(Qui si parla Campagnolo) wrote:
>Pete-<< Regarding the Campagnolo recommendations, it's funny how people pick and choose which ones
>to follow. Campag also state that 2001+ rear derailleurs must be used with 2001+ Ergos.
>Nothing funny about it. I have tried things that some manufacturers say and have found them to be
>not true, like rear ders and ERGO, but I have not had a square taper crank loosen or come off in 18
>years of wrenching...so I'll stick with what they say, cuz I agree with that....
>Helmet ON, flack vest ON, goggles DOWN.........
Heh heh heh... I think the ONE thing the greasers vs. the cleaners can agree on is that if you do it
either way, and torque the crank bolt to the proper tension, it's not likely to ever come loose.
That makes the argument one of semantics in terms of real world effect.
Hey Peter, can I borrow an extra flack vest?
Mark Hickey Habanero Cycles http://www.habcycles.com
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