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#26 2010-09-23 4:27pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

I love all freestyle bikes regardless of brand name. I have a 1988 Huffy Max-Air in mint condition.
I think the only time this bike saw "air" was during shipping, provided it went air mail.
I like the "system 5" stickers on the frame, bars, and clamp.
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair1.jpg
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair3.jpg
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair5.jpg


You don't HAVE to build every frame and fork you own... right?

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#27 2010-09-23 4:29pm

midschooler
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

maxbore wrote:

I love all freestyle bikes regardless of brand name. I have a 1988 Huffy Max-Air in mint condition.
I think the only time this bike saw "air" was during shipping, provided it went air mail.
I like the "system 5" stickers on the frame, bars, and clamp.
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair1.jpg
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair3.jpg
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair5.jpg

nice.  Whats that green bike?


I pick up what you throw out                                                                                                          Lookin for uncut blast bars!!!!!!!!!!!
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#28 2010-09-23 4:31pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

I saw that MJ-12 and thought hard about bidding on it. Glad to see it went to someone who knew what it was and could appreciate it.

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#29 2010-09-23 4:34pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

Here's a couple for you guys...

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3141/3279255879_59d2d77bfc_b.jpg
1979 Huffy Pro Thunder by imanngineart@yahoo.com, on Flickr

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3018/3280075290_9a3fe79478_b.jpg
1979 Huffy Pro Thunder by imanngineart@yahoo.com, on Flickr

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3266/3220773348_4ef1494f8b_b.jpg
IMG_5092 by imanngineart@yahoo.com, on Flickr

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3528/3220774108_cd54347011_b.jpg
1981 Murray X20R by imanngineart@yahoo.com, on Flickr

Last edited by swami89 (2010-09-26 3:20pm)


Think of bicycles as rideable art that can just about save the world...

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#30 2010-09-23 4:34pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

midschooler wrote:

nice.  Whats that green bike?

Click on my bikes


You don't HAVE to build every frame and fork you own... right?

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#31 2010-09-23 4:37pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

thats a nice bike


I pick up what you throw out                                                                                                          Lookin for uncut blast bars!!!!!!!!!!!
O.G.O.A.R.                                                                                                                                                                Midwest BMX

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#32 2010-09-23 4:52pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

billabong25 wrote:

White Stu Thomsen to replace my first childhood bike I bought with my own money.  I had always heard of the Red Stu's but never saw one until I found both of these in the same place.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … STUS-2.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … REDSTU.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … RSALE5.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … kes013.jpg

Owner's manual from my Wal-mart Stu Thomsen bitd

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 010095.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 010096.jpg

Extra bar pad

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 080001.jpg

I had a White 84 Stu Thompson when I was a kid. it was my 1st BMX bike before I started freestyling. Wish I could find a Stu frame to build a custom.

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#33 2010-09-23 4:53pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

80sbikedude wrote:

Here is my Huffy
http://i67.photobucket.com/albums/h283/ … 000765.jpg

Here is my Murray
http://i67.photobucket.com/albums/h283/ … 0681-1.jpg

We all started on one of these. smile

when I grow up I want to be like you! Huffy and Murray in great shape NICE!


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#34 2010-09-23 5:19pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

teabeats wrote:

wds wrote:

I got no love for the old Huffy's. But I am stoked to have gotten this frame:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v257/ … FrameS.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v257/ … ickerS.jpg
1997 Huffy MJ-12; Jimmy LeVan frame.
-Bill

Welcome to the Huffy Family, doesn't matter if its old, mid, or new. Haro-83 I got your back if you need anything PM me. i'll look around on my side of the globe.

thanks cool but i got everythin i need right now. but might need pedals and crank arm replace.


i had her wirebush and i able to save decals.
http://i885.photobucket.com/albums/ac57/bcmsnystrom/100_3319.jpg
http://i885.photobucket.com/albums/ac57/bcmsnystrom/100_3324.jpg
the frame turned out to be not that bad i use jb weld to fill three hole on tt.


Build it, Ride it and Break it. That what it was made for.

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#35 2010-09-23 5:22pm

GaryK
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

I am picking up #14 this weekend........Here are 11 of them.
Mine are all 98-04's when they went hard at their BMX Racing program.

http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll269/GSK_70/100_2423.jpg?t=1285287577
Current race 20"....'01 Primus
http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll269/GSK_70/100_2613.jpg?t=1285287648
RARE Carbon Fiber Catalyst
http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/ll269/GSK_70/100_2517.jpg?t=1285287701


Wanted:98-04 Huffy race stuff......Parts,Gear,Literature etc.

