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#1 2008-11-10 5:32am

ezrider
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1980 Diamondback Large Pro

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1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Finally Finished. Done up a little different decided to do it in Satin Black and Red. DB frame and dual drop out forks, handle bars. Maxy cross cranks with Sugino 44 chain wheel, Shimano pedals. Anodized DB stem, Tange headset and lock, Diacomp brakes and lever, tuf neck seat clamp. ACS wheels and hubs with Tioga Comp III tires. Let me know what you think?


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#2 2008-11-10 6:47am

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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Could be a 83' with the early model dubble drop out forks. try here   http://www.os-db.net/all%20models.html  Lots of good info. Welcome to the museum. yikes


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#3 2008-11-10 11:42am

phillyc71
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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Don't think it's a TK. I'd say Senior (Large) Pro. Nice find!!cool

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#4 2008-11-11 6:01am

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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Nice find sounds like a large pro, need to know the top tube length as mentioned before try Sparky's website for more info


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#5 2008-11-11 10:05am

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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Thanks for the help the top tube is close to 19 inches, so according to the os-db.net this definitely a large pro. Thanks for the input.cool

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#6 2009-01-25 8:57am

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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Yep It's a 1980. I just picked one of these up for $20! Major cool find!

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#7 2009-06-19 7:54pm

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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

sweet build bro love the old school meets newschool effect of it


Im loving the neon ,flourescent colors on these newschool bikes and Its makin me like the newschool rides more

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#8 2010-01-20 10:18pm

AmishHitman
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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Love the colors.....


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#9 2010-03-02 9:14pm

Rich6372
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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Very nice restore job. I had this model bike when I was 15. I saved up for 6 months to buy it.


Old School, When Quality Mattered!!
I Do My Part for the Planet. I Restore,Sell,and Recycle Old Bikes.
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#10 2010-04-10 9:23pm

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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

The bike looks cool but it would be nice to see it in front of a different background. The graphiti mural has so much going on and so many colors that the bike seems to get lost in it. The bike itself is pretty cool though. Nice job.

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#11 2011-08-29 6:28am

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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Nice bike and nice graff aswell

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#12 2011-12-14 1:42am

supermax77
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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

nice machine dude

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#13 2014-03-14 6:09am

brunson67
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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Just saw this, very cool blend, nicely done!


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#14 2014-04-09 11:05am

cruesixx69
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Re: 1980 Diamondback Large Pro

Killer build. I love the color choices. Spot on cool


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