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As the wear on a vintage bike increases, the greater the likelihood components are not original, either through replacement of worn parts or through component swaps.Swaps can take place early in the life of a bike as the proud new owner upgrades to new or used components of higher quality.Please tell me the serial number of your Olmo road bike, the parts that are original to the bike, particularly dated parts (see below), and link/provide photographs, so I can add it to this registry.This Olmo serial number registry records dated bike parts or provenance, to attempt correlating a serial number to a year or year range. Serial numbers are stamped on the seat lug on older bikes, or on the bottom bracket underside on later bikes (sometimes matched by a serial number on the fork steerer tube).Last updated: Please note - for new model year (2018) information, please contact us at Velotech Cycling Ltd or, if outside the UK, refer to your local branch or to Campagnolo Italy.The new Centaur 11, Potenza H11 and Chorus, Record and Super Record HO mechanical and HO EPS groupsets have some important differences and specific areas of compatibility that bicycle assemblers and early after-market adopters need to be aware of, which we have not yet had opportunity to transmit to smaller OEMs or CODE dealers / Pro Shops.Remember - incorrect assembly will invalidate any warranty so it is important to seek advice before commencing an assembly with these parts.Q: What is the proper Campagnolo Warranty Procedure?
The chain is narrower and MUST be joined with the UT-CT300 chaintool.Google Books Swallow rondine lugs with seat lug side slot; chrome head lugs and fork crown; chrome stay and fork ends; Campagnolo Cambio Corsa dropouts and fork ends BRAZE-ONS: top tube brake cable ORIGINAL PARTS: 4 speed Campagnolo Cambio Corsa; Campagnolo hubs; Nisi 36 hole rims; Magistroni Senior five pin crankset with 48t chainring; Olmo headset; Brooks B17 saddle; Balilla brakes; Silver blue paint DECALS: decal remnant on top of seat tube; otherwise, none DATING: book author says bike is 1948, from an Olmo team mechanic Serial Number 889 1946-1951? bg.legendary.bikes/e Bay: Seller does not say it is an Olmo in the listing and description; says it has Olmo stickers (bike may not be an Olmo?); does not have swallow rondine lugs; chrome forks; Campagnolo Cambio Corsa dropouts and fork ends DECALS: head tube and seat tube decals are Olmo 'Lazy L' star logo. Production stopped in 1962 but chainrings continued to be made until the end of the 60's. The main reason for this switch was the latter was far easier to accommodate double chainrings, which were becoming more widespread. Rings driven by bosses on ring not chainring bolts, better design than Chater-Lea. With the introduction of the C45 a larger splined hexagonal sleeve fitting was introduced .