Re: [CR]WAS Re: Campagnolo SR 39T chainring? Now something bigger maybe


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From: "Steven Willis" <smwillis@verizon.net>
To: "R Bulis" <RichardBulis@msn.com>, <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
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Subject: Re: [CR]WAS Re: Campagnolo SR 39T chainring? Now something bigger maybe
Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2004 09:23:27 -0700


Well this may be dead but I put a Campy 39 tooth ring up against an older NR ring and I can not find a spot ware the ring would not be cut in a few places. The ring on the page looks pretty close to what we sell now as in Chorus. Steven Willis 1778 East Second Street Scotch Plains NJ 07076 908-322-3330 http://www.thebikestand.com


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From: "R Bulis"
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Subject: [CR]WAS Re: Campagnolo SR 39T chainring? Now something bigger maybe



>
> The possibility of 39t chainring for Campy NR/SR? I also used to own one
> of the legendary Campy 41t rings and it bounced a bit on the spider arm
> bolts. I am no math major but if the ratio of the circumference to diameter
> of a circle is, what 3.14? and we reduce the circumference by 1" (for two
> teeth at 1/2" pitch, that's close enough) the diameter is now reduced by
> 1/3.14 or .318 inches. Further dividing by 2 to get the radius yields .159"
> or about 5/32" closer in. Hmmm, hard to believe there's that much room.
> Besides, somebody hereabouts would have seen one as well. Kudos, Dale for
> trying to reign in this guy, but as others told me, complaining to Ebay gets
> you.... nowhere.
> Sometimes I fantasize about a CR seal of approval, a real, legal trademark
> if you will, that could be used with license by reputable sellers ( ahem, I
> hope to qualify ) and sanctioned by...Dale? I dunno, but maybe it could come
> to mean something if sellers were allowed to place said logo in their
> adverts and auctions.
> Like the old "Good Housekeeping seal of approval". Only now it the "Good
> Cycle Merchant seal" or something far more clever. I would even PAY a small
> annual fee, and I know Dale could put the money to use.
> Thanks,
> Richard Bulissimo, Verdi, Nevada.
> and next May...(perhaps)
> Riccione? Matteo want come over and ride?