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#1 2012-01-29 3:20am

screaminwheels
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1974 Webco Inc.

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1974 Webco Inc.

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#2 2012-01-29 6:11am

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

That's a very nice Webco Inoue-san!!!  cool

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#3 2012-01-29 1:06pm

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

woow that is a cool bike!


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#4 2012-01-29 5:32pm

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

Frame is a '75.  A '74 would have the "cigar stays" behind the bottom bracket.  The 2nd generation single gusset has the "cigarette box" like yours (ALL single gusset Webcos are hard to find...I've only seen about 2-3 of the 1st gen).  Still a really early BMX frame...way too early for the rest of your parts.  Even the Webco fork is about '77 or '78 if I remember correctly.  You have a bunch of cool parts on the bike but they are not the right ones for that bike.

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#5 2012-01-29 6:09pm

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

Very sick bike. Gotta love the early webcos.  Were did ya find that one?   Nice.


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#6 2012-01-30 3:37pm

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

March 1975 Test.  This shows the "cigar stays".

http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c200/Monster-Robot/Webco%20BMX/WebcoTest-March1975.jpg

Thom Lund on a Webco:

http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c200/Monster-Robot/Webco%20BMX/TLund-singlegussetbanana.jpg

Also March '75:

http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c200/Monster-Robot/Webco%20BMX/1975-03-WebcoNewProducts-BMXN.jpg

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#7 2012-01-30 6:22pm

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

THANKS !!

>>Monster-Robot
I PUT ON TITLE 1975 WEBCO .
I UNDERSTANDING the "cigar stays".
THANK YOU FOR MANY INFO ABOUT WEBCO !!smile

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#8 2012-07-20 10:24pm

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

Correct or not the bike looks good!


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#9 2013-02-01 6:49pm

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

Sweet lookin webco.


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#10 2013-07-07 6:14pm

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

Anitique meets old school. Cool ride. cool


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#11 2014-11-18 11:18am

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Re: 1974 Webco Inc.

Hey I built this Webco a few years ago... I'm glad to see you didn't change a thing. I know parts weren't right for  the year, but they were right for me in 1978-79, when I was building My first BMX Bike which was a 78 Webco Ultimate. I sold the 75 bike to send my kid to Oklahoma for Grands a couple of years ago,, I still have the 78,,, man this 75 is one bike I wish I still had. Thank you for posting it up, and keeping it like that. The parts list on that thing is bad ass, and you will never see another one built like that, the frame is a hard find, and those forks are even harder to find, and both are like MINT!!!

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