[CR]Re: Component compatibility with frame issue


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From: "Stephen Barner" <steve@sburl.com>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
References: <CATFOODy2JxbbgnOpnx00004d66@catfood.nt.phred.org>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 17:10:28 -0400
Subject: [CR]Re: Component compatibility with frame issue

Try pulling the Teflon lining out of a section of lined cable housing, long enough to span all protrusions in the BB area, plus several inches. Thread this on the cable, letting it overlap the points of contact. It should stay in place without cement (though you could always use something like JB Weld to hold it in place), and it will cut down both on wear, and friction. If you have enough clearance, you could put a complete piece of lined housing in the contact area.

--Steve Barner, Bolton, VT


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> Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 14:54:07 -0400 (EDT)
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> Here is a new one for me. I have a Pinarello frame that I just installed a
> vintage set of Shimano 600 components on. When I tried out the shifting I
> find that the chain rubs on the bottom back stop of the front derailleur.
> I then went to my parts bin and took out a vintage Campy front and tried
> it and the same thing. It seems that the smaller chain ring is too small
> and causes the chain to bottom out on the derailleur. I cannot lower the
> derailleur any more as it then hits the larger ring when shifting. What's
> up with that? The frame is the type where all the tubes slope inward,
> could that be the issue. Also the cable routing is internal so there is
> not a lot of room to play with. A funny side note about the internal cable
> routing. I thought most manufactures would have guides internally to help
> route a new cable. Much to my surprise, I found that there were no cable
> guides and I had to remove the BB to re cable the derailleurs. I also
> noticed that there is no protection for the cables inside the BB shell.
> They actually rub against the raw tubing as they go from the down tube to
> the chain stay and seat tube. Lousy design if you ask me.
>
> Ray Homiski
> Elizabeth, NJ
>
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> Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 20:55:03 +0200
> From: matteo brandi <bees.bfg@tin.it>
> To: classic rendezvous bikelist <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
> Subject: [CR]MAsi for colnago
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> Someone anticipated me regarding this subject.I was gonna sk the list
> regardin that.A while ago,there a special about Binda on tv.Lotsa champions
> from the past till today as well top-heads in the cyclism world,well talkin
> and sharin storie about the great champion.I dont remember exactly how it
> came up,but Adorni(pointing his finger to Colnago that was sitting in fron
> tof the stage)said that Ernesto learned a lot from MAsi,what he learned,im
> still not sure about.
>
> Matteo Brandi Fiorenza Italia
>
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