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Old 10-20-21, 05:13 PM
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Rear dropout on a mid-60’s Fiorelli Road bike.



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This one makes me smile.

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So is this the "Show me artsy photos of your bike bits" thread?

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HURET 1977 Type Dropouts

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This one makes me smile.

That's a Huret 1977 Type Dropout with an industry standard Campagnolo style derailleur hanger. The derailleur is a Spidel badged Simplex SLJ 5500 CP/SP with a 30T Max freewheel sprocket size.

NOTE: the openings of the dropouts and fork ends are tapered to make putting the wheels in easier. WOW! such a simple idea!!! They have a built in derailleur cable stop. From ~1977 into the early 1980's lot of mid range and up Motobecanes came with those dropouts.



OH! I guess I'm being too literal/technical DOH ???



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SR RD with Ti pivot bolts and Regina America Superleggera aluminum cogged FW and hollow pin chain on my 83 Signature Davidson with Portecatena rear dropouts ......

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The devil is in...
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What am I looking at here? This doesn't look good. A broken nipple?
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What am I looking at here? This doesn't look good. A broken nipple?
Yes, I have a wheel with alloy nipples. I was having an issue with even tensioning the rear wheel on my Miyata, and that one blew. I'm going to have to strip the wheel down, check the hoop for quality. If the rim is still up to par I'll slap some brass ones on and rebuild. I'm thinking my rim is nearing the big recycling bin in the sky.
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Head tube lug and art deco logo/badge details
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The TA alloy cable clamps and spring guide, for holding the front and rear brake cables, front over bars rear under.
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Originally Posted by Mr. 66 View Post
Yes, I have a wheel with alloy nipples. I was having an issue with even tensioning the rear wheel on my Miyata, and that one blew. I'm going to have to strip the wheel down, check the hoop for quality. If the rim is still up to par I'll slap some brass ones on and rebuild. I'm thinking my rim is nearing the big recycling bin in the sky.
I bought a pair of lightweight Vuelta rims from Nashbar that had aluminum nipples. They were under $200 so I looked at them as being disposable. When the nipples started breaking (and they did), I couldn’t justify throwing them out. Everything else about the wheels was great. Did the brass nipple upgrade and they’ve been rock solid since.
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