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Old 05-19-09, 05:39 PM   #1
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Looking for a good Bicycle Diagram

Hey all, I am painting bicycle diagrams on the walls of the community bike shop I volunteer at. I want to find some diagrams of entire bicycles and "exploded" bicycle parts for reference to people ( mostly fairly novice ) using the shop. I'm looking for good, decent diagrams, they don't need to have all the parts labeled as I can do that myself, and yes, I have done some google image searches, but havent found anything "clean" or simple enough while also being of decent resolution. I know I've seen some great diagrams in old repair manuals, and was wondering if anyone has a scan or a link. It should be simple and more of a "everybike" and not something new or fancy. Most of the people that use the shop are trying to work on old 10 speeds or mt bikes, nothing fancy. Anyways, I would appreciate any suggestions or help! thanks!
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Old 05-19-09, 05:47 PM   #2
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Basic bike:

Exploded diagrams:

Such as:
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