Monday, August 11, 2014

Steve T's 1980's Tour Easy Recumbent Restoration

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle After

This is Steve T's Tour Easy recumbent bicycle.  The recumbent has a wonderful story.  The recumbent was Steve's father in-law's, he put a lot of miles on the Tour Easy.  Steve's father in-law passed away about 12 years ago and the family would like the recumbent restored.  I love to find out the history of bicycles and this Tour Easy has a lot of history.

The Tour Easy has a very cool wind screen, a 27 inch rear wheel, a 20 inch front wheel, Sun Tour derailleurs, an original Jim Blackburn rack and maybe the best part, Sun Tour bar end shift levers.

The Tour Easy is in descent starting condition.  The red paint is ins good shape and will polish very nice.  The bright work should also polish nice.  The Tour Easy will receive a total restoration along with all new cables, cable housings, bearings, new brake pads, new tires, tire tubes and handlebar grips.  A new Tour Easy decal will be installed and a new head badge that the Tour easy does not not have now. 

I am extremely excited to work on the Tour Easy.  I have only restored one recumbent before and that was sometime ago.  I have done many tune ups on recumbents but can't wait for the restoration.  

Recumbents are a challenge to work on because of their size and length.  It is hard to keep them balanced in a stand so it takes some creative thinking to work on them, which is part of the fun.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Front

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Headset

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Headset

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Front Wheel

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
 Front Wheel Hub

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Front Wheel

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Front Wheel Rim
Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Front Brake Caliper

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Handlebars

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Bar End
Shift Levers

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Front
Frame

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Crank

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Pedal

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Chain Tensioner

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Seat

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Rear Rack

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Rear Derailleur

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Rear Wheel

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Rear Brake Caliper

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before
Rear Wheel Rim - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Before - Rear

With the Tour Easy in the shop I started breaking down the bike.  There where no major surprises in breaking the bike down other then another Sun Tour freewheel with ramped and stripped notches for removal.

The frame paint looks to be in okay shape with no components on it.  The frame paint also feels on the softer side so that should allow for a fantastic polished finish.  I have noticed only a few small chips here and there.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before
Head Tube - Poor Photo

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Tour Easy Decal

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Vertical Brace

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Front Derailleur
Location

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Seat Stay

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Rear Brake
Bridge

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Chain Tensioner
Bracket

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Vertical Brace
Poor Photo

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Bottom Bracket


Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before
 Lower Double Tube

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Seat Stays

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Before - Drop Outs

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Fork Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Fork Before
Fork Crown
Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Fork Before
Drop Outs
I gave the frame a deep cleaning and started the work of working through polishing grits. The polishing results are fantastic, the paint cut beautifully and the red shines like new. I can't wait to see it in the sun light.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Head Tube

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Head Tube

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Vertical Brace

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Double Bottom Tube
Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Vertical Brace

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Vertical Brace

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Rear Brake Bridge

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Seat Stays

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Drop Outs

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Frame Polished
Drop Outs

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Fork
Polished
Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Fork Polished
Drop Outs
With the recumbent the order of work will be a little different then a regular classic double triangle style.  I am going to try to get to a basic rolling bicycle before the main body components.  My plan is to install the headset, stem and handlebars first followed by restoring the wheels.  This will give me a bicycle that will be easy to move around as recumbent bicycles get tricky to handle for build up.

The headset was pretty rough, lots of rust pitting so a new Velo Orange headset will be installed.  The photo below shows the old headset by the bottom bracket.  

I cleaned the bottom bracket and the old headset just because that who I am.  I Then installed the new Velo Orange headset.  The Velo Orange headset is a beautifully crafted headset and functions perfectly smooth.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Old Headset & Bottom Bracket
Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - New Velo Orange Headset

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Headset Cups
Pressed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Headset Bearings - Packed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Headset Complete
Headset Looks Fantastic Against Red Paint

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Headset Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Headset Complete

The stem and handlebars are a very interesting piece of engineering.  The handlebars had to be constructed right in the stem as there is no way to remove the stem from the handlebars.  The cross brace had to be welded into place with the stem already on the handlebars.

The very large assembly of the stem and handlebars maid it impossible to use power polishers for this task, I could not move the assembly around the wheels and polishing units.  I hit the spots with the power polishers that I could and then had to do all the work by hand.

