In answer to your Huret Jubilee rear der. question - yes, IIRC there is a wee stamped steel adapter that slips over the rear of the pivot bolt (in place of the rear hex nut?), and has an ear with an adjuster screw that bumps into the forged stop on the Campy dropout to allow parallelogram angle adjustment. Does anyone have some (I could use a couple as well)?
Greg Parker A2 MI USA
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> From: "Beyer Jr., Chris (C.C.)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2002 12:34:38 -0400
> Subject: [CR]Huret Jubilee mounting?
> Greetings, Fellow connoisseurs:
> I know we've covered in previous discussions how to adapt a Simplex or
> Huret dropout to take a Campagnolo (or other non-French) rear derailleur.
> What I need to know is how to adapt a Huret Jubilee to work on a Campagnolo
> dropout. The derailleur has a little boss cast (forged?) into it which is
> obviously designed to work with a Simplex or Huret dropout. Is there some
> sort of gizmo needed to use this fine piece of cycling artisanry on a
> Campagnolo dropout?
> Also..........still searching for a 32h high-flange NR front hub.