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#1 2012-10-12 5:55pm

Myke02
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1995 Diamondback Viper

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1995 Diamondback Viper

Found this at thrift store 40 bucks with manual,and few other goodies. Made in USA

lil buffing to chrome and tlc this bike is going to be fresh need to know lil info what types of wheels will make this fresh and what else should i do


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#2 2012-10-13 6:38pm

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Re: 1995 Diamondback Viper

cool


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#3 2012-11-08 8:52am

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Re: 1995 Diamondback Viper

I am not sure about made in the usa probably assembled in usa wink  But I could be wrong.


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#4 2012-11-09 10:06pm

Myke02
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Re: 1995 Diamondback Viper

Has made in USA decal yay! So yea got a score on this

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#5 2012-11-09 10:10pm

Myke02
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Re: 1995 Diamondback Viper

Yeah I think I saw ya when I used too inline back in them good ole days 97 and 98 around that period

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#6 2014-10-03 11:42pm

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Re: 1995 Diamondback Viper

I would go with the theme of yellow since the decals are yellow.  Take off the clear plastic chain guard.  Possibly give it a yellow chain and yellow tires.  That's just me though.


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#7 2016-03-08 1:37pm

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Re: 1995 Diamondback Viper

I had a 95 DB viper i bought from a dealer and it did not look any of these. it had angled round tube from the seat tube on the frame that then split off into seat stays. and mine had a 3pc crank and spider on mine also. no pics for it is no longer in existence after the top tube broke away from the head tube and got a 98 version under warranty that also did not look like any of these. the top tube and down tube were welded together as one on the head tube for added strength.

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#8 2016-03-08 1:42pm

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Re: 1995 Diamondback Viper

Myke02 wrote:

http://bmxmuseum.com/image/20121010_17.04.28.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/20121010_17.05.24.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/20121010_17.03.11_copy0.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com/image/20121010_17.02.44.jpg

1995 Diamondback Viper

Found this at thrift store 40 bucks with manual,and few other goodies. Made in USA

lil buffing to chrome and tlc this bike is going to be fresh need to know lil info what types of wheels will make this fresh and what else should i do


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

more than likely it is taiwan made as mine was but assembled in the usa at a dealer somewhere. WSI had these made in taiwan and shipped to california to be boxed up and sent out across the USA.

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