1998 Diamondback Viper XL  RSS Feed

#1 2010-05-27 8:32am

angeldozer
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From: Melbourne OZ
Registered: 2009-05-18
Posts: 12
Bikes: 6

1998 Diamondback Viper XL

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1998 Diamondback Viper XL

Built with selected original DB parts

Viper frame - 21 inch Top Tube
Ignitor forks, bars and stem
Custom headset to fit 1 1/8" forks into the 1" steerer. (needed an Engineers degree to pull this off)
SKYWAY tuffs
Really great to cruise.


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#2 2010-09-07 3:46pm

whencedarsfall
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From: Tigard, Oregon
Registered: 2007-08-07
Posts: 41
Bikes: 15

Re: 1998 Diamondback Viper XL

Love the bike... I'm working on an 84' Diamonback myself.  Are you sure those are Tuff's though... They look like the same exact knock-offs that came on my Diamond back... is there any markings on them indicating a company name?  I couldn't find any on mine... they look nice though... I'm using mine for my build.


"Your never to old to ride bmx... live for the moment."

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#3 2010-09-07 10:07pm

Scaramanga
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Registered: 2010-08-23
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Re: 1998 Diamondback Viper XL

possibly Skyway Tuff II's....They remake them now don't they?

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#4 2010-10-17 5:37am

angeldozer
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From: Melbourne OZ
Registered: 2009-05-18
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Re: 1998 Diamondback Viper XL

They are brand new UTILITY Skyways. Cheap as, 80 bucks. All the usual Skyway markings.

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#5 2012-05-09 7:59pm

joshuaj08
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From: Lapeer, MI
Registered: 2009-05-07
Posts: 361
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Re: 1998 Diamondback Viper XL

man i'm a diamondback fan and i always though that frame was a decent frame looks good the way you have it set-up


Looking for mid school s&m stuff! Got a heavy as frank frame let me know I got money!

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