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I am looking to locate and purchase the following prewar Schwinn items. A set of fenders for a 1937 Jewel Tank Autocycle. For curiosity sake, what prewar years and models of Schwinn's used the same fenders as a 1937 Autocycle? Could also use a 1936-1937-1938 Schwinn crank assembly. Thank you...
I had to have one, but instead of waiting for the Right one - settled for an ugly one..:sigh:. Multiple frame cups too .I enjoyed mounting different chain wheel combo s as well. With so much sprocket runout it was a matter of selecting the best fitting sprocket with minimum hop using the least worn out bb components.. All that plus taking all the New Departure hubs offy bikes and relacing them with morrow units.. Now will finish an additional motorbike with parts left over while upgrading a spare 38 Roadmaster with better fenders / new morrow coaster . That's all I see in the future bike wise for me.. Yet have enough morrow hubs for a couple more.cruisers. Again I couldn't wait to match date codes with bikes just took advantage of easier pedaling.. Money wise it takes the finances of a stockbroker to be able to build Schwinn's these days / but I can still enjoy and build upon what I already own.