I've seen and owned quite a number of Peugeot PX-10 and related models. On gearing, I do not recall the range from memory, but 14/21 was the high/low and the freewheel was a Cyclo Competition. Tonight I can count up the inner cog teeth and get back to you. I have a few of these on my bikes and in my spares bin. Re. the headbadges, my experience has been that the the PX-10E and PX-10LE always had a sticker while the other models such as the PR-10's had a metal and plastic headbadge. It would seem to me that the nicer metal and plastic headbadge would have been used on their top models but can only guess that they used the sticker to imply that every effort was made to save weight. The PX-10E was among the lightest production bikes you could buy in early/mid 70's.
Hope that helps a bit.........
> PX-10 fans:
> Can anyone advise me on what the "stock" gearing was on PX-10's in the 1975 -
> 1977 range? I'm building one up and have fitted a 52/45 Stronglight 93 crankset
> so a less than corncob freewheel would be best unless I restrict the use to
> relatively flat riding. RD is a Simplex 410 so it suppose it will be able to
> accomodate up to a 28 or so cog.
> Related matters:
> When did the plastic headbadges start showing up? My PR-10L has one but the PX-
> 10 has a sticker. Both the PR-10L and PX-10 frames have the newer style block
> lettering on the downtube transfer bounded by the French tricolor rings.
> Is anyone else having trouble opening the various PX-10 database pages (now
> only on the CR website)? I can't get to the decals or components pages (or
> links for that matter). Dale?
> Charlie Young