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That's really strange.

They appear to have Campy "oversize" spindles, which dates them to 1998 or later.

There's a slight resemblance to Neutrons, except that every detail is different.

Different shell shapes, wider spokes, regular nipples. Different milling on the rim. Campy rear rims used offset drilling and internal nipples.

Or could they be Fulcrum? I don't have a way of checking.

That would be my guess. A Fulcrum version of the Campy Neutron.
 

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bingo!

Fulcrum Racing 3 circa 2010. Same hubshells, bladed spokes, external nipples and straight milling on the rim.





 

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I can never understand why Campagnolo has to have a Fulcrum. I think the stuff would sell better as all Campagnolo, even if Shimano compatible stuff.
 

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I can never understand why Campagnolo has to have a Fulcrum. I think the stuff would sell better as all Campagnolo, even if Shimano compatible stuff.
so they can make it in Taiwan ?
 

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For getting in the OEM wheel market. Works like a charm, it seems. :)
 
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