Campagnolo super record/ record brake shoes?

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Curious George
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by Curious George

Title says it all, am after brake shoes for campagnolo brakes (have swiss stop carbon pads already).
Have searched all the major on-line dealers (Wiggle, Ribble, CRC) no joy.
Any leads appreciated.

Thx.

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by brearley

you might be better buying some veloce brakes as they're a pita to find just the shoes.
alternatively just buy some aftermarket brake shoes and fit shimano shape pads which are easier to fit anyway?

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Curious George
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by Curious George

Bought the pads already :(
In the past I have bought the yellow king pads and shoes, but wanted to try the Black Prince this go around.
Figured that it shouldn't be hard to find the brake shoes....well I appear to be very wrong!

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by mrd

Not hard at all. Original/genuine black record/super record shies and pads £67 plus delivery on ebay

my solution: jag wire shoes and pads campag specific, black, about £10 a pair on ebay

I have 2 pairs of unbranded ones that look just like the originals, from just before the latest cutout who version. I use them with swissstop black prince pads and the holders work and look just like the original shoes holding my bxp pads for aluminium rims.

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by Harmitc

Easy to find? Shinybikes normally have them, as do many of the other on line shops? I bought 2 sets last week.

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We have stock, too - £67.00 plus P and P ... :-)
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by dj97223

If you just need to switch pads (e.g., for your carbon rims), I think it is easier and much faster to replace the pads on the bike than to replace the shoes (at least for 10 speed). The pads can be pried out with a small screwdriver, and new pads inserted by hand if you first wet the back of the pad with rubbing alcohol. Some pads are a little more difficult than others, but Swiss Stop seem to be the easiest to push in.
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by c50jim

I think the OP may be looking for the newer model brake shoes that have little tabs that make them easy to change. I've also noticed that the online stores still seem to have only the old ones that required the screwdriver.

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cycling,a great individual sport,were you can't reach anything,whithout group effort.

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Curious George
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by Curious George

atakaoka wrote:are you talking about this?
http://www.totalcycling.com/en/Campagno ... 18738.aspx


Those are the pads (have some swiss stop black prince's), but I am after the brake shoes aka pad holders

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Curious George
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by Curious George

Attermann wrote:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/150847369114?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

these are great!


Look to be the wrong shape (pre- 2011's)

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Curious George
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by Curious George

Harmitc wrote:Easy to find? Shinybikes normally have them, as do many of the other on line shops? I bought 2 sets last week.

Shiny bikes don't have campagnolo brake shoes on their website, only replacement pads

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by Harmitc

Apologies! I thought you just wanted the pads! Should have paid more attention! Hope you've found a supplier.

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