Any CWC Cycle Truck head badge experts out there?

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10~18kustoms

Finally riding a big boys bike
Nov 25, 2009
298
South of Kansas City area
I have this CWC CT that was missing the head badge as well as many other missing and incorrect parts. From most of the pictures I've seen the CTs seemed to have the pretty standard Roadmaster badge that has a 2 7/8" hole spacing on them. But, this frame has a smaller 2 5/8" spacing. Were there other badges?
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Mr. Monkeyarms

I live for the CABE
Oct 30, 2018
1,313
Colorado
I recently picked up one of these in messed up condition wondering the same thing. From the limited research I've done, just a standard head badge were on these. Thought they had something similar to the Schwinn but not from what I've seen on original bikes. The badge is pretty much hidden by the top bracket for the basket that wraps around the head tube. Nice store!
 

CWCMAN

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Mar 2, 2014
2,847
Sunny Southern California
I've also seen them badged as a Western Flyer. I'm not sure what the WF hole spacing is but it's worth a look, especially if the roadmaster badge is not lining up with the holes.

I believe the bike pictured belongs to Jim Frazier (JAFCO) Maybe he can confirm the hole spacing on the WF.
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10~18kustoms

Finally riding a big boys bike
Nov 25, 2009
298
South of Kansas City area
Yes, I had another knowledgeable CABE member PM me about the WF badge idea. I think that might be the answer as the early WF badges were 2 5/8". It's a little hard to tell, but the shape of the badge on Jim's looks WF.
 
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MEKANIXFIX

Finally riding a big boys bike
Apr 16, 2014
250
USA PR
I've also seen them badged as a Western Flyer. I'm not sure what the WF hole spacing is but it's worth a look, especially if the roadmaster badge is not lining up with the holes.

I believe the bike pictured belongs to Jim Frazier (JAFCO) Maybe he can confirm the hole spacing on the WF.
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Twisted strange CWC sprocket but nice!
 
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CWCMAN

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Mar 2, 2014
2,847
Sunny Southern California
Its referred to as the "pork chop" chain ring.

Very hard to come by. Mostly used on delivery cycles. I have also seen the 5 hole star chain ring used as well. Both chain rings are smaller in diameter then the paisley.
 
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MEKANIXFIX

Finally riding a big boys bike
Apr 16, 2014
250
USA PR
Its referred to as the "pork chop" chain ring.

Very hard to come by. Mostly used on delivery cycles. I have also seen the 5 hole star chain ring used as well. Both chain rings are smaller in diameter then the paisley.
Hola CWC stay safe! Those kind of parts that are sticky in your mind since I saw it the first time long ago but still nice!!!
 
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