Old school gog for old school hub?



c_yeager

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Does ANYONE have an 18 tooth or bigger cog for an old campy record high flange track hub? ('69-'72 approx) The new ones do not work on this...
You old school guys will probably know what I'm talking about... any solutions?

chris
 

Paul

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posted by c_yeager
Does ANYONE have an 18 tooth or bigger cog for an old campy record high flange track hub? ('69-'72 approx) The new ones do not work on this...


You're in Boston, Massachusetts. Suggest you check out Sheldon Brown's website - he may be able to help. By following the appropiate links, or by a search (just type in fixed gear,and see what comes up), you may find other sites, shops, etc. with fixed gear parts. Good Luck. Hmmm... that's a famous name you have. Broken the sound barrier lately?
 

Patrick SH

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Originally posted by c_yeager
Does ANYONE have an 18 tooth or bigger cog for an old campy record high flange track hub? ('69-'72 approx) The new ones do not work on this...
You old school guys will probably know what I'm talking about... any solutions?

chris

I have a Campagnolo 16T track cog marked with "italiano 35 x 24 F"
There is some chance that your hub has the same thread and diameter. The standard is 1.37" x 24tpi which is slightly smaller. I guess that the (male) hub will not fit with a standard sprocket.

I don't have any advise as where to buy such a cog.

Patrick.
 

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