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#1 2009-06-09 10:19am

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1983 Race Inc. RM3

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1983 Race Inc. RM3

Race Inc. RM3

Race Inc RM3 frame
RF-2M fork
20" x 1.75"Araya rims
Sunshine high flange hubs
Schwalbe tires
SR blue cap stem
CW style handlebars
Mongoose grips
Suntour locknut
Tange MX2 headset
Sugino 43T chaingring
Takagi one piece  crank
Tioga sealed bottom bracket
KKT rat trap pedals
Shimano Tourney brake anno red
Dia Compe brake caliper
Kashimax seat
SR seatclamp


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#2 2009-06-09 10:46am

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

pretty in pink


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#3 2009-06-09 1:42pm

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

it's red not pink, token from a bad anlge and not in daylight,


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#4 2010-08-22 1:13pm

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

Nice ride man love the colors.


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#5 2011-11-15 4:42am

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

just back from the coater
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thanks user johnnny for the decals!! cool


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#6 2012-04-07 2:14pm

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

I love the black over the chrome. Never thought those words would come out on my computer keys.


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#7 2012-12-23 3:29pm

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

Swell cool


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#8 2013-12-05 11:14am

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

really cool

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#9 2014-04-12 6:35am

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

Sweet Bike. Whats the difference from a RM-3 to a RM-2?

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#10 2014-04-13 6:34am

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

glad i took a photo of the serial# before the paintjob,

does this make it an RM-3? any Race Inc gurus?

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#11 2014-06-08 4:43pm

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

Only aware of RM-2's

Have seen one RM-1 sold here two years ago that supposedly had a longer top tube.

Your serial number looks just like mine and that 3 is part of the total serial number. I am going home in two weeks and can measure my top tube and show you my serial number to compare. I think you have a RM-2.


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#12 2014-06-08 5:43pm

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Re: 1983 Race Inc. RM3

erdalicious wrote:

glad i took a photo of the serial# before the paintjob,

does this make it an RM-3? any Race Inc gurus?

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No. It's an RM2 as far as I know.

In Race Inc history Serials numbers will start with RM or RA. RM means its Chromoly, RA means its aluminum.

The same was true with their Handlebars, forks and seat posts. They only had Chromo (RM) forks of course, but the bars and seat posts were both made in aluminum or Chromo, and the part numbers started with either RM or RA accordingly

Your serial means its a Race Inc Chromo frame #34007, and the Race Inc chrome frames were called RM-2's.

Some other models were RA-7, RA-8, RA-9 (a mini), RA-10, RA-24 (their cruiser), check my bikes for a fine example of one of those.


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