[CR]Re: Campagnolo High Flange Hubs without Slots


Example: Framebuilding:Restoration

From: <velorosso@charter.net>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2004 11:17:33 -0800
Subject: [CR]Re: Campagnolo High Flange Hubs without Slots

I have a pair of wheels with hubs looking very similar, no obvious marking on the hubs. Mine lack the neat World Championship stripes. Upon showing them around, speculation is they are Miche, Sunshine or Sansin hubs.

No matter their provenance, I think they look cool! Nice satin finish for a more moderne application. These came off an early 1980's Colnago Super fixie conversion.

Wayne wrote:

I have a set of hubs that are remarkably similar, and I have never been able to identify the maker. I bought these as a wheelset long ago. They were laced to some pretty trashed tubular rims, but I don't remember the brand. I rebuilt them and laced them to some contemporary Mavic clincher rims for my Rickert fixed gear road bike. When I got them, the front hub did not have dust covers. After first trying Campy Record track hub dust covers, I tried some from a Record road hub and they fit perfectly. The rear hub is threaded for (and came with) a Campy lock ring, and they are 32 hole. They can be seen here:

http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/album64/IMG_1712 http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/album64/IMG_1717

Does this just add to the conundrum? Are they just another one of those "holes" (pun intended) in our collective knowledge base?=20

Wayne Bingham Lovettsville VA

John Siemsen San Luis Obispo, CA