Re: [CR]Re: When-what is the last of C-R years


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From: "Questor" <questor@cinci.rr.com>
To: <NortonMarg@aol.com>
Cc: "classicrendezvous" <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Re: When-what is the last of C-R years
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 15:39:49 -0500


In response to Stevan's comments:

Hmmmm.. You used that "obsolete" word again about vintage Campy parts... have you been brain-washed by your local LBS? "Obsolete" is just a marketing term for parts your LBS can't obtain - which does not apply to CR forum members where they can be found.

Through the CR, ebay, and reputable vintage dealers, I have easily found 1980s Campy parts that I need. No LBS needed here... Prehaps we should label this parts network CR members tap into as the "Vintage Underground"! <COOL!> <GRIN> No obsolete parts used here...

Regards, Steve Neago
Cincinnati, OH


----- Original Message -----
From: NortonMarg@aol.com
To: LouDeeter@aol.com
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2002 3:10 PM
Subject: Re: [CR]Re: When-what is the last of C-R years



> In a message dated 2/17/02 10:59:58 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> LouDeeter@aol.com writes:
>
> << Otherwise, I'd
> say 126mm or narrower rear spacing would be the line of demarcation. Lou
>>
>
> And here I am, getting ready to convert some of my SR era 7 speed wheels to
> 130mm spacing so I can get less dish. I'm also putting together a Masi 3V
> that I'm planning on using a 130mm 8speed wheel, with Campy handlebar end
> shifters (old, non indexed) and Super Record derailleurs. At risk of sounding
> heretical, I think it's mildly clear that 9 speed and newer, glued or tig
> welded frames, probably don't count as "classic". I started using Shimano 7
> speed SIS cassette rear hubs because I got tired of breaking Campagnolo rear
> axles. Campy didn't make a cassette hub until the 8 speed, and I'm just
> getting into those partly because they're obsolete, but mostly because
> they're Campy and the axles won't break on me. There's also more gears for
> those around than there are for the Shimanos. I suppose the axle thing is
> only an issue if you're 175 lbs or more...
> Food for thought.
> Stevan Thomas
> Alameda, CA