Bicycle Spokes #28 Local Steel spokes

Bicycle Spokes #28 Local Steel spokes
  1. each of the bars or wire rods connecting the center of a wheel to its outer edge.
    • each of a set of radial handles projecting from a ship's wheel.
    • each of the metal rods in an umbrella to which the material is attached.
    • 1. One of the rods or braces connecting the hub and rim of a wheel.
      2. Nautical One of the handles projecting from the rim of a ship's steering wheel.
      3. A rod or stick that may be inserted into a wheel to prevent it from turning.
      4. A rung of a ladder.
      tr.v. spoked, spok·ing, spokes
      1. To equip with spokes.
      2. To impede (a wheel) by inserting a rod.
    • A spoke is one of some number of rods radiating from the center of a wheel (the hub where the axle connects), connecting the hub with the round traction surface.

      A spoked wheel on display at The National Museum of Iran, in Tehran. The wheel is dated to the late 2nd millennium BC and was excavated at Choqa Zanbil.
      The remains of a pair of cartwheels with metal axle assembly.
      An Ox-wagon in Aliwal North, South Africa. Note the three missing spokes and the metal tyre.
      Wooden spoke wheel with metal rim from antique truck on display in Underground Atlanta.
      Metal tension-spoke wheel from a bicycle.

      The term originally referred to portions of a log that had been split lengthwise into four or six sections. The radial members of a wagon wheel were made by carving a spoke (from a log) into their finished shape. A spokeshave is a tool originally developed for this purpose. Eventually, the term spoke was more commonly applied to the finished product of the wheelwright's work, than to the materials he used.

    • 270pesos per gross 144pcs..
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