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    Ti Brake Bolt

    Digging through my bag of goodies and found this. Anyone know its proper home?






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    Probably OMAS, for a Campagnolo Record front brake.
    From the mid 70's.
    Came as a lightening kit.
    That one got a bit beat by a mechanic who did not know the strength of materials.

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    Didn't the Modolo Master Pro brake calipers have Ti brake caliper bolts too?

    Chombi

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    Quote Originally Posted by repechage View Post
    Probably OMAS, for a Campagnolo Record front brake.
    From the mid 70's.
    Came as a lightening kit.
    That one got a bit beat by a mechanic who did not know the strength of materials.
    Concur; I have a lone rear that goes with it, IIRC.

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    More interesting....I see a rear drop bolt!
    “You meet the nicest people on two wheels!"
    I'd rather add more life to my years, than years to my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chombi View Post
    Didn't the Modolo Master Pro brake calipers have Ti brake caliper bolts too?

    Chombi
    Yeah, but their pivot bolts were a significantly different design.

    Last edited by JohnDThompson; 11-16-11 at 10:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WNG View Post
    More interesting....I see a rear drop bolt!
    Drop bolts are really easy to make, all you need is two standard bolts and a piece of stainless flat.

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    ^ I agree, there are numerous solutions. I'm in no need of one, but some here were searching for an authentic one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNG View Post
    More interesting....I see a rear drop bolt!
    Yep, Campagnolo drop bolt along with other NOS brake hardware. Good stuff to have around.

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    I think the "proper home" for that bolt would be on the Colbalto brake on the front of my '83 Bianchi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
    I think the "proper home" for that bolt would be on the Colbalto brake on the front of my '83 Bianchi
    If you are interested I'll make you one and document the process for the forum. It won't have the fancy Campy writing but then it won't rust either.

    No cost to you except postage.

    IIRC it's 7.5mm drop, 25mm front extension and 30mm rear. Is that the size you need?

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