Re: [CR]Help needed to indetify Campagnolo parts. Possibly OT


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From: themaaslands@comcast.net
To: Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org (Classic Rendezvous)
Subject: Re: [CR]Help needed to indetify Campagnolo parts. Possibly OT
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 13:05:59 +0000

Martin asked:
> I just picked up a few boxes of mixed items. In amongst them are some
> Campagnolo parts that I cannot identify.
>
> Probably off topic as they are sealed in a small plastic packet, so sorry for
> this.
>
> Obviously spares for something. Two items packaged together. One is a small
> steel rod. 60mm long with a diameter of 2.2mm. I would guess it is a "pin" for
> something, but why so long? The other item is a small crescent shaped cast
> piece of steel. Overall length is 25mm, 3mm thick and 5mm wide, with curved
> ends.
> This has 5 holes, diameter 2.5mm drilled along its length, slightly counter
> sunk on one side. The holes are not evenly spaced.
>
> What are they for?????

This would appear to be the adjustable part of the Olympus front derailleur that was designed to fit a variety of seat tube diameters.

--
Steven Maasland
Moorestown, NJ

> Hi all

>

> I just picked up a few boxes of mixed items. In amongst them are some

> Campagnolo parts that I cannot identify.

>

> Probably off topic as they are sealed in a small plastic packet, so sorry for

> this.

>

> Obviously spares for something. Two items packaged together. One is a small

> steel rod. 60mm long with a diameter of 2.2mm. I would guess it is a "pin" for

> something, but why so long? The other item is a small crescent shaped cast

> piece of steel. Overall length is 25mm, 3mm thick and 5mm wide, with curved

> ends.

> This has 5 holes, diameter 2.5mm drilled along its length, slightly counter

> sunk on one side. The holes are not evenly spaced.

>

> What are they for?????

>

> Regards

> Martin Coopland, Scotland, http://www.BatesBicycles.com