Yeah, unfortunately mine looks to have been long dislocated from the seat tube too. I wonder, was yours cracked at the gusset between the seat stays? It seems like one of the other joints has to have let loose too for my center bar to have completely separated. I have another one of these...
I do know they made early road sign reflectors in clear/white. They are probably considerably taller than what you have on there now though. Antique 10 lg. glass sign reflectors for porcelain, railroad, stop neon,cat eyes
I know it's not Sunday, but I work the opposite side of the week as everyone else... technically, this is my Sunday. Lol
This is today's haul that sort of started last night. Ha
I really don't know what I was thinking in terms of space!
Put a different front sprocket on and a rack.....you know, so that no pizza is left behind!
Oh, cleaned, oiled, and added an odometer too!
It appears to be swaged together so I didn't pry, but has anyone found a quicker way to run these back....other than the Ferris Beuller method?
Just a heads up, these were not standard equipment for a Stingray. While they will function and lace up to a 20", the gear ratio was not designed for them. The Blueband Overdrive kickback hub was geared for 20" wheels and used with the smaller 'lucky 7' sprocket. This 28h Redband Automatic...
I had/have a girls version (in pieces), bought it for the shifter and rear fender really... thinking it was 70s. Sold a boys 24" version that was 71 with the plastic fork reflectors. Not sure on the year of yours. The only reason my 24" boys version was desirable was because it had a banana seat...