Campagnolo dating codes
If you know of other components that are marked or coded that can be added to this list, please let me know.SR (Sakae) Below the insertion mark on SR seatposts (and Sakae posts) is a stamped mark, such as F-84.Other manufacturers of bicycle components have date marks on their pieces.Unfortunately, many of these are coded, and require some additional knowledge to understand the code.Ben writes: "Brakes and brake levers often have date codes on them.Weinmann and Dia-Compe calipers usually have codes on the back of a caliper arm.The date is on the back side of the arm near the spider of the crank, typically of the form of the two-digit year above a letter, apparently representing the month.An SR Custom crankset, reported by Alan Burnett, has the back of one arm marked only with a 1 and the other arm with a 2. Alan suggested, like for Campy crankarms, these are the last digit in the year; i.e. Does anyone have a similarly marked set of SR cranks?
Also gathered on this page are date codes provided by others.
The two sets of Dia-Compe brake lever bodies I checked had the four-number date code stamped inside the lever body (I couldn't find any markings on the levers themselves).
However, a Gran Compe set of calipers had no markings.
The number is the year of manufacture and the letter appears to be the month of manufacture.
In the example, the "F" indicates the sixth month, or June.
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SR stems usually are marked with the same date code. An exception is the SR Royal stem, most - or all of which, have no code. ) SR handlebars have the date code stamped near one of the ends of the bar.