Miami chainring minutiae

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szathmarig

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I have the same chain ring on mine.
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SKPC

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
One more possible Miami ring for prosperity. Also posted recently on the chainwheel compilation. Not sure how I came by this one, but it fits my Emblem, 2" drive pin offset crank. Only Miami and Emblem apparantly used a 2" offset drive pin c/c. Most likely from the same maker, but who was the maker? D&J? The ad with the motorbike from 1917 when blown up matches this ring pretty good.
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bentwoody66

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
In addition to @redline1968 's proclamation ...
some rings have a small, drive-pin portal ....
some do not.

Building a Miami from parts acquired from
different places is not for the impatient.

The manufacturer was once one of the
largest producer of an array of wonderful
bicycles and motorcycles. Today, every-
thing Miami-built is elusive.

Have observed more Racycle stuff over the
years .. but even those fall numerically-short
compared to Davis relics.

If you're looking for a non-frustrating teen's
machine to build .. or just to find a few missing
parts to add to a machine that needs limited
attention to get it ready to ride .. or, maybe
just display ... stick with Westfield and Schwinn.
Great Bicycles ... plenty of availability.

But .. if you are steeled to walk the labyrinth ...
and are guided by a patient soul ... go ahead ...
ride the Lightning that Miami built.

..... patric
And if Davis and Miami wasnt bad enough, try searching for Consolidated Yale stuff!
 
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