The tire thing where you kept calling them Cleland tires, but they aren't
You're doing it again now with the hubs. You're wording things in a misleading way
No I am not wording things to mislead anyone. Nowhere have I said or implied that Cleland made their own hub brakes. You appear to be are imagining things. The only comments I made regarding the hubs used on Cleland bicycles before you "2/Use floating input cams like those used on Cleland and Highpath bikes. Here the activating cam can move side to side between the brake shoes and so self-centres to compensate for any difference in brake shoe wear."
And in my reply to your question "Who made the hubs, Graham?""The Cleland Hubs were 70mm in diameter and originally made for use on a wide variety of French mopeds. The Highpath hubs are 90mm in diameter and were made by Highpath themselves using a similar floating cam type mechanism."
I admit that the phrase "The Cleland Hubs" could be read as Cleland made the hubs, instead of the intended, used the hubs. However, this would only make sense if they also supplied the hubs to the entire French moped market.If I wanted to state that Cleland made their own hubs I would have done so, as I did with Highpath.
The hubs Cleland used were branded as Leleu. However identical hubs are to be found re-branded as their own, by the numerous European moped manufacturers that used them. When Cleland sold them separately they were branded as Cleland' 'Mighty Stoppers'.
As with the tires, when companies import, export, distribute or advertise products, they often claim or even re-brand the product as their own. Do you think that Specialized actually make all the products they sell?
Do you think that a Walmart' Coca-Cola is made by Walmart?Why should a product imported, exported, distributed or advertised by Cleland' and sub-sequentially branded as sold by Cleland mislead people into believing that Cleland made it themselves? Especially as with the tires, when they also refer to the makers name and brand in their adverts?
9/16" Suntour BMX MP-1000 pedals / 56 tooth TA 6-bolt chainring.(I'm not bothered if the teeth are worn or damaged)