[CR]derailleur hanger adapters, was Huret Adapter

Example: Framebuilders

Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 21:42:16 -0200
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
From: "Harvey M. Sachs" <sachs@erols.com>
Subject: [CR]derailleur hanger adapters, was Huret Adapter

I'm fairly certain that the Jubilees came in two variants. One was designed for the Huret drop-out, and the other fit the campy style, without adapters. I have seen and used adapters that allow the infamous Duo-Par with anti-backup to work with either style dropout, if memory serves.

harvey sachs mcLean va
   >Hi Jack,
   >There is currently a set of derailleur adapters (Qty 10) you seem to
   >describe on ebay, but I am unsure what model Huret rear derailleurs they
   >fit. I would be hesitant to try them on any of my Huret Jubilees!
   >They allow the derailleur to be anchored to a frame that has no derailleur
   >bottom bracket ie Super Course or low-end Raleighs or Gitanes.
   >Is this what you are refering to?
   >Regards, Steve Neago
   >Cincinnati, OH
   >----- Original Message -----
   >From: "jack taylor" <wayofftheback@hotmail.com>
   >To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
   >Sent: Monday, January 28, 2002 4:53 PM
   >Subject: [CR]Huret adopter
   > > I believe that Huret manufactured a little adopter that allowed Huret
   > > derialleurs made for Huret dropouts to be used with Campagnolo style
   > > dropouts. Is this corrrect?
   > >
   > > If this is correct, does any have one of these they would be willing to
   > > sell?
   > >
   > > Regards,
   > >
   > > John Taglia