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General Category => Freewheeling => The Dark Side => Topic started by: Wobbly John on 10 April, 2019, 11:25:06 pm

Title: Trice - Crystal engineering
Post by: Wobbly John on 10 April, 2019, 11:25:06 pm
Does anybody on the forum have an older Trice and could help me by taking a couple of photos - one of the chain pulleys to show their attachment to the frame, and one of the handlebars/trackrod mounts (with a ruler to show their spacing)?

I have foolishly bought a damaged frame to restore...  :facepalm:

(https://i.ibb.co/YZDbQs0/IMG-1275.jpg)
Title: Re: Trice - Crystal engineering
Post by: Mr Larrington on 11 April, 2019, 01:04:23 pm
Can't help, I'm afraid, but would suggest asking on the BHPC forum.
Title: Re: Trice - Crystal engineering
Post by: cycleman on 11 April, 2019, 09:15:06 pm
Torslanda has got my old trice at his shop at the moment. It is one of the last one's Peter Ross built before selling the factory to the workforce when he retired. I can tell you that the pulley mount is not strong enough and kept bending and evently aloud the chain  come off endangering the cross tube.  :)
Title: Re: Trice - Crystal engineering
Post by: DTEK HPVS on 13 April, 2019, 09:12:24 am
Torslanda has got my old trice at his shop at the moment. It is one of the last one's Peter Ross built before selling the factory to the workforce when he retired. I can tell you that the pulley mount is not strong enough and kept bending and evently aloud the chain  come off endangering the cross tube.  :)


The workforce ?? …...hmm two people Chris and Neil the founders and directors of ICE who now employ more than twenty workers .
As for the comment about the pulley mount
Probably based on years of B****ing things with the infamous quote heard at many rally meeting over the years ..........."I cann't believe how that happened"   ::-)
……..it was made from high tensile steel bolt .....
However .............
The frame tube cracks around the weld zone hence the distorted pulley mount
I have pictures and details of ye old frame details  if John would like to message me
Title: Re: Trice - Crystal engineering
Post by: Nightmare-1 on 16 April, 2019, 02:40:57 pm
Oh! it was you who bought that.
I was going to bid on it but it was too far to collect.

Good luck.
Title: Re: Trice - Crystal engineering
Post by: Nightmare-1 on 16 April, 2019, 02:55:38 pm
Try these people.
https://shop.icletta.com/en/idlers-cranks-chains/idler-set-for-windcheetah.html (https://shop.icletta.com/en/idlers-cranks-chains/idler-set-for-windcheetah.html)

^^This ones for a windcheater.^^

HTH
Title: Re: Trice - Crystal engineering
Post by: Wobbly John on 16 April, 2019, 06:00:14 pm
It's more a case of seeing if I can incorporate chain pulley mounts in the repairs I have to do.  :-\
 
I'm still running original pulleys on the Windcheetah. :demon: