I will begin rebuilding my 1966 Paramount P-13 in June. I plan to send my high flange Campagnolo hubs and rims off to Yellow Jersey to build two sets of wheels; 700c tubulars and 27 X 1 inch clinchers. I will use Regina 6 speed freewheels. The rear wheels will need to be dished to the 120 mm rear dropout spacing and all four built to accommodate my extra heft.
I have a couple questions about the Regina freewheels (13-23 & 13-31 teeth). Should I send them with the rims and hubs in order to assure that the spacing and dishing is done correctly? Can they be disassembled (i.e. take the cogs off the FW body) to make cleaning the individual cogs easier? (The 13 tooth cog on the larger one looks as if it unthreads. It's harder to tell on the smaller one.)
BTW, I plan to use the 13-23 on the tubulars and the 13-31 on clinchers. I will probably ride the clinchers (which are alloy Arayas- late 70s vintage) most of the time here in NH. I have a Campagnola Rally RD to accommodate the 31 tooth cog and a Sugino 52/38 crankset to make the P-13 more hill friendly. I still have the original Campagnolo Nuovo Record crankset (52/49) and the Nuovo Record RD. The original crankset is 151 bcd and the smallest chainring ever made was either a 44 or 45 tooth. A 46 tooth is currently on ebay and is located in Belgium. This is the smallest I've seen in the past 6 months.
One final set of questions: I also need advise on the rear dropout adjusting screws. Which way do they insert? From the rear or from inside? Caps on the inside or outside? Is the spring on the outside?
Thanks for your help.