[CR]Double RH Campag gear levers, and oil holes.


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From: REClassicBikes@aol.com
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 06:32:43 EDT
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR]Double RH Campag gear levers, and oil holes.

A couple of quick thoughts.

An Italian frame, on ebay, that was outed on the list, (cannot remember the name, all those italian frames look the same to me!) has both the gear levers mounted on the RHS. I have never seen this done before, not with standard campag levers. Has any one else. It looked quite neat to me and as I always change the LHD lever with my right hand, I might find this quite useful. Good for a rider that wants to use their right hand to change gear but rides a frame that is too small to get your hand through?

My thoughts on the Campag oil hole. I always though that this was there just to let other people know you had bough the record hubs rather than the less prestigious Tipos, or am I just a cynic.

Modern bronze bush pedals benefit greatly from the addition of a grease nipple, they helps me double or triple the life of the pedals I use on my winter bike.

Paris Roubaix- please do not give race results on the list, as some of us may not have had chance to watch our tapes yet!!!!!!!!!!

Regards
Martin Coopland