Re: [CR] Been offered a LeJeune Tandem... Anyone got info?


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Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 16:55:22 +0100
From: Hans Joergensen <haj@nathue.dk>
To: M-gineering <info@m-gineering.nl>
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Subject: Re: [CR] Been offered a LeJeune Tandem... Anyone got info?


On 17-Feb-2010, M-gineering wrote:
>> I am mostly curious about the original spec, as I'm not too sure
>> I'll want to use to many hard-to-find parts on it if we're actually
>> going touring on it. I think i'll feel better using easier to get
>> parts if something should break.
> Original means probably something horrible ;), i'd settle for practical.
> No point in overdoing the originality, it is not going to increase in
> value. Keep it safe and fun and reliable.

I have a few sets of ca. 1990 Shimano 105... Was thinking about using one of those.. :) (but it's off-topic i guess)

Hans Joergensen
Copenhagen, Denmark