The hand work took a lot of time but in the end the results are pretty nice, not quite the same results I would have gotten with the power polishers but not bad overall.  I am pretty happy with the results.

I then greased the stem and installed the unit, with the stem and handlebars installed its starting to look like a recumbent again.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Handlebars & Stem - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Handlebars & Stem - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem & Handlebars - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem Polished
Poor Photo

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem & Handlebars
Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem & Handlebars - Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Stem & Handlebars
Installed

The wheels are next, as I mentioned before the freewheel Sun Tour double notches are stripped so they are ramped, I am going to see if I need to remove the freewheel now or what can be done.  The rear wheel is a 27 inch wheel and is very heavy duty for the size of the recumbent and the touring.  The rear wheel is very heavy duty yet it is still a very nice alloy wheel.

The front wheel is a 20 inch wheel and is also extremely heavy duty but also a very very nice wheel.

I cleaned and polished the wheel hubs and rime, the hubs polished okay, they had a lot of heavy corrosion, the rims polished beautiful, one of the best results for a set of rims that I have polished.  I installed the new bearings and grease and trued the wheel rims.  I also installed he old tires for now while I finish the restoration of the Tour Easy, I will be rolling the recumbent around the shop and I don't want to get the new tires dirty.

Over all I am happy with the results of the wheels, they will look even better when the new tires are installed. 
Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Wheel
Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Wheel Freewheel

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Wheel Hub - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Wheel Rim - Before
Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Wheel Hub - Old Grease

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Wheel Hub - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Wheel - New Grease
& Bearings

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Wheel - Rim Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wheel Axle Components
Polished
Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel Hub - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel Hub - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel Hub - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel Rim
Before
Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel Hub - Old Grease

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel Hub - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel Hub
New Grease & Bearings

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel Rim - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Wheel - Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wheels - Complete
Old Tires Temporary Installed

Some how I lost the photo of the bottom bracket polished or maybe forgot to take one.  The bottom bracket polished extremely well and with new bearings and grease the bottom bracket spins very smooth!

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bottom Bracket
Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bottom Bracket - Complete
 With the bottom bracket complete it was time to complete the crank.  The crank is a very nice Shimano crank, maybe an early Shimano 600 crank but does not say 600 on it anywhere.  The crank arms have a textured finish that does not allow for a mirrored polishing finish but the crank still polished beautifully.

The crank has Bio-Pace chain rings, it is important to align all the chain rings with the alignment key for the oval chain rings to function correctly.

With the crank installed it sure shows off its beauty.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Crank - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Crank Before - Oval Chain Rings

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Crank - Exploded

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Crank - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Crank - Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Crank
Installed
The brake levers have a cool modification for the wind screen to attach.  The brake lever's red pivot bolt is extra long for a bolt to screw into, it is a cleaver solution to installing the wind screen.  I cleaned and polished the brake levers and they turned out very nice, I am very happy with the results.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Levers - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Levers
Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Lever - Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Levers - Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Levers Installed
 The shift levers are very nice Sun Tour bar end shifters.  The Sun Tour bar end shifters are classics that work extremely well.  It is funny, before about 6-8 years ago you could get these shift levers for almost nothing, now people remember how well they worked and you would be lucky to get a good pair for under $80.  I think I did not charge enough for the ones I sold out of my parts collection sometime back.

I cleaned and flushed the shift levers, polished the levers and then lubricated and installed the levers.  They look fantastic and function just as fantastic.


Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Shift Levers - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Shift Levers - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Shift Levers - Installed
 The chain tensioner is photoed with the derailleurs below.  But in this section of the restoration I am only working with the tensioner.  The tensioner need a lot of cleaning and work but turned out very nice.  The jockey wheels spin perfectly and the assembly looks good.  Tensioners like this take a beating and this one looks very good after for a tensioner.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Chain Tensioner
Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Chain Tensioner - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Chain Tensioner - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Chain Tensioner
Exploded

