How are the dates being established for the front derailleurs???
Chuck Schmidt South Pasadena (no connection with Pasadena actually), Southern California
nick zatezalo wrote:
> OK Here is what I have in front of me.
> 71 no circlip/no bulge
> 72 no circlip w/bulge
> 72 no circlip/no bulge
> 73 circlip w/bulge [Just bought this from e-RICHIE]
> 76 circlip w/bulge
> ? circlip w/bulge
> Don't know what all this means,but thems the facts man.
> Nick Zatezalo
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> Subject: Re: [CR]re: Early Campy Record front der. with cable stop -
> <<<on eBay right now (item # 1075928136)>>>
> I have never seen such a brute. To me, the interesting observation is
> just the circlip, but the swelling at the other end of that shaft. In my
> memory, that was not done until well after the circlip -- in fact, I
> haven't seen many of these bulges on pre-CPSC (lipped) units. But,
> I could be getting senile.
> harvey sachs
> this looks concocted, as in, the swelling we remember on the post cpsc
> changers is integral to the casting. this one <appears> to be a shaft
> ''inserted'' through the body to act as a surrogate** circlip holder.
> none of my early OR post cpsc changers look like this one.
> **a town near harrogate