Campag experts - parts identification please

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Chris Jeggo
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Re: Campag experts - parts identification please

Postby Chris Jeggo » 27 Apr 2020, 10:05am

Mark S wrote:There’s a Campag archive on retrobike ...

Thanks, Mark

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Re: Campag experts - parts identification please

Postby De Sisti » 27 Apr 2020, 11:42am

Chris Jeggo wrote:I would be grateful if you could name the models of the following gear mechs and levers - all believed to be ca 1991.
Also, some of you probably trade on eBay, or at jumbles, much more than I do. If you would care to suggest how much I might sell them for I would be grateful. I think they have had only a couple of thousand miles of use.
DSC08946_rear_mech_front.JPGDSC08947_rear_mech_back.JPGDSC08944_front_mech_front.JPGDSC08945_front_mech_top.JPGDSC08948_gear_levers.JPG

Have you sold any of the stuff yet?

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Re: Campag experts - parts identification please

Postby De Sisti » 27 Apr 2020, 11:43am

foxyrider wrote:Agree with Brucey - FD looks identical to the Record i have floating about somewhere.

At the cycle jumble at York Rally last year there were a lot of similar vintage Campag mechs on offer in the £30-£40 region - the caveat with that is that they weren't selling so clearly overpriced which is often the case on Ebay too.

Is the Record front mech for sale, if so, what size is it?

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Re: Campag experts - parts identification please

Postby Chris Jeggo » 27 Apr 2020, 12:43pm

De Sisti wrote:Have you sold any of the stuff yet?

The gear mechs have already gone. What is available can be seen at http://www.jeggo.org.uk/bike_parts/.