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12-04-22, 02:34 PM
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Posted By Random Tandem

I have a French saddle of similar vintage and...

I have a French saddle of similar vintage and condition (I mean before your treatment), would you be willing to share the details of what you did? Thanks.

-Will
11-20-22, 08:27 PM
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Posted By 1simplexnut

Fallout ? remover ? The mind boggles ! ...

Fallout ? remover ? The mind boggles ! :twitchy:

Nice job on the Peugeot !!
11-20-22, 06:52 AM
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Posted By georges1

great restoration job, thanks for sharing:thumb:

great restoration job, thanks for sharing:thumb:
11-20-22, 06:00 AM
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Posted By Murray Missile

First just let me say you are doing an amazing...

First just let me say you are doing an amazing job, absolutely inspiring. I have a PX-10 in dire need of the kind of attention you are giving your bike and after following this thread I would have to...
11-16-22, 09:51 PM
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Posted By pastorbobnlnh

I've been using Effetto Mariposa Carogna tape in...

I've been using Effetto Mariposa Carogna tape in the small 16mm wide shop rolls...
11-05-22, 05:21 AM
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Posted By mtbikerjohn

I've been using Jagwire Campy derailleur cables...

I've been using Jagwire Campy derailleur cables for my Simplex shifters, which are a perfect fit..the Shimano ends are a hair too big and would need a bit of filing.
11-04-22, 09:53 PM
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Posted By Andrew R Stewart

Mafac Racer brakes (and other models I have dealt...

Mafac Racer brakes (and other models I have dealt with) used shifter cables for the straddle. Sometimes the head needed size deduction to better fit the brake arm's end. One trick we did was to grind...
10-26-22, 08:45 AM
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Posted By markk900

Sorin So glad they arrived safely.....cheapest...

Sorin So glad they arrived safely.....cheapest parcel post has no tracking so I worried they would get lost. And ironically I had just logged into BF to send you a message to see if you got them yet....
10-19-22, 01:55 PM
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Posted By EVlove

The 25mm Rally pre-stretching at what my crummy...

The 25mm Rally pre-stretching at what my crummy foot pump claims is 80 psi. These old rims are of course narrow, 20mm outside-outside, so the cloth is showing. Too much?
...
10-19-22, 01:43 PM
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Posted By Classtime

Sorin 20 bucks per is less than I paid for my...

Sorin 20 bucks per is less than I paid for my Rallys when I tried them (and rejected -- never to buy again). But if you can get 3 tires for 60 bucks, go for it. OR tubular tire sewup tire Servizio...
10-19-22, 12:52 PM
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Posted By HillRider

Even if the new freewheel is a standard spaced...

Even if the new freewheel is a standard spaced 6-speed and requires a 126mm OLD, you can most likely keep the current 132mm axle. Add the needed 6mm of spacers (most or all on the non-drive side)...
10-19-22, 08:37 AM
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Posted By Andrew R Stewart

First- Have you test fitted the fw onto the hub...

First- Have you test fitted the fw onto the hub yet? This fw looks to be an ultra six, if so they are only a mm or two wider than a 5 cog one and might clear the stay end as is.

If you do the...
10-16-22, 07:51 AM
Replies: 29
Views: 6,158
Posted By pastorbobnlnh

Converting a Winner/New Winner/Winner Pro/Winner...

Converting a Winner/New Winner/Winner Pro/Winner (yes there are four versions in the Winner family with the first and last sharing the same name) from standard to Ultra spacing can be challenging due...
10-15-22, 03:04 PM
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Views: 6,158
Posted By steelbikeguy

For the New Winner freewheel, this chart shows...

For the New Winner freewheel, this chart shows what cog types and spacers are used for the various configurations.

https://live.staticflickr.com/4239/35033892456_0104a47aa4_b_d.jpg
full...
10-15-22, 02:45 PM
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Posted By Aardwolf

I'm using Mavic Monthlery Route (21.5mm) rims,...

I'm using Mavic Monthlery Route (21.5mm) rims, I've put Vittoria Rubino Pro G+ 28mm on them.
Works fine and they're 28mm at 75 psi, I've done about 1k miles on them (with Orange Seal in them).
In...
10-12-22, 01:48 PM
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Posted By Bad Lag

Let me ask a question or two, which I hope do not...

Let me ask a question or two, which I hope do not offend.

Why would you deep clean a bike like this knowing that if you ride it, it will be relatively filthy again after just one ride? Is this to...
10-10-22, 02:08 PM
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Posted By Trakhak

The OP's contributions and those of all who have...

