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if you don't see a mounting bracket,then yes the screws should be under the fender.I would like to see some pics of the bike.
Can you hear me now? Restoring an antique radio!
I just saw my issue, it had to do with the extra supports on the wheel covers leading to the axel
But another issue is with the headlight. There is a partial bullet headlight, but I can't see any screws. Granted, I haven't taken off the wheels yet so maybe the screws are on the inside of the tire cover, but do you know where the screws are?
What parts? I use PBblast,spray on any rusty spot and let it sit awhile. Then spray more while undoing a bolt or removing handle bars.
I have a 1957 Schwinn Hornet beach cruiser, and I don't know how to remove parts of it to get rust off and replace parts. Any help?
Halloween Hand Grab Scare / Floating Head Illusion
Yes it was on a feature page from instuctable.
Restoring a Vintage 1950's bicycle
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Getting to Know your Camera
A pic of a project I finished using instructables.
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Upgrading my camping bucket light.
Refurbish a Vintage 1950's bicycle
I agree,although I robe the bike a couple of times so far.The seat is not that uncomfortable.
nice looking finish. If you're going for less restauration/ more repair for use, a new saddle is usually more comfortable anyway :)
Refurbish a Vintage 1950's bike
Outdoor camp light
Rebirth of a antique radio
Perfect Pasta everytime
Thank you for some reason all my text did not show in the listing.I am surprised the editors let it post.
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