Re: [CR]Stronglight cranks


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Date: Sat, 04 Aug 2001 18:30:22 -0400
From: "Jerry & Liz Moos" <moos@penn.com>
To: donrazr@juno.com
Cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR]Stronglight cranks
References: <20010802.083727.544.0.donrazr@juno.com>


The change occured in the early 80's. To the best of my knowledge, Stronglight mod 93 and earlier (mods 63, 57, 49) were only made in 23.35. Mod 106 and later (and maybe 105) were made only in 22.0. Mods 99, 104, and maybe 105 were made in both 23.35 and 22.0. This makes mods 104 and 99 very interesting, as you must try to match old crankarms both with respect to pedal thread (French or English) and exractor thread (23.35 or 22.0) I don't think the axle taper changed when the extractor thread did.

Regards,

Jerry Moos

donrazr@juno.com wrote:
> Can anybody tell me-
>
> When did Stronglight change from 23.35 crank threading to 22 ?
>
> What was the model # of the first 22 threaded cranks?
>
> Are the tapers the same dimension on 23.35 threaded cranks as on 22?
> (Will they work on the same spindle?)
>
> When I hear reference to "old style" Stronglight cranks, is that
> reference to 23.35 threaded cranks?
>
> What are the model numbers of classic Stronglight cranks and their
> chronology?
>
> Many thanks, D.W. Tucson, AZ