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Nuovo Record Road vs Pista Crankset

Old 09-12-18, 06:04 AM
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Nuovo Record Road vs Pista Crankset

Good Morning! Anyone know what the difference is between the campagnolo strada and pista crankset other than the 1/8 chainring? I know the spider underside is smooth and not ribbed for the second ring. Other than that?

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Old 09-12-18, 08:25 AM
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there is years of difference

You got an older one (pre 67) from the appearance.. a 151 bcd, vs the later 144, to present..

which has become the current track crank typical bcd..
[42 t and larger,] (151 cant take a 42t)





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The pictures are from an old auction on ebay. I believe the auction said it was 144 bcd. But the reason I wonder is I bought a track frame with a campy headset/bottom bracket yesterday and it needs a crankset. Are the crank arms the same do you think? Can I use a Nuovo Record with a short BB on a track frame? I've only dealt with NR doubles...
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Not another Brakeless Street Fixie?

Dura Ace Track Uses a 144 bolt circle too.. and Sugino

you can try it..

you can find people posting PDF copies of old Campag parts catalogs, online, too..
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Originally Posted by xetaprime View Post
the reason I wonder is I bought a track frame with a campy headset/bottom bracket yesterday and it needs a crankset. Are the crank arms the same do you think? Can I use a Nuovo Record with a short BB on a track frame? I've only dealt with NR doubles...
Record road and track crank arms are made from the same forgings; they're just machined differently after they're forged.

You can use a single ring mounted on the outer position on a road arm with a track bottom bracket, provided the mounting plateau for the inner ring clears the chainstay. If it doesn't, either use a longer spindle or file off the inner ring plateau to get the clearance. If you need to mount a second, inner ring, you'll likely need a longer spindle.
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Thanks. They looked the same but wasn't sure. I'm not opposed to filing off the ridges. I that wrong of me
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I that photo I think I see the typical stress riser crack already forming at the junction of the spider and the arm.

Mine had those and I took a chainsaw file to it to remove the crack and enlarge the radius of the junction. Then I polished the area. That was 4 years ago. Cracks haven't come back yet.
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