Re: [CR] Campag Center Bolt but slightly off-topic year


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From: John <jtperry330@me.com>
To: bsandel@verizon.net
In-reply-to: <31716584.1771110.1294084677896.JavaMail.root@vznit170134>
Date: Tue, 04 Jan 2011 00:40:05 +0100
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Cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR] Campag Center Bolt but slightly off-topic year


Ben, You can thread the rear axle down w/ a 6 mm x 1.mm die and chop it to length. I used to do this to Campy Nuovo record ones. OH THE SACRILEGE! Mine is a Sears Craftsman and works just fine. Take the brake apart, use lots of oil, go back and fourth, and chamfer the end a bit after cutting.

enjoy,

John Pergolizzi Torino, Italy where the pimpled Victoria tire of yesterday became the "John, their was a really loud explosion this afternoon in the bike room". Me: Ugh, bike room go boom?

On Jan 3, 2011, at 8:57 PM, bsandel@verizon.net wrote:
> Hello Listers,
>
> I hope you will indulge me this brief off-topic request. I am
> hoping to convert a Campagnolo Chorus monoplaner style brake caliper
> (similar to these: http://bike-vintage.com/brakes-calipers/23-vintage-brake-calipers-campagnolo-chorus-monoplaner-90s.html)
> from rear to front. Do one of you have front center bolt you would
> be willing to part with?
>
> I did a quick check of my three LBS's: one is a nice shop but only
> ten years old and they didn't have it and didn't know where they
> might get one. Another shop probably does have it but would never
> be able to find it and is only open a few, unstated hours during the
> winter. At the third shop the young lad commented that he didn't
> think those parts were removable and he surely wouldn't attempt it.
> SIgh.
>
> Ben Sandel
> Harrisonburg, VA