1974 Two Wheeler's Stroker II  RSS Feed

#1 2012-04-02 2:25am

rocket randy
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From: Norman, OK
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1974 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

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1974 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

1974 Stroker II it has been in storage for years

Parts list??


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#2 2012-04-02 6:05pm

Monster-Robot
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Re: 1974 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Three Arrows 42-46t sprocket.  Looks like an LRV fork, could be a Tange TX-500b, hard to tell from the photo.  MX-60 mags (E. Dale Enterprises).  Ashtabula stem, maybe the crank as well.  It looks like a Mesinger Dragon seat but again hard to tell from that photo.

Cool bike.

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#3 2012-04-02 6:12pm

JKelley
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Re: 1974 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Hecka cool! Looks bad ass! I have a pair of those wheels in my garage and in the course of researching them I saw those stoker bikes, now its on my wish list!

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#4 2012-05-06 7:23am

coasty
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Re: 1974 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Very cool! I want those wheels for mine! Nice bike.


70's bmx is where it's at.

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#5 2013-07-08 5:05pm

brunson67
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Re: 1974 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

There isn't a parts list, clean it, re-grease it, and live it as is, it's perfect!


Don't confuse effort with results!

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#6 2014-03-19 4:27pm

MikeB_Can
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Re: 1974 Two Wheeler's Stroker II

Nice bike


Spending My Life Behind Bars -
& enjoying every minute of it !

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