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#1 2010-06-09 12:33pm

"The Shape"
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From: Howard, Ohio
Registered: 2010-06-03
Posts: 404
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1984 Free Agent Freeflite

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1984 Free Agent Freeflite

old pix are exactly how i rode it 26 yrs ago. now pix is strictly a rebuild

as of 4/25/19 this is the progress.  (original description)...This is not your average pretty f/f. I wanted everyone to see that i was all about making my bike work for me the way i wanted it. It has many mods. Its far from original anymore.  i did this on my own as a 14 year old kid.   I drilled my own cable holes in frame step, added a bracket at bottom for Odyssey Pitbulls, cut the fork pegs off and drilled holes for the other kind, and cut off back platforms. Still has my crazy chain and the Tioga bottom cup and an Epoch spring nut on the headset


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"Nobody calls me a fizzle and gets away with it"!  NEEDING ONE PAIR OF MOSH BRAKE PADS
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#2 2010-06-09 6:52pm

kcmobmx
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From: Kansas City, MO
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Re: 1984 Free Agent Freeflite

that thing is sweet as hell! I think you should rebuild it big_smile

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#3 2010-06-09 9:59pm

"The Shape"
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From: Howard, Ohio
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Posts: 404
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Re: 1984 Free Agent Freeflite

thanks. i would like to, but somehow in the past 20 yrs I've lost a lot of my old parts. i need some cash and freebies lol


"Nobody calls me a fizzle and gets away with it"!  NEEDING ONE PAIR OF MOSH BRAKE PADS
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#4 2010-07-23 4:21pm

chromey
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From: Philadelphia, PA
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Re: 1984 Free Agent Freeflite

WOW.
So much potential with this one. I love it.

I've wanted a Freeflight since the first time i saw one.
smile


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#5 2010-07-23 9:38pm

"The Shape"
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From: Howard, Ohio
Registered: 2010-06-03
Posts: 404
Bikes: 14

Re: 1984 Free Agent Freeflite

chromey wrote:

WOW.
So much potential with this one. I love it.

I've wanted a Freeflight since the first time i saw one.
smile

Thanks. My goal is to replace the tubing i cut off as a kid. just need some specs and a donor frame


"Nobody calls me a fizzle and gets away with it"!  NEEDING ONE PAIR OF MOSH BRAKE PADS
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#6 2013-07-02 7:16pm

chevans1
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From: Indiana
Registered: 2011-06-12
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Re: 1984 Free Agent Freeflite

Send it to the Frame Doctor, he will make it like new again and very reasonable.

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#7 2014-07-26 8:18am

BOB-O
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From: Southside of Milwaukee, WI
Registered: 2006-08-13
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Re: 1984 Free Agent Freeflite

or send it to voris himself

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#8 2018-07-12 2:48pm

BBMX
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From: Phoenix, AZ
Registered: 2014-06-22
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Re: 1984 Free Agent Freeflite

Such an amazing lesson in hindsight.

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#9 2018-08-01 2:23pm

HUTCH-HUNTER
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From: Murrieta, CA
Registered: 2010-10-23
Posts: 1925
Bikes: 19

Re: 1984 Free Agent Freeflite

Did you ever re-furbish this BadBoy???? I love these bikes - I had one as a kid too!!!!

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