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    Schwinn help!

    I found this part while working on my 1980 Schwinn Women's World Sport. What is it? My best guess is a "ferrule" or cable end cap. How can I use it if it is? If it's not, what the hell is it?Photo on 2011-10-15 at 10.37.jpgPhoto on 2011-10-15 at 10.37 #2.jpgPhoto on 2011-10-15 at 10.38.jpg

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    The part is too out of focus to tell. Hold it closer to your face which is in focus.
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    where did you find it?


    http://www.businessinsider.com/malco...ception-2015-2
    The real beauty of this play, aside from the fact it was made by my favorite team, is that it was perfectly executed. The receiver ran a perfect route; Wilson threw a touchdown pass, and the defender played his part perfectly. A thing of beauty.

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    its a blur, but nice face.....anyways! looks like break thangy/////

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    in the first pic it almost looks like a cable guide that snapped off
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    Looks to me like a string tie for a storage bag. Does it have a spring release?
    Last edited by curbtender; 10-15-11 at 08:11 PM.

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    What it really looks like is a cable end for a much bigger cable than would be found on a bicycle.


    http://www.businessinsider.com/malco...ception-2015-2
    The real beauty of this play, aside from the fact it was made by my favorite team, is that it was perfectly executed. The receiver ran a perfect route; Wilson threw a touchdown pass, and the defender played his part perfectly. A thing of beauty.

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