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1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

#1 2010-01-21 12:20pm

MR.KRASH101
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1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

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1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

LOL,this one for my 5yr. daughter so you know who picked out the color.First caller on craigslist thought i was buying a pk ripper frame for $40.00 with  alot of damage on it ,thanks to my friend CJ,cleaned up the frame beutifully.Thanks to Fulthrotle 73 for helping with the idea,landing gear lites,cw cruser bars,dk mini neck,uni seat,shammano crank,diacomp brakes,shammano dx pedals,arayas with powerlite sealed hubs.By the way it's a kitty"ripper"


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OAKLAND NORCAL BMX,My first bike was a 1977 cyc stromer out of Hank & Franks.Looking for snakebelly tires in 20" & 24"Also on the hunt for Oldskool Boomboxes & 70's,80's skateboards will buy or trade.Cazels & old Krylon too.Stuck in the 80's,will not deal with Kopwithit

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#2 2010-01-21 2:55pm

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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

Super cool!! my little girl would love that!!  congrats on a cool build!


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#3 2010-01-22 2:25am

Fulthrotle73
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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

Wonder where you got the Hello kitty idea big_smile Looks kewl marco.


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#4 2010-01-22 4:57am

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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

Are those landing gear lites for forks? If they are I have a question for you.

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#6 2010-01-22 9:14am

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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

Fulthrotle73 wrote:

Wonder where you got the Hello kitty idea big_smile Looks kewl marco.

i will give you your props now that i have your id name.


OAKLAND NORCAL BMX,My first bike was a 1977 cyc stromer out of Hank & Franks.Looking for snakebelly tires in 20" & 24"Also on the hunt for Oldskool Boomboxes & 70's,80's skateboards will buy or trade.Cazels & old Krylon too.Stuck in the 80's,will not deal with Kopwithit

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#7 2010-01-22 9:21am

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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

jbros125 wrote:

Are those landing gear lites for forks? If they are I have a question for you.

yeap,whats up.


OAKLAND NORCAL BMX,My first bike was a 1977 cyc stromer out of Hank & Franks.Looking for snakebelly tires in 20" & 24"Also on the hunt for Oldskool Boomboxes & 70's,80's skateboards will buy or trade.Cazels & old Krylon too.Stuck in the 80's,will not deal with Kopwithit

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#8 2010-04-11 8:02pm

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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

Nice Build


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#9 2011-01-16 11:19pm

donny039
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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

Nice, very nce!    What size wheels, 20x1-3/8?  ...  If so whats the clearance between the fork and the tire look like??

I'm building my Mini Ripper looptail with Landing Gear Lites now, I was going to use 20x1-3/8 wheels but there is barely any clearance between the fork and the tire so I guess im going to have to use a differant size wheel.

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#10 2013-12-19 6:59am

jriedmiller
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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

Awesome!  Can't think of a better bike for a little girl, mine would eat that up in a couple years!


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#11 2015-03-11 6:04am

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Re: 1981 SE Racing Mini-Ripper

Sweet Deal- that bad Kitty is coming to Mich- For a 8yr old girl that will ride it hard... cool Thxs...


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