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    ID bull moose handlebars?

    got one that is NOT NITTO or made in US;
    no pics yet;
    has a bridge for canti brake cable
    says CHRO-MOLY; MADE IN TAIWAN
    looks like it uses a standard wedge thing, instead of double wedge expander, no pinch bolts; was going to use it on my HUFFY Scout until I noticed that the hardware on the bridge is for a canti brake system rather than a caliper system..

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    only $5 for it....lol

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    ID? OK you tee'd it up.

    A made in Taiwan Bull Moose style bar. Nothing uncommon.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    650B rims or wheel set. 80's vintage 32 or 36 x 135mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff View Post
    ID? OK you tee'd it up.

    A made in Taiwan Bull Moose style bar. Nothing uncommon.
    Yeah, that's about it. Steel wool or brass wool is your friend. That with some chrome polish and they will look pretty nice.
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    >.> so no brand? huh okay lol so they take the normal wedge thing and lock washer assembly?

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    Somewhat nicer than the huffy bull cruiser bar



    heres the set up


    Cycle Pro used to have Taiwan parts like that in the catalog

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    So it would fit my Cycle Pro Oswego frame better than the Huffy frame? thanks!

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    Probably "HL." They made tons of OE parts.

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    And HL eventually became Zoom, or so I read once.

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