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Peugeot Deauville headset

Old 06-26-18, 02:49 AM
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Peugeot Deauville headset

Hello,
I got a Peugeot Deauville bike and I'm having problems finding the headset spare parts to this particular beauty.
I live in Helsinki and I've been asking around, but everyone tells me that french parts are hard to find. And I understand it now.
Does anyone have any clues where I could order parts on the web? Or even better, if anyone here lives in Helsinki/Finland, contact me if you know someplace, some guy... etcetc.

//Markus
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Old 06-26-18, 06:27 AM
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Try Velo Orange - https://velo-orange.com/collections/headsets - they ship overseas. Otherwise, have a look on eBay, there's always plenty of parts listed.
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How old is the bike? The examples I was able to find dated from the late 1980's. If yours is that age, there would be nothing out of the ordinary about the headset. By that time most French bikes were no longer using French threading and dimensions.
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I see this is your first post, so welcome. There is a classic and vintage forum, and your question would be better in that forum. The reason is that there are some Peugeot experts there that don't usually look at this subforum. Perhaps the moderator can move you to C&V.. There are also some French language sites that can help.
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