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    chain ring id

    Schwinn Mead
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    Any help would be appreciated

    Looks like a SUNBEAM (make)
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    CCM Imperial Mark II

    Also, your bike was originally a 3 speed, now it's just c o a s t i n g
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    CCM Imperial Mark II

    1 9 6 2
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    Iver project

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    Antique Brooks Saddle

    Not prewar with that modern Brooks logo. Prewar logos were oval in shape as shown here. Yours, typically fitted to Raleighs. Looks '60s/70s........ rough life
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    WTB Messinger B1 saddle

    You can also use a LOBDELL saddle. Mine was original with this make!
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    Tank ID

    Possibly JC Higgins
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    anybody recognize these pedals ?

    BRAMPTON, England, thirties
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    Looking for help

    On the seat post lug (non chain ring side) there will be a vertical stamped serial number beginning with a letter followed by a series of numbers like this>> S48621 The letter will denote the year, in this case, 1931.
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    Anyone recognize this sprocket?

    Made by the Fauber Co.
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    1936 CCM

    Circa 1948
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    CCM Flyte at auction - estimate 300-500 CAD

    There is not one part on this bike that is factory correct. Not even the seat post clamp! Well, the Williams chain ring, (small English bottom bracket) given that the bike was an export model. Even the "Winner" badge is a loser...... (I have one that's NOS). Can't discern the year, suspecting...
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    1920’s Schwinn 18 in tubeless tires

    Another option is to rout out channels on either side of the interior wood where the metal edge stops. I performed this using a 1/4" metal router bit. Set up as shown. There are other ways to achieve this result, possibly using a table saw with a dado blade. I have not attempted to install a...
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