Old 08-16-19, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1 View Post
SS,
Very nice looking Peugeot.
I had the same problem with my RD and found a thread on this by googling "Repair Simplex RD Bike Forums".some RD's have to be removed by unscrewing the RD from the rear and many get the spring plate damaged by trying to use an"allen" on the front bolt stripping the retainer..there was a proposed fix for the plate that holds a spring in place, unfortunately, it did not work for me so I had to buy another RD to solve the problem.
Hopefully, your RD plate is not suffering the same issue and only the spring has slipped and it is just a matter of fine-tuning.
BTW I always ride a little before final wrapping of the bars but understand why you were in a hurry to ride the great-looking P.
Best, Ben
I had an LJ derailleur that did something similar although not quite as horizontal as yours. Shifted fine but it wasnt like the vertical simplex ones I have seen.
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