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#1 2014-07-16 12:11pm

Electronic Eric
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1985 Unknown

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1985 Unknown

1985 freestyler of unknown manafacture

A close match to a Haro Freestyler. I bought this as what I believe to be a Taiwan Made Torker,but thats not 100 percent.Either way,it was fun to build up.Nice fresh powder and Haro Decals make it look the part. 


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#2 2014-07-16 1:24pm

jukeman
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Re: 1985 Unknown

i think you are right..i have an 86 torker looks just like that..forks should say akisu and are thin

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#3 2014-07-16 4:25pm

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Re: 1985 Unknown

Could be a JETTER ?


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#4 2014-07-16 6:27pm

Charliebold
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Re: 1985 Unknown

I think is a Haro Freestyler yikes

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#5 2014-07-18 1:31am

simon h
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Re: 1985 Unknown

Looks great so doesn't really matter what it turns out to be smile

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#6 2014-07-19 8:24am

Bling! Bling!
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Re: 1985 Unknown

That frame was copied in Taiwan and sold under a bunch of labels. It could be a Quentin, Savage, Summit, and a few other brands.  The give away is the small gusset on the top tubes with the hole in the center. I have measured that part with calipers and it is the exact same size and shape on those frames.


You don't HAVE to build every frame and fork you own... right?

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#7 2014-07-19 8:28am

Texasbmx
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Re: 1985 Unknown

Bling! Bling! wrote:

That frame was copied in Taiwan and sold under a bunch of labels. It could be a Quentin, Savage, Summit, and a few other brands.  The give away is the small gusset on the top tubes with the hole in the center. I have measured that part with calipers and it is the exact same size and shape on those frames.

+1 it looks just like a summit.

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#8 2014-07-19 8:39am

battyva
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Re: 1985 Unknown

CHABY wrote:

Could be a JETTER ?

I've got a Jetter looks just like it lol


Give me ambiguity or give me something else.

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#9 2014-08-08 11:04am

Electronic Eric
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Re: 1985 Unknown

Thanks for the kind comment smile  It came without forks.The forks are Prolite.

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