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#1 2010-09-02 11:52pm

firemanstexascruzer
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2001 Firemans Texas Cruzer 26

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2001 Firemans Texas Cruzer 26

Firemans personal all black FM

Was originally green - re-powdercoated after a gnarly accident involving a sheared off seatpost and a minikeg of warsteiner. Have ridden this thing thousands of miles in the last decade.
Has black profile hubs, cranks, tensioners, stem, and clamp. black DX pedals.


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#2 2010-09-03 6:24am

wheelieman
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Re: 2001 Firemans Texas Cruzer 26

Mmmm . . . Blackness comes . . .

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#3 2010-09-03 8:57am

BrianC
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Re: 2001 Firemans Texas Cruzer 26

"It's like, 'how much more black could this be?' and the answer is None. None more black.'' cool

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#4 2010-09-21 4:09pm

jefe
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Re: 2001 Firemans Texas Cruzer 26

dude...i remember the warsteiner wreck on lamar...brutal!  great to see this bike back in black.

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#5 2010-11-06 6:04am

Cracked another frame
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Re: 2001 Firemans Texas Cruzer 26

The minikeg incident........WOW! One day I would like to drink a beer and listen to the details on that one! Well........ only if you can look back now and laugh! lol


"It would appear that the strain was more than he could bear."
          Doc Holliday: [after killing Johnny Ringo]

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#6 2011-04-18 4:17pm

texascruzr
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Re: 2001 Firemans Texas Cruzer 26

Dude!  It's so awesome that Sal was able to get that broken seat post out of the frame.

Shred th' Gnar!  Or... Keg th' Gnar, in this case.


Pain is temporary.  Quitting lasts forever.

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