Do you really have a Cinelli frame with a 68mm bottom bracket shell? Or has someone installed a spindle meant for thin walled English cups (e.g Gran Sport spingle) with thick-wall (i.e. Nuovo Record) Italian cups?
Note too, as Greg mentioned, that a Campagnolo Italian spindle will be slightly longer than a similar English spindle.
This is meant to handle the extra width of the BB shell.
Fred Rednor - Arlignton, Virginia
> No such animal. A 70-SS-120 NR spindle is 113 mm long.
> A 70-SS NR spindle is 115.5 mm long.
> Your current 68-SS-120 spindle is 112 mm long.
> Which do you need?
> Greg Parker
> Ann Arbor, Michigan
> Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 16:59:55 -0700
> From: "Charles F Nighbor" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Subject: [CR] Need Campagnolo 70-SS-120 Bottom Bracket Axle
> 115.5 mm
> I am in need of a very good condition 70-SS-120 Bottom
> Bracket Axle with
> these dimensins, ''A slightly off-set this axle measures 28MM
> from the
> inside of the bearing shoulder to the end on one side and
> 30.5MM on the
> other side. The total width is 115.5MM. I am going to use
> this axle in a
> 68mm wide Cinelli bottom with a spacer to push fixed cup out
> 1/8''+ to
> allow more room between rear stay and inner 42T ring on NR
> crankset. Now
> at 3/32'' maximum. My present Campagnolo 68-SS-120 axle just
> does not
> allow enough room. The frames rear drop out spacing is 120mm.
> Thanks and please contact me off CR
> Charles Nighbor
> Walnut Creek, CA
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