Early Bronze 52T speedometer drive gear for vintage or Veteran motorcycle, Poss MT.
Someone suggested that it is possibly a Max Thun (MT) vintage bronze speedometer front wheel drive gear made in Switzerland. I have seen a very similar bronze one on a 1915 motorcycle, coupled with a Stewart (USA) speedometer. However, that one had “Stewart” cast on it.
This is currently available on the site for one person to view. If they decide that they don’t want it, then it will have a price shown and available to all.
It is an original part with a 10 dp pitch, at 5.4 diameter and 52 teeth. The part number is 1358.
It is available as you see it, with just two clamp parts. The drive teeth are generally good, with minor wear. As it’s bronze, it has survived well and would look great on a machine with a little patina.
It could well be used with a period-correct Cowey speedometer. However, that depends on your wheel dimension, I suppose. The total diameter of this drive gear is 5-3/8″ from tip-to-tip.
So, if you are looking for an original part fro your vintage or veteran motorcycle, then this early Bronze 52T speedometer drive gear might be for you.
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