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Old 04-16-18, 05:04 AM
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The lists of serial numbers you'll find isn't very reliable. Many anomalies. We can find a reasonably close date with frame features, graphics and accessories. That information was gathered by catalog pictures and Sturmey Archer hub dates on known examples. So not perfect, but pretty close. I can see from the shape of the steering tube lug front that the frame is 1955 or later. I think I can see a bit of the joint from the steering tube lug and top tube enough to see a shape that is 1957 or later. The next frame feature in the timeline would be the shifter cable guide wheel. Is it brazed onto the top tube or clamped on the seat tube? All through the 50s, the wheel had a mount brazed on the top tube. Then around 1960-1961, they changed to using a clamp on steel wheel with a gray finish and 2 piece band. Somewhere around 63 they changed to a plastic wheel with a one piece band. Also around that time, they eliminated the oil port in the bottom bracket and the full chaincase mounting lug on the drive side chainstay. The fork is a bit less conclusive. Safe to say that if it has the bullet shaped ends where the dropouts are brazed in, it would be 1964 or later.
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Here's a Hercules with a little extra muscle.

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1970's Hercules motor bike 3spd - $300 (Goochland)



70's model Hercules 3spd hub and Bike Bug motor. Bike and motor appears all original and very low usage. Inside of tank looks like brand new. I got it running and riding but will need a rubber grommet for the gas tank and the original tires are dry rotted but hold air, parts available from bike bug online. Ate oh 4-8seven4-6994 text or call and leave vm
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Major Tree Failure Toronto

A BIG limb broke off last night landing on the garage
during the ice/wind storm.
Vintage bikes and cars are all OK.
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Missed the shed which has 7 bikes inside...
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Originally Posted by gster
A BIG limb broke off last night landing on the garage
during the ice/wind storm.
Vintage bikes and cars are all OK.
Missed the shed which has 7 bikes inside...
I see you have a ladder up. Me, I'd wait until the snow was off that shed roof before I started to limb that tree out. Not much pitch on the roof, but still, slippery snow on a roof puts me off on chainsawing.
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Originally Posted by BigChief
I see you have a ladder up. Me, I'd wait until the snow was off that shed roof before I started to limb that tree out. Not much pitch on the roof, but still, slippery snow on a roof puts me off on chainsawing.
Agreed. ladder was already there when the limb broke.
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The ladder was already there? Now that's planning ahead!
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Close call there @gster ! We have a lot of small stuff down here in Port Dover this morning but nothing big came down. Other than the sump pump running almost continuously we (and the bikes) are doing fine. Nasty storm.
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Originally Posted by browngw
Close call there @gster ! We have a lot of small stuff down here in Port Dover this morning but nothing big came down. Other than the sump pump running almost continuously we (and the bikes) are doing fine. Nasty storm.
Yes. my sump pump is discharging about every 15 minutes or so...
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Originally Posted by gster
Looks like the garage, as well as its contents, is C&V.


During the PO's tenure our garage was hit by lightning, the neighbors tell us. Quite a show, evidently.
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Originally Posted by gster
A BIG limb broke off last night landing on the garage
during the ice/wind storm.
Vintage bikes and cars are all OK. Missed the shed which has 7 bikes inside...
Yikes!
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Originally Posted by nlerner
An early 1950s Raleigh catalog I have shows the RRA (full DB 531) in “tourist” guise with upright bars and IGH. Don’t know if you could actually get it that way, of course.
You could! A friend locally has one. All the bike bits (rims, hub, handlebars, cranks) are alloy! Apparently it took two years to get once it was ordered in the early 1950s.

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Thanks, Club! Glad I asked. I don't think I've ever noticed the 6/9 difference (or maybe all my Raleighs were older?). The 9 was a 1970's design - came out in '73?
No. The 9-point was transitioned out in 1972- the 6 point is an indication of 1972 or later.

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Just got my hands on an alloy Stumey Archer FM 4-speed hub from 1956 with matching 4-speed shifter. I'll probably have to take it apart and spend some time finding a 40-hole wheel that fits the bike but it looks like I'll be turning my Gazelle Superlicht into a clubman racer.
All SA rear hubs on most British machines were 40-hole until near the bitter end. You can get 40-hole Sun CR-18s which is the goto rim in most cases. Fits 650A (IOW 26" x 1 3/8" tires).
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Another gripe about my '74 Sports. The OEM Brake calipers are soft and bendable. The pads keep catching in the seatstay when applying the brake. Good thing I have a '67 Hercules. I'll end up swapping everything over in time. I really like the 23" frame of the Sports. Fits me perfectly, but the quality of the 67 is of no question.
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While researching some ideas for a custom cycling cap, it occured to me that it'd be fun to put some classic-styled Raleigh decals on my drop-bar 3-speed, which is built on a 2008 Raleigh One-Way frame. The question is, what style exactly? I'm a big fan of the old script logos (1930s style like on Tourist chaincases, and also the style seen on some 1970s bikes), and I feel like the build has a bit of "Clubman" style to it. Thoughts, anyone?




