Eagle Quad-Stay stem needed

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Vicious Cycle

Look Ma, No Hands!
May 11, 2014
35
left coast
I have a Eagle Quad-Stay racer that needs a Stem. It is a smaller diameter (into the head-tube) than any of the stems in my stable. Would anyone have an
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original they could measure so I know what to look for. Or better yet if someone has a stem to part with ?

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fat tire trader

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Oct 29, 2010
3,178
San Quentin, California
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You might have better luck posting this on the antique section. I need something similar and a fork too for my early Over truss frame racer. The normal stem quil diameter is 7/8", so you need something smaller than that, possibly 3/4".
 
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corbettclassics

I live for the CABE
Feb 11, 2012
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Burbank, United States
It also depends what year your Eagle Quad-Stay is to determine the correct stem.

Is yours an early or later Quad? ( e.g.: 1899 or 1905 )
 
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Duchess

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Feb 14, 2014
583
Beverly, MA
You might have better luck posting this on the antique section. I need something similar and a fork too for my early Over truss frame racer. The normal stem quil diameter is 7/8", so you need something smaller than that, possibly 3/4".
I don't know what year you're talking and I imagine you meant to type Iver, but if it's a matter of getting it riding while looking for an original part, a regular 1" quill stem fits my 1912 (I have a set of more upright bars I can swap the original track bar out for). Fork, I don't know for sure, but mine has a common contemporary replacement (multiplate crown I've seen on other bikes of the era), so I doubt it's anything weird.
 

fat tire trader

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Oct 29, 2010
3,178
San Quentin, California
www.fattiretrading.com
I don't know what year you're talking and I imagine you meant to type Iver, but if it's a matter of getting it riding while looking for an original part, a regular 1" quill stem fits my 1912 (I have a set of more upright bars I can swap the original track bar out for). Fork, I don't know for sure, but mine has a common contemporary replacement (multiplate crown I've seen on other bikes of the era), so I doubt it's anything weird.
I think that my Iver, (sorry for the typo) is the first year that they made the truss frame racer, 1902. The i.d. of my head tube is 1" not 1 1/8". I'd like to know if the Eagle also has a 1" i.d. head tube. I do have one extra, early, smaller diameter steerer tube fork in my workshop. I need to measure it's OD and i.d.. I suspect several of the early racers had smaller head tubes. My G&J Racer Tandem has a tapered head tube.
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Vicious Cycle

Look Ma, No Hands!
May 11, 2014
35
left coast
I don't know what year you're talking and I imagine you meant to type Iver, but if it's a matter of getting it riding while looking for an original part, a regular 1" quill stem fits my 1912 (I have a set of more upright bars I can swap the original track bar out for). Fork, I don't know for sure, but mine has a common contemporary replacement (multiplate crown I've seen on other bikes of the era), so I doubt it's anything weird.
No, I have a Eagle Quad Stay '03 Racer with the "Pat.1899" tag on the chain-stay. My caliper says just shy of 3/4" (.715") at the top nut.
 
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