Re: [Classicrendezvous] Campag SR Rear Derailleur


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Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 11:32:09 -0800
From: Marc Boral <mbikealive@earthlink.net>
CC: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [Classicrendezvous] Campag SR Rear Derailleur
References: <OFBCB2A657.5D979CB4-ON85256998.0044EA29@d-fd.com>


Hi Robert,

Good questions. I have seen SR w/alum. hanger & pivot bolts in r. der. with PAT. years 77,78,79. I wouldn't have included '79 a month ago. But saw my first '79 w/alum. just that recently. 1978 seemed to be the year that all SR r. der. came with alum. I have also seen examples of '77 & '79 w/Ti. 1981 was the first year of the new steel spindles (pins). Yes, brass ferrules were still used, even though that catalog #18 does not show the ferrule. Actually, in cat. #18, you can see the ferrule still in the front arm. They forgot to pull it out and assign it part # 82/A, as done in all the previous catalogs. Another oversight amongst many, in the scrutiny of Campy catalogs.

Marc Boral

bert_S_Benson@d-fd.com wrote:
> I have a Campagnolo Super Record rear derailleur Patent 78,
> 2nd generation, which has aluminum alloy upper pivot bolt and
> gear spring bolt. It also has Super Record engraved in the back
> of the inner parallelogram arm, and solid pivot pins. My question
> is how long were the alloy bolts supplied before going back
> to titanium as was spec'd on the original Super Record, and when
> were the solid pivot pins replaced with the hollow end rivet
> looking pins? The next earliest date I have on a SR is patent 82,
> and it has titanium bolts and rivet looking pins, which appear to be
> stainless steel as opposed to alloy for the solid pins. Also, when
> the pins changed, were the brass ferrules inside the pivot still
> used?
>
> Thanks for info,
> Steve Benson
> Charlotte, NC