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  • Benelux 7 servicing instructions
    Restoration Home page Readers bikes Classic components Classic frame builders Classic designs Restoration Classic riders Reminiscences Photo Gallery Ride calendar Links to related sites Benelux 7 servicing instructions 2008 Peter

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  • Benelux Super 60 details and instructions
    Readers bikes Classic components Classic frame builders Classic designs Restoration Classic riders Reminiscences Photo Gallery Ride calendar Links to related sites Benelux Super 60 details and instructions Submitted by Peter

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  • Benelux Sport P2 details and instructions
    page Readers bikes Classic components Classic frame builders Classic designs Restoration Classic riders Reminiscences Photo Gallery Ride calendar Links to related sites Benelux Sport P2 details and instructions Submitted by

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  • Bottom bracket lengths
    the axle hollow The adjusting cup had a hexagonal adjustment and the lockring had 8 notches Beautifully polished as good as anything from Europe The table below classifies the different cottered axles and hopefully will provide a useful guide to what those numbers mean Model no TDC equilivent no Overall length mm Distance between bearing surfaces Comments 15 4 122 52 Often marked ngcc non gearcase clearance 23 9 125 5 52 Single ring with derailleur 14 2 129 52 Williams etc doubles 8 none 135 52 BSA pattern 5 pin doubles eg Stronglight Gnutti Milremo etc NB No 22 The 5 pin pattern needs a wider clearance to avoid the chainring bolts rubbing the fixed cup NB All the axles were available in plain brown or polished finish no difference in terms of the bearing surfaces Ref 3 53 CTC Gazette Ad for new no 23 axles 7 53 CTC Gazette Ad for new Featherweight bracket set 2 Cotterless TA axles for their cranks and 49Ds have a number 314 single chainring 344 double 373 and 374 triple Peter Underwood adds I too seem to spend a lot of time juggling with bottom bracket axles For example I decided to upgrade my Flying Scot which had a single Brampton chainset to a double Stronglight TA cottered set up I have a very crude way of measuring axles from the inner bearing edge to the outside edge of the crank I had a note that the Ephgrave with Durax double chainset was 32 36 Checking the existing axle showed it to be 32 34 so I tried 32 36 This nearly worked except that bolts on the inside of the chainring just caught the chainstay Out with the axle and I eventually found a 34 38 which seemed to do

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  • Conloy/Simplex gear conversion
    remembering that as a deformable parallogram gear it preceeded the ubiquitous Campagnolo Gran Sport by 3 years However despite it s upper sprung pivot it s performance is let down by a single roller This can be easily modified by removing the single jockey wheel and adding the cage and two jockey rollers from a Simplex Tour de France derailleur as seen in the photos This is a period correct

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  • Cycle threads
    Oversize for Tandem Steering column 31 32 30 Steering column 1 24 Standard for early forks Steering column 1 26 Chater Lea and Raleigh Bottom bracket shell and cups also rear wheel sprocket 1 370 24 L and R Bottom bracket specials 1 376 26 L and R Raleigh bracket Bottom Bracket specials 1 450 26 L and R Chater Lea and Tandem Pedal Spindle crank end 9 16 20 L and R Pedal Spindle outer end 5 16 26 Front Wheel Spindle 5 16 26 Rear Wheel Spindle 3 8 26 Rear Lock Ring for SPKT 1 290 24 Left hand Clamp bolts for seat pillar 5 16 26 Clamp Bolts for head clip 3 8 26 Tandem Clamp Bolts for handlebar 5 16 26 Clamp Bolt for alloy handlebar 1 4 26 Cotter Pins 17 64 and 1 4 26 Chain adjusters Brake screws 3 16 32 Saddle clip bolts 5 16 18 Saddle Tension bolts 3 8 20 Tricycle saddle bolts 7 16 14 Chater Lea Chainwheel screw 17 64 25 Only used by Chater Lea Standard Chainwheel screw 3 16 32 Sturmey Archer rear axle 0 4 26 Spoke Sizes SWG No cut rolled thread Spoke

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  • Derailleur gear tables (by Simplex)
    calendar Links to related sites Derailleur gear tables by Simplex You can spend ages working out the right gear ratios when using a double chain set with your derailleur gear The table below produced by Simplex lays out all the

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  • Frame identification by frame number
    main frame number difficult to read the steerer tube number is the only reliable evidence Granby before 1940 used to punch the number on the underside of the head tube along the bottom edge of the fork crown Dursley Pedersen numbers are underneath the leading edge of the front fork spreader plate which carries the lower steering swivel of this frame with the frame s size number on the right near side of the same member 2 Examine the frame number what does it contain See Table 2 Is it a plain serial number or does it have some preceding numbers or letters a prefix or perhaps has some numbers or letters that follow the main number a suffix In order to be a prefix or suffix in this instance there should be a space between the number and the pre or suffix part ot perhaps they are on a different line Note that some number sequences contain a code perhaps made up by having the year of manufacture as the initial or last numbers or indeed both For simplicity this analysis stops at this point and refers you to the published sources or if you are a member of the Veteran CycleClub V CC to the appropriate ME 3 Examine the type of character its font or its shape See Table 3 Note the type of font of the numbers or letters are they curly or straight in style and then their size are they large or small for this table a simple division into large or small has been made at 4mm 5 32 inch When you have established these frame number characteristics refer to the tables below and see if you can find a possible manufacturer Not all possible variations are shown in the tables to avoid them becoming too cluttered Also very few makers maintained the same system of numbering throughout their production run there will be many exceptions However if within the imperfections of this information you feel you have identified a maker then if a member send your frame number details to the appropriate V CC Marque Enthusiast together with any other descriptions such as the lugs and other integral maker s features shown by the frame Depending on the marque the ME may be able to date the machine very accurately from the number Table 1 Typical frame number locations for British bicycles Location and orientation Marques with frame number at this location On BB at 12 o clock at N S GA some Holdsworth Freddie Grubbs have a name oval here On the BB at 6 o clock upright Prewar and post war Rensch Paris Rotrax Sun Bates Hill Special AJ Hodge Major Nichols Freddie Grubb Hetchins Gillott from 1951 Sun Bates Frederick EF Russ Granby Viking post 1961 BB at 9 o clock sometimes at base of Downtube Ephgrave BB on left BB on right On N S rear drop out Stallard Baines Carlton Saxon Gillott prior to 1951 Carlton Viking

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