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#1 2008-06-29 5:37am

sleepytime
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1975 Sears Spyder

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1975 Sears Spyder

All Original... I think!

I am still not completely sure what kind of bike this is, but I'm going with the Sears Spyder. It is definately a 70's era bike. The frame is similiar to some Huffy Thunder Pros, and Murray All Pros, but the emblems, rear dropouts and stem are identical to the Sears Spyder. I was told that these bikes were all made by the same company though..


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Scuff on !!

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#2 2008-06-29 11:08am

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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

thats 1 cool build.....I have 1 kinda like it and im not sure what it is either...


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#3 2008-06-29 12:45pm

sleepytime
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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

thanks!!  but i found it like that.. so thats what confuses me.. its like someone bought the sears spider and put all 80 freestyle parts on it (bars, wheels, changed seat, etc)


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#4 2008-07-16 4:06pm

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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

cool bike , made the same year i was born !

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#5 2008-09-01 11:37pm

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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

whatever it is I like it, nice ride ya got there smile

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#6 2008-10-12 1:37pm

myone
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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

I had one like this when i was 11 or 12 and we put it together with all diferent parts we found in the garbage it had one red kent mag in the back  and a jerry spoked rim in the front .And i spray painted the frame and forks black and i would clear two to three cinder blocks with a peace of ply wood on top with no problem i mean i yous to fly 9 or 10 feet high man i miss those days.PEACE (MYONE ) Home grown on the mongoose farm.


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#7 2010-06-18 8:48am

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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

it may be from sears but it looks cool as hell.

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#8 2010-09-27 12:12am

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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

SWEET dude

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#9 2011-09-06 2:15pm

jaze36
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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

Thats cool, I had a old schwinn I did that to when I was a kid.

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#10 2012-10-16 9:10am

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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

i have on of these mags. its metal the rear one. what are they any info?? oh yea sweeeet bike!!


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#11 2013-02-10 5:59pm

jjs340
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Re: 1975 Sears Spyder

I think its a ROSS. I had one like it when I was a kid. Mine had the banana seat, chrome fenders and ape hangers, but the frame was identical. I remember the drop outs that came to kind of a point in the rear. Also the seat tube that looked too tall. And, mine had the ROSS head tube badge. I later stripped the kick stand, chain guard and fenders; and pirated a schwinn 10 speed seat and crank set from an old Varsity that we found in someone's trash. The longer crank arms caused the pedals to scrape on the pavement when cornering. Ahh the good old days.


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