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Dating campagnolo brakes

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Condorino handlebars w brake levers stamped Legnano. stamped vertically on the right side of the seat lug. Legnano Roma Olimpiade w/1st generation Campagnolo crank set and matching pista pedals, 1962 Campagnolo large flange hubs, 27.0 mm Campagnolo seat post, Titan stem, Mafac Racer Dural Forge brakes, Campagnolo open C shifter levers.

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The new Centaur 11, Potenza H11 and Chorus, Record and Super Record HO mechanical and HO EPS groupsets have some important differences and specific areas of compatibility that bicycle assemblers and early after-market adopters need to be aware of, which we have not yet had opportunity to transmit to smaller OEMs or CODE dealers / Pro Shops.Has anybody thought of throwing together a how to on this?My cursory search didn't turn a thread up, just a bunch of "help me identify X" threads.But until I understand what these words mean they are nothing more than labels on boxes. I keep opening boxes until I reach a limit where the effort to proceed exceeds my capacity (and willingness) to learn. And hope that what I understand to be true represents a fair description of a reality that exists.Question: Can you do a video on tips for mixing and matching brake calipers and levers for road applications?Remember - incorrect assembly will invalidate any warranty so it is important to seek advice before commencing an assembly with these parts.

Q: What is the proper Campagnolo Warranty Procedure?

I know there are always exceptions to the rules, but it seems like there are enough generalities and enough experience to put some info together.

We certainly have a good enough collection of bike photos to supplement. MDHas anybody thought of throwing together a how to on this?

Pictures Roma Olimpiade, green, 58 cm Falck tubing, Gran Sport components, hub locknuts & Brooks saddle dated 1960. Magistroni for Legnano cranks stamped 60 on the backside of the right arm.

(The first owner was Paul Marashian of Fresno, who won it in 1961 His name is engraved on the chromed fork blades.) 58cm. Campagnolo Sport 1006/A hubs stamped Legnano, locknut stamped 60. Campy Nuovo Record w/ Universal cp brakes Full aluminum fenders painted and trimmed to match.

Although visually similar to the long teased H11 models on the Super Record, Record and Chorus groupsets, the Potenza brakes use slightly different materials.