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d_douglas
04-27-2018, 01:31 AM
i am in search of a few items and wonder what the PL might have? All items must be in new to better than excellent condition.

1) 172.5mm (or maybe 175mm) crankset. I was thinking either Potenza or older carbon Chorus or Athena. Ultratorque is preferred, but I guess I would try PT.

Ideally I would want 46-36, but would be OK with 52-36 or 50-34.

I would also need a matching B.B (do UT and PT cranks use the same B.B.?)

2) Campy medium cage rear derailleur for Potenza shifters. Can be Potenza or Chorus but must shift 32t.

3) Campy front derailleur - for a Potenza shifters, so the latest generation. Can be Potenza or Chorus.

Clean39T
04-27-2018, 01:40 AM
i am in search of a few items and wonder what the PL might have? All items must be in new to better than excellent condition.

1) 172.5mm crankset. I was thinking either Potenza or older carbon Chorus or Athena. Ultratorque is preferred, but I guess I would try PT.

Ideally I would want 46-36, but would be OK with 52-36 or 50-34.

I would also need a matching B.B (do UT and PT cranks use the same B.B.?)

2) Campy medium cage rear derailleur for Potenza shifters. Can be Potenza or Chorus but must shift 32t.

3) Campy front derailleur - for a Potenza shifters, so the latest generation. Can be Potenza or Chorus.

I've got a braze-on black Athena FD - should work fine with any/all 11 spd setups. It's a new take-off. PM me a price that works for you and I'll see if I can do it.

oldpotatoe
04-27-2018, 07:52 AM
i am in search of a few items and wonder what the PL might have? All items must be in new to better than excellent condition.

1) 172.5mm crankset. I was thinking either Potenza or older carbon Chorus or Athena. Ultratorque is preferred, but I guess I would try PT.

Ideally I would want 46-36, but would be OK with 52-36 or 50-34.

I would also need a matching B.B (do UT and PT cranks use the same B.B.?)

2) Campy medium cage rear derailleur for Potenza shifters. Can be Potenza or Chorus but must shift 32t.

3) Campy front derailleur - for a Potenza shifters, so the latest generation. Can be Potenza or Chorus.

No they don't..different BB cups.

ultraman6970
04-27-2018, 09:58 AM
To run the combination of chainrings the OP needs a compact crankset or one of the new 4 arms ones.

Check velomine they had the potenza crankset for penies, you will need a BB for it tho.

RobJ
04-27-2018, 10:17 AM
Might be more than you are looking for, but I have a new 172.5 Record 4 arm crank w/o rings and new Record HO RD that will handle 32t cogset.

cnighbor1
04-27-2018, 11:14 AM
I have this for sale on Craigslist NIB CAMPAGNOLO DAYTONA CRANKSET 172.5mm - $145
NIB CAMPAGNOLO DAYTONA CRANKSET 172.5mm - $150 52t/ 39t Chain rings
Perfect for your 10 speed build. Any questions or additional photos needed just ask.
The box has some issues and not for a pristine collection of Campagnolo components.
•Campagnolo square taper
•52 and 39 tooth chain rings
•Bottom bracket not included (I have one for sale if needed)
•Intended for use with 1/8" chains
•135mm BCD
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bop/d/nib-campagnolo-daytona/6557572321.html

muz
04-27-2018, 11:17 AM
I have a carbon CX 11 PT crankset, 170 with 46/36. New in box, test fitted but hasn't touched a chain, still with protective film on. Comes with BSC cups, installed once but never used. Say $120 shipped?

d_douglas
04-27-2018, 02:26 PM
Thanks all. Good options all. The CX crankset would be a go, but 170mm is too short. I am a 175mm guy and trying to size down, hence 172.5mm

Charles, can do standard gearing - too big!

The Record stuff may be ok, but yes, budget talks.

The one other option is a White Industries cranks but doubtful as they’re so damned expensive.

d_douglas
04-27-2018, 02:42 PM
I could also do 175mm and go with my past setup if a great option comes up

d_douglas
04-28-2018, 10:10 AM
Bump! Any folks with an Uktratorqur crankset? I could do arms only as well. The derailleurs would need to be 2015 or newer.

ultraman6970
04-28-2018, 02:24 PM
I do have a set of 172.2 chorus 11 arms moving around but are 135 bcd, to run the gearing you want you need 110.

d_douglas
04-28-2018, 04:15 PM
Yessir - 110 or the 4arm ones as well. I’d be fine with a Potenza one.