If you manage to take apart the side that does NOT have a sprocket, the other side will not need to be taken apart.
The wooden speedboats brought back memories of my grandfathers vacation cabin on the Chesapeake. I imagine his boat would be worth a small fortune...
Behold, the elusive goose neck stem! :android:
I wonder if those are coal fired or oil. :39:
If that's a 27" wheel, you could probably just switch to 700c.
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It seems this is the first I've seen of your posts, so...
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Hey, maybe all those clusters and chains are needed to carry the weight of all those clusters and chains. :rofl:
I wonder why he/she didn't thread the final cluster onto an internal 3-spd. :crazy::rofl:
Cracked buckets and torn boxes. Fair chance what I'm looking for will be at the bottom of the back stack. :crazy:
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I would check what late for dinner said, flat sided axles and keyhole dropouts are not unheard of on old bikes. Acts as a built in "safety".
Still probably more comfortable than some of those cool looking old tractor style saddles. :crazy:
Newer bikes on average tend to have better clearance than old ones. It's likely to be too tight on some 1960ish bikes.
Been riding street bikes in the 650-750 range for more than 40 years, never felt the need for anything bigger or faster. Currently I've got a 750...
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