Some more unusual pieces

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spomalley86

Finally riding a big boys bike
Aug 13, 2013
445
149
Chicago, Illinois
#1
Here are a bunch of bearings, cups, nuts, and hub parts. I'm able to identify a few as new departure, however there are a few pieces here that I have never seen. There are particularly a few bearing cups that have the bearings built in, as well as threads indicating that they actually screw into the frame. Looking to get more information as to known manufacturers who used these and the corresponding age. Thank you again for your help and expertise.
Sean

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Archie Sturmer

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 13, 2018
284
210
Los Angeles, CA, USA
#16
What do the #2 bottom bracket cups measure (outside diameter); are they undersized, slightly under 2 inches?

The #4 bottom bracket cups with the flat clip ring retainers may also be Fauber related.
 
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spomalley86

Finally riding a big boys bike
Aug 13, 2013
445
149
Chicago, Illinois
#17
What do the #2 bottom bracket cups measure (outside diameter); are they undersized, slightly under 2 inches?

The #4 bottom bracket cups with the flat clip ring retainers may also be Fauber related.
I'll have to check the measurements when I get back
 

spomalley86

Finally riding a big boys bike
Aug 13, 2013
445
149
Chicago, Illinois
#18
Anyone have a clue as to what the skip tooth sprocket is from? The gap appears to be too wide to be a two speed.
 

gkeep

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 11, 2014
411
693
Alameda, CA
#19
Amazing collection of parts. What a treasure trove, you could put dozens of bikes back on the road that need that one crucial part. Did the double sprocket come off a tandem?

Having grown up in the west side of Santa Clara Valley I couldn't help noticing the words Santa Clara on what looks like an old dried fruit box label. Are these boxes all dried apricot or dried prune boxes? Love those old fruit boxes and labels.

And I see you found the earing Milton Berle dropped when he was on the Arthur Godfrey show in the fall of 1951...
 

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