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#126 2009-04-07 10:27pm

wheeliemaster100
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Re: The twin-chain beast...

kool bro i may try to do it on my osborne but idk i have wanted to try it on a bike since i waz 8 im 14 now big_smile


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#127 2009-11-04 2:53pm

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Re: The twin-chain beast...

Whatever happened to this bike? You still have it? DId you ever weight it?

Recent talk of Clem Twins made me dig this up.


I get this question often so here it is to save everyone time. I do not have any Mongoose DMC decals left. I was lucky enough to find a small bunch of NOS decal sets in an old bike shop that no longer exists and I have since sold them all. Sorry. I wish you all the best of luck with your DMC builds.

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#128 2009-11-04 3:21pm

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Re: The twin-chain beast...

looks tuff as hell but you definitely need a right hand left hand drive hub you cant use a flip flop.lol  one side just freewheel's.tongue


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#129 2009-11-04 5:24pm

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Re: The twin-chain beast...

you can use flip flop but need right and left drive freewheels.


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#130 2009-11-04 5:51pm

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Re: The twin-chain beast...

It's in my garage collecting dust. I'll probably split it up to build something else... it was fun to play around with, but just too damn heavy to ride...

I haven't weighed it yet... still need to do that... someday...


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#131 2009-11-04 6:06pm

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Re: The twin-chain beast...

That's a cool idea, i've also thought of building a twin drive bike, but i'm too lazy to do anything about it. lol


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#132 2009-11-04 6:22pm

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Re: The twin-chain beast...

ghost spidah wrote:

That's a cool idea, i've also thought of building a twin drive bike, but i'm too lazy to do anything about it. lol

+1 Heck I even since this thread started got a duplicate of my LSD Mirra Haro pictured earlier in the thread. When I picked it up there was already 2 freewheels on for him to switch back and forth to a RSD set up. All I got to do is add the chain wheel and maybe adjustments but it sits in the shop. Guess I just never get bored or lazy.hmm

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#133 2017-11-13 8:29pm

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Re: The twin-chain beast...

cool

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