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| Has any body ever overhauled a red 2 spd kickback hub and used loose ball bearings instead of the stock cage/bearings? I just overhauled mine and it works great just wondering if there is any benifit to using loose ball.|
thanks, Will email@example.com
| The bearing cage won't break and give you grief because now there is not one in there, you added an extra bearing or two I take it? Can't imagine any problem with this.|
| I have just piked up a 26 inch middleweight bicycle. I saw it at the landfill scrap pile and picked it up before the landfill watch could stop me. Name badge Trusport by Edward K. tryon co. Phila, PA. It appears to be 20's or 30's ?|
It is complete, missing only the stand. I have english roadsters and don't know a lot about older bicycles. It has what appear to be wood and steel wheels with tube-tire as one. The front holds air the rear leaks. Nice old bike. looks tohave been sitting in a garage somewhere. Any info would be appreciated. It's available or I'll hang it in the shed.
| I am looking for the following:|
-Waltham, AC, Clipper, Zep, Speedos, pieces, parts, whole units.
-Hockey stick chainguard with holes, chrome ie. Silver King.
-Delta, EA horn light and battery tube.
-Crossbar handlebars in decent og chrome.
-Bicycle bells with figures cast in the top, i.e. Indian, Boy Scout, Flag, etc...
-New Departure front brakes and two speeds, pices, parts, whole units.
This is just what I can think of at the moment, but I am always looking for cool prewar bike parts so feel free to email me directly with what you have. Please include price and pics.
| Ihave this old new departure model D rear hub with a skip thoot sprocket . It is complete in a box , but also completly taken appart . Is there a schematic existing to help me putting it back together ? Thank you !|
| there's a cutaway drawing on this site|