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#1 2009-04-02 9:12am

rmel65
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From: St. Louis, MO
Registered: 2009-03-31
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1998 Torker 180X

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1998 Torker 180X

Mid-school Torker

We had some help from Hellmutt identifying this one. This is my Son's Torker. It took some time gathering all the parts, but it turned out nice. Most components came from eBay, the cranks are T-drive 180mm. Very nice. Some parts came from Southside Cyclery here in St. Louis, MO. Not too many BMX shops left around here. All in all it is a sweet ride!


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#2 2010-08-06 5:17am

dk5293
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From: somewhere down under
Registered: 2010-01-03
Posts: 27
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Re: 1998 Torker 180X

thats quite interesting - it looks like a US built torker because of the gusset style (correct me if im wrong) but its got a 1" headtube still. quite strange for a bike built in '98  - most decent bikes moved away from 1" stems a couple of years before that...
anyhow, its a sweet ride cool

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