SAE (Imperial) and metric fasteners have often been intentionally made in crossover tool sizes. Those old U.S. made bikes are in fact fitted with...
"Wiscanson" :rofl: Cheesy humor. :grin:
Actually works with all-thread, just make sure you turn the nuts in opposite directions.
Too bad the belt drive is gone. :wondering:
A 1958 serial number would be on the left rear axle drop-out. Serial numbers on the head tube would indicate 1970s or 80s. A picture would help....
Only problem w/ the current system for me is that annoying "Not secure" notice in the address bar. :wondering: Is there any real advantage on the...
I could squeeze a few bucks out, but it will take more than Rusty and me to make a big dent.
Do you know your hub width? Maybe a narrower hub w/an axle spacer would work. I've seen at least 2 sizes. (edit: ditto on limited experience w/discs)
The wrench for the nuts.
Answer to first question = 19/32". Not kidding.
Maybe early post ww2 Rollfast?
Welcome aboard and good hunting. :forum:
I realize Hawaii isn't a cheap life, but 1000 bucks seems a bit pricey. :wondering:
LHTIS (Left hand thread ignorance syndrome) is widespread.
There is a solution to that dilemma.
Given the forward crank placement, if the actual seat tube length is 16.9", I'd guess the distance is about the same as the average ''cruiser".
Stem adapter isn't that unusual, but the rest... :crazy:
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