I'm tryin' to think,But nothin's happenin'!

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#36 2010-09-23 5:27pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

When my old quad got ripped off in the late 80's, my friend gave me a huffy to build.
it had all the old good stuff that is now on my L&S. When I built my L&S, I gave the frame to my buddy Steve Murray to build on I think he had a PK prior to this, man he ripped on that thing. he rode as good as anyone in my bmx crew. as far as I know he still has it. he has no brakes so he always had these cool speedway slides through turns that I brake tapped on.


JUST LET ME RIDE!!!!

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#37 2010-09-23 5:29pm

endo
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

maxbore wrote:

I love all freestyle bikes regardless of brand name. I have a 1988 Huffy Max-Air in mint condition.
I think the only time this bike saw "air" was during shipping, provided it went air mail.
I like the "system 5" stickers on the frame, bars, and clamp.
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair1.jpg
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair3.jpg
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair5.jpg

Wow i had no idea those frames were Huffys. I must have had a dozen of those growing up. We always thought they were a Dyno Comp knockoff but the dropouts were all wrong.

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#38 2010-09-23 5:34pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

Here's my '75 Huffy for your viewing pleasure...


http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n36/pete355/ratright.jpg

big_smile

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#39 2010-09-23 5:35pm

myone
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From: S. Paterson, NJ
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

The first bmx bike i ever saw in person was my cousins red and white pro thunder i thunk i was 7 yrs. old i was stuned.And beleave it or not it had heavey duty rims.


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#40 2010-09-23 5:49pm

Draw
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

http://i32.tinypic.com/v7r6s.jpg

our chrome stu. i also have the stu book
shown in the order form.


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#41 2010-09-23 6:15pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

maxbore wrote:

I love all freestyle bikes regardless of brand name. I have a 1988 Huffy Max-Air in mint condition.
I think the only time this bike saw "air" was during shipping, provided it went air mail.
I like the "system 5" stickers on the frame, bars, and clamp.
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair1.jpg
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair3.jpg
http://www.maxbore.com/maxair5.jpg

Very nice freestyle bike. It looks similar to the Huffy Expert.

http://www.norasound.com/wp_images/huf_01.jpg

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#42 2010-09-23 6:21pm

teabeats
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

swami89 wrote:

Trying to post a couple up for you guys, flickr giving me grief...

come on with it, lets see the goods


Ask me how you could help a kid get a bike.
Special Needs Special Children Bike Program

O.G.O.A.R. Club Chicago

Option #2 Because there is no other option!

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#43 2010-09-23 6:26pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2588/4000710349_fdcf207671_b.jpg
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3492/4001474296_0e9d41e650_b.jpg
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3495/3867978649_033d4f20d3_b.jpg

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#44 2010-09-23 6:31pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

OK, OK I was holding out on you guys. I have more pics but the bikes are gone. First is a Huffy Vapor year? http://i879.photobucket.com/albums/ab353/teabeats/Huffy%20Madness/thebreakdown001.jpg sad to say I let it go sad next is the famous Huffy Special http://i879.photobucket.com/albums/ab353/teabeats/Huffy%20Madness/thebreakdown009.jpg its gone also. at the time I couldn't afford the resto, so they went to good homes big_smile


Ask me how you could help a kid get a bike.
Special Needs Special Children Bike Program

O.G.O.A.R. Club Chicago

Option #2 Because there is no other option!

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#45 2010-09-23 6:58pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

Brix wrote:

Very nice freestyle bike. It looks similar to the Huffy Expert.

http://www.norasound.com/wp_images/huf_01.jpg

I think they are the exact same bike with different decals and paint. Right down to the ACS rotor and fakelifter stem.


You don't HAVE to build every frame and fork you own... right?

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#46 2010-09-23 9:44pm

denbo
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From: Arizona
Registered: 2008-09-20
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

I have always liked the black and gold pro3 huffy. if anyone has a lead on one please PM me.
http://i55.tinypic.com/301dmdt.jpg

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#47 2010-09-23 9:46pm

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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

NOPOSERS wrote:

billabong25 wrote:

White Stu Thomsen to replace my first childhood bike I bought with my own money.  I had always heard of the Red Stu's but never saw one until I found both of these in the same place.

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … STUS-2.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … REDSTU.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … RSALE5.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … kes013.jpg

Owner's