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Originally Posted by agmetal
While researching some ideas for a custom cycling cap, it occured to me that it'd be fun to put some classic-styled Raleigh decals on my drop-bar 3-speed, which is built on a 2008 Raleigh One-Way frame. The question is, what style exactly? I'm a big fan of the old script logos (1930s style like on Tourist chaincases, and also the style seen on some 1970s bikes), and I feel like the build has a bit of "Clubman" style to it. Thoughts, anyone?




I like it, I have a 71 step thru sports that is all good.
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Originally Posted by gster
Big Chief posted a tutorial on fixing a bent crank a while back.
I followed his advice and was able to straighten a bent crank last year.
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I used a pipe lined with cardboard to straighten the crank on this ’61 Superbe.

https://threespeedmania.wordpress.co...ider-progress/

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“The best check is to put the pedal back and test ride, but you can save some time by holding a spare crank arm against the one you’re adjusting. When the light between the two arms is symmetrical like this, you’re close. This arm was badly bent. I took this picture before I did the test ride and it was spot on. No wobble. Didn’t need any further bending.”
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Thanks Gster, that checking against another crank for straightness reminded me, as the bend in mine was closest to the pedal end, I used a right angle square to check against the pedal.
It's amazing what you can do with a length of pipe - I watched a bike mechanic fix the curve of one of the fork blades from my DL-1 with a piece of pipe. It's one of the bike tools on my 'must get' list

Glad you and your vintage mechanicals survived. I once left the house and returned to a tree in my driveway right where my car had been.

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Originally Posted by arty dave
Thanks Gster, that checking against another crank for straightness reminded me, as the bend in mine was closest to the pedal end, I used a right angle square to check against the pedal.
It's amazing what you can do with a length of pipe - I watched a bike mechanic fix the curve of one of the fork blades from my DL-1 with a piece of pipe. It's one of the bike tools on my 'must get' list

Glad you and your vintage mechanicals survived. I once left the house and returned to a tree in my driveway right where my car had been.
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Originally Posted by arty dave
It's amazing what you can do with a length of pipe - I watched a bike mechanic fix the curve of one of the fork blades from my DL-1 with a piece of pipe. It's one of the bike tools on my 'must get' list
As kids our bikes would fall over--all by themselves!--and the cranks would get pushed in. Eddie at the bike shop had a big notched crowbar he'd use to pry them straight again. Then he'd tell us to get lost.
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Originally Posted by paulb_in_bkln
As kids our bikes would fall over--all by themselves!--and the cranks would get pushed in. Eddie at the bike shop had a big notched crowbar he'd use to pry them straight again. Then he'd tell us to get lost.
The fact that they get bent in the first place suggests that they can be re-set.
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Originally Posted by Salubrious
All SA rear hubs on most British machines were 40-hole until near the bitter end. You can get 40-hole Sun CR-18s which is the goto rim in most cases. Fits 650A (IOW 26" x 1 3/8" tires).
Seems like SUN discontinued those somewhere after 2013.

All I have been able to find are the Velocity Dyad 700C @ 525 gram and the Velocity Cliff Hanger 650B @ 600 gram in 40 hole vs the CR-18s 440 gram.

Then again, I believe the bike has 700C wheels + fenders with plenty of space so the Dyad probably makes more sense. Just curious what else is available.
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Sun CR-18 in 40H 590 are still for sale on Amazon. I hope they're not out of production.
https://www.amazon.com/CR-18-40-hole.../dp/B001CJVGOM
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Originally Posted by BigChief
Sun CR-18 in 40H 590 are still for sale on Amazon. I hope they're not out of production.
https://www.amazon.com/CR-18-40-hole.../dp/B001CJVGOM
HarrisCyclery also has them but Sun's own website doesn't show them in 40H anymore.

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Sun CR-18 Rim. Sun has unfortunately decided to discontinue the CR18 and we have acquired the last known stock. Once sold out, we won't get anymore. Webshop stock is current. a truly beautiful and inexpensive double-walled rim for vintage or touring builds. Available with 32 or 36 holes.
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@gster - Wow. Sorry about your tree falling. Glad to hear you, your family as well as your structure and bikes are all ok.

What kind of tree was that? Was it healthy? What you gonna do with the wood?
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@agmetal, I would go with the early 1960s style decals with the large capital letters.
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Originally Posted by JaccoW
HarrisCyclery also has them but Sun's own website doesn't show them in 40H anymore.

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This is kind of bad news.
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How about this style @agmetal ? In the white of course.
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