Re: [Classicrendezvous] 3-pin Campagnolo?

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From: "Jill DiMauro" <jpdimauro@starpower.net>
To: "Jerry Moos" <moos@penn.com>, "Olof Stroh" <olof.stroh@hem.utfors.se>
Cc: <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <008701c03ca4$d9e15420$860b69d4@oemcomputer> <39F435B7.756A8591@penn.com>
Subject: Re: [Classicrendezvous] 3-pin Campagnolo?
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 17:58:04 -0400


I have a mid-quality Condor with a Campy cotterless 3-arm crank. The bike isn't of great workmanship, but surprisingly light.

Jill DiMauro
Maryland


----- Original Message -----
From: Jerry Moos
To: Olof Stroh
Cc: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 8:57 AM
Subject: Re: [Classicrendezvous] 3-pin Campagnolo?



> The only Campy cotterless 3-arm crank I know of is a 3-pin version of the Grand
> Sport found on the Raleigh Competition GS in the late 70's or early 80's, but
> perhaps Chuck Schmidt, he of the Campy timeline, knows of another.
>
> Regards,
>
> Jerry Moos
>
> Olof Stroh wrote:
>
> > Newbie to the list I will come back with a short - very short - introduction.
> > Found this list when I posted to questions to the bob list and was directed
> > hither. First one - made actual by the ongoing Campa crank thread - is:
> >
> > Rummaging a small Stockholm bikeshop couple of weeks ago I found
> > some peculiar Campagnolo cranksets. They look in style like old
> > Nouvo Record, fluted and milled, but with three pins to hold the
> > chain-wheels instead of five and stamped with Campagnolo Strada
> > on the backside. Two sets were just 150mms ( and hadnĀ“t my
> > children bee too old they would have got something very cute )
> > with double chain-wheels, 45x38 and 42x36: these had normal
> > NR bolts. Two were 170mms for singles, one - that I bought
> > cheap - with just a 36(!)chainwheel, one with an adapter for a double,
> > those had non-countersunk bolts. Bcd - as I measured with a ruler -
> > is 115mm except those on the adapter who are bigger, but still 3-pin.
> >
> > What is this? Someone knowledgeable, please explain.
> >
> > Dangerous thing, bike shops.
> >
> > Olof Stroh
> > Uppsala Sweden