FOR SALE:Huffy posted by: Andrew on 2/12/2008 at 9:39:40 AM
Hello i have a old huffy in great shape that i'm trying to sell its a 26 inch womens bike royal blue great condition. its called a "GOOD VIBRATIONS?" If any one can tell me any thing about it or would like to buy it that would be great. i would mainly like to konw what year it is.
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   RE:FOR SALE:Huffy posted by Andrew on 2/12/2008 at 9:47:40 AM
please email me
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   RE:FOR SALE:Huffy posted by rachal odeh on 2/21/2008 at 9:51:09 PM
Hi! if you havent sold your bike yet, I am interested! Please email me. Thanks
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WANTED:1915 chief bicycle posted by: Matt on 2/11/2008 at 7:41:50 PM
Need sturmy archer internal three speed hub with coaster brake for 1915 sears chief bicycle
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   RE:WANTED:1915 chief bicycle posted by 1915? on 2/14/2008 at 4:00:32 PM
I'm not sure they made a 3-speed hub then.
Maybe it is a 1950 Indian Chief?

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   RE:WANTED:1915 chief bicycle posted by ken on 2/18/2008 at 12:11:02 PM
OK, I complained once before about this quasi-lurking behavior.
I wish mr./ms. "1915?" would either get a name or keep his/her opinions to him/herself. Make one up, if your own must not be revealed.
Meanwhile, the time it took to post "I'm not sure" would have been better spent in a two-minute google which would reveal that by the time Sturmey-Archer was incorporated in 1908, they were already making three models of three-speed planetary gear hub, including one with a coaster brake.
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FOR SALE:1964 HUFFY Genuine English Lightweight, MADE IN ENGLAND posted by: Rose on 2/11/2008 at 12:24:30 PM
I still have a three speed 1964 HUFFY Genuine English Lightweight, MADE IN ENGLAND, that I would like to sell. I don't know anything about bikes so please bear with me. It has the Sturmey Archer system and the brake pads say JOHN BULL. It does have flat tires, but seems to be in pretty good shape. It appears to have been stored in a garage most of it's life. It has a vinyl bag behind the vinyl seat. If anyone is interested please email me at trrust@hotmail.com. I missed one message since I didn't log on here in so long. Sorry,, if they will write back I would be interested.
This bike is 67 total inches long tire to tire. It is 30 inches to the bar, (mens bike) and it has 26 inch tires. It is located in Western Nebraska. My husband said we could take the pedals off and ship it by UPS.. Thanks:-)

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WANTED:Fram bike needs tires! posted by: Hal on 2/10/2008 at 5:32:27 PM
I just bought a Fram motor bicycle with Sachs motor. It needs tires. Tire says 26 x 2 x 1 1/2 on it. Where can I get some tires like this? Thanks for any help. As soon as I get tires and tubes on it, it should be a rider!


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   RE:WANTED:Fram bike needs tires! posted by ken on 2/11/2008 at 11:39:55 AM
you never know... read http://sheldonbrown.com/tire-sizing.html
but it just might be a 650B.
I'd take the wheel to the LBS and find out. The alternative is to measure the circumference - Mr. Brown left the instructions for us at http://sheldonbrown.com/rim-sizing.html
Unless it proves to be a standard size like the 559mm (mountain bike), you will have a limited choice in that width. Might as well find out if the shop carries any.
Let us know when you get rolling!
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   RE:WANTED:���Fram bike needs tires! posted by Hal on 2/24/2008 at 2:23:37 PM
Upon closer inspection of the tire on it now: The markings on the tire are:
TRELLEBORG T-NABB 26 x 2 x 1 1/2 TRANSPORT and in small raised numbers 2813-5
I saw a Swedish military bicycle on the internet and asked the owner about the tires on the bike. He said this about the tires: HELLO FRONT TYRE NOKIA SL-35 64-584 26X2X1 1/4, REAR TYRE GOLDEN BOY 64-584 26X1 1/2X2

I would need two tires and two tubes. The bike has a small motor on it, so the heavier tires, the better. Thanks for any help in getting this old-timer running. Regards, Hal


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   RE:WANTED:Fram bike needs tires! posted by Scott on 3/1/2008 at 8:06:44 PM
You may need something with some sort of speed rating.Like a motorcycle tire.I think a bicycle tire may be too flimsy for your needs.
They'd be ok for putting around the yard but I wouldn't use them for road use.They may just overheat and blow out on you.That beast doesn't look very light.
Cool bike,hope you get it going soon.
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WANTED:Kuwahara bravo kt 1984 or any posted by: David Blache on 2/10/2008 at 1:21:19 PM
Man when we grew up I was the only person In my neighborhood that had one , And I want one again . Im 35 and still ride . I guess bikes and freestylin made me the cool old guy I am . I want my son to see one . Im willing to pay top dollar. David 504-261-9681
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