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Chain Tensioner - Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Chain Tensioner
Installed
The brake calipers are early dual pivot calipers, the are very nice calipers.  the calipers are in okay starting shape, very gritty and stiff.  I disassembled the calipers and got to cleaning the parts.  the parts cleaned well and I found no wear at all from the grittiness.  I polished all the components and assembled the pieces.  I applied the grease in the correct pivot points and installed the calipers.  the calipers look fantastic against the red polished paint and function very smooth, I am happy with the results.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Calipers - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Calipers - Exploded

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Calipers - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Brake Calipers - Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Brake Caliper
Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Brake Caliper
Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Brake
Caliper - Installed

The derailleurs are very interesting, the front derailleur is a Sun Tour Mountain Tech, probably one of the best front derailleurs ever.  The rear derailleur is the Sun Tour Mountain Tech also.  I have never come across the Mountain Tech rear derailleur before, it is very different they way the upper jockey wheel is, I was confused.  My friend David V. filled me in on the derailleur and pointed me to some good info on it.  David V. is the owner Trek 720 which can be seen here.

After thinking the derailleur through and the information I was pointed towards I decided to leave the upper jockey wheel a lone and just clean and lubricate it.  It has a tendency to fail if taken apart and that would not be good considering its age.

I cleaned both derailleurs and polished them out, I polished the rear derailleur the best I could with it not disassembled.  The derailleurs cleaned and polished very nice and function well, I like how nice they look installed against the pearl red paint.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Derailleurs - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Derailleur - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Derailleur - Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Front Derailleur - Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Derailleur - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Derailleur - Some Exploded

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Derailleur - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Derailleur - Polished

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Derailleur - Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Derailleur - Installed
At this time I decided to installed the front tire, no particular reason at this point other then I wanted to see it installed.  It looks great installed.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - New Front Tire Installed
The rest of the day with the Tour Easy did not go as well.  The rear seat braces are riveted to the back of the seat.  The top two rivets are broken off and missing so the brace is not connected.  I started with new rivets but they did not hold.  I then went to bigger rivets and they did not hold.  Tomorrow I am going to pick up new even bigger rivets and if they do not work I am going to have to come up with a way to screw the brace in place.

Check back later to see how the riveting goes.

I installed the rear tire, the tire is a Continental Sport tire.  The tire looks fantastic installed.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - New Continental
Tire

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Tire
Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rear Tire Installed

I found rivets large enough to do the chop of connecting the brace tot he seat.  In the photos below the difference between the before and after photos of the back of the seat, the back of the seat cleaned very nice.

I installed the new larger rivets and they worked very well.  In one of the photos below you can see the new rivets installed and the two older rivets that where still holding, I replaced all the rivets just to be safe.

With the seat installed the recumbent is really looking like a recumbent again.

I apologize for the poor photos, I dropped my good camera and I am still waiting on the replacement lens to arrive.

I have also done a lot of the work in the living room to have room for the recumbent, my shop is very small and with the seat installed it is a little difficult to move around.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Seat - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Broken Rivets

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - New Rivets on Left
Old Rivets on Right

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rivets Complete
Sorry for Bad Photo

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Seat Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Seat Installed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Seat Installed
 Before I can wire the recumbent i needed to install the new handlebar grips, I had to modify them to fit with the brake levers and bar end shift levers.  i think they look great installed.


Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - New Handlebar Grips

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - New Handlebar Grips - Installed
 I started wiring the recumbent, the front brake and front derailleur wired fine but my longest brake and shift cable where one inch to short, just one inch.  I have had to order tandem bicycle cables.  i hope the new cables will be here soon.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Recumbent Almost Wired

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Recumbent
Almost Wired
The long brake and shift cables came late last evening. Today I was able to finish the wiring of the Tour Easy.  The wiring actually did not go as smooth as I would have liked or at least the rear brake did not.  The early versions of the dual pivot brake calipers where not the easiest to tune to start with. This rear brake caliper was even more difficult mad by the last 5 inch piece of cable housing and the hard angle it takes into the brake caliper.  In the end that last piece of cable housing had to be with in an 1/8 of an inch of a certain length to keep the caliper centered.  in the end i finally got he rear brake caliper where it should be.

The rest of the cables and housing installed with no problems.   I then took the recumbent out to test ride it.  The test ride to a good deal of fine tuning because I was unable to stand tune the recumbent first.  After the fine tuning the recumbent road very smooth and the sun Tour bar end shift levers work great, I am very happy with the ride.

