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  1. Rusty Klunker

    Schwinn fresh from the trash

    The Bendix part number for a blue band 36 hole overdrive kickback is 480840. If you wanted just the shell, the part number is AB-401
  2. Rusty Klunker

    2 speed kickbacks

    A little late to this thread but, the yellow band axle has a shoulder in the middle too. The difference in the axles is the yellow/blue band axle AB304 is its longer.. about a half inch. All of them need to be taken apart in the proper gear or you risk breaking one of the springs inside.
  3. Rusty Klunker

    Multi speed Town & Country tandem with drum brakes?

    My bad, saw town & country and thought three wheeler
  4. Rusty Klunker

    Multi speed Town & Country tandem with drum brakes?

    I've seen different versions of the three wheeler, some one wheel drive some two wheel drive. Not sure what was made when. They did make 2 speed kickback and three speed versions. I had a red band for one. The spoke flange was cut off on one side and another sprocket was welded on in the middle...
  5. Rusty Klunker

    Another Bendix 2 speed hub question

    What I had noticed is this ring. It only exists on the yellow band. The sprocket on a blue band is a completely different animal, looks nothing like it. I have a feeling an "original" 36 spoke blue band is a rare hub. Stingrays had 28 spokes. Bendix made them and replacement hub shells, but how...
  6. Rusty Klunker

    Another Bendix 2 speed hub question

    About the sprockets, a yellow band will have an 18t or 19t. A blue band will only have a 20t.
  7. Rusty Klunker

    1959 Schwinn Jaguar

    Very nice! There were 6 Schwinn shops within about 5 miles from where I grew up only one is still around. I can only remember the names of 4 but don't recall a jacks. Is there a ph number on it?
  8. Rusty Klunker

    Another Bendix 2 speed hub question

    The blue and yellow band came out at the same time. Besides the paint there are three parts that are different between them. The brake arm, which doesn't really matter the sprocket and driving screw. You can swap the last two parts out and make a yellow a blue or blue a yellow. And like island...
  9. Rusty Klunker

    Schwinn fresh from the trash

    Your 2 speed is actually a yellow band. Weather the blue stripes were painted on or yellow guts were installed in a blue shell, who knows. Still a great find!
  10. Rusty Klunker

    64 CoEd issue

    Red band or yellow?
  11. Rusty Klunker

    how many Cabers have ridden 100 miles on a bike all at once?

    Younger days Way back I rode from Cherry Hill to Wildwood a few times, Maybe not 100 miles but pretty close. That was on a bike I've owned since new, a Panasonic sport 1000. Still ride this bike often but lucky if I ride 20 miles a day.
  12. Rusty Klunker

    Found Bendix Two Speed 18 tooth sprocket

    What color hub are you building, red or yellow? A picture would be very helpful.
  13. Rusty Klunker

    Schwinn cruiser identity help

    Here is one local to me that doesn't look to be messed with. https://southjersey.craigslist.org/bik/d/toms-river-26-schwinn-beach-cruiser/6908315104.html Interesting about the HL stem, I have an 89 with the same stem and fork have to open it up and look at it.
  14. Rusty Klunker

    Schwinn cruiser identity help

    From a discussion about a year ago. Someone trying to identify their bikes. Hungarians 88 thru 93. And Jeffs pics of a 93 and 91, could be a 90 surely not a 72.
  15. Rusty Klunker

    Schwinn cruiser identity help

    72 the SN would be on the head tube. The SN tools wont work on this bike, its to new. The fork and stem say late 80's early 90's Looking at the number on your head badge I'd say its a 90.