Campagnolo Record (FD-02FRE) NOS Classic Clamp-On 32.0 mm Front Derailleur

✓ Original part - produced in the 1990s
✓ New old stock! Still unused after all these years
✓ Worldwide shipping

Campagnolo Record front derailleur, hailing from Italy and in production during the 1990s (yet still new & unused after all this time!). Made from aluminium/steel and weighing in at 102 grams. A fine choice for keeping your classic bike authentic, but also great for any other compatible bike.


Condition - New Old Stock*
Model ID - FD-02FRE
Production Era - 1990s
Country - Italian
Material - Aluminium / Steel
Weight - 102 g
Stock Code - D-FM186C

*New old stock items may have marks from storage over the years, and as we often have multiples they can vary from piece to piece, but they are always genuine new & unused items.


Chainset Type - Double
Frame Fixing - Clamp-On 32.0 mm
Pull Type - Bottom Pull

*See help section.


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We accept returns, please notify us within 14 days and ensure the item arrives back with us no later than 30 days after the order was received.

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Chainset Type - the number of chainrings the derailleur was designed to work with. ‘Double’ derailleurs are actually capable of working on ‘triple’ chainsets but they may struggle when shifting, especially if there’s a big step down from the middle to inner ring, so it’s better to match these correctly.

Frame Fixing - the way the derailleur fixes to the frame, if you have a tab on your frame to mount the derailleur to you need braze-on. If there’s no tab then you require a clamp-on type (also referred to as band-on or clip-on), these come in different sizes to match the diameter of your seat tube.

Pull Type - the direction of which the cable needs to ‘pull’ the mech in order to shift. If your cable runs up to the derailleur from the bottom bracket area then you need bottom pull, if your cable comes down from above you need top pull. Some later derailleurs can be used for either setups, these are referred to as dual pull.

Designated Speed (9 Speed & Above) - the speed of the chain that the mech was designed to be used with. This only becomes relevant for mechs marketed as 9 speed or above when chains became narrower, as the derailleur cage plates became marginally narrower too. We refer to it as ‘designated’ speed as technically you can use (almost) any derailleur with any chain, however if you want optimum performance it’s best to stay close to the manufacturers recommendations.

Indexing System (Shimano Only) - this is only applicable when using Shimano shifters that have an indexed left shifter such as STI or Rapidfire. For the indexing to work correctly when using these shifters the derailleur and shifters must be of the same type, so Shimano drop bar shifters need to be matched with a Shimano ‘road’ derailleur, and Shimano flat bar shifters must be used with Shimano ‘MTB’ derailleurs.