Date: Sat, 04 Dec 2004 07:35:42 -0500 From: Peter Jon White <email@example.com> To: Wayne Davidson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: email@example.com Subject: Re: [CR]Campagnolo SR pulley bolts.......
Wayne Davidson wrote:
> Hi all, re a '79 SR RD, would the pully bolts be the one piece items or the
> type with a screw and nut?, TIA wayne davidson Invers NZ.........
I recall the nut is pressed into the rear pulley plate.
-- Peter Jon White Peter White Cycles 24 Hall Rd. Hillsborough, NH 03244 603 478 0900 Phone 603 478 0902 Phax http://www.PeterWhiteCycles.com
Not exactly - the later design was a flush-mounted flat-head screw that came through from the rear, with a nut on the front. The screw is not a press-fit. 1978 was the transition year from first-generation to second-generation for the SR rear der., so 1979s would all be the late-style, and have the flat-head screws and Ti pivots. (Early second-gen. ones in 1978 had aluminum pivots, and the "old," bolt-from-the-front side-into-rear-pulley-cage-threads design...). Greg Parker Ann Arbor, Meechigan