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#1 2009-03-09 10:28am

OldJagBMXer
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1979 Jag

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1979 Jag

"Hi" guys this is my 1979 Jag Bmx that i have just completed. The frame & forks was re-nickel plated just before I bourght it back in 2008 from a great ebayer thanks "Warren".:
* Roger DeCoster forks,
* Rims Marlyn Distibutors p/l and are similar to the Z-rims,
* Areo cold forged cranks,
* Addicks seat clamp,
* Tange headset and Tange locknut,
* Dia Compe MX 1000 caliper and MX lever,
* AME America two tone grips
Also the pads and stickers are supplied by Hicks Signs Brisbane email address hickssignco@optusnet.com.au Thanks "Hicks".
I would also like to take the time to say thanks to all fellow ebayers and friends for helping me. Regards STEVE ;-}


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#2 2009-03-09 12:33pm

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Re: 1979 Jag

sweet ride! have fun ridin it.

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#3 2009-03-09 12:45pm

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Re: 1979 Jag

That is one beautiful Jag!  big_smile

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#4 2009-03-09 11:04pm

squirrelsmith
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Re: 1979 Jag

you did a great job


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#5 2009-03-10 1:11am

BMXmadDave
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Re: 1979 Jag

Beautiful Jag. Nice to sea a first BMX entry from an Australia member too!


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#6 2009-03-10 4:33pm

OldJagBMXer
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Re: 1979 Jag

"Hi" guys thanks for all the great compliments It's great to see that theres so many admirers of old school bmx and of course the mighty Jag. Well this isnt the first Jag I have had I originaly had a 78 Team Jag back in 82 that I bourght from a mate in Deception Bay north of Brisbane. But sadly like other bmxer's for some strange reason and also for my girlsfriend brother at the time who loved the my Jag asked me a number of times to sell it to him and wouldnt give in, so I decided to part with the Jag:(. Well guess what guys not long after selling the Jag for a mesly $200 at the time the chick broke up with me and I havn't seen either the Jag or the Girl since 1987:(. So Paul from Caboolture north of Brisbane if you ever see this please contact me as im very interested in finding out if you still have the Jag or you may know who may have it.

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#7 2009-03-10 4:36pm

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Re: 1979 Jag

Also I was wondering if any one may or know Steve cohen from Team Jag from 78 to 83. Just interested in finding out about what he is doing these days and aslo may get to speak to him. Re-gards from Steve:D

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#8 2009-03-10 6:00pm

TxFireman
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Re: 1979 Jag

Nice Jag! Good job on it.


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#9 2009-03-20 9:54am

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Re: 1979 Jag

very nice Jag, you have a great taste for bikes, I had a Jag from 1980 to 1986 when I sold it.  My dad helped me build it from the frame up.  She was black with gold ano parts except for the red ano tourney cranks and kkt pedals. A year or two later I tried to buy it back but found out the bike had been stolen from the kid who bought it from me. Steve, I've got a question for you. I know mongoose/BMX products made jag for 1978 and 1979, but then I remember a company I think called trackmaster built a new jag bmx frame without the headtube gusset. Do you remember or know what years these later frames were built and what was the last year for jag bmx? Keep Jaggin. and thanks for sharing fond memories of great old bikes.

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#10 2009-06-04 9:33am

Volcano
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Re: 1979 Jag

I think I sold u that seat smile ...did u pick it up from the Logan swapmeet in February?

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#11 2009-06-23 9:06pm

mudbug
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Re: 1979 Jag

if this is ever up for sale please let me know. . .thanks john

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#12 2009-06-26 4:24pm

OldJagBMXer
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Re: 1979 Jag

Sorry John thanks for your interest in buying the Jag but sadly she's not for sale. As a keen Jag'er and a previouse owner of a Team Jag. It has taken me a long time in finding a Jag and finding one that is in great shape. Thanks to a great ebay'er Warren who had already done the hard work by re-nickling the frame and Roger de coster forks, all I had to do is find the parts and put it together. And this is the end result. But if I ever do decide to sell her I will I will keep you in mind. Regards Steve Keep on Jag'nwink

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#13 2009-11-16 3:53am

djseven
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Re: 1979 Jag

how do you know its a girl? cuz im about to redo my Mosh Method (in "my bikes") in pink & white for my daughter. its got balls of steel- 4130 to be exact but in pink & white what then? so is my tank of a Mosh PREOP now?

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#14 2010-02-03 9:28pm

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Re: 1979 Jag

Is this the same Jag you just submitted?


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#15 2010-02-04 1:27am

OldJagBMXer
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Re: 1979 Jag

Hi there itsdug, Yes this is the same bike as the one I have just submitted.I put it back on to show everyone how much of a difference the bike looks after completing it. The gold anodised parts make it really gleem. Hope you enjoy it smile

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#16 2010-02-23 10:50pm

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Re: 1979 Jag

big_smile

Ho Bro, Love those jag pads! So Sweeeeeeeet!

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#17 2010-02-24 2:59am

OldJagBMXer
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Re: 1979 Jag

Yhanks for great comment on the pad set. If your interested in your own Jag BMX or Team Jag pad set you can contact Glenn Hicks in Brisbane Australia email address at hickssignco@optusnet.com.au and he will be happy to do a set for you. Regards Steve [OldJagBMXer]big_smile

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#18 2010-07-25 12:21am

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Re: 1979 Jag

Sweet Jag bro. Excellent build. Cruesixx


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#19 2013-05-30 3:02am

stevencohen
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Re: 1979 Jag

Hello,

I saw my name from OldJagBMXer.  I doing well.  I work in the Airline Industry as a Maintenance Supervisor.  I am married.  46 years old and still have my jag.  Actually, I gave it Renny Roker two years ago.  I still race now and then.  Still follow the sport but it seems to go through dramatic cycles.


I hate gettng old.

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