Simplex SLJ (2nd type with nub on bottom of barrel, double, gold anodized)
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Category:  Shifters
Name:  Simplex SLJ (2nd type with nub on bottom of barrel, double, gold anodized)
Brand:  Simplex
Primary Group:  Super LJ
Model:  SLJ5007
Years:  1973 - 1981
Country:  France
Weight:  94 grams (Spec)
Added By: peterbman on 03/14/18
Updated By: peterbman on 03/14/18
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Details:   The best of the Simplex lines of components.  Consisted primarily of Front and Rear Derailleurs as well as Shifters.  The SLJ designation was also given to other parts occasionally such as seat posts.
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Known for their black plastic (Delrin) derailleurs during the "bike boom" of the 1970's, they were at the forefront of innovation over the years, producing such highly regarded items as the Super LJ derailleurs, Retrofriction shifters, and very popular line of seat posts.

 
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