|Campy Ti Cogs||Ken|
Mar 29, 2001 8:52 AM
|I recently outfitted my new bike with Record 10. I also paid for the all titanium cassette. How do I know they're all titanium? Can I make a confirmation through visual inspection? I definately am not going to perform a hardness test or a specific gravity test. If I can't make visual confirmation I guess I'll just have to trust the LBS.|
|They look different, and ...||Ti guy|
Mar 29, 2001 11:21 AM
|...are non-magnetic. If you got the standard Record-10 that has a mix of ti and steel, you can clearly see the difference. The steel ones are shinyer. Titanium has a dull grey color.
The magnet test is probably the easiest.
|re: Campy Ti Cogs||Kyle2|
Mar 29, 2001 8:03 PM
|Agree on the magnet test. |
But note that Campy gives this out with 9 cogs in Ti and the last (smallest) in steel. Don't know why they do this.
Did you find a Ti lock for the 11 tooth cog. If you did, appreciate if you can tell me where you got it.