The Campagnolo SR hub boxes were not any different than the NR boxes. The SR hubs only difference was the brittle titanium axle, which received a poor rap from the beginning. Many guys much older than myself that had shops in the early to mid 70's said that the SR titanium axles were horrible because of the small weight savings they gave; weighed in with the fact fact of brittle threads. I have not experienced first hand the wheel axles brittleness, but I was also informed that the bearing races would always need readjusting because the lock nuts contact with the cone could not be tightened to any extent because of this brittleness of the threads. I would love to hear of others experience with these, because from time to time I see generic Ti axles for sale. Thanks everybody for making this the greatest vintage bicycle website and for helping to make vintage cycling fun.
Best Regards, John Proch La Grange, Texas
________________________________ From: Eric Elman <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Wayne Davidson <email@example.com> Cc: CR <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Wed, June 30, 2010 8:14:45 AM Subject: Re: [CR] Campagnolo boxes
Re. the question of blue SR boxes:
Yes - Campagnolo SR pedal box Yes - Campagnolo SR brakeset box (BTW, the Cobalto box was SR blue with a "Cobalto" sticker added on the top) No - Campagnolo SR hub box small and or large flange
Hope that's helpful,
Eric Elman Somers, CT USA
On Jun 30, 2010, at 4:54 AM, Wayne Davidson wrote:
> Hi all, did Campagnolo ever make the following boxes,
> CAMPAGNOLO SUPER RECORD BLUE BOXES.
> Campagnolo SR pedal box
> Campagnolo SR brakeset box.
> Campagnolo SR hub box small and or large flange.
> or were they just released in Record boxes, in the cream colour?...........regards wayne davidson Invers NZ.............