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2005 Standard 125R

#1 2010-05-27 8:29am

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2005 Standard 125R

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2005 Standard 125R

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#2 2010-08-26 6:15am

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Re: 2005 Standard 125R

wow is that a custom frame or something because it look NOTHING like a 125r other that the stickers(never seen a 125r with wishbone chainstay, gyro tabs, 990 mounts and large tubing) ...even the forks look .....not like standard forks....hmmm BTW your STA is sick smile

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#3 2010-09-15 6:57pm

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Re: 2005 Standard 125R

yea no doubt.. definatly a custom.. maybe one of the first customs standard was doing if from 2005


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#4 2010-09-16 5:03am

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Re: 2005 Standard 125R

justkaelin wrote:

yea no doubt.. definatly a custom.. maybe one of the first customs standard was doing if from 2005

either that or its not actually a standard roll i haven't seen any standards with the wishbone rear EVER.

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#5 2010-09-16 11:14pm

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Re: 2005 Standard 125R

etd wrote:

justkaelin wrote:

yea no doubt.. definatly a custom.. maybe one of the first customs standard was doing if from 2005

either that or its not actually a standard roll i haven't seen any standards with the wishbone rear EVER.

hmm.. little devil you should run the serial number


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#6 2010-09-23 12:49pm

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Re: 2005 Standard 125R

Thanx for all the comments,this was a real standard 125R full blown custom. I bought it from some guy last year who said he use to work for Standard and had this custom built. But unfortunitly I had to sell this bike for personal reasons but I still have the memories,LOL.


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#7 2010-11-02 2:14pm

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i like the spokes


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#8 2010-12-13 5:08am

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Re: 2005 Standard 125R

justkaelin wrote:

yea no doubt.. definatly a custom.. maybe one of the first customs standard was doing if from 2005

standard was doing custom frames before then, i ordered a custom STA in 2002. 21" OX STA w/ trls 250 dropouts and brakes on the seatstay.... basically a bullitt frame w/an american BB


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