Huret
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Country:FrancePrimary Focus:Drivetrain Components
Years of Operation:1950's - 1980
General Information
With Simplex, one of the main two French producers of derailleurs between WW2 and the late 80's.
History
 In 1980, a majority of Huret was bought by German company Sachs (today's SRAM), together with other gems of French component industry (Atom/Maillard). Huret's production survived in the following years under different labels: mainly Sachs-Huret, Sachs and more marginally Edco (Competition group).
  
Components
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View AllBrakes (2)Cranksets (1)Freewheels (1)
Front Derailleurs (23)Hubs (1)Rear Derailleurs (39)Seat Posts (1)
Shifters (15)Small Parts & Accessories (21)  
Recent Added / Updated Components
Component NameCategoryAdded / Updated
Huret twin shifter (no spring post)Shifters03/30/2017
Huret Course Competition (with spring post)Shifters03/30/2017
Huret Jubilee (4 holes in outer cage plate; deeper inner cage plate for triple chainring)Front Derailleurs03/18/2017
Huret Allvit (short levers/standard model)Shifters01/23/2017
Huret dropout adjusterSmall Parts & Accessories01/08/2017
Component Groups
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 - JubileeList 5 Components
Frame Parts - Recent Added / Updated
NameCategoryAdded / Updated
Huret "Honeycomb"Drop Outs & Fork Ends04/18/2017
HuretDrop Outs & Fork Ends12/30/2008
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Additional Resources
Catalog NameSourceFile SizeDate Added
Huret Catalogs 1969-1980Velo-Pages.comN/A2/20/2008
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