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New bike that a buddy of mine gave me. It's a little rough and the front derailer is missing,
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Wow old school! Road bike with cottered cranks! Nice bike
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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Front derailleurs aren't that expensive to replace. Besides, any bike is a nice bike. They become great bikes when they are free. Enjoy the ride......
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Very good point, free is awesome! I would not mind seeing a few more close up pictures of it. The brake caught my attention as I have a couple of these type stashed away. What speed is it? Also if you can get a picture of the rear derailler with the name on it I'll try to figure out what kind of Front Deariller you may need.
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(02-10-2011, 12:44 PM)Bill Wrote:  ...... Also if you can get a picture of the rear derailler with the name on it I'll try to figure out what kind of Front Deariller you may need.

Looks like a Huret.

http://www.cyclingnews.com/blogs/photos/dreaming-of-the-champs-elysees/126151
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After looking at your pictures closely, with more time to myself as well, your bike doesn't have a regular freewheel/cassette but rather a single cog? In this case if you are for a single speed "fixie" type deal then it is definitely a different situation.
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