The method I saw Mr. Galmozzi did was simple. He drove in copper
or brass rivets by a hammer . Then cut off the redundant parts of
the rivets in the head tube by a long minus screw driver and a
hammer. But I have not had an opportunity to try it yet.
Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan
> Is there a special rivet or a special type of riveting tool that is used to
> rivet a headtube badge onto the headtube?
> I guess, what I'm asking here is whether with my riveting tool set from
> Craftsman, with what appears to be the proper sized rivet, can I merely
> re-rivet the headtube badge back onto the headtube? Or is there something
> that I don't understand, don't see, that when I pop the rivet in is going
> to do permanent damage?
> Thanks for your help.
> Tom it's still snowing in Cleveland Hayes
> Tom Hayes
> 18585 Munn Road
> Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44023