Re: [CR] Need Correct BCD info for 60's/70's Pogliaghi

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Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 12:35:50 -0500
From: "coel canth" <>
To: Classic Rendezvous <>, Dale Brown <>, Chuck Schmidt <>
Subject: Re: [CR] Need Correct BCD info for 60's/70's Pogliaghi


my comments regarding bcd were concerning Pista cranksets, since the original poster was inquiring about a Pogliaghi Pista..

it has been my understanging that while, yes, Campy switched to 144bcd on the Strada cranksets circa 1966, the Pista bcd was not reduced until quite a bit later.. like 1970 or so..

i have also heard that first few years of the 144bcd Pista cranks were undated.. is this true of Strada cranks also ? or, did Campagnolo start date stamping all cranks around the same time, and when was it ?

andrei padlowski brooklyn, ny

> Someone had mentioned that 144bcd cranks (Strada) had come into use by
> 1971. My understanding is that the 144bcd Strada cranksets came into use
> much earlier, in about 1968, with the introduction of the Nuovo Record
> group. They were not date coded until 1971 or so.
> I have the same, but more difficult question with my own, recently
> acquired strada Pogliaghi. It is number 9187, which I think puts it in
> the 1967/68 ish period. A prior owner had fitted period-conistent parts