ID help neded on frames

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  1. joabthebugman

    joabthebugman New Member

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    Check out the two shifters on the top bar
    The one with the grip is a hurst shifter with a B&M grip and operates the front brake. No idea whet the other one is supposed to do

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    The Yellow one is just a frame and wheels, it is leaning against the black one
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  2. silverbear

    silverbear The Boy Who Never Grew Up

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    No head badges or decals of any kind? The black one I have no idea, but looks from this angle like it could be a Schwinn head badge. Can't see the whole springer because of that cup sitting there, but I'm guessing a schwinn springer fork. The cobweb deals are kind of neat. Don't recognize the sprocket. Second one wants a motor whatever it is. Nice bikes. What can you say about them? Where'd you get them? What size rims on each one?
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  3. joabthebugman

    joabthebugman New Member

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    The head badge on the black one is "HOOKER SUPER COMPETITION" the hubs both have Mr Horsepower logos on them

    One of the shifte cables leads to the front brake the other goes into the frame but I can't find an exit hole
    Yodar suggested that possibly it went to a multispeed hub
    The decals on the sprocket are for Moon high performance auto parts

    I am assuming that this is a concept bike put together by someone in the hot rod sports

    The yellow bike I bought form a kid that bought it from a local mechanic that gets them in bulk from local police auctions and then sells then cheap
    The kid bought it and "fixed it up" to build and then decided it was too hard for him

    I would love to put it together today but I have to fix the paint job and true the wheels and just don't have the time with my job till next month

    I got it and most of a 2 stroke motor kit for $100

    No badges or markings anywhere, but I have seen a BMX that looked similar, without the typical pregnant look that most cruisers have


    Also bought a Salara yesterday, ever heard of that??
     
  4. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    the yellow one looks like one of the Husky industrial bikes and the black one looks like a rat-rodded schwinn knock-off.
     
  5. joabthebugman

    joabthebugman New Member

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    I do believe you are correct on the Husky Bairdco

    The ratrod has been put together very professionally with good clean welds


    I would like to figure out some way to use the shifters
    Maybe one as the clutch and the other going to a 3speed hub that I have laying around
     

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