WANTED: Campagnolo C-Record brake pads holder.



RookieXL

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2 pairs would be great.
 

alfeng

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RookieXL said:
2 pairs would be great.
I'm an inquiring mind -- did you want those particular pad holders because you are doing a restoration OR did you just want pad holders because your calipers don't have their holders?
 

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alfeng said:
I'm an inquiring mind -- did you want those particular pad holders because you are doing a restoration OR did you just want pad holders because your calipers don't have their holders?

I have calipers but don't have the original pad holders.
 

alfeng

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RookieXL said:
I have calipers but don't have the original pad holders.
Well, if you aren't doing a restoration, then you can use almost ANY pad holders OR almost any brake pad type.

For example, I decided to put older, Nuovo Record style pads on a Monoplanar caliper that I have because I (arbitrarily) decided it looks better.

You could use the dreaded-by-some-and-disdained-by-others solid block pads ...

I prefer Shimano-type holders because it is easier to remove-and-insert the pads (as long as you have the appropriate Allen Wrench or screwdriver, depending on the particular pad) AND Shimano/-compatible replacement pads are ubiquitous.
 

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alfeng said:
Well, if you aren't doing a restoration, then you can use almost ANY pad holders OR almost any brake pad type.

For example, I decided to put older, Nuovo Record style pads on a Monoplanar caliper that I have because I (arbitrarily) decided it looks better.

You could use the dreaded-by-some-and-disdained-by-others solid block pads ...

I prefer Shimano-type holders because it is easier to remove-and-insert the pads (as long as you have the appropriate Allen Wrench or screwdriver, depending on the particular pad) AND Shimano/-compatible replacement pads are ubiquitous.

Ooops, sorry I didn't get your idea in the first message. I'm doing a RESTORATION. :)