|Record cassette - which cogs are ti?||Mink|
Jul 13, 2003 11:58 AM
|I know that some of the cogs are titanium, but the Campy website doesn't tell you which ones they are. Can anyone advise? Also, I gather that ti cogs wear faster than steel. Anyone know how much faster?|
|The lowest gear is not Ti.||the bull|
Jul 13, 2003 12:48 PM
|Ti is said to wear faster and is very expensive!|
|opps! Smallest-The highest gear! not lowest,Right?nm||the bull|
Jul 13, 2003 12:50 PM
|Ti wears faster||Kerry Irons|
Jul 14, 2003 5:16 PM
|My data is from 1998 with a Record 9 3/6 cassette. The 18 and 19 got lots of use, and wore about the same rate. Only thing is, the 18 was getting about 5X the mileage of the 19! My conclusion is that Ti cogs wear like butter.|
|re: Record cassette - which cogs are ti?||Juanmoretime|
Jul 13, 2003 1:29 PM
|The four largeset cogs are ti. If they last as long as they did on my Dura Ace cassettes, you can expect, at least 5,000 to 6,000 miles. I currently have about 1,500 on a steel/ti Record cassette and it's still going strong.|
|Both these answers are right!||the bull|
Jul 13, 2003 3:10 PM
|There are 2 kinds of "Record" one goes for 150 the other goes for a whopping 260 bucks!
The Chours full steel cassette goes for 80 bucks.
|Are your prices retail? Or wholesale?||russw19|
Jul 13, 2003 5:45 PM
|Bull, your prices are WAY TOO LOW!
That's what those cassettes go for wholesale. And even at wholesale, $80 for a chorus cassette is low. More like $90 right now. If you can get these cassettes at this price, it's no wonder bike shops get p-o'd so bad over internet sales. I just looked these prices up on Quality's website (which tends to be a bit high for Campy prices, but still....) and the prices you list are what they are wholesaling Campy cassettes for.
Just an FYI...
|Got them from WorldCyclingP roductionscatalog!||the bull|
Jul 14, 2003 3:23 PM
|Actually I think there prices are high!|
|Got them from WorldCyclingP roductionscatalog!||russw19|
Jul 14, 2003 7:05 PM
|Well, like I said.. wholesale at QBP is about the same. I guess I need to see what Sinclair Lewis has it for.. they tend to be the cheapest for Campy parts.