Campagnolo CART 111 BB-03AT, Athena
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Category:  Bottom Brackets
Name:  Campagnolo CART 111 BB-03AT, Athena
Brand:  Campagnolo
Primary Group:  Athena
Model:  BB-03AT
Years:  Early 1990's - Mid 1990's
Country:  Italy
Added By: JFischer on 11/01/10
Updated By: JFischer on 11/01/10
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Campagnolo CART 111 BB-03AT, Athena
Bearing Size/Count per sideCartridgeSpindle Markings
Fixed Cup MarkingsAdjustable Cup Markings
Spindle StyleSquare Taper (ISO)Axle MaterialSteel
Available ThreadingsEnglish/ISO: 1.370 x 24;
Italian: 36mm x 24
Length(s)111mm
Tools NeededCampagnolo BB Tool  
General Information
Cartridge states to use Campagnolo Tool 7130036 on the BB cups.  Likely the same tool used to install/remove the cassette lock rings on Campagnolo hubs of the same age.
Quality:Rarity:
 
 
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Component Groups
Primary Group NameBrandQuick InfoBrowse Group Components
AthenaCampagnolo1988 - 1999, Sport & RecreationView 28 Components
Details:   Athena was situated below Chorus in the Campagnolo line up through the 1999 model year when it was replaced by Daytona, which later become known as Centaur.  The Athena name has now been reborn in the Campagnolo line up starting with the 2010 year, now situated between Chorus and Centaur.
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