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#1 2008-02-07 8:26am

Paul Dumbell
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1982 Procraft Ultima XL

http://bmxmuseum.com/image/frame1_copy1.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/frame2_copy1.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/frame3_copy0.jpg

1982 Procraft Ultima XL

Any info about this company?

Well This will be the first rebuild Im gonna try my hand at. Its got a small dent on the chainstay, and Im still trying to find a proper fork for it, but a modest project must start somewhere. I havent ridden in 24 years, and I hope that my knees will be able to take the punishment still, because Im not building this up to put in a corner and stare at it! I moved to Europe 15 years ago, and honestly only took it because it was all I could find in the line of old school in my neck of the woods (Germany). Anyway, the pics are from the seller ( I would never hang a bike on the wall?!?!?), and I know there is a Redline Decal on it, but He assured me that its a procraft....can anyone confirm this?


http://bmxmuseum.com/img/view-bike-in-museum.gif


If it dont rock...then it better roll

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#2 2008-02-07 9:37am

DR RAD
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Re: 1982 Procraft Ultima XL

welcome aboard  you got nice frame thats procraft ultima you  need a 5 inch fork to fit on that same as  redline pl 20 good luck on your build.

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#3 2008-02-09 1:01pm

Paul Dumbell
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Re: 1982 Procraft Ultima XL

The forks steering tube should be then about 6.5 inches, right? Who else had those sizes? Schwinn sting was a bit large if I remember correctly...anything else?


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