|Another Campy shifter ? But real simple||PaulCL|
Sep 10, 2003 9:27 AM
|On my right shifter, the aluminum pin that is used to open the brakes keeps sliding out. Not all the way, but enough that I feel the need to push it back into place dozens of times during a ride. It works itself out so that it is not in the hole on one side. I'm always concerned that I could lose it over a good bump or pothole.
I've tried to make it sticky by bathing the peg in gatorade or coke, but to no avail. Obviously not a life or death, or bad shifting problem, just a perpetual irritant.
Any suggestions. Can you buy new ones?? Should I completely trash my Record shifter over this $.50 item???? ;)
|You'll have to buy the brake lever only to get the new part...||Spunout|
Sep 10, 2003 10:40 AM
|http://www.campagnolo.com/pdf/spares03_A.pdf page 32
It doesn't look like the pin is available seperately.
|You can still find just the pin and sleeve||flakey|
Sep 10, 2003 3:24 PM
|Campagnolo sold the QR pin and sleeve as a seperate part in '99. It is the same part for your '03 brake/shifter. Starting in 2000 that part was only available with the brake lever assembly (according to their spare parts books) but was still offered it as a spare part to distributors as late as '02 maybe '03. EC-RE045 for the pin and EC-RE241 for the sleeve. Have your LBS contact their favorite distributor to see if the can get it for you.
Stay tuned for my next post when I review 7 speed SORA!!!!
|Ooh...I'm sitting on pins and needles waiting for that review||PaulCL|
Sep 11, 2003 6:21 AM
|Seriously, thanks for the input. I'll call my LBS. Paul|
|I have to ask||Spoiler|
Sep 11, 2003 11:00 PM
|How do you know all this? This doesn't seem like information you casually pick up.|| |