Campagnolo 1005/2, Gran Sport
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Category:  Front Derailleurs
Name:  Campagnolo 1005/2, Gran Sport
Brand:  Campagnolo
Primary Group:  Gran Sport
Model:  1005/2
Years:  1952 - 1960's
Country:  Italy
Weight:  118 grams (avg)
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Added By: JFischer on 07/06/07
Updated By: stedeu on 07/03/15
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# Rings Designed For DoubleOuter Plate MarkingsCampagnolo World Logo
Inner Plate MarkingsClamp MarkingsCampagnolo
Inner Clamp MarkingsDesign CategoryPushrod
Pivot Arm MarkingsN/APlate MaterialSteel
Clamp Style28.6mm ClampCable Attachment Bolt8mm Wrench
CableStop YesClamp Bolt Type8mm Wrench;
Flat Head Scewdriver
Max Ring Difference   
General Information
Early version of the Gran Sport front derailleur.
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Component Groups
Primary Group NameBrandQuick InfoBrowse Group Components
Gran Sport (1951-196X)Campagnolo1951 - , Road RaceView 26 Components
Details:  Hugo Koblet won the 1951 Tour de France in July using Gran Sport derailleurs.
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WeightSourceNotesAdded By
118 GramsActual MGTS
118 GramsActual stedeu
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