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oldmtrcyc

Wore out three sets of tires already!
From a pile of junk I bought today... a very nice hub lamp. I have had a few hub lamps over the last 25 years of collecting bikes, but must say this is a new one to me. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
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oldmtrcyc

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Awesome!!! Thank you. I think the Hub lamp would work much better than them the pedal lamp. Seems like your foot would get a bit warm with the pedal lamp and probably why it was so rare.
 

oldmtrcyc

Wore out three sets of tires already!
I'm considering selling this. I already have one on my 54" Columbia, though it is not as nice as this one. But it's been on there for decades. Thanks for identifying this, BicyclerNY!
 

bikebozo

Wore out three sets of tires already!
On that highwheel bike shown , the front wheel is installed backwards , the oil holes should be to the rear , . Hub lamps do not put out very much light , we had three burning in Yosemite , and you could not see the road enough for safety
 

ccmerz

Wore out three sets of tires already!
On that highwheel bike shown , the front wheel is installed backwards , the oil holes should be to the rear , . Hub lamps do not put out very much light , we had three burning in Yosemite , and you could not see the road enough for safety
Back in the 1 8 8 0 's, you were not supposed to see into the future!
 

TR6SC

I live for the CABE
On that highwheel bike shown , the front wheel is installed backwards , the oil holes should be to the rear , . Hub lamps do not put out very much light , we had three burning in Yosemite , and you could not see the road enough for safety
Hey, thanks for the heads-up. Next thing you're gonna tell me is the bike's upside down.
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bikebozo

Wore out three sets of tires already!
There is a reason you put the oil holes to the rear , if you do not care it is fine , no reason to be offended , I thought I was helping , maybe I have learned to keep my thoughts and years of knowledge to myself after these last few days
 

Ed Minas

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Dang I would so love to own a hub lamp for my Victory. Wish I would have been the lucky buyer
 

Ed Minas

Wore out three sets of tires already!
There is a reason you put the oil holes to the rear , if you do not care it is fine , no reason to be offended , I thought I was helping , maybe I have learned to keep my thoughts and years of knowledge to myself after these last few days[/QUOTE

I for one appreciate all your knowledge. Please explain what you are referring to. I looked at the picture and I can’t spot the the oil holes you are referring to. Please help me learn. Thank you
 
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