?? Do Campagnolo Bottom Brackets NOT need a Lockring??

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  1. Bigbananabike

    Bigbananabike Member

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    Hi. Any help would be appreciated. It certainly looks like it needs a lockring(like Shimano et al) but may be not as I've been told they don't. Thanks for the advice, Paul :)
     
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  2. Adam-from-SLO

    Adam-from-SLO New Member

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    You mean BB , or to hold your cassette on your hub - lockring :confused: :)

    The only lockring I know of , is the one on then end of the hub.
     
  3. Woofer

    Woofer New Member

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    There is a ring that is threaded that goes on Shimano square taper and Shimano Octalink cartridge bottom brackets to tighten it from one side. The same is true for current generation Campy cartridge bottom brackets, at least the three Chorus bb's I own work that way.
     
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    hd reynolds New Member

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    Standard Campy BBs (102mm or 111mm; assymetrical or non assymetrical) don't require lockrings.
     
  5. Tonto

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    Yep, if the OP is referring to the cup then he most certainly needs it for any BB I've ever seen.
     
  6. hd reynolds

    hd reynolds New Member

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    Any late model Campy BB (dbl or triple - record, chorus, centaur, veloce and mirage) DO NOT need lockrings.

    For reference just download the pdf manual from the campagnolo site.
     
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