AlumiNaughty: 1935 Wards Hawthorne Duralium, Finished!


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I'm not completely sold on the light mounts.
They look good for sure, but I would try to turn them pointing upwards and push them all the way down to the lower fork bridge...
Might be worth a try, even if it's just to prove me wrong...

But this is me criticizing on a very high level

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Aug 23, 2012
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I'm not completely sold on the light mounts.
They look good for sure, but I would try to turn them pointing upwards and push them all the way down to the lower fork bridge...
Might be worth a try, even if it's just to prove me wrong...

But this is me criticizing on a very high level

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I was thinking about this too, I'll try it out and see how it looks
 
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That does look cool and with the handlebars essentially part of the fork, the cables ‘turn’ with the fork, so little movement.

One question, I always thought that brake cable housings required some ‘compression’ (that’s why they are a spiraled wire vs shifter cables that are simply tubular.

Will these solid lines impact braking efficiency? Asking for a friend.....


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