Pierce shaft-drive question.

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bike

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Feb 26, 2007
5,923
Bicycleland
Replaceable if you can find one-Nice wallhanger if you can get it at that price
Front fork looks bent as well
 

gkeep

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Jun 11, 2014
640
Alameda, CA
I'm no expert by a long shot but it seems like a good deal.

Was it rear ended? Those can probably be heated and reformed. The forks look bent too from a collision, not unusual with old bikes. My Pierce had S shaped forks when I found it. Good luck.
 

KansasJack

Look Ma, No Hands!
Jun 9, 2007
59
Ryderwood, United States
Yeah, I noticed the forks as well. I’m not sure if I’ll put a bid on it yet. I’m afraid it might be more work than I’m willing to spend money on. The seat stay issue might be a deal-breaker, plus one of the auction pics also shows missing screws in the crank housing.
 
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Motoguzzipaul

Finally riding a big boys bike
Oct 23, 2009
122
Gregory Michigan, United States
is this a Hygenic Cushion rear suspension
I can not open any attachments to see
if so I have a spare rear fork
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olderthandirt

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 15, 2012
491
pilot mt n.c.
use the body shop dent puller that welds a short rod onto the metal after you have cleaned it down to the bare metal you will need to heat the tube up to glowing state then i would use my dent puller to slide hammer the tubes back into as close to a round shape as i could get it then tap it back round with a body hammer .you will need to repeat this process as many times as needed its time consuming work so do not be in a hurry first thing any good tool and die maker learns is patience before anything else <ps try to keep all your fingers >
 
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