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Does anyone have a Lambert rear derailleur

Old 12-02-20, 02:04 PM
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Does anyone have a Lambert rear derailleur

Hello,
I have a lambert and am looking for a rear derailleur. If anybody has one they would sell me, please let me know. Thanks!
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Old 12-02-20, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Z3027R View Post
Hello,
I have a lambert and am looking for a rear derailleur. If anybody has one they would sell me, please let me know. Thanks!
Technically you need a membership to post in the Buy and Sell thread, which is the correct place for this post. However, you're new and I forgive you ..interestingly there's an ad on that same thread for Lambert stuff.
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ok, thanks for your help
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First off, good luck finding one. Fully 99% of them ended up on the scrap heap. The fastest one of I know of that failed was at a bicycle shop I was working at that sold them. The customer made is 1/3rd of the way home when it failed (he was dropped off at the shop to pick it up), and we had to replace it with a Sun Tour.

Secondly, if you do find manage to find one, don't mount it. Put it in a nice clear plastic case and keep it with the (I assume) restored to original Lambert. And install a 1973 vintage Sun Tour in its place, for actual riding. To say they're horrible is to be charitable.
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