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Crusty Canadian market 82 Peugeot - French threaded?

Old 10-23-23, 06:45 PM
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Crusty Canadian market 82 Peugeot - French threaded?

The model is a sprint. Ive got a stonglight puller but have been known to strip a crankset and bottom bracket or two so figured Id check here for any thoughts first:






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The Stronglight puller is bigger - if it won't fit in the crank, use a standard (haha) one.

That crank looks like a Solida to me.

Measure your tube diameters - if they are metric it's a good bet the threads are as well.
Another clue to BB threads can be had by pulling the fork and checking its threads (do they mesh with a 24tpi bit).
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Youre right, they are Solida. Will give the above a try.
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That may be a Swiss threaded bb
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That may be a Swiss threaded bb
Oh no. Where would that leave me?
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Clockwise to remove?
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chainset appears Verot's model 100

22mm puller

look at fixed cup, not shown in photos provided

if it is oro finish it may exhibit a knurled edge

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Originally Posted by polymorphself
Oh no. Where would that leave me?
Since my 1980 PKN-10 was Swiss-threaded, I think yours likely may be, as well. Otherwise, it is probably ISO. Either way, the fixed cup will unscrew clockwise, rather than anticlockwise. Try the Sheldon Brown bolt, washers, and nut approach.
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FWIW, my Canadian 83 UO14 was standard threaded. It does however have an SR version of the Stronglight 99.
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Originally Posted by John E
Since my 1980 PKN-10 was Swiss-threaded, I think yours likely may be, as well. Otherwise, it is probably ISO. Either way, the fixed cup will unscrew clockwise, rather than anticlockwise. Try the Sheldon Brown bolt, washers, and nut approach.
Did cranks come swiss threaded as well?
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Originally Posted by polymorphself
Did cranks come swiss threaded as well?

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no such beastie


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Didn't think so, thanks!
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Where are the Canadians? Even if Velo Sport is in Quebec, I guess not French.
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Originally Posted by polymorphself
Did cranks come swiss threaded as well?
As noted in another reply, there is no Swiss thread for pedals, but there are French/metric and ISO/stanadrd. My US version had Stronglight cranks and ISO pedal threading.
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Originally Posted by Classtime
Where are the Canadians? Even if Velo Sport is in Quebec, I guess not French.

I never had a Canadian Peugeot so cant really comment! 😇. And for now Quebec is still in Canada, though who knows with Alberta.
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