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Old 07-29-19, 04:27 PM
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Sachs Huret Duopar titanium rear derailleur

Good working order.
The jockey wheel bearings have been serviced.
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Old 08-13-19, 08:41 AM
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Old 08-29-19, 01:55 PM
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This looks like a 5-speed era part?
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Originally Posted by BertoBerg View Post
This looks like a 5-speed era part?
Should work on at least up to 7 speeds on most setups.
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Originally Posted by BertoBerg View Post
This looks like a 5-speed era part?
It's from a 1983 or "84 trek.
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Old 08-31-19, 11:07 PM
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Does it have a three or four digit date code stamped on the back?
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Does it have a three or four digit date code stamped on the back?
I don't see any date code, were is it located?
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I don't see any date code, were is it located?
I知 not 100% sure. I was just reading that Sachs liked to stamp date codes on the back side.
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Old 08-31-19, 11:32 PM
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Originally Posted by BertoBerg View Post
I’m not 100% sure. I was just reading that Sachs liked to stamp date codes on the back side.
This is from a Trek 720, after checking the catalogs I believe 1985 was the only year this derailleur was used.
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Originally Posted by brian3069 View Post
This is from a Trek 720, I believe 1985 was the only year this derailleur was used.
That痴 what I figured and exactly the bike I have
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That痴 what I figured and exactly the bike I have
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Do you need my PayPal info.
Ha, I知 going to think on it. I知 not sure if I need to spend that much money on this right now. Thanks for answering all of my questions though.
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Ha, I知 going to think on it. I知 not sure if I need to spend that much money on this right now. Thanks for answering all of my questions though.
My pleasure!
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just to note, trek used the duopar in atleast '82, also
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This might have been an "upgrade." I think Trek used the steel version, not the ti one, on its bikes but perhaps I'm mistaken. I used one--the steel version--on a cross country tour in '97. It worked great and handles a ridiculous amount of chain. Some people love it, others hate it but I thought it works well.
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just to note, trek used the duopar in atleast '82, also
The Duopars used prior to 84 on the 720 would have been marked as "Huret" not with the "Sachs*Huret" logo.

The 720 (728) always came with the Ti version.
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Originally Posted by The Golden Boy View Post
The Duopars used prior to 84 on the 720 would have been marked as "Huret" not with the "Sachs*Huret" logo.

The 720 (728) always came with the Ti version.

I did not know that the 728 came stock with the Ti version of the duopar; very cool.
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I did not know that the 728 came stock with the Ti version of the duopar; very cool.
Now that you mention it- I started doing some picture searching- and I think you're right- the Ti isn't specced on the 82 - 84 catalogs- if it was Ti- it would be mentioned- like it was on the 85 catalog.

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