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Old 12-08-07, 08:41 AM   #1
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Campagnolo style dropouts

Does anyone make stainless Campagnolo style drop outs? I'm looking for forward facing horizontal road bike dropouts(with adjustment screws) for a frame that's being built for me. What are my options?

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Old 12-08-07, 10:58 AM   #2
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http://www.bikelugs.com/p-dropouts.html

CAMP-1010 and CAMP-1010A near the bottom of the page.
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Columbus make them too, I think. Try Ceeway.

http://www.framebuilding.com/Frame%20Ends.htm

Actually made by Technociclo then..
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The key word, though, being "stainless". I've never actually seen what he's looking for.
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The key word, though, being "stainless". I've never actually seen what he's looking for.
I missed that. It looks like Bikeman carries the Salsa stainless dropouts, but they have eyelets for fenders and racks.
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I have stainless dropouts but they are exxon graftek lugs and have sockets for the tubing to go into, I have soldered steel tubing into these lugs and had them work. Free if your interested.
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I missed that. It looks like Bikeman carries the Salsa stainless dropouts, but they have eyelets for fenders and racks.
Cut 'em off.
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