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Hi, I am retired and in my spare time have accumulated some frames worthy of restoration.
Most of these frames are $0, "as-is", to anyone wanting a project, particularly single speed freewheel.
I work on a cost recovery basis for Sand Blasting and Powder Coating frames, and reconditioning (PC & chrome) of parts. Swaps work real well here.
I fit many new parts to the bikes I restore, however I do not sell new parts or service bikes. If requested, I will assist you where possible (with parts) to completion with your project.
If something exceptional comes up, I will share it with the forum.
311mm (28") Spokes $10 set (36)
27" Steel Wheels, 5/6 speed, Powder Coated White or Silver, from $100 pair.
Tyres, White Wall, 27" & 700c $16 each.
Alloy 1/8 Chainrings laser cut, $25 ea:
94mm pcd, 5 bolt, 44 teeth,
110mm pcd, 5 bolt, 44 teeth,
130mm pcd, 5 bolt, 44 teeth
Formula Track Hubs, 36 hole Flip/Flop, $109 pr
SA Hubs alloy Three Speed 36 Hole with Retro Shifter $140 ea
DiaCompe SS Cable Clips for top tube $12 set(3)
Crown Race 26.4mm, $1.50
Pick up Perth only, E-mail: gclark8 (at) bigpond.net.au
See below for "The freebee list".
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Are you able to post up some pics of the hubs?? Might be in the market for some of these soon if I have a win on Fleabay
George, could you PM me and I'll drop this bike over to you. I did toy with restoring it, lacking time and inclination, it's taking space in the shed.
It is a 1950's 60's Perth built Chevron Star single speed with rear dropouts, bearings are rusty, I'm sure you could save the frame and keep it rolling, if you wanted.
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Hi George, quick dumb question - where two figures are listed for frame size, which is the seat tube length and which is the top tube length?
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Hi George, I may be interested in the vintage track bike when it comes available as it falls within my size. Do you happen to know if it will be fixed standard or will you install a flip flop hub on it so it can be used as a single speed?
BTW, I have a Norco hard tail dirt bike I'm not riding anymore (in very good condition that hasn't been used off road) that I would be willing to trade if that's something you may also consider?
Cheers and all the best
see top post & below
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Bike Stock, see below.
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am i right in thinking that you sand blast and powder coat bike frames? or did i read that incorrectly
Hi, i am the first time building fixie, i going to get a frame in the coming days.
I live in Perth, i duno where can i buy the stuff.
But i didnt get any things, only frame and fork, and i am looking for cheap fixie parts and tools, do u hv any suggestion?
Except gumtree and ebay. thank you.
Cool. That's 700c right? Ready to rock (after chucking a tube+tire on it)?
Check out my practical cycling and cycle touring website: VELOPHILE AUSTRALIA
Bike Stock at: 31/12/10
Ladies Bike, Repco Traveller, 50/57cm, 27" white wheels, ww tyres, white frame, chrome fittings, $505.00
Apollo-Raceline Triathlon, 54/53cm, 650c, 9 speed, mainly NOS parts, $800,
Part proceeds to Vic Bush Fire Appeal.
Bikes Under Construction:
Frames For Restoration:
Repco Blue 51.55cm (6 or SS)
Mongoose Threshold Black , 53/56cm (SS)
Unknown Blue 21" 54/58.5cm (SS)
Malvern Star Bronco Blue/Grey 57/55cm (7 speed)
Gracecross Red 57/57cm (SS-29er)
Giant Farrago Black Steel, 56/57cm
Mountaineer (road) Red/White, 64/59cm
Giant Iguana Blue 53/58cm
Roadmaster Green, 59/59cm
E-mail: [email protected]
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