Jerome & Elizabeth Moos wrote:
> Well, I turned the adjustors around, as advised by the list. This
> frankly makes more sense than the Campy design in terms of ease of
> adjustment, although the Campys are less likely to vibrate loose.
> OK, then I need to turn them around. Actually, that makes more
> sense than the Campy design, in that it's much easier to adjust
> them when the screw heads are to the rear. (snip)
Jerry, please explain your belief that it is easier to use a screwdriver to turn a Huret adjustor than it is to use your fingers to turn a Campagnolo adjustor?
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena, Southern California