I always thought the LoHi hub was made for the Antarctic Olympic Team of 1957, to compensate for those low latitudes...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nelson miller [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 12, 2001 6:03 PM
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> Subject: Re: [CR]Re: rarest of rare - Campy LoHi front hub
> Guyz and Guyzettes-- I am very sorry, but I am having a great
> deal of difficulty believing any of this, but do find the
> whole thing to be absolutely delightful! Thanks for the
> entertainment! :-) Nelson
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> From: Lsquaredb@aol.com
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> Subject: [CR]Re: rarest of rare - Campy LoHi front hub
> The Hi-Lo font hub was developed for Liechtenstein team in
> the 1972 Olympics.
> The idea was to try to compensate for the interaction of the
> rotating front
> wheel and the Coriolis effect due to the Earth's rotation.
> In the nothern
> hemisphere, the wheel should be mounted with the high flange
> on the left
> side. In the southern hemisphere, the wheel should be
> mounted with the high
> flange on the right.
> Leonard Bulger
> Ann Arbor, MI