RE: [CR]Those bolts for toe clips...easily obtainable

Example: Production Builders:Peugeot

From: "Dave Patrick" <>
To: <>, "'Fred Rafael Rednor'" <>
Subject: RE: [CR]Those bolts for toe clips...easily obtainable
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2004 07:54:42 -0700
In-Reply-To: <>


You forgot to mention JB Weld!! Have you ever seen that stuff? Used by many a redneck car mechanic to keep their hot rod Nova/Chevelle/Camaro/GTO/F-150 on the street. Maybe we should try to build a bike frame w/the stuff? Lay it on real heavy and then file it down, so the frame looks like it was fillet brazed?

Dave "it'd run if it had a motor" Patrick Chelsea, Michigan

-----Original Message----- From: []On Behalf Of Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 9:30 PM To: Fred Rafael Rednor Cc: Subject: Re: [CR]Those bolts for toe clips...easily obtainable

Or you could just use some Tubasti to glue the toeclips onto the pedals - that would give you some adjustability once installed. Liquid Nails works too, but no post-installation adjustments are possible. I've never seen a Record pedal with a stripped toeclip attaching thread. Greg Parker Ann Arbor, Michigan

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> Amici,

\r?\n> What Greg mentions is true but here's why I prefer the

\r?\n> longer ones. If you need to add washers or spacers, the short

\r?\n> ones limit you to something like 2mm - maybe 3. Also, if the

\r?\n> pedal cage threading is stripped, you can't fit a nut on the

\r?\n> short bolts. Perhaps that final point is the real secret

\r?\n> behind my friends' using the Christophe screws?

\r?\n> Best regards,

\r?\n> Fred Rednor - Arlington, Virginia


\r?\n> > Nope - can't get ones with that plating or head shape at

\r?\n> > Ace.....

\r?\n> >

\r?\n> > Greg Parker

\r?\n> > Ann Arbor, Michigan

\r?\n> >

\r?\n> > -------------- Original message --------------

\r?\n> >

\r?\n> > >

\r?\n> > > aren't all these bolts just normal 5x8 metric

\r?\n> > > hex head bolts that have a campagnolo cello

\r?\n> > > bag around them? my hardware store still sells

\r?\n> > > them for 4 cents a piece.

\r?\n> > > e-RICHIE

\r?\n> > > chestre, ct

\r?\n> > >

\r?\n> > >

\r?\n> > >

\r?\n> > >

\r?\n> > > -- wrote:

\r?\n> > > Those are not correct. They are #124 dropout eyelet bolts

\r?\n> > for fenders, etc. They

\r?\n> > > work, but are quite a bit longer. Lots of folks have lots

\r?\n> > of those......

\r?\n> > > Regards,

\r?\n> > > Greg "picky" Parker

\r?\n> > > Ann Arbor, Michigan

\r?\n> > > Date: Mon, 4 Oct 2004 15:26:38 -0400

\r?\n> > > From: "Tom Sanders"

\r?\n> > > To:

\r?\n> > > Subject: [CR]Those bolts for toe clips...easily obtainable

\r?\n> > >

\r?\n> > > There is an E-Bay seller (WWW cyclery) who has them by the

\r?\n> > dozen. I

\r?\n> > > believe he lists them as water bottle cage bolts, then

\r?\n> > notes as an =

\r?\n> > > aside that they are the same Campy bolts that are used for

\r?\n> > toe clips on =

\r?\n> > > pedals. They are not expensive. See item #7105778723

\r?\n> > > I just rounded up 4 of them to send The gentleman seeking

\r?\n> > them. I =

\r?\n> > > questioned the seller as to why they did not come in those

\r?\n> > cute little =

\r?\n> > > bags and he swore they were Campy, but came that way in

\r?\n> > bulk to where =

\r?\n> > > ever he had bought them.

\r?\n> > > Tom Sanders

\r?\n> > > Lansing, Mi