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1985 Hutch Trick Star

#1 2009-01-31 10:36am

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1985 Hutch Trick Star

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1985 Hutch Trick Star

This is my original Trickstar! I just got it back. I traded this in '85. It has the same tires on it that it had 23 years ago! I ran into my friend that got it from me way back then. He said that he still had it, so I scored it back. It has a Hutch deep H stem on it in anodized purple. O.G. ACS rotor. Yes! those are Graphite tuffs! The seatpost clamp is a DK prototype from that time priod. The pedals are graphite also. I will probably get it powder coated. It is pretty scratched up. I can't believe I got this back.


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#2 2009-01-31 9:45pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

you are the bloodhound bro
nice grab i wish i could find my old bike....sad

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#3 2009-01-31 11:47pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

That's awesome you got it back!!! Some great parts too!!!


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#4 2009-02-01 2:13am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

Looks crazy.  Leave it survivor and shred it.


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#5 2009-05-28 4:24pm

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Great story. I'm still hopeful I'll get mine back. So cool.big_smile

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#6 2009-12-05 5:25pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

restored

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#7 2009-12-22 7:09pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

Dude, it had the original ACS rotor cable set up. The one that clamps to the top tube with a cheesy U-bolt. I had one of those on my 85 Pro Performer BITD. Very Cool!! big_smile


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#8 2009-12-22 7:20pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

nsrrider1 wrote:

Dude, it had the original ACS rotor cable set up. The one that clamps to the top tube with a cheesy U-bolt. I had one of those on my 85 Pro Performer BITD. Very Cool!! big_smile

Yeah, I still got all that too. I decided to leave it off for the better looks and the fact that the u-bolt digs into your paint.


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#9 2009-12-22 7:51pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

Looks Great!

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#10 2009-12-22 9:02pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

Yeah, I remember trying to place electrical tape under it to keep from scratching the paint.
The little eyelet that the cable feeds through from the rotor always used to cut my cable too.
I hated that. lol

jimib wrote:

nsrrider1 wrote:

Dude, it had the original ACS rotor cable set up. The one that clamps to the top tube with a cheesy U-bolt. I had one of those on my 85 Pro Performer BITD. Very Cool!! big_smile

Yeah, I still got all that too. I decided to leave it off for the better looks and the fact that the u-bolt digs into your paint.


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#11 2009-12-23 7:55am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

nsrrider1 wrote:

Yeah, I remember trying to place electrical tape under it to keep from scratching the paint.
The little eyelet that the cable feeds through from the rotor always used to cut my cable too.
I hated that. lol

jimib wrote:

nsrrider1 wrote:

Dude, it had the original ACS rotor cable set up. The one that clamps to the top tube with a cheesy U-bolt. I had one of those on my 85 Pro Performer BITD. Very Cool!! big_smile

Yeah, I still got all that too. I decided to leave it off for the better looks and the fact that the u-bolt digs into your paint.

That's funny! Yeah, It was monumental when they came out with the bearing cup guides, and pulling from two points. lol


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#12 2010-10-25 8:14pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

very cool cool


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#13 2010-12-10 8:18pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

sick bike but i have to rebuttle the seat clamp


ya'll wanna see a dead body?

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#14 2010-12-10 10:37pm

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Nice Bike!

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#15 2011-07-25 10:42am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

SWEET RIDE! I tried getting my bike back and it was donated the year before I inquired... my buddy went to get his PK Ripper and his sister inlaw had brought to the dump the weekend before he went to get from his parents old house. You are extremely lucky to get it back! Congrats!


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#16 2011-07-25 10:46am

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Great Story!!! cool


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#17 2011-07-30 5:22pm

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great story! Awesome that you were able to get your bike back!

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#18 2011-07-30 5:44pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

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#19 2013-04-27 5:30pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

Wow, all the best, I was about to say to leave it alone keep it survivor, but when I saw the rebuild………Great job, and you kept the color scheme going.
Awesome back story…


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