RE: [CR]Chain length on 58 cm Ciocc?


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From: Jesse Hearndon <viper7990@hotmail.com>
To: <dima@rogers.com>, c r <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Subject: RE: [CR]Chain length on 58 cm Ciocc?
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 12:54:32 -0500
In-Reply-To: <422434377.20081217122743@rogers.com>
References: <BAY102-W27727304C3512C7645F993B0F20@phx.gbl>


I added the year just in case. I know nothing about the newer Ciocc frames except they are fast, and very expensive

In case there were any discrepancies on the 80's Ciocc frames regarding dri vetrains, I also wanted [CR] subscribers to know what exact frame they were dealing with. and anyone who followed this build knows it's the farthest thing from period-correct on the drivetrain. The frame, bars, seatpost, paint and decals and fo rk are period-correct for the mid-80's. The drivetrain is period-correct too, if the period was 2008. hehe. Jesse Hearndon West Melbourne, FL
> Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 12:27:43 -0500> From: dima@rogers.com> To: viper 7990@hotmail.com> CC: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org> Subject: Re: [CR]Chai n length on 58 cm Ciocc?> > Hi,> > http://sheldonbrown.com/derailer-adjus tment.html#chain> > I really fail to see how the year of manufacture affect s the correct> chain length ... can the length of the chain be "period-corr ect" (or> incorrect)? ... could be missing something.> > -- > Cheers,> Dm itry Yaitskov,> Toronto, Canada.> > Wednesday, December 17, 2008,
   11:28:17 AM, Jesse Hearndon wrote:> > > What would the reccomended chain
   length in links be on an 86' Ciocc? I'm at> > 112 links now I think.> > >
> Drivetrain> > > > 52-39 double > > 27-11 9-speed> > Dura-Ace chain> > > >
   Jesse Hearndon> > West Melbourne, FL> >