The OP's contributions and those of all who have posted here have made this thread a pure pleasure to read.
10-10-22, 06:32 AM
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Posted By ehcoplex

https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikeforums.net-vbulle...

https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikeforums.net-vbulletin/500x409/dropout_spacer2_e1461571683202_f191aab00105ec460c5b0b872a5871086abb57dc.jpg
10-08-22, 07:00 AM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By pastorbobnlnh

Sorin, if you want to preserve originality, we...

Sorin, if you want to preserve originality, we could probably work out what's needed for me to send you an Atom, Maillard, or Regina, that's been cleaned and serviced. Let me dig through what I have...
10-08-22, 06:18 AM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By JohnDThompson

Unless you're restoring the bike for a museum...

Unless you're restoring the bike for a museum display, it shouldn't matter. The profiled teeth on the modern SunRace and Shimano freewheels shift markedly better than SunTour's with either friction...
10-08-22, 04:38 AM
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Views: 976
Posted By Jeff Neese

You say you don't want Sunrace, but people seem...

You say you don't want Sunrace, but people seem to like them. Either the Sunrace that is "HG compatible" or a 6-speed Shimano HG, along with a new HG chain like the HG71, will improve shifting...
10-07-22, 06:53 AM
Replies: 73
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Posted By Classtime

I must say that you are doing a fantastic job on...

I must say that you are doing a fantastic job on those parts and inspiring me to clean mine up. I can’t wait to see your “new” frame and fork. Most folks replace the whole set of bearings but I’ve...
10-06-22, 06:53 AM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By Classtime

Consider IRD. ...

Consider IRD.
https://www.interlocracing.com/shop/ird-freewheel-cyclone-mark-1-5sp-4670?search=freewheel#attr=3236
10-05-22, 10:44 AM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By Paul Waque

The SunRace product has worked well for me on...

The SunRace product has worked well for me on those hubs. It has a usable 14-28 range. The spacers between cogs are yellow plastic, cogs are chrome.Sunrace 5 Speed Bicycle Freewheel - MFM2A on...
10-05-22, 06:08 AM
Replies: 43
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Posted By Hondo6

There are a number of Suntour Ultra 6 freewheels...

There are a number of Suntour Ultra 6 freewheels available right now on eBay. Closest ratio one I saw was 13-18; widest was 13-30. I think more than one 14-28 was available NOS.
...
10-03-22, 07:00 PM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By pastorbobnlnh

John, the model the OP has pictured does not have...

John, the model the OP has pictured does not have an oil port in the outer body.

IMO, a Suntour Perfect or ProCompe freewheel would provide a good replacement which can provide the lower gears....
10-03-22, 12:08 PM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By JohnDThompson

The pictured freewheel is an older version and...

The pictured freewheel is an older version and uses a different removal tool than the one you used for your freewheel.

The individual sprockets listed on that page are for Uniglide cassettes, and...
10-03-22, 11:13 AM
Replies: 32
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Posted By JohnDThompson

The only compelling reasons to remove the fixed...

The only compelling reasons to remove the fixed cup are to replace it if it is damaged, or if you're repainting the frame. If you've already decided to leave the headset cup in place, why not the...
10-02-22, 03:29 PM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By oneclick

Maillard/Normandy/Atom hubs with a ring-groove...

Maillard/Normandy/Atom hubs with a ring-groove between the freewheel seat and the spoke flange are imperial threads.
10-02-22, 02:12 PM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By repechage

Uniglide evolved. Uniglide spacing is different...

Uniglide evolved.
Uniglide spacing is different from Hyperglide spacing- Hyperglide arrived after SIS, less distance between the cogs. You might get a Uniglide to index but not as well.
10-02-22, 11:16 AM
Replies: 32
Views: 2,222
Posted By Charles Wahl

First things first, even if just removing old...

First things first, even if just removing old stuff to replace it: Sorin needs to determine whether the fixed cup is left-hand (English or Swiss) or right-hand (French or Italian) thread to remove...
10-02-22, 10:47 AM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By Charles Wahl

I am not convinced (by your single photo) that...

I am not convinced (by your single photo) that there is anything seriously wrong with your freewheel. An UltraGlide FW probably has some shorter teeth on each cog as a stratagem to aid in smooth...
10-02-22, 09:38 AM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By bikemig

There may be markings on the freewheel and/or the...

