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#1 2008-10-24 5:34pm

tautog27
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1986 Zeronine Pro XL

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1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Just bought, going to perform full resto.

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#2 2008-10-24 7:39pm

Haro Hound
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From: Rice Lake, WI
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Please don't restore it. yikes
It's still in  decent shape.....just clean it up as good as possible.
Zeronines don't come around much......keep it in survivor mode. big_smile


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#3 2008-10-24 8:18pm

gaijin
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

I concur.  It's only original once.  BTW those cranks are worth a fortune.  I'd put on a nicer stem (DK or TNT), a more race oriented pair of pedals, and spend the rest of the money you save by not restoring it on a really nice set of 36h wheels (the 48s are kind of overkill, and a little out of place on that bike.) with chrome rims and blue anno hubs (Suzue sealed would be perfect for that, Hutch would look nice too.).


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#4 2008-10-25 1:40pm

TBREAKZ
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

..yeah a nice detailing is all this bike needs..sweet looking bike!..nice find! Keep it OG! cool

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#5 2009-03-31 7:07am

scenecreamer
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From: Omaha, NE
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

wow that is sweeeeeeet


gimmee gimmee!!


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#6 2011-11-22 10:32pm

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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

i like it, but it is dirty, break it down and clean, paint, and so on, nice bike

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#7 2012-02-17 11:53am

bwnharo
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

I wonder what happened with this one, super nice cranks.

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#8 2013-03-28 9:58pm

getwheels
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Clean, polish & ride it like you stole it! Been wanting a 24 . . .


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#9 2013-03-28 10:46pm

TXBONE
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Re: 1986 Zeronine Pro XL

Please don't paint it, like most others said here, the paint is in decent shape, they don't come around often also. It will de-value it in my opinion, physically and mentally.


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