Question about Schwinn Cycling
1973 schwinn tandem deluxe twinn
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: REAR BRAKE
If I remember correctly there should be holes in the hub with set screws to tighten the hub to the axle. The ones I built had square headed bolts. The reason is that the hub can be moved from side to side to better adjust how the chain lines up for shifting. If there are no bolts or set screws but the holes are there you can take the hub to a fastener place to obtain some. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 09, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Schwinn 7
You have conflicting info. If there are multiple gears then there is a derailer. You should take to a bike shop where they can look at it. It is probably a very small easy adjustment.
Posted on Jul 25, 2011
The prices on ebay range from $1,000.00 up. Have a look.
Posted on Dec 15, 2011
Testimonial: "Thank you, Greg - my lemon peeler needs a lot of TLC (cleaning up, etc.) but since it is all original, I think it would be a real treasure for someone interested in bringing it back to life. Can you tell me what information the serial # offers? I think it is a 1973, but what do the other numbers mean? My father gave me this bike when I was approx. 10 years old (38 years ago), and I almost lost it to a yard sale my mother had back in the early 80's. Luckily I stopped her from selling it before it was too late! I've kept this bike with me throughout my life and would like it to go to a good home. Can you recommend the best place to post her for sale? I would prefer not to utilize E-Bay."
Find the joiner link on the chain, remove the retainer clip followed by the link. Remove the chain. Remove the bolt holding the brake arm to the frame. Loosen the axle bolts on the wheel enough to be able to slide the rear wheel out of its slots on the frame.
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
The moving parts on that vintage Schwinn are essentially the same for all of the listed bikes. I expect just about all are currently replaceable with new parts on an item by item basis if that is your need.
Posted on Aug 12, 2012
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