Hello from Belgium

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  1. rudy312

    rudy312 New Member

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    Hello, I live in belgium
    New on this forum
    I 'm rudy I' m 42 years old
    I own 2 coventry eagle midget 98cc from 1932
    A whizzer 138cc, e do not know anything else on this bike ??
    A motoconfort 125cc from 1954 french motorcycle
    I am looking for help for my whizzer
    Model, date of abrication, etc etc
    thank you
     
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    xseler Well-Known Member

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    Howdy & welcome to the clubhouse!!

    Best of luck with your projects.
     
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    Welcome Rudy. We would love to see photos of your collection when you can.
     
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    Ludwig II Well-Known Member

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    Hello, thank you for your welcome
    I will share my passion Which has since years
    I will put pictures of my machines
    I hope to find help for my whizzer
    Sorry for the translation but it is via google translation
     
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    My first coventry eagle of 1932 bought in belgium

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    My second coventry eagle bought at auction
    On ebay uk
    We did the trip callais / douvre to get the bike

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    my whizzer

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  8. Ludwig II

    Ludwig II Well-Known Member

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    Mon système pour Google translate est simple. J'utilise des phrases courtes. Ils conservent le sens mieux que les longs. Je traduis dans la langue sélectionnée.
    Je copie la traduction. Puis je traduis de nouveau en anglais. Je modifie le résultat si nécessaire. Je continue jusqu'à ce que le même message soit reçu qui a été envoyé.
     
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    Hello, for the translation that 's what I do
    I have translated 2 times to be sure that it corresponds to what I mean
    I have 2 worries with my whizzer
    I can not find a tire, I bought it without the tires
    No one gets to give me the exact size of my rims even at the dealers
    Who would give me the exact size of these wheels and or find tires ??
    My second problem is that I have to shift the distribution of a tooth to have of the ignition, therefore the original landmarks are not enface l of the other as envisaged in the maintenance manual
     
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    Ludwig II Well-Known Member

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    Have you talked to a vintage or historic specialist bicycle mechanic about tyres for tandems, or anyone who deals with historic cyclomoteurs? You might have to change the rims to use modern sizes if there is no choice, but those are the people I would go to first.

    The ignition problem will probably have happened to someone here who owns a Whizzer. With luck, they will give you an answer.
     
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    Hello,I have already searched several places
    But unfortunately in belgium there is not much info on this kind of vehicle
     
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    Hello, here is the new
    I found of peus
    The dimensions is 24 inches X 2 1/4
    The tires are chambrier marks, very mediocre quality
    The size seems to be almost ca but in width ca at air pretty thin, they are
    Very hard to climb, they place themselves very badly even with soap, the fat and a fairly strong inflation
    24 inches seems to be the right size but 2 1/4 I doubt it is good
     

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