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Cranks and chainguard
This chain-guard was cleaned-up and re-used, but sadly something went wrong one afternoon and I mangled it pretty badly around the cranks. The mounting point was also bent and badly rusted, so it was hack-sawed off. I wear bicycle clips or tuck my trouser into my sock anyway, so it's no great loss to me. The drive-side crank is not original, as it does not have the Raleigh Heron's head. The non-drive side crank is original but bent. I replaced the non-drive side crank with one I found in a spare parts bin (165mm what are the odds?) and the non-original cranks are much sturdier, even if a little heavier. Picture by Seller
Posted by raleightwenty on November 7, 2009 Full Size|

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