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Allvit on an integral Simplex hanger?

Old 03-20-20, 06:30 PM
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Allvit on an integral Simplex hanger?

My question is in the title. Can that be done a nonviolent manner?
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Huret to Simplex Adapter

From the early 60's through the mid 70's on many French bikes, especially those built by "constructeurs" a buyer had to decide what brand of derailleur they wanted to use: Huret, Simplex or Campy.

Both Huret and Simplex thought that they could maintain market share buy making proprietary non compatible RD hangers. Suntour and Shimano adopted Campagnolo's style which became the de facto industry standard. That crushed the Gallic fantasies!

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juvela, I've never seen that # 1964 Huret to Simplex adapter before.

Here's the # 1945 adapter to mount an Allvit on a Campy dropout.



Someone modified a Simplex dropout by filing in travel stops.



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Originally Posted by juvela View Post
Well, that seems simple enough--I'll just run down to my LBS and pick up one of those Huret #1974 adapt-a-kits. They probably only cost what, a dollar or two?
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Jon, what in the world are you up to in this Covid-19 pandemic? Well, I guess utilizing an Allvit is a form of social distancing in the C&V world! But isn't social distancing built into the landscape in the Northeast Kingdom?
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Originally Posted by pastorbobnlnh View Post
Jon, what in the world are you up to in this Covid-19 pandemic? Well, I guess utilizing an Allvit is a form of social distancing in the C&V world! But isn't social distancing built into the landscape in the Northeast Kingdom?
It's also mud season, which is a traditional enforcer of social distancing...
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Originally Posted by pastorbobnlnh View Post
Jon, what in the world are you up to in this Covid-19 pandemic? Well, I guess utilizing an Allvit is a form of social distancing in the C&V world! But isn't social distancing built into the landscape in the Northeast Kingdom?
Bob, Iím curious as to how you and your congregation are handling this situation. Suspend services? Online services? Must be quite a challenge in your line of work.
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Bob, Iím curious as to how you and your congregation are handling this situation. Suspend services? Online services? Must be quite a challenge in your line of work.
Neal, for the past year I planned to take my first sabbatical in 40 years of ministry beginning after worship on March 15th. On the 14th we canceled worship for the 15th and since that time I've canceled the remainder of March and will probably cancel all of April--- possibly even longer.

Technically I'm on sabbatical until the end of June. The retired pastor who is supposed to cover for me (on a part-time basis) is currently stuck in SC. He hopes to be back in NH on April 1. Since I'm away on the coast of GA, doing anything on-line is not practical. I'm sending weekly emails of encouragement to the congregation. My frustration is I was supposed be away and off-line from the congregation. That's turning out to be difficult.

Thanks for asking and hope your new normal of all distance learning at the university level goes well.

jonwvara I'm not missing mud season!
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