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#1 2008-01-10 8:04am

85Properformer
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From: Painesville , OH
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1984 Hutch Trick Star

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1984 Hutch Trick Star

Early Trickstar..no s/n numbers or stamped brake bridges.

Had this frame and fork since '84...decided it was time to restore!! Now has Hutch mags(made by O.G.K. for Hutch,with HUTCH stamped on wheels)The mags were pink (faded)but I wanted red,so I dyed them.Coaster brake too,getting hard to find! I wanted to go all HUTCH parts,but bars,stems,and most other HUTCH parts are selling for a small fortune!!! I decided to use some of MY favorite parts,just like the old days,not staying with one brand. Bars are Haro,GT stem,A'ME grips,SST oryg,Odyssey sprocket - rear brake - B.B. ,ELF seat post,Dynamax seat,GT crank,Primo petals,Dia-compe levers,Promax front brake,Redline chain tensioners,KMC chain.This is the one that got me back into freestyle after 19 years,so even though its in the museum,I still ride it and do some basic tricks(carefully) as much as I can!!!


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#2 2008-03-27 6:19pm

stclair411
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From: Richmond, VA
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

It's different, and that makes it cool. Nice bike.

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#3 2008-04-06 1:23am

85Properformer
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

Thank's...I LOVE this bike!!! I guess thats what matters.

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#4 2008-08-11 6:39pm

undr8ed
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

That's a good looking bike!


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#5 2009-01-04 7:26pm

pinchwrench
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From: cleveland
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

Use the parts you got or can find seems like a good idea to me,much better than staring at a frame and fork on the floor.I have been inspired.

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#6 2011-07-26 5:52am

Aulton
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

Sweet bike good to hear your riding it


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