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  1. deorman

    Build Tunes

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    26” Cantilever Style Frame Comparision Thread

    AMF
  3. deorman

    26” Cantilever Style Frame Comparision Thread

    Huffy
  4. deorman

    26” Cantilever Style Frame Comparision Thread

    Schwinn
  5. deorman

    Hello from Downstate Illinois!

    Welcome aboard! :forum:
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    Adding to the confusion...

    When I was a lad, bomber and clunker (yes, with a c) both just meant a crusty old balloon tire bike. :bigboss:
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    Good deal or nah?

    I guess it depends on what you're in to, or where you live, but to be honest, there's nothing there that I would drive 5 hours for. The sprinter is the only thing there I'd even look at twice.
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    "Modular" tire.

    Nope. :crazy: :grin:
  9. deorman

    Removing an vintage brake disc?

    Maybe you can feed enough spokes in through the holes in the disc to do that. I assume someone clipped the ends off the old spokes.
  10. deorman

    RRB member in need of help!

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    I don’t even know where to begin. Monarks, Silver kings, Elgins and more!

    Looks like someone snagged the kitchen sink. :grin:
  12. deorman

    Sears Model?

    It may not HAVE a tank, but it sure is built like one. :bigboss:
  13. deorman

    Looks pretty accurate

    https://vintageamericanbicycles.com/index.php/company-histories/
  14. deorman

    new to site

    Welcome aboard! :cool2: +1 on H.P. Snyder ID, Rollfast or various store brands, for example Western Flyer for Western Auto, Hawthorne for Montgomery Ward, as well as others.
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    American Flyer Skiptooth

    I believe that's a H.P. Snyder from the 1930s
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    look Ma - one hands!

    Yeah... neck reining might be a little dicey though. :crazy:
  17. deorman

    Roadmastering

    Welcome aboard. :forum:
  18. deorman

    A few of my bikes.

    Good stuff. :cool2:
  19. deorman

    1896 Overman Victor Flyer

    Is that a block chain bike? If so, easier to find 1" pitch may or may not fit. Modern 1/2" definitely won't. Good luck.