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Old 07-05-19, 08:09 PM
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WTB: French thread drive-side BB cup only

I am seeking a French thread drive-side cup for a Campy bottom bracket. Please see the photos of what I have. I'm not knowledgable enough about BB cups to know if the axle shape matters, so I just added photos of what I have.
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It looks like you need a thin (non-rifled) cup. What is stamped on the spindle?
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It looks like you need a thin (non-rifled) cup. What is stamped on the spindle?
Campagnolo, 68-SS-120, "X3-Z"
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That's a triple spindle, which uses thin cups. A rifled fixed cup would work, but will shift the spindle to the left a bit and cause the adjustable cup to protrude beyond the lock ring. However, a spacer behind the rifled fixed cup would remedy this. A Stronglight or TA fixed cup would also probably work, as their spindles have about the same bearing spacing as thin cup Campagnolo. I don't have a spare thin French fixed cup, but if you don't need the X3 spindle I would trade you a complete French Campagnolo Nuovo Record bottom bracket for it. I also have a spare French rifled cup if you want to go that route.
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