Re: [CR]Vintage headlights anyone?


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From: CYCLESTORE@aol.com
Date: Mon, 13 May 2002 12:50:47 EDT
Subject: Re: [CR]Vintage headlights anyone?
To: ELandpapa@aol.com, Gjvinbikes@aol.com, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org


In a message dated 5/13/02 10:38:49 AM, ELandpapa@aol.com writes:

<< Hi Gang: My 1984 U8 came equiped with a Union generator, The head and taillight must be Halogen ,since they're quite bright, I have also heard that any generator bulb will blow at excess speed,but at age seventy this is no longer a problem for me. While we're talking about lights, I'am looking for a battery operated taillight that would be period correct for my 1977 Record Ace. If any of you have one for sale please let me know. Cheers, Ed Landreth, Norfolk, Va. >>

Hello,

My 1983 Herse came with a Sanyo BB Generator (very smooth and quite though it's showing its age) powering a Soubetez block generator front lamp carefully wired through the rack, mudguard and frame with a halogen bulb. The rear lamp was a fender mounted with hidden wiring ( we sell very similar rear lamps for about $10.00 that work for restoration and general use well).

For battery lamps this late model Herse had a Large reflectored Varta White front flashlight mounted to the back with a custom bracket and a square rear Berec lamp brazed to a bracket bolted to the bottom of the left chainstay to clear the low rider panniers and still provide illumination.

Regards,

Gilbert Anderson

The North Road Bicycle Company your bicycle outfitter 519 W. North St. Raleigh, NC 27603 USA ph toll free in USA :800/321-5511 Local ph: 919/828-8999 E-Mail: cyclestore@aol.com