Re: [CR]Canag track hub.

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Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 07:18:19 +1100 (EST)
From: "David Benson" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Canag track hub.
To: Dennis Young <>,,,
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Dennis There was a Record Keirin groupset in the late '80s, technically OT, but I reckon that keirin stuff should get KoF status. Is this what you see in Japan, or is there also earlier NJS Campagnolo?

There were several differences from the standard Record Pista components: Front axle with 8mm flats Rear hub listed in 110 & 12mm OLN Hubs in 36h large flange only Bottom bracket with steel cups A variant of the 'ergonomic' pedal with a conventional axle/cone assembly Keirin setapost is the 2-bolt Record post with NJS stamp. Record Keirin headset- presumably in JIS dimensions.

DB Auckland, NZ

Dennis Young <> wrote: There were keirin approved Campagnolo track parts at some point. They show up over here on rare occasion. I believe that it should have a NJS stamp on it if it is one. I tend to think that aero spokes would post date the time when those parts were sent here for keirin racing.

Dennis Young Hotaka, Japan
> Steven,
> May possibly be a Kerin approved Campag track hub. I think such a thing might
> exist. Campy tandem bubs are high flange wirh no holes, but they're QR and not
> bolt ons and have an 8 speed cassette on the rear.
> Brian Baylis
> La Mesa, CA
> -- wrote:
> On ebay there is an odd track hub. Has anybody seen one likr this before? It
> is a high flange but does not have any holes in the flanges.
> --
> Steven Maasland
> Moorestown, NJ


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