Greg Fletcher wrote:
> On the subject of anodizing & seat posts; a good quality anodizing is
> truly a great thing to behold. I have a '73 Windsor Pro that I
> purchased new. The bike came from the shop with a nice medium to dark
> gray anodizing on all the NR parts. Despite years of damp beach air
> and riding in the wet these parts have stayed impervious to rust and
> corrosion over the years and remain a perfect finish today (the
> original Weinman brakes, not anodized, rusted away years ago), even
> the two bolter seat post is in perfect condition. Too bad more parts
> weren't treated that way originally.
> It's been my experience that an anodized seat post has no effect on
> clamping/removal compared to a non-anodized one.
> Greg Fletcher
> Foothill Ranch, CA
None of the Campagnolo two bolt seat-posts was anodized. I'm pretty sure that Campagnolo has never anodized a seat post to this day.
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, California http://www.velo-retro.com (NEW list of reprints and T-Shirts)