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Old 06-14-07, 09:51 AM   #1
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Henry James Track Conversion

Does anyone happen to have actual photos of the Henry James 'conversion' track dropouts? I'm working on converting a vintage road frame to a track machine (calm down C&V'ers - one of the road drops on it was cracked when I got it), and I was considering these dropouts.

As I wish to keep the vintage appearance of my machine as accurate as possible, the line drawings on the Henry James site leaves just a little bit to be desired - does anyone have an actual photo of these conversion drops? Or for that matter, any Henry James track dropout?

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P.S.: If anyone has a pair of these that they want to get rid of, I'd be interested.
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Check out #4487 on the fixedgear gallery, I have a pic of the regular drops not the conversions on a project I'm working on.
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