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  1. Andrew Gorman

    COLUMBIA 2 SPEED SHAFT DRIVE BEVEL GEAR CHAINLESS COASTER BRAKE PARTS WANTED

    That is the Pope coaster hub? I have one, but I think it takes ball end spokes. The innards should be the same. I'll look tomorrow.
  2. Andrew Gorman

    26” hard rubber tire/NOS

    They ride like you have 15 PSI in the tires, but actually make a pretty convincing display tire for 28" singletube rims.
  3. Andrew Gorman

    Correct skirt guard material for 1935 Silver King?

    Ca. 1910 catalogs would mention "mohair cord". The 1939 Island Cycle Supply just mentions "cotton cord" or "lacing cord". Remnants I've seen look like heavy woven fishing line. I like, but don't need the colorful woven ones from Europe...
  4. Andrew Gorman

    Fender bomb uranium glass lens only

    Like these? Not my auction. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&toolid=10001&campid=5335809022&icep_item=224147302054
  5. Andrew Gorman

    From rust to glory... The story of a 1902 Pierce chainless cushion restoration begins!

    It looks like the seat collar unscrews- that looks like a hole for a pin spanner, with a little wear from tightening it. But it sill looks like the seatpost has sunk down. If you go into production with the water jet tread strips I think you'd have a lot of customers- at least I'd want a few!
  6. Andrew Gorman

    Greyhound?

    Centrix is a German hub. At least you have cottered cranks!
  7. Andrew Gorman

    TURLOCK SWAP MEET

    If you have a swap, advertise! Frankly. I'd rather buy stuff i don't need off of the interwebs.
  8. Andrew Gorman

    TURLOCK SWAP MEET

    So the schedule is secret so the "in crowd" can convince themselves they are getting stinking deals? I just don't get it.
  9. Andrew Gorman

    Unknown crankset retention on a "Schuhof" frame

    Nope, you have the dreaded German "Glockenlager". They tighten up, but have no internal treads for a puller. There is a tool for pulling them, but I have never seen an actual one. A steel bar is threaded for a typical crank puller bolt and is clamped on to the crankarm in two or three places...
  10. Andrew Gorman

    TURLOCK SWAP MEET

    That much was obvious... Is it a regular event? When is the next one?
  11. Andrew Gorman

    TURLOCK SWAP MEET

    I had no idea that this was going on. When and where?
  12. Andrew Gorman

    Sold Park PRS-6 bicycle repair stand

    I have one of these stands and like it a lot!
  13. Andrew Gorman

    1930s or 1940s Bauer Bicycle Help

    German bikes were virtually unchanged for decades- that style of bike was built into the 1970's. If the rear hub is a Torpedo it should have a date on the hub, and if early enough, some interior components. What are the handgrips made of? Pre war in Germany was usually celluloid, then bakelite...
  14. Andrew Gorman

    Velocipede help?

    It's a "Fairy Tricycle", not a velocipede (although people seem to call them that). It's not a kids "riding toy" and it is not an over the road machine so the market is a little narrow. And the bike is wide and hard to store. Here is a similar one...