Re: [CR] Campy Strada Triple Cranks


Example: Framebuilders:Norman Taylor

From: Steve Maus <maus5@sbcglobal.net>
To: <Carb7008@cs.com>
Date: Mon, 25 May 2009 11:31:23 -0400
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Cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR] Campy Strada Triple Cranks


Jack,

It looks like the factory did both.

My (regrettably) beat up Catalogue n.17 shows 1048/3 which has extra-length p/n 830 Triple chainring and cyclocross fixing bolts and p/n 831 Nut for bolt 830, like the Norman Fay.

The next page shows 1048/5 of the style you describe from your Paramount. I have the right arm of this type as part of a tandem set and it's a thing of beauty!

Happy cranking,

Steve Maus The Classic Bicycle Workshop Rainy in Greenwood, IN


>On Date: Mon, 25 May 2009 01:40:39 -0400 <Carb7008@cs.com> wrote:
>The only Strada triples I'm familiar with are those on Schwinn P15 with
>drilled and tapped crank-arms. This '75 Norman Fay has pre-date code 53-47-42
>triple that uses spacers and longer Campy chainwheel bolts for attachment.
>Is this another, more expedient way to home-brew a triple and was this
>practice common? Did Campy approve this method...thus the longer bolts...or what
>did Campy do at factory?
>Jack Romans
>Sacramento, CA