Dear Tom, These hubs didn't get widely distributed are were probably made in low volumes as evidenced by their rare sightings. My interest in them was enhanced because they weren't in a catalog! I can tell you that mine came from a box marked Chorus. I bought them from a guy with many boxed sets of these and of the Triumphe high flange hubs. I was contacted by another listmember who also got his new-in-the-box and ar e labeled Chorus.
As to a comparison of Victory and related low flange hubs, that falls outsi de my interest & actual ID-ing of these particular hubs.
Regards, Matt Gorski Belmont Shore, California USA
>From: Tom Dalton <email@example.com>
>Date: 2007/06/15 Fri AM 09:38:50 CDT
>Subject: Campagnolo Nuovo Superleggera Tipo Hubs !!
>Matt Gorski wrote: ÃÂÃÂ Don,
>They are the rarely seen Chorus High Flange hubs.
> ÃÂÃÂ Matt, While the small flangeÃÂÃ Â Chorus hubs were very, very similar to the earlier Victory model, I don't think the high flange was offered by the time Chorus was introduced .ÃÂÃÂ The small flange Chorus was a re-badged Victory w ith different locknuts.ÃÂÃÂ The earliest Chrous catalog s did not show aÃÂÃÂ high flange hub.</div> <div>Ã ÂÃÂ </div> <div>Last I looked, these hubs were available NOS
from the Campyoldy website.ÃÂÃÂ The price wasn't cheap , but they are rare, and cool looking. ÃÂÃÂ Tom Dalto n Bethlehem, PA USAÃÂÃÂ ÃÂÃÂ Ã ÂÃÂ
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