Maillard Normandy (high flange, oblong holes)
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Category:  Hubs
Name:  Maillard Normandy (high flange, oblong holes)
Brand:  Maillard
Model:  Sport
Years:  Mid 1960's - Early 1980's
Country:  France
Added By: peterbman on 01/10/17
Updated By: Wolfram Verktyg on 12/10/17
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Maillard Normandy (high flange, oblong holes)Maillard Normandy (high flange, oblong holes)Maillard Normandy (high flange, oblong holes)
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Gear Compatibility FreewheelFront Bearing Size/Count
Rear Bearing Size/CountRear Spacing122mm
Spoke Drilling36Flange SizeHigh Flange
Gear Threading/Pattern English/ISO: 1.375 x 24 TPI;
French: 1.366" x 25.4 tpi
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Axle MaterialSteelShell MaterialAluminum
General Information
Normandy, Atom and Maillard were all separate companies until they got absorbed by Maillard. Except for Freewheels, Normandy and Atom products were marketed under the Normandy brand. They were entry level to mid range whereas many Maillard products were better quality such as the Maillard 700 hubs.
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 Hubs, pedals and freewheels maker. Between 1950 and the late 60's, absorbed smaller companies Atom (freewheels, pedals) and Normandy (hubs), whose brands survived on a number of Maillard-made products until the early 80's.
 
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