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I have a peugeot frame of a similar age and have found it to be more bother than its worth. There was a period when peugeot made an effort to make all of their compenent dimensions round metric numbers. This practice was not adopted by many other manufacturers so getting parts to fit that frame might be a hassle. On my peugeot frame; Steering tube internal ...


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That is a unique-looking bike. The seat stays appear to be bolted on top and bottom, which is how a PO was able to fit a belt without cutting the frame or using a split belt. That it has track ends rather than a dropout suggests this might have been a track bike in its early years. However track bikes generally don't have brakes for track use. It is ...


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This may not be the info you expect, but for your purposes, it doesn't matter at all. Your mother wants to ride again, and that's fantastically awesome. Anything that progresses the goal nearer to completion is good. I suggest you find out if she had a bike in the past, what brand it was, what colour, and anything she remembers about it. Perhaps conscript ...


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tl;dr: knowing the parts is useless. You have a caliper, now you just need to remove everything and measure everything. You will learn something just by disassembling this bicycle and not focusing on brands, just on dimensions and "mechanics" of the parts you are removing. Then, about reassembling it, it will cost you 5 times the money and 50 times ...


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