Campagnolo bottom bracket axle.



Anyone know of a generic axle for the early thin-wall cups? For a 68mm
bracket, thought I had one in the shed but it must be hiding. I have
not measured the instep to the centres of the race yet but guess at an
axle 3mm longer between bearing centres than the 68-SS unit on another
bike with the later cups.
A spare stronglight axle from a 70mm bracket set is a shade too
short.
 
Q

Qui si parla Campagnolo

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[email protected] wrote:
> Anyone know of a generic axle for the early thin-wall cups? For a 68mm
> bracket, thought I had one in the shed but it must be hiding. I have
> not measured the instep to the centres of the race yet but guess at an
> axle 3mm longer between bearing centres than the 68-SS unit on another
> bike with the later cups.
> A spare stronglight axle from a 70mm bracket set is a shade too
> short.


Suntour spindles work great.
 
D

David White

Guest
I think I once used a Specialized Axle and it worked fine as well. Perhaps even
made by Suntour.

Qui si parla Campagnolo wrote:

> [email protected] wrote:
>
>>Anyone know of a generic axle for the early thin-wall cups? For a 68mm
>>bracket, thought I had one in the shed but it must be hiding. I have
>>not measured the instep to the centres of the race yet but guess at an
>>axle 3mm longer between bearing centres than the 68-SS unit on another
>>bike with the later cups.
>> A spare stronglight axle from a 70mm bracket set is a shade too
>>short.

>
>
> Suntour spindles work great.
>
 

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