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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 9:05 am 
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orange71 wrote:
I wish I still had my Campagnolo rear mech - I've never seen one like it since - it was a sort of platinum/browney matt metallic sort of colour if you see what I mean :? Really hard to describe the colour.

Any idea what it might have been?

There were two painted finishes offered late 80's early 90's.
Was it UIcarus that was the light grey, and offered with the dogleg brake levers and U brakes, and I think Euclid that was 8s, bullett shifters and a dark browny graphite-and-darker type finish?


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given the bike came with bullet shifters it must be the Euclid - any pics? :D


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orange71 wrote:
given the bike came with bullet shifters it must be the Euclid - any pics? :D


Bullet shifters seem to be an option with most of their MTB groupsets, heres the 1991 groupsets they did -

http://www.campyonly.com/catalogs/1991.html


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Hello.Somebody have a Campagnolo mtb rear mech available?I´m interested in one.Thanks.


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Ok, it's a road mecht, but it's ok for my Attitude (I prefer short cages on attitude)
I don't know if it's chorus or record, but there's one point I can use it on a mtb :you can change the angle of work of te parallelogram (you unscrew, and you choice between "A" or "B" position) with the "B", the chain can go to the 32teeth without problems…

picture of restoration :
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I've got an Euclid mecht, I bought with some campy parts : for being more precise : the mecht was given because it's out of service :? . I tried to repair but… impossible…
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24pouces,you have a PM.


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And I answered :wink:


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24pouces wrote:
I've got an Euclid mecht, I bought with some campy parts : for being more precise : the mecht was given because it's out of service :? . I tried to repair but… impossible


I think I sold you those parts (way too cheap :wink: )


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24pouces wrote:
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24p what model are those cantis? Euclid? Centaur?
I have a NOS pair for my Attitude.


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MadCowKev wrote:
24pouces wrote:
I've got an Euclid mecht, I bought with some campy parts : for being more precise : the mecht was given because it's out of service :? . I tried to repair but… impossible


I think I sold you those parts (way too cheap :wink: )


Yes, but on my side, I was very happy !!!! :lol: :wink:

The cantis are Euclid. But be carefull for the rear : I've got the smaller Attitude frame (a 18", like a 14" sized) and my shoes could touch them when I pedal :wink:


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