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Huret Friction Shifter Parts Explosion diagram

Old 07-27-20, 12:00 PM
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Huret Friction Shifter Parts Explosion diagram

Hi, All.
Does anyone have a diagram for the Huret friction shifter circa 1976? I was changing the cable and when I unscrewed the screw it sprung off the mount and the parts went all over the place. I put it back to how I thought it should go, but now I keeps coming lose so I'm assuming it's assembled incorrectly. Thanks for any help.
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Old 07-27-20, 12:26 PM
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you do not mention a specific model

here are two manufacturer parts drawings from the Huret catalogue of 1978 -




here is a third model from the manufacturer's catalogue of 1974 -




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Old 07-27-20, 01:23 PM
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Thanks, Juvela. I can post pics now so here's what I have:


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Mine looks similar to the '74 model, but there is a brass and plastic washer in addition to what shown in the diagram.
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I found it.

Huret Accessoires Cycles Cyclomoteurs Motos - 1975 page 13

My derailleur is stamped 1976, but it's not in the '76 catalog so I thought the components were from '76. It looks like they're from '75. Thanks for the lead. This is really helpful.
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