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Old 08-27-14, 01:04 PM   #1
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HiI have have these Schwinn tools that i think hold on to the frame

Hi I have have these Schwinn tools that i think hold on to the frame. I've seen them in my Schwinn Factory Dealer Service Repair Manual Volumes 1 and 2 that I just got.
Can you tell me what they are called and what they exactly are used for?









here's the manuals that they were in





thanks for your help. Andy
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Those are repair stand clamps. They mount to a solid base and clamp onto a frame or better, onto the seatpost. Park sells similar ones for a lot of money.
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Those are repair stand clamps. They mount to a solid base and clamp onto a frame or better, onto the seatpost. Park sells similar ones for a lot of money.
As busdriver says, those are adjustable frame clamps for the Schwinn repair stands. Be careful when using them; if they're adjusted too tight they can dent thin walled frame tubes quite easily.

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Thanks guy's. I wasn't going to use them for myself. Along with the books, an old Schwinn angle finder and these clamps and a few other things I'm putting them up on ebay. I just didn't know what the clamps were or exactly used for so I didn't know how to list them.

After redin this forum I had a good idea you guys would know what they were.
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one more thing what would you suggest I should put them up on ebay for? thanks
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As busdriver says, those are adjustable frame clamps for the Schwinn repair stands. Be careful when using them; if they're adjusted too tight they can dent thin walled frame tubes quite easily.




Is this picture taken out of the Schwinn service manual that I posted a picure of in this thread? If so do you no what page? thanks
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Those are repair stand clamps. They mount to a solid base and clamp onto a frame or better, onto the seatpost. Park sells similar ones for a lot of money.
I suspect they were actually made by Park, and just sold under the Schwinn name.
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one more thing what would you suggest I should put them up on ebay for? thanks
New, they sell for about $120:

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Thanks, I'll try and get 100 plus shipping for the pair. These clamps look to be made pretty strong.
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Thanks, I'll try and get 100 plus shipping for the pair. These clamps look to be made pretty strong.
You could probably get more if you sold them individually.
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You could probably get more if you sold them individually.
gotcha. good idea.
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Is this picture taken out of the Schwinn service manual that I posted a picure of in this thread? If so do you no what page? thanks
Yes; in the edition I have it's page 38 of Volume 1.
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Yes; in the edition I have it's page 38 of Volume 1.
I must have a different addtion. What section was it in? thanks
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I must have a different addtion. What section was it in? thanks
"Tools and Equipment" which starts on page 25 and ends on page 39 of Volume 1.
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"Tools and Equipment" which starts on page 25 and ends on page 39 of Volume 1.
sounds good I'll check that out.
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