Thanks for the info. The dropouts on this Raleigh clearly are stamped Zeus. They do seem quite long. (This is the White model, and i hear - the first year for the Pro - perhaps they used Campy in later years ?)
I'll look forward to working with Greg. The handful of other dealers who've helped so far are a real treat to work with - refreshingly different from many of our local, 'just buy a new bike' dealers !
Thanks Rich Pinder Van Nuys CA
Jerome & Elizabeth Moos wrote:
> Greg Parker at Bicycle Classics has the old style Campy adjustors,
> which I'm 99% sure would have been on a 69 Raleigh Pro, in both long
> and short lengths. These are the ones with the steel end caps. He
> also has the Campy new style with the plastic end caps, which are much
> cheaper, but not as correct. If the bike has the Campy long dropouts,
> as I expect it does, the long adjustors would have been original.
> However, I often push the wheel all the way back in the long dropouts
> to help a Campy NR RD shift a 28T FW cog. In that case I like to use
> the short adjustors, as the long ones in this situation protrude far
> behind the dropouts and are easily bent. I've just set up a 1972
> Paramount like that, using old style short adjustors from Greg. He is
> one of the best vendors around in terms of shipping stuff very promptly.
> Jerry Moos
> Houston, TX
> */Rich Pinder <firstname.lastname@example.org>/* wrote:
> I would like to find a pair of adjusters for my 69 Raleigh Pro.
> Did the adjusters for other dropouts (campy) all use same threads,
> would be interchangeable ?
> Any idea who might still have these ??