There may be markings on the freewheel and/or the hub to indicate the threading but yeah you will likely have to measure this. Still there is no reason to buy NOS; there are plenty of decent 2d hand...
10-02-22, 09:35 AM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By Bianchigirll

Are they marked like a Campi?

Are they marked like a Campi?
10-02-22, 08:47 AM
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Views: 976
Posted By Road Fan

I agree, this is one of the most critical points...

I agree, this is one of the most critical points - Need to measure the OD of the hub threading precisely with a dial, vernier or digital caliper. Also, the hub thread must be measured with a...
10-02-22, 08:05 AM
Replies: 43
Views: 976
Posted By Classtime

So, we can assume the hub is English thread...

So, we can assume the hub is English thread because of the Shimano freewheel? My 73 PA-10 is French.
10-02-22, 08:01 AM
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Views: 976
Posted By Mr. 66

Just checking, are you certain that the freewheel...

Just checking, are you certain that the freewheel threading is compatible with your Normandy hubs. 1975 is possibly Frenchy
09-29-22, 10:44 AM
Replies: 32
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Posted By rustystrings61

Here is probably your best bet to remove the...

Here is probably your best bet to remove the fixed cup - https://www.sheldonbrown.com/tooltips/bbcups.html

Scroll down to where the late St. Sheldon describes fixed-cup tools. I have successfully...
09-29-22, 08:00 AM
Replies: 32
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Posted By JohnDThompson

Are there any markings on the cups? Sometimes...

Are there any markings on the cups? Sometimes thread spec is explicitly marked, other times in an arcane manner.
09-28-22, 11:44 AM
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Posted By dddd

Heat from a torch is what is needed to remove the...

Heat from a torch is what is needed to remove the typically tightly-installed cotters on any old Peugeot, etc.

Even using a good press, the threaded stud usually bends if considerable heat isn't...
09-27-22, 12:45 PM
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Posted By markk900

Nothing to lose when the crank arms are...

Nothing to lose when the crank arms are removed....If you further open up the bottom bracket (where the axle and bearings are) there are additional parts to watch out for. I believe french cotters...
09-26-22, 08:13 PM
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Views: 2,503
Posted By ehcoplex

Some discussion of the PA-10 lugs (& more) in...

Some discussion of the PA-10 lugs (& more) in this thread... (https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vintage/1083603-help-model-year-pegeout-pa10.html)
09-26-22, 06:23 PM
Replies: 73
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Posted By dddd

The lugs are interesting, and the geometry (at...

The lugs are interesting, and the geometry (at least in the catalog photo and on Classtime's bike) looks correctly quite "upright" as would be a distinct feature of Peugeot's Thevenet-era racing...
09-26-22, 07:37 AM
Replies: 73
Views: 2,503
Posted By T-Mar

+1. Components and frame feature are indicative...

+1. Components and frame feature are indicative of a PA10 variant, The subject logo style was introduced for the 1975 model year while the presence of a serial number plate indicates it's no newer...
09-26-22, 07:14 AM
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Views: 2,503
Posted By Classtime

Looks like my PA-10E. Are your wheels for tubular...

Looks like my PA-10E. Are your wheels for tubular tires? That would be original but mine came to me with 27” clincher tires. The paint looks pretty good so polish, touch up and wax. Take your time...
09-26-22, 06:45 AM
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Views: 2,503
Posted By ehcoplex

Looks kinda like a PA-10... though the down-tube...

Looks kinda like a PA-10... though the down-tube decal is different.https://www.bikeboompeugeot.com/Brochures%20USA/Peugeot%201974%20USA%20Brochure/Peugeot%201974%20USA%20Brochure%20Page%2015.jpg
09-07-22, 03:50 PM
Replies: 27
Views: 719
Posted By pastorbobnlnh

EVlove , rhm can recover your Brooks saddle and...

EVlove , rhm can recover your Brooks saddle and you can customize it in the process, if you so choose. Rudy's work is exceptional. He made me this Ideale which was his 10th saddle. Since he's way...
08-10-22, 03:46 PM
Replies: 25
Views: 837
Posted By markk900

Grail Bike - but not in the way you might think

I finally caught a grail bike today - a Peugeot AO-8 from 1974 or 75…. What! Are Mark’s standards so out of whack a lowly entry level bike boom Pug is a grail bike?

Let me explain: I have owned...
02-01-08, 03:12 AM
Replies: 12
Views: 2,458
Posted By WNG

FYI... The hub in my avatar is my '75 high...

FYI...
The hub in my avatar is my '75 high flange Normandy off a Peugeot. It's English-threaded.
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