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Old 11-24-19, 10:53 PM
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Identify partial Campy group set?

Hi. This is a CL sale; Seller claims its Campy Record but I'm not sure. The FD is Chorus but not sure about the Cranks. I am going to do more searching via Ebay.
Can anyone identify if the cranks are indeed Record? The seller has other components for sale; but seems like a mixed set.
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Cranks are Corsa Record aka C-Record. (Although after a while they dropped the C and they just became Record.)

http://velobase.com/ViewComponent.as...=115&AbsPos=13

Hard to see the derailleurs, I'd take a guess at 8 speed Chorus or Record - to be honest there wasn't much different between the two during that era - Athena also looked similar.

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Originally Posted by P!N20 View Post
Cranks are Corsa Record aka C-Record. (Although after a while they dropped the C and they just became Record.)

VeloBase.com - Component: Campagnolo C-Record (1987-1994)

Hard to see the derailleurs, I'd take a guess at 8 speed Chorus or Record - to be honest there wasn't much different between the two during that era - Athena also looked similar.
Thanks for info. Seller also has 8sp (?) Record Ergos, and brake calipers. Could be a good deal if he'll package the cranks, FD, RD, BB, brakes and shifters.
I think I'll do some more research on the going values for this group set.
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8s Ergos are great. You can run the whole setup with Shimano 7 speed hub/cassettes (Campy 8s gears are tougher to source). Google "Shimergo."
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The easy way to ID those Campy cranks is there are only 4 visible chainring bolts. The fifth screws in from behind the crank arm. Also they take different chainrings than the other sets because of the bolt alignment.

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Also they take different chainrings than the other sets because of the bolt alignment.
No they don’t. 135 BCD is all they require.
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8s Ergos are great. You can run the whole setup with Shimano 7 speed hub/cassettes (Campy 8s gears are tougher to source). Google "Shimergo."
Hmm. Interesting. I think I'll make an offer. Compents have been for sale for weeks on CL
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Yes Record cranks with the 5th arm of the spider “hidden” behind the crank arm. Ergo or downtube shifters, either way, very nice groupset. I’ve never tried the 7 speed Shimano angle and use 8 speed Campy cassettes. Wheels manufacturing makes spacers so that you can use 8 speed Shimano cassettes and free hubs. The only challenge with the Campy 8 speed is that not all Campy cassettes work on every 8 speed freehub. Plenty of good info on that here and Branford bike site. Look up “Exa Drive” to get you started.
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