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Old 01-26-09, 10:52 PM   #1
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3 speed restore snag #2

Well, my Sturmey Acher is finally working. The rim is okay and a couple of spokes look bent but for the most part, I think is rideable.

Anyway, I have a feeling the powdercoater lost my Fender bridge and the parts that hold the chainguard. No ill feelings, just bumming.

It looks like this:

I think I can bend/contort the fender to fit it. Unless someone else has a suggestion or McGuyver I can try, I'll try it.

Or can I use these? I'm guessing I have to drill a hole in the fender:


Also, I think I can McGuyver these things to work on the chainguard.
I'll need these as well. What's the part on the left with the 2 screws on each end?

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Old 01-26-09, 11:05 PM   #2
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Those things are available aftermarket via J&B, IIRC.

EDIT: Oldroads has them: http://oldroads.com/bikepart.html

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What's the part on the left with the 2 screws on each end?

That part is for attaching the V-O chaincase; you don't need it for your hockey stick chainguard.

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I may have a spare if you are interested If I do ill give it to you
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IM sorry, a spare fender bridge
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Thanks again skywriter.
Here's an update. Looks like the powdercoater was able to mail me my little pieces! Hurray!! I'm getting real close!
Just need an indicator chain but I *may* be able to get it to work for a little bit with the old one.

The future looks like I want to build new wheels for it. 80 for rims, 100 for spokes and nipples....
Economy is bad but I'll start saving now for some of these. I think I can actually ride this thing by the weekend (and take pictures for you guys!!!)
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