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Old 05-21-10, 12:09 PM
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Suntour seven Pulley

I have a suntour seven rear derailleur and the first jockey pulley is worn. Can I replace it with any old wheel or do I need a specific suntour wheel?

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Either cog from virtually any 1970s-generation Suntour rear derailleur will do the job. Most vintage bike hobbyists would have what you need, and maybe even one or two bike shops (!), in their buckets of old parts.
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Suntour and Campagnolo derailleur pulleys were interchangeable, if I remember correctly. Shimano were unique because of the size of the mounting bolt/bushing, so one of theirs won't work for you.
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Thanks, I have access to a bin full of old derailleurs so ill look for a campy or suntour one. Thanks?
any idea how much a 1984 miyata mixte is worth
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When you say "worn," is it the teeth that are worn or does it not spin as smoothly? If it's the latter, you may be able to open it up, clean, and re-lube.
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teeth are worn down almost completely
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Did't Huret Allvit's come with round, toothless pulleys?
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