Fender rivet tool

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schwinnman67

Finally riding a big boys bike
Want to re-rivet the brace back on my Schwinn fenders, but don't know what tool I need for the tubular rivets.

Can anyone help with this?
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
You can get them at most hardware stores.
What hardware store is that? I see the pop river tools but haven’t seen a tubular rivet tool at Ace, Home Depot, or Lowes. Couldn’t find one at Harbor Freight either? V/r Shawn
 

catfish

Riding an Alexander Rocket Bike
What hardware store is that? I see the pop river tools but haven’t seen a tubular rivet tool at Ace, Home Depot, or Lowes. Couldn’t find one at Harbor Freight either? V/r Shawn

I get them at my local True Value store.
 

schwinnman67

Finally riding a big boys bike


Thanks for the link, but trying I don't want to use a hammer to set rivets. Looking to get a rivet press tool. Heard of the c clamp style and the squeeze type. Which is better? What size rivets do I need?
 

fattyre

I live for the CABE
Thanks for the link, but trying I don't want to use a hammer to set rivets. Looking to get a rivet press tool. Heard of the c clamp style and the squeeze type. Which is better? What size rivets do I need?

I don't know. Talk to Hanson Rivet? Thats probably you best source for accurate information. I've only ever worked with rivets a few times on bicycles. I copied Momo68's technique and it work perfectly for me with excellent results. One bike I chucked rivets in my drill and re shaped them with a file a bit to match the profile of original rivets I removed (fenders needed to be rolled). A little rust to match the patina of all the other fasteners and you'd never know they were replaced.
 

catfish

Riding an Alexander Rocket Bike
This is what I use.

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