cranny, cranny, to put under my fanny

Discussion in 'Motorized Cruiser Bicycles' started by good vibrations, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. sphilsaw1

    sphilsaw1 New Member

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    I went to my local wally and check the wheels out again my spoke wrench would only fit the 12 gauge slot here are a couple of pics
     

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    sphilsaw1 New Member

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    could some other members check their local wally and see if they have the same wheels or is my wally got a unicorn
     
  3. CoastalCruiser

    CoastalCruiser New Member

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    It's a little bit bigger than 14 guage!
     
  4. good vibrations

    good vibrations New Member

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    A unicorn, I like that. I think they might be just 12, but so far they seem to be doing fine for me. I had Alex wheels with a deore hub on the back of my G.F., 32 hole, lighter guage spokes, but these wheels seem to be stronger IMO. Where I ride the roads aren't nice at all and with no suspension on this build, cornering and general top speed feel alot more stable. I think other posters were right when they've said that Huffy must have been payin' attention to consumer demand. I highly recomend this bike. Mine gets 140 miles on it some days. Only had this build for alittle bit but I feel alot of miles are gonna pass under those tires.
     
  5. sphilsaw1

    sphilsaw1 New Member

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    do u guys remember the black cranbrook from the good old days that had the fenders and wheels made out of tin foil LOL!!!
     
  6. Birddog1148

    Birddog1148 New Member

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    I got that new Cranbrook today to use as a bike ( I liked riding my Schwinn Landmark before I motorised it) I dont have a spoke gage but I do have a dial caliper.
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  7. tmcbroo

    tmcbroo New Member

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    I have a calibrated eye..... no but a 14 ga is the normal spoke 12 ga is like a moped or small dirt bike
     
  8. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    You mean a 10 G is....
     

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