Re: [CR]Campy Seatpost Binder Bolt Question...

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From: "feldman" <>
To: <>, "Questor" <>
Cc: <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Campy Seatpost Binder Bolt Question...
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2001 07:45:50 -0800

I'll check my catalogs as I kind of doubt the existence; until the latest era Campy seems to have avoided non-steel fasteners like the sensible company they
usually are.
David Feldman
Vancouver, WA

----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Bryant
To: Questor
Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2001 7:20 AM
Subject: Re: [CR]Campy Seatpost Binder Bolt Question...

> The only Campagnolo seat post binder bolts I'm aware of were the #1070 and #1072. Both were made of steel and essentially the same, except the #1070 was a larger diameter than the much more common #1072; 10mm versus 8mm respectively. Both units used a 5mm Allen wrench.
> I've never heard of a steel NR model versus an alloy SR model from Campagnolo, but would like to learn more if there such a difference. As you say, the #17 catalog makes no mention of an alloy item, nor does it refer to any seat binder bolts in either the NR or SR sections. The steel binders are located in the back
> in the sundries/spares pages.
> Bill Bryant
> Santa Cruz, California
> Questor wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I seem to recall that Campy made both a N/R steel seat post binder bolt, as well as a S/R alloy seatpost binder bolt during the late 70's and early 80's. However, I cannot find any mention of these parts in the Campy 17b catalog. When did the S/R model get discontinued and does anyone know where I could get one?
> >
> > Thanks, Steve Neago
> > "Revenge from the Cold North has visited Cincinnati, OH"
> >
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