Jerry: For a 1958-1977 (i.e. "large bump") Record crank, use a BRS13R. 113mm, +5 offset. For a 1977-1987 (aka "small bump") Record crank, you'd want a BRS16. 116mm, +5 offset. For any vintage Record triple, use a BRS19. 119mm, +4 offset. These are all the "classic" Stainless steel & alloy ones that I'm quoting here, Ti & Magnium numbers would be different. Bicycle Classics stocks all three of these BBs - $109 complete with BSC or Italian-threaded rings, $129 with French or Swiss rings. Not sure about which BB fits those newer-fangled Campgranola cranks. ;-) Phil Makes a total of 23 different (Production) Stainless spindles, of which seven have offset. The rest are symmetrical. Regards, Greg Phil Parker Dexter, Michigan
Date: Wed, Aug 2004 03:00:03 -0700 (PDT) From: Jerome & Elizabeth Moos <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org Subject: [CR]Questions for the List: Phil BB's and Brooks Team Pro
<snip> Second, what is the proper axle length of the Phil Wood BB for Campy NR? For C-Record? For modern Campy? Do the Phil "Campy" models just have more offset to the right than "regular" Phils, or is the taper angle different as well?