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Old 07-06-22, 07:39 AM
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That sure seems to be like Penninger made them. Tank-style steering when standard USS would have been so simple. I can't see, but is it one-wheel driver or is there a second freewheel for a sort of differential? It was apparently intended to shift between chainrings by hand. I find it difficult to believe that the rear wheel's rim is anything special, but maybe it's not made anymore and will be hard to match? In that case I'd recommend taking the rim off the front wheel for it, and then replacing the front wheel with something that while not matching would at least be close.
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