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Discussion in 'Antique Bicycles Pre-1933' started by zephyrblau, Dec 8, 2017.
any help appreciated.
I have a Fauber crank with that slit for the drive pin. Have seen one other Fauber with a slit as well in a different chainwheel. Both were different wheels than the one you pose.
I have a crank that should fit that as well. PM me if you need it.
Looks very Fauberesque, there may be some lettering around the center hole.
I've seen this chainring on an original bike somewhere. Can't seem to remember at the moment...
Sears Napoleon maybe?
Actually looks a little different. Similar tho.
So I was right?? The cutouts look a bit deeper on the Napoleon.
The Napoleon has a 28 tooth ring and the other ring in question is 26 tooth. That could make it appear a bit different. I also have a 24 tooth, same ring.
Here's a 26 tooth Napoleon
"Isn`t that a Daisy!"----------Doc Holiday
makes one wonder if this is the matching crank
Would bet there is a rectangular, removable, and
sliding drive-pin somewhere in your stash.
Some manufacturer went to a lot of trouble designing
a crank that could fit a number of rings nicely.
And in different tooth-counts, also.
The worst company for making rings and cranks with
drive-pins of cranks matching the distance from the
ring axel-center to where the drive-pin hole is supposed
to be ... Miami ... and the worst of the Miami ... F-M
Whether you agree or not ......