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Old 02-16-21, 12:45 PM
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Thanks Your reply/comments: I did see a Gnutti Advert somewhere that showed Gnutti Low Flange Hubs but stated they also provided Hi Flange Hubs.
These Hubs are made in the same way as early Campy hubs with Chromed Steel centre Section with Pressed on Alloy Flanges though not to same quality of finish.
The centre sections are stamped 'Made in Italy' but no Gnutti name on them that I can find.
I still believe these to be Gnutti but if anyone can prove me wrong I will accept it.
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