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1964 Moulton 4 speed “F” frame

Old 10-02-20, 05:20 AM
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1964 Moulton 4 speed “F” frame

If anyone has or knows some one who has a wheelset for a 1964 Moulton 4 speed “F” frame please let me know. Thanks. 👍






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Try the Moulton F frame group on Facebook, i run it and can answer all your queries regarding these bikes or at least point you in the right direction and introduce other groups too.
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Try the Moulton F frame group on Facebook, i run it and can answer all your queries regarding these bikes or at least point you in the right direction and introduce other groups too.
Im not on FB, I was for years but dropped it and instagram and never looked back. All’s I need for her is a set of original 4 speed wheels.
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Measure distance fr dropout to brake pads. I also see that your calipers have a good deal of adjustment for brake pads. Just by looking, maybe a 16" 349mm wheel or an 18" wheel.

The diameter of a 349mm 16" rim is 360mm. So if the distance fr dropout to brakepads is below 180mm, (maybe 175mm to account for rim brake surface width), then it should be a 349mm. I've never built an 18" wheel so dont have rim measurements.

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