What kind of brand?


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dnc1

I live for the CABE
Apr 1, 2016
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#2
The closed dropouts on the forks definitely suggest late 1890's.
There was a Peugeot for sale in France recently that had a very similar style of rear dropouts, but I can't remember where I saw it unfortunately.
Nice frame, shame about the extra holes drilled near the fork dropouts, easily repairable though.
 

goldpaper

On Training Wheels
Mar 29, 2018
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#3
Thanks a lot.

Infact the inside diameter bottom bracket it is possible ti measure 38/38,1 millimeters?
Then the total of bottom bracket measure
70 millimeters.

I don't know why...

Have you another information?
 

dnc1

I live for the CABE
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#4
38/38.1 is an unusual size.

Is the internal thread on the chain wheel side of the bottom bracket left or right hand thread?

Welcome to the cabe!
 

goldpaper

On Training Wheels
Mar 29, 2018
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#5
Dear friends,

I have new infornation about this frame...the external mesaure of bottom bracket is 40 millimeters then, the type of this, is Thompson like this Image.

Have you some information?

Bye thanks

bottom-bracket-kit-thompson.jpg
 

dnc1

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#6
That's the wrong type.
In your photo, the bottom bracket is clearly threaded on the inside.
 

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