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Schwinn Trike Help..Parts Diagram

Old 07-01-15, 03:55 PM
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Schwinn Trike Help..Parts Diagram

I am looking at buying a 70s Schwinn Town and Country trike. Single speed. Where can I see a parts diagram? I am a huge fan of trikes and have owned about 15. Miami Sun and Trailmates are my favorites. Not sure if I wanna get this Schwinn. The Schwinn name scares me because they are not parts interchangeable with most standard bike stuff. Have their own quirky tire sizes etc.
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Old 07-01-15, 05:23 PM
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I dont think there are any parts diagrams available.
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Tires are readily available and, with the advent of the internet, any Schwinn-specific piece should be at your digital (so to speak) fingertips.
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