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#1 2017-07-20 9:40am

86seeS
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1988 Auburn CR-20R

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1988 Auburn CR-20R

All original

88 CR20R f/f
GT pro barsGT 5 dimple stemGT power series cranks dated 88GT post Sunshine hubsTioga comp IIIsJive gripsKkt lighting pedalsDia-compe mx1000 Turbo seat and cover Zeronine pads and numbers Ugp plateDyno guard

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#2 2017-07-20 10:14am

RadicalNick
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Re: 1988 Auburn CR-20R

Not sure about those pads, but this bike is RAD as hell otherwise. cool


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#3 2017-07-20 12:19pm

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Re: 1988 Auburn CR-20R

Agreed and I will take those pads.

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#4 2017-07-20 12:43pm

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Re: 1988 Auburn CR-20R

cool

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#5 2017-07-21 12:57am

Lefred
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Re: 1988 Auburn CR-20R

Nice bike once again ! cool

I love the 09 ribbed pads, don't see them so often and to me these blue ones are simply perfect on this build. Great color scheme there.
I'm more surprised by some old parts (pedals, brake guard, hubs) as i'm sure you have more era correct stuff. Was it an intentional choice ? Well, there's no rule and it's not necessary to build 100% era correct bikes, i just wonder.


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#6 2017-07-21 5:19am

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Re: 1988 Auburn CR-20R

Sweet set up. cool  Zeronine pads a tough to come by and your set up looks show room fresh....who cares just build them the way like.wink


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#7 2017-07-21 12:09pm

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Re: 1988 Auburn CR-20R

All original =  wow!


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