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#1 2013-01-17 3:30pm

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Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

This is a pre serial number CW TFL 22 inch top tube frame with Original chrome that has been polished i a while back i think.It looks like it was built up how it is in the late 80's or early 90's judging the parts used.It has Araya 7x hoops laced with high flange Crupi hubs,GT pro series stem,Takagi Chromo cranks 24tpi with the Ultralite bmx plastic cup bottom bracket.
Cinelli Volare Swade seat,he said was og to the bike+CW Cruiser bars.
The og box is cool and has models listed on the side,plus i got the Warranty card,this is a pretty early frame built in Brea Ca.Not sure what brand number plate but he said it was original to the bike bitd.

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#2 2013-01-17 3:38pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

Very cool


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#3 2013-01-17 3:38pm

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Cool score. I'll take the wheels Jeff. wink  See you Saturday. big_smile


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#4 2013-01-17 3:39pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

Nice! cool


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#5 2013-01-17 3:40pm

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No100Sy wrote:

Cool score. I'll take the wheels Jeff. wink  See you Saturday. big_smile

Hey Juan,what year are those hubs from?,i think i have a bike to use them on

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#6 2013-01-17 3:42pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

This is a way cool score! I like that the frame TT only has a slight angle to it.

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#7 2013-01-17 3:42pm

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Jeez Jeff, awesome. smile


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#8 2013-01-17 4:22pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

Off to another good start I see.


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#9 2013-01-17 4:24pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

cool smile big_smile

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#10 2013-01-17 4:28pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

troynlori wrote:

Off to another good start I see.

Yep,been looking for a CW cruiser for a while to put my cranks on

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#11 2013-01-17 4:37pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

Nice.  I've picked up a couple, but not quite so nice.


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#12 2013-01-17 5:02pm

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king stinger wrote:

No100Sy wrote:

Cool score. I'll take the wheels Jeff. wink  See you Saturday. big_smile

Hey Juan,what year are those hubs from?,i think i have a bike to use them on

Maybe late '90s(99) through '05?????  Hoops and hubs are wrong era though. tongue


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#13 2013-01-17 5:08pm

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king stinger wrote:

No100Sy wrote:

Cool score. I'll take the wheels Jeff. wink  See you Saturday. big_smile

Hey Juan,what year are those hubs from?,i think i have a bike to use them on

Maybe late '90s(99) through '05?????  Hoops and hubs are wrong era though. tongue

Thanks,that is what i was thinking,cool set up though and straight,not sure if i want to respoke.I am putting the black ano 7x's on this bike.

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#14 2013-01-17 5:34pm

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Nice score!! Did this come from Placentia? A buddy was asking me about it the other day. Said it was still in the box and not built yet. Looks like it's built....smile


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#15 2013-01-17 5:44pm

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Very cool - dibs on that bb when you've moved on big_smile

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#16 2013-01-17 5:46pm

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Sweet.big_smile

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#17 2013-01-17 5:50pm

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Nice pull Jeff


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#18 2013-01-17 6:58pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

Great find.  The TFL's ride nice.  The TFM's, not so nice IMO.  TFL's are definitely better suited for an adult rider.

  Sweet cranks !  Those the ones w/ the 1/2" pedal boss?


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#19 2013-01-17 7:16pm

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Great find.  The TFL's ride nice.  The TFM's, not so nice IMO.  TFL's are definitely better suited for an adult rider.

  Sweet cranks !  Those the ones w/ the 1/2" pedal boss?

The cranks are Takagi Chro-mo 1 piece 180 mm,the bottom bracket is Ultralite bmx company with sealed cartridge bearings in plastic cups,not sure how to remove the cups yet.

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#20 2013-01-17 7:20pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

They should just pop out with a tap - use wood or an old alloy post - the cups are plastic and should slide out pretty easy (but they also damage easy, so be gentle)

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#21 2013-01-17 7:21pm

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king stinger wrote:

Snyderman wrote:

Great find.  The TFL's ride nice.  The TFM's, not so nice IMO.  TFL's are definitely better suited for an adult rider.

  Sweet cranks !  Those the ones w/ the 1/2" pedal boss?

The cranks are Takagi Chro-mo 1 piece 180 mm,the bottom bracket is Ultralite bmx company with sealed cartridge bearings in plastic cups,not sure how to remove the cups yet.

I was asking about your CW 3pc crank.  Don't those have the 1/2" pedal boss?


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#22 2013-01-17 7:24pm

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Huntin4BMX wrote:

Nice score!! Did this come from Placentia? A buddy was asking me about it the other day. Said it was still in the box and not built yet. Looks like it's built....smile

Yes ,this was on cl,but not new in the box.

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#23 2013-01-17 7:26pm

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Re: Early 80's BMX 24 *Score* with original box

Snyderman wrote:

king stinger wrote:

Snyderman wrote:

Great find.  The TFL's ride nice.  The TFM's, not so nice IMO.  TFL's are definitely better suited for an adult rider.

  Sweet cranks !  Those the ones w/ the 1/2" pedal boss?

The cranks are Takagi Chro-mo 1 piece 180 mm,the bottom bracket is Ultralite bmx company with sealed cartridge bearings in plastic cups,not sure how to remove the cups yet.

I was asking about your CW 3pc crank.  Don't those have the 1/2" pedal boss?

Yes they do and i have a nice set of Suntour sealed bmx pedals ready to mount on them.I almost sold them a few years ago thinking i would not use them on opc,glad i kept them.

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#24 2013-01-17 7:32pm

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ol'phart wrote:

They should just pop out with a tap - use wood or an old alloy post - the cups are plastic and should slide out pretty easy (but they also damage easy, so be gentle)

Ya,i can see on the non drive side it looks like it is torn a little bit on the inside,it is hard to see in the pic,looks like someone tried to remove it.

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#25 2013-01-17 7:47pm

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Gd stuff

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