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1946 Western Flyer 26

#1 2021-03-19 3:54pm

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1946 Western Flyer 26

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1946 Western Flyer 26

Boss Pre-war 26’ 3 Bar BMX Strandie

Western Flyer Frame ,Fork,Skip Tooth Drive Train,56/ 22 gear Ratio. With American HUBS,Rear Coaster Brake. Cool rear facing Loop Tail drop outs,and Cook Bro’s.type built in chain Tensioners. Round brake bridge. Crazy 1/2 inch solid stainless seat post(Beleive aftermarket Mr.Ticks???) BMX Strandie build, with Suntour XC pedals,OG Round Tuf-Neck,Early 70s TROXEL-Made In MOSCOW TENNESSEE Padded Seat,& Big Horn SE Bars...
Edit; Will post cool Serial Number Charts for Cleveland Welding Co. The Manufacture of many Early Pre-War bikes ,back to the 30s... Kopasetic...


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#2 2021-03-19 5:35pm

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Re: 1946 Western Flyer 26

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#3 2021-12-06 4:43am

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Re: 1946 Western Flyer 26

Here are a Few of Cleveland Welding Company Serial Number Charts- https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/82515/36fdcdbd-c60b-48f2-aec4-021adec1cb8261ae055323.jpeg
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#4 2021-12-06 6:20am

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Re: 1946 Western Flyer 26

Bro, you have a bike older than you?! :lol::cool:

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#5 2021-12-06 6:22am

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Re: 1946 Western Flyer 26

DutchRipper wrote:

Bro, you have a bike older than you?! :lol::cool:

Have a 1936 Hawathia- That I need to Build... Awesome frames with rear facing Drop outs,round brake Bridge.Really Cool 3 Bar Cruisers...:cool:


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#6 2021-12-06 6:26am

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Re: 1946 Western Flyer 26

kopwithit wrote:

DutchRipper wrote:

Bro, you have a bike older than you?! :lol::cool:

Have a 1936 Hawathia- That I need to Build... Awesome frames with rear facing Drop outs,round brake Bridge.Really Cool 3 Bar Cruisers...:cool:

I looked it up, awesome! Now I understand were the retro models that look just like that come from! :)


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