I took a few photos out side of the recumbent all wired.  After the photos and the fine tuning I raised the handlebars a little more, they where too tilted back towards the seat in the photos below.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Wired

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Cables complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Cables Complete
Now that the recumbent is in a very nice riding condition it is time for all the details from this point on.  The details will start with the rear rack, it needs a lot of cleaning and polishing.  Then the win screen witch will also be a lot of cleaning and actually some very delicate work.  after the wind screen there are just a few small details like a rear view mirror and toe clips.  The devil is in he details.

Check back soon.

Having the Tour Easy in another part of the house away from the shop has made me forgetful on some photos.  It does make a world of difference working on the recumbent outside of the shop where there is enough space for the recumbent, my shop is very small.

The wind shield is dirty and has a good deal of scratches.  I cleaned the shield with warm soapy water and a very soft cloth, the shield is plastic and you never want to use a dry cloth or wash with a lot of pressure or more scratches will appear.  I then applied a few coats of plastic polish and wax, a lot of the smaller scratches removed nicely and over all the wind shield turned out very nice.  I am very happy with the results because I was worried the wind shield would not come back this nice.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wind Shield - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wind Shield - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wind Shield - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wind Shield - Before

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wind Shield Hardware Brackets

I replaced all of the wind shield nuts and bolts with stainless nuts an bolts.  Some of the mounting hardware had some rust, polishing would have cleaned it up very nice but just the metal finish on the bolts it would have rusted quickly again.


Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wind Shield
Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wind Shield
Complete - Mountain Bracket

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Wind Shield
Complete - Mounting Bracket
I forgot to take a photo of the rack before.  I cleaned the rack and then used a soft wire wheels to polish it up a bit.  it is an original Jim Blackburn rack and is very nice.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Rack
Installed
The last thing for now is the Tour Easy decal.  The original decal is not horrible but it is peeling from the bottom some and there are a few air bubbles in it.  Steve ordered a new decal and it looks great installed.

I removed the old decal with Goo Gone and a plastic knife and then polished the paint.  I forgot to take a photo but with 1/8 inch painters tape I laid out a grid on the tube right where I wanted the decal to go.  Taking the time to lay out the grid is well worth it, it gets the decal right where you want it the first time and you do not damage or ruin decals by removing it and doing it again.

The new decal looks fantastic, so much better then the old and the old was not horrible.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Original Tour Easy Decal

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Original Decal - Removed

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - New Decal Installed
Poor Photo
I would have liked to have taken final photos this afternoon but we have had one severe thunderstorm after another today and more through the evening, the final photos will have to wait until the morning.

I wish  I remembered to take photos of the installation of the new brass head badge.  I was talking to a gentleman about a week ago who worked in the welding, manufacturing and metal industries for 50 years, tapping the holes for the new head badge reminded me of the conversation we had.  The conversation was about how to get young people to want to be welders and metal manufacturer today, they all want to be lawyers or famous.  He asked me what gives me the interest or the want to do this stuff I could not come up with anything.  I think you are just born with the interest, like tapping these holes for the head badge, I just really like tapping threads and seeing the results when something is installed, I am a nerd that way.

The test riding was completed sometime ago, I did take the Tour Easy for a final test ride and it rides great, it is a very solid bike and very smooth, it does take a lot of getting use to with the shape and center of gravity.

The final photos turned out nice, I really need that new lens for my new camera to show up, but that is the type of luck I get with Ebay.  The Tour Easy looks amazing, the paint turned out fantastic, the bright work pops and I really like the black wall tires with the red paint, it has a mean look.  I was worried about the wind screen, I thought it would be difficult to bring it back to acceptable levels but it turned out a lot better then acceptable.  The head bade and new decal really bring it all together.

I am extremely happy with the Tour Easy, it really brings this Tour Easy's story full circle for many more years.

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Front

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete - Front

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Front Brake

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
New Head Badge

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Front Wheel

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Stem

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
New Decal

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Drive Train

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Handlebars

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
New Rivets

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Rear Brake

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Rear

Steve T's Tour Easy Recumbent - Bicycle Complete
Rear Wheel
Thank You for all the interest and work,
John Z.

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