eBay #161452332400 I don't know the size you're looking for, but I'd guess this item is close to it. Fastenal would also be an option. Adding an appropriately sized washer will complete the look. Try Googling square head flange machine bolt.
Feeling very lucky. A buddy calls me up and says he’s got a mid-life crisis car with my name written all over it. I said I wasn’t interested because I’ve had too many MLCs already. He wouldn’t take No for an answer. 1988 with just under a hundred thou. I need some $300 shades!!!
@Jesse McCauley posted the idea of a thread about homemade unicycles by @CURTIS L LINDGREN
It was an interesting story by CLL
This foto is 1984 or 85 because my son looks to be about 3 years old. I was inspired by a group of Wheelmen in a parade. There was a guy in Kokomo that made a 40 inch...
Good point, but no dice. The good condition decal in on an American middleweight. The rough one is on my Raleigh that was an export model from England, but this is conjecture. I'm with you on the sheets of transfers. The good one is on a bike that had 3, but 2 of them are mostly gone.
I've got a Raleigh roadster with a decal on the front fender. I've asked before, but no one recognizes it. SIrMike has never seen it before, so I assume it isn't a stock item.
I was approached at the SF weekend by a fellow CABE member telling me he's just seen another one on a bike. Here it is...
Thanks Slick. It's always a great time biking the City.
Gkeep and I motored to the Ferry Bldg. from Alameda. Thanks for the hospitality, Gary.
Home again before the sun sets slowly in the west.
And thanks also to Rudy. Open house is always enjoyable. I'm already looking forward to next year!
Old, 1881 Columbia Standard. This is an open head ordinary.
The spoke nipple at the rim had not yet been figured out.
Early mushroom mounting step.
New. 1965 Raleigh DL1. This bike goes back to the early days of the twentieth century.
The Chinese have copied this British icon and the have...