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#1 2010-04-17 1:17am

batsld
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1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

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1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

restored stroker i have had in my garage for years unrestored hanging up until this last winter

rode this bike when i was about 11 or 12, powder coated frame and handlebars,n.o.s. ashtabula forks neck and cranks,bead blasted mx60 wheels all new bearings throughout,  original messenger u.s.a. seat and sugino 44 tooth sprocket,


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#2 2010-04-27 3:22am

DynoChic
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

Awesome bike... What is it it says on the rim? J/W...


I'll never ride anything with gears...

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#3 2010-04-27 3:37am

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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

awesome


out with the new in with the old!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! smile
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#4 2010-05-01 12:44pm

batsld
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

dale enterprizes these are the rare MX60 or what we called daisy mags.

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#5 2010-05-01 12:48pm

batsld
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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

thank you for your comments.

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#6 2011-04-30 11:03pm

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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

Nice bike ! I also have one ,going to rebuild it someday ! Mine was set up like yours,but I had the square forks,and when freestyle came out,I threw them away,like a dummy lol ! Also threw them MX60's away! Mine were black and weigh about 100 pounds a piece ! It's funny I found the bars,neck and grips still on,and when I picked them up , my hand stuck to the grip,so I got mad and told the Wife to lift the garbage can lid,and I threw them away,just last year ! I hated the parts on these bikes ! I'm going retro on mine ! And yes S&M Chrome Perfect 10's on this build Baby big_smile ! Nice ride u have there ! Ken !


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#7 2011-10-04 11:38pm

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Re: 1975 Two Wheeler's Stroker

Great save and restore... Congrats!!!

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