Re: [Classicrendezvous] Campy NR/SR Seatpost Question

From: "Eric Elman" <>
To: "Marc Boral" <>
Cc: <>
References: <026401c04e93$f5652720$3d88bcd4@stewart> <000a01c04ea7$a0f52820$> <>
Subject: Re: [Classicrendezvous] Campy NR/SR Seatpost Question
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 20:31:24 -0600

Yes, flutes/slots are flat on the bottom.


----- Original Message -----
From: Marc Boral
Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2000 7:08 PM
Subject: Re: [Classicrendezvous] Campy NR/SR Seatpost Question

> That is just a normal Record/NR that has been pantographed. SR flutes are
> tapered end flutes, and the round bottomed. Your flutes probably have a flat
> bottom, right?
> Marc Boral
> Eric Elman wrote:
> > Can someone advise what I have...
> >
> > Campagnolo seatpost off a bike equipped with a combo of Campagnolo NR and SR
> > components. This seatpost is identical to a 2 bolt NR post except it has
> > six slots machined into it. The slots are of uniform depth from end to end
> > (ie. no taper to the slot at each) and appear to be machined in, not
> > originally cast in. They are only about 1mm in depth. Don't SR posts have
> > slots with tapers in them at the ends and aren't the slots deeper? Is this
> > a special NR, special SR or just a normal SR?
> >
> > Help
> >
> > Eric "Feel as though I should know this" Elman