[CR]stripped derailleur hanger


From: "walter skrzypek" <wspokes1@hotmail.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 07:42:04 -0400
Subject: [CR]stripped derailleur hanger

I am setting up my newly acquired early 70s Zeus frameset and come across a problem, see subject title, which I wish to get some other views on. I have come across stripped out rear derailleur hangers in the past, mostly on my older mountain bikes. In the past I have used dropout savers to repair these if They were too messed up to use a tap/die on. The frame is in excellent shape and I really would like to keep it in the same shape. Use the tap/die or go with the dropout savers? I have never had any problems with dropout savers in the past, but no doubt this will detract the value. What is the groups advice?

Walt Skrzypek in Falls Creek, Pa

Dear Abby

I am a male in my 30s. I have a problem with my classic wool jerseys I wear for cycling. They rub my chest in unusual ways causing strange discomfort. What is your advice?

Ted in Toledo

Dear Titilated Ted in Toledo

Wear bandaids!

Abby