Re: [CR]Campy Shifter Lever Mods?

(Example: Framebuilders:Cecil Behringer)

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Subject: Re: [CR]Campy Shifter Lever Mods?
Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2008 21:01:28 -0500
From: "Dale Brown" <>

<< lever, curved and re-profiled foruse on a single-sided clamp-on shifter. >>


Did you heat it to curve it or did you cold bend it?

(Inquiring minds want to know...)


Dale Brown cycles de ORO Bike Shop 1410 Mill Street Greensboro, North Carolina 27408 USA 336-274-5959

-----Original Message----- From: devotion finesse <> To: CR discussion list <> Sent: Wed, 12 Nov 2008 8:26 pm Subject: [CR]Campy Shifter Lever Mods?

I recently made my first attempt at modifying a Campagnolo downtube shift l ever, inspired by other such modifications that I have seen (bending, d rilling, milling, polishing, annodizing, pantographing, etc.).I t hink the spark that ignited my interest was a 70's De Rosa I saw at Larz a couple of years ago, owned by a prominent Boston area collector. The lef t side (front) shift lever had been curved to allow the rider to more easil y reach over the top-tube to shift the front changer with the right hand. W ay cool! Below is a link to pics of my lever, curved and re-profiled for use on a single-sided clamp-on shifter. While it vaguely looks like a piec e of 70's drug paraphranelia, I am pretty pleased with the results. If y ou have any pics of similar mods, please send 'em along!http://www.woolje BowneBrooklyn, New York _________________________________________________________________ Get 5 GB of storage with Windows Live Hotmail. 112008