The oversized clips were made by Shimano. Don't think Campy ever made any. I tracked some down for my Teledyne with help from list members. I seem to recall I also bought some DiaCompe or SunTour that fit, but these were a little odd, looked like they were made to route the cable somewhat to the side rather than along the top of the top tube. Perhaps these were made for an aluminum mountain bike or something.
Jerry Moos Houston, TX
Steve Neago <email@example.com> wrote: How were the brake cables held on Teledynes with oversized tubing? Did Campy make oversized clips or what else was used? Hopefully, not the soft black plastic clips used on the Sears Freedom 10 frames
Regards, Steve Neago
Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 3:38 AM Subject: [CR]Re: Teledyne Titan and Shimano
> In a message dated 12/2/04 8:30:28 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > Teledyne frames also came with Shimano oversize brake cable clamps and an
> > oversize Shimano cable guide (I think) so that started people down a Shimano
> > Dura-Ace path.
> Yes on the brake cable clamps, but the cable guide fits the swaged-down part
> of the frame so anything will fit. I have Campy on mine. I remember seeing
> DA equipped Teledynes but I have bought two in the last two years and both came
> with their original Campy. Funny story about the first one. It came with a
> Brooks Pro saddle, and 36 hole Super Champion Mod 58s with 14 ga spokes.
> Weighed 25 lbs!
> Bob Freeman