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    Mid Teens Morrow nut holds on brake arm-used and uncleaned!

    I'm not familiar with the Morrow hub, but I have seen 3/8x26tpi on some axles other than British stuff. From the looks of the above foto, this looks like a 24tpi threaded onto a 26tpi, or vice versa. They interface nicely until about a half inch together. Half the difference of 26-24=2/2=1...
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    Comment by 'TR6SC' in album 'Justie's junk... bigger piles'

    Must save the brain nede short on dnaor if itcandou.ill be back.
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    What bike did you ride today?

    Beware the Rides of March.
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    1936 Colson LWB

    Floyd, there aren't enough likes. I mean there are, but my finger will get tired of pushing the button. Beautiful work. Thanks for showing us how it's done, the right way!
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    Monark Silver King question

    Yes, your bike Is a 24". The 26X and the Hextube were the only 26" aluminums by Monark/Hawthorne.
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    Monark Silver King question

    Lovely bike Marius. The SK with 24” wheels handles fenders nicely. I opted to squeeze 26” wide rims and tires and forego the fenders. Here’s the front with no truss rods. The tire interferes with truss bracket. Rear wheel needs the axle most of the way back. I really wanted the truss, so I...
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    “The Unforgettable Big Wheel” 52” Ordinary High Wheel

    I remember Ashley Molk. Loved to track stall I recall. Great guy. Wasn’t he from Oregon?
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    Hi wheel bike

    Looks like a Columbia Expert. I'm going with mid to late 80s. Try looking on the backbone near the head for serial numbers. It's hard to see, but is there a dust cover on the headstock? This often has the manufacturer's name. Wheel size is usually stamped on the left fork, I believe.
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    Eiffel Tower or Giraffe Safety Bicycle

    No, that was the late great Steve Gordon. It was shot in Pasadena for the Guinness book. I think it was ‘84. This is the builder Dave Moore and me on the second and last ride of its life for a Guinness TV special. It’s a 10 foot diameter wheel. It is now yard art in Apple Valley, CA
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    39 Hawthorne Twin Bar

    Superb!!
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    And what does your work space look like? THE BIKE SHOP...YOURS!

    At this point my shop looks like a mess. Everything that was once inside is stashed in a container. Once the original roof came off an unexpected storm blew into town and trashed the drywall. But, I’m hanging on tight and the last of the roofing goes on today. Siding comes next. I’m hoping to...
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    THE PEDAL PUSHER Tee-Shirts (Newport Beach, CA) for 2019 !!!

    I'll go a couple if they're 100% cotton, thanks.
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    Barns 'n Bikes

    Eureka has a Coast Guard Station on Humboldt Bay. The housing is a few miles away from the boats and helicopters. This barn serves as the housing office, a rec-room, and a maintenance shop. It’s a lovely structure. Classic Gambrel roof. Often called a Dutch Roof, the Gambrel originated in...
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