A solution to twisting chains for FWD

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I saw this on ebay. It was a one off "engineer built" using a UJ to cope with chain demands. On side fixed to the frame and the other the forks. It does mean that you have LHD either at the crank or wheel so makes at least one end a derailleur issue.

 
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There was an attempt at a commercial one like this , can't for the life of me either remember it's name nor find it on the net.
Something like Sikes or similar , I think I have it in a book however can't find that either but the book maybe out on loan.
Sorry

Paul
 
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Janguns

yep that's the guy I was looking for , it first appeared on a 2 wheeler maybe called a Chameleon ?
Still can't find anything on the net about the earlier bike.

Paul
 
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