Thanks for that. If so, what other brands could I be on the lookout for? Never been a fan of paying silly money
Ooh, simplex retrofriction, not familiar with them, but looking through the parts bin I found this (top left), looks like the right thing ? (but I only have the one lever)
Is it worth the effort trying to find a pair of these, or are they very rare?
Not able to put together complete vic/triomphe from the campy parts bin.
Most of the parts cleaned up and ready, still searching for inner chainring, chain and some other small parts
Sounds late for SR (?), but could make sense considering the brake levers being C record.
I actually have another Peugeot frame which is exactly like yours (2nd in row on the pic below) which I was planning to build up before I found this other one.
I’m starting to think that Arlecchino is onto something when he says that it might have been built by someone else, it has cutouts in the lugs and a rear brake bridge I haven’t seen on other Peugeot’s, correct me if I’m wrong. Also a fully chromed rear tri.
Could someone tell me what pat. 11 on a SR rd stands for? Made in 77?
Got another one which says pat. 78, and it seems like they have different finishes on the black parts, the 78 one is more polished. Or am I mistaken?
I normally use warm water and washing up liquid. There is a heating function on the cleaner as well, but using this tends to damage paint or plastic.
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