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Old 07-24-14, 10:24 AM
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A Carlton frame pump...

Does anyone have knowledge as to dating, history of, or otherwise commenting on this recently obtained pump of mine?

It is further Schrader stem style hose equipped, FWIW.

I'm hoping for early 70's era bike mounting compatibility.

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That would look sharp on @3alarmer's http://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vi...-catalina.html.
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You just need the correct pump clips.
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Cool item, Max. What would that take, 65'er? An "arrow" shaped clip on the hose end, how about the other?
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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver View Post
You just need the correct pump clips.
Clips plural?

Doesn't the protective (rubberized) bottom end simply reside in the bottom "V" of the seat and down tube?


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Old 07-24-14, 11:23 AM
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I think that you need a Mounting Bike.





Sorry.
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And this toward the seat post top, correct?


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Originally Posted by non-fixie View Post
I think that you need a Mounting Bike.

What is a "Mounting Bike"?
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Researching on e-Bay, and I think that I have my era answer...

'74 Raleigh International


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What is a "Mounting Bike"?
One of the spelling variations the Dutch use in their ads when selling a mountain bike. And a pretty lame joke.
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And this toward the seat post top, correct?
Yes.
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