How do you service vintage Campagnolo hubs?
Inspect the cups, cones and bearings for any wear. Re-grease the hub and all the parts just like the front hub. Re-insert all the bearings .Disassemble the rear hubCampagnolo Record rear hub disassembled.Campagnolo Record rear hub ball bearings.Rear Hub Bearing size: 1/4 inch.Bearing size: 6.34mm.
How do you date a Campagnolo hub?
Some Campagnolo parts can be dated by codes or patent dates. For example, the Nuovo Record rear derailleur has a patent date that corresponds to its manufacturing date starting in 1970 (example PAT. 70); marked PATENT without a date before 1970. The lock nut on the hub axle typically is stamped with CAM.
How do you service a Campagnolo hub?
Campagnolo®Remove set screw from side of drive side locknut.Hold non-drive side cone with cone wrench. Loosen and remove drive side locknut.Pull freehub to remove. Use care not to loose small parts. Note orientation of pawls as you remove freehub.24 Aug 2015
What does BREV Campagnolo mean?
Brev means patent. Campagnolo dropouts were widely used by framebuilders.
Who makes fulcrum hubs?
Campagnolo Well take you through the Fulcrum range from the functional, inexpensive Racing 7s right up to the super go-faster Speed 55 wheels. More about road.cc buyers guides. Fulcrum is a sub-brand of Italian component manufacturer Campagnolo.
How do you service a fulcrum front hub?
4:4614:30Fulcrum Racing 5 Front Wheel Bearing Change - YouTubeYouTube
Where are Campagnolo components made?
Italy Campagnolo products are created in Italy, in Vicenza. Campagnolo is the only components company in the cycling world with its own production units, all located in Europe.
What hubs does fulcrum use?
They feature 2Way-Fit, 6082 T6 aluminium rims, hubs with carbon-fibre centre sections, CULT ceramic bearings, plasma-treated freehub body and weigh a claimed 1,475g. The rear rim is 30mm deep, the front 27mm and both have 17mm internal width.
How do you adjust a fulcrum hub?
Using a 2.5mm Allen key, unscrew the pre-load collar on the non-driveside of the bike. Once the bolt is unscrewed, rotate the collar clockwise, continually moving the wheel from side to side to check for play, until any side to side movement in the wheel is completely eliminated.