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Old 11-16-10, 01:42 PM
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Not really much of a biker

Hey! I don't want to try fool anyone, I am not really a biker. I googled a question and it led me to this sight. I have an Autobike that I have ridden for about 18 years with no problems. It has helped me recover mobility after knee replacement, and am now riding it back and forth to work - the high school where I teach. This last week I began having a problem with my cranks and the local bike shop says They cannot fix or get the parts for it. I am looking for an autobike I can use for parts, or someone who can tell me where to go to get parts. How about it? Anyone help this old (61) Vet out?
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Howdy and welcome to the forums.

You might try posting a good picture of the crank setup and see what people think. I was thinking on those Autobikes, that the crank was pretty normal and the rear wheel/shifter was different, but maybe that's not the case.

Autobikes do show up used on occasion, and they're usually not a whole lot of money when they do.
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