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If you fill all of them with parts, we won't be finding parts anymore :tongueout:
Looks like he's working on it...I don't mind the anticipation, he does a super "Krak" job with the organization, descriptions and photos
I'll take it!
Looks great! Nice you can ride in January, we just got a load of snow in Chicago
Wondering how you fit the new cranks & sprocket to the old...
I've seen that same mark on prewar Schwinn crank arms. Assumed it was a manufacturer, but don't know which
Super cool find! If it's a 24" wheel it might be a Model BOE, a 20" wheel is a Model BB1E. Curious what the serial number on the bottom of the...
Don't forket, I'm looking for one of these :grinning: thanks!
Not mine, saw this online...
Love the Xmas shot! What boy wouldn't have gone out in the snow and ice for a maiden ride on a bike like that??
I would guess that the dogleg crank was invented about 5 minutes after the invention of the chainguard.
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My projects are all "restore to original" affairs, but it would be fun to let loose and commit blasphemy without worrying about being struck by...
Schwinn published these as being from 1895
Schwinn-Mens-1895 by Tikibar posted Jan 7, 2018 at 12:55 PM
Schwinn_Assembly-Shop-1895 by Tikibar...