Wayne Davidson wrote:
> Chuck Schmidt wrote:
> > Before I found the OMAS piece I used to take the stock Campagnolo steel
> > adjuster, remove the thumb wheel and shorten the shaft to about 1/8"
> > long. I did this since it was so easy to adjust the brake shoe
> > clearance by loosing the cable pinch bolt with the T-wrench, squeezing
> > the caliper together by hand and then retightening the pinch bolt. Gave
> > the caliper a much cleaner look in my opinion.
> > Chuck Schmidt
> > South Pasadena, Southern California
> Hi all, does anyone have a photo of this conversion, would be nice to see
> one on a bike instead of trying to envisage this. And or even the OMAS dodat
> that Chuck speaks about...regards wayne davidson Invers NZ........
The OMAS one appears on this Confente:
Hard to see in the photo, but not much to see either. Just a small cup at the top for the housing to sit in and a shaft that goes into the hole at the end of the brake caliper arm. Imagine a Campagnolo brake adjuster made of aluminum and missing the threading and the thumb wheel adjuster.
For the one I modified from a stock steel Campagnolo adjuster reread the description in the first sentence. It couldn't be made simpler.
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, Southern California