[CR]Re: Hub ID required


Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 14:45:59 +1300
From: Wayne Davidson <wayne.collect@xtra.co.nz>
To: CR List <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
In-Reply-To: <C160F0B8.1703A%wayne.collect@xtra.co.nz>
Subject: [CR]Re: Hub ID required

Hi all, many thanx for all the help I've gotten, turns out there were not Harden with sealed bearings, but at least they do seem to be a set of hubs from the 50's, they will be going to a good home soon, they were of no use to me on my track bike....regards wayne davidson Invers NZ.......

Hi all, I've gotten a set of wheels, and am trying to ID the hubs, both have alloy Fiamme rims without any stickers, the front appears to be a track profile & the rear a road profile, both alloy finish & tubular.

Front hub large flange, all alloy, solid axle, 32H, 8 circular holes in flanges, alloy dustcaps, axle may have hex broached into the ends, alloy finish, a great zerk in the centre of the barrel, no stickers or engraving anywhere.

Rear hub same details as above except, axle is not original, has a clip instead of zerk fitting & has 2 track cogs fitted, one each side with a locknut, one locknut has only 1 notch for a tool, the other has 4.

Am hoping to use the rear hub, or trade for a Campagnolo Item for my track bike, as I do already have a couple of Campagnolo front large flange hubs to choose from. Will take photos later if required......regards wayne davidson Invers NZ......