Thanks for posting the link. What is the largest cog it can shift to? The upper pulley looks like it's in the usual position, so is it like a regular NR with a 26t max cog but that can handle a triple in front?
Mitch Harris Little Rock Canyon, Utah, USA
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On May 6, 2009, at 1:34 PM, Mark Petry <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've posted a pic of the Spence Wolf "Alpine" derailleur
> modification at the
> below URL
> this is the actual unit from which David's copies were made.
> Between this cool re-pop and Mr. Broderick's Mafac brake plates,
> it's safe
> to say that Spence's
> good work lives on. There could be few better tributes to the man;
> He was
> a genuine good soul.
> Thanks David!
> Mark Petry
> Bainbridge Island, WA