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Also, the crank arms can have a code consisting of a diamond (1970's), circle (1980's), square (late non-fluted SR), etc.
with a number in the center possibly denoting the last digit of the year of manufacture.
The easiest way to tell is to look for the aluminum bottom bracket cups, which are uniquely SR.
Very rarely, a bike might have SR pedals with a NR bottom bracket, but if it has the SR titanium bottom bracket, it'll almost invariably have the SR pedals.
If there is no Campagnolo selected store near you, you can however contact the best cycling stores in your area or contact the reference service center via our contacts page.Great work by Jim and the team there, and of course by the candidates!If you want to be considered as a Velotech instructor at a Velotech Training Workshop, or are considering the possibilities of opening a VTW, the Train-the-Trainer day on July 21st might be for you!One of our readers (David Walker [email protected]) sent the following most amazing trove of Campagnolo trivia.Everything you always wanted to know about Nuovo and Super Record (but didn't know to ask) . .(1) Type I was a hollow version of NR; bearing races were pressed-on steel (like the Ti SR pedals).
Sometime in late 80's or early 90's, Campagnolo introduced the "century" and "graphite" finishes to their product lines.