only the lever blades distinguish Super Record. 2nnn part numbers are Record, 4nnn part numbers are Super Record:

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Originally Posted by JohnDThompson
Pedantically, the calipers are "Record;" only the lever blades distinguish Super Record. 2nnn part numbers are Record, 4nnn part numbers are Super Record:



I thought there was a SR version with alloy holders? Or or was that Corse Record and the truncated cap nut means Malcala622's brakes are then Corse Record?

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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I thought there was a SR version with alloy holders?
I thought so as well. The parts illustration above is from Catalog 18, which I think is the final catalog in which Super Record (as we know it) was listed, and no separate Super Record holder is listed. So either they all used the aluminum holder by then, or Campagnolo didn't bother to list it in the catalog.
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Thanks everyone. Record or SR got them at a deal. Just gotta hunt down pads/holders now.
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He shoots... He scores!!! Dura-Ace 7703 GS in pristine condition.



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New old stock Dura Ace 7400 pedals and toe clips w/ Christophe straps.

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^Ohhhh, those look nice.

I got something with a bit more patina...a pair of Record calipers for my Cilo. Thanks @jeirvine!

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Originally Posted by gaucho777
^Ohhhh, those look nice.

I got something with a bit more patina...a pair of Record calipers for my Cilo. Thanks @jeirvine!

That was quick. Looking forward to the "after" pics.
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A vinyl reproduction Koga-Miyata head badge.
Forgot to check the size before ordering though...




The original badge was black with silver lines on the raised edges.

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Originally Posted by JaccoW
A vinyl reproduction Koga-Miyata head badge.
Forgot to check the size before ordering though...




The original badge was black with silver lines on the raised edges.
No way I would change that badge, I know its a bit ratty but I would find an artisan to refresh it.
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^+1, keep the original badge!
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Originally Posted by merziac
No way I would change that badge, I know its a bit ratty but I would find an artisan to refresh it.
Any suggestions? How would one go about that?

It is plastic. I would love a 3D printed brass version of it but I don't know of any people who could do that. Besides what Gugie once did for his own bike.

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I saw an ad yesterday for "road bike parts and tools $45" on Marketplace. Four pictures. I offered the guy $15 extra to put it all in the mail, after confirming that it was one lot. He shipped priority overnight, so it showed up first thing this morning, and postage was $21 instead of the flat rate. Good stuff. Of course, I just removed the fixed cup of the Guerciotti with an adjustable wrench... but I'll use the Park Tool to put it back on! I haven't sorted everything yet, but there's a bunch of used but good condition Campagnolo parts. Headset. NOS Stronglight replacement roller bearings, Victory RD, probably Victory brake levers with good hoods, Park pedal wrench, a few freewheel removers, assorted other things. I haven't done a full inventory yet.
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Originally Posted by JaccoW
Any suggestions? How would one go about that?

It is plastic. I would love a 3D printed brass version of it but I don't know of any people who could do that. Besides what Gugie once did for his own bike.
Google custom bicycle headbadge, several come up and most are not cheap but you never know. You should be able to find a jewelry maker/painter/artist maybe at a open space/market/art district, although not now for the mess we're in.
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Used, but very nice.

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^^^^^ WOW! that pile is MUCH nicer than the pair of Continental Grand Prix 5000 that showed up at my house from the UK toaday.
The Probikekit deal that squirtdad posted? My Vittoria Corsa Control G+'s showed up yesterday. I have two sets of tubulars to glue on shortly, although I may wait for the truing stand to double check all my rims before gluing.
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A Ksyrium Elite front wheel to match a rear wheel that I have on my Look 585.
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I saw an ad yesterday for "road bike parts and tools $45" on Marketplace. Four pictures. I offered the guy $15 extra to put it all in the mail, after confirming that it was one lot. He shipped priority overnight, so it showed up first thing this morning, and postage was $21 instead of the flat rate. Good stuff. Of course, I just removed the fixed cup of the Guerciotti with an adjustable wrench... but I'll use the Park Tool to put it back on! I haven't sorted everything yet, but there's a bunch of used but good condition Campagnolo parts. Headset. NOS Stronglight replacement roller bearings, Victory RD, probably Victory brake levers with good hoods, Park pedal wrench, a few freewheel removers, assorted other things. I haven't done a full inventory yet.
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I saw an ad yesterday for "road bike parts and tools $45" on Marketplace. Four pictures. I offered the guy $15 extra to put it all in the mail, after confirming that it was one lot. He shipped priority overnight, so it showed up first thing this morning, and postage was $21 instead of the flat rate. Good stuff. Of course, I just removed the fixed cup of the Guerciotti with an adjustable wrench... but I'll use the Park Tool to put it back on! I haven't sorted everything yet, but there's a bunch of used but good condition Campagnolo parts. Headset. NOS Stronglight replacement roller bearings, Victory RD, probably Victory brake levers with good hoods, Park pedal wrench, a few freewheel removers, assorted other things. I haven't done a full inventory yet.
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Man! I love mystery boxes of parts! Great score!
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Originally Posted by rocks in head
I saw an ad yesterday for "road bike parts and tools $45" on Marketplace. Four pictures. I offered the guy $15 extra to put it all in the mail, after confirming that it was one lot. He shipped priority overnight, so it showed up first thing this morning, and postage was $21 instead of the flat rate. Good stuff. Of course, I just removed the fixed cup of the Guerciotti with an adjustable wrench... but I'll use the Park Tool to put it back on! I haven't sorted everything yet, but there's a bunch of used but good condition Campagnolo parts. Headset. NOS Stronglight replacement roller bearings, Victory RD, probably Victory brake levers with good hoods, Park pedal wrench, a few freewheel removers, assorted other things. I haven't done a full inventory yet.
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used to have that 2 sided pedal wrench back in the day. It was my special cheater bar!
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