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Old 07-28-10, 03:26 PM   #1
Oh Snap, not again...
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Schwinn World Tourist - Saved from the dumpster

Well not necessarily, picked up at the Goodwill drop off. Guy on duty wasn't going to take because of "rust" on the rims. I was looking a the cosmetic appearance and it looked in pretty good shape. When I got it home discovered the positronic drivetrain. Quite a novelty with the freewheel crank. Somewhere along the line a new Shimano Tourney rear derailer was slapped on it. Will this setup work or was there something special about the original derailer for this oddity?
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any derailleur should work fine with that.
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