[CR]Rally derailleurs

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From: "Kahrl, Michael" <Michael.Kahrl@andrew.com>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 11:05:38 -0400
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Subject: [CR]Rally derailleurs


You're right, I should have been more precise and said I agreed with some, or most, of what had been said before. I agree with you and Sheldon that t hey do not shift as well as Shimano derailleurs I used at that time. I agr ee with Jerry that they shift as well as other European deraillers I had al so used at that time (faint praise, I admit). And I agree with you in that today they look pretty nice on a vintage bike.

I implied that they were durable when I said I had been using one for twelv e years but I should have indicated that I had not used a Shimano derailleu r for an equal period of time to properly compare it with.

Michael Kahrl Columbus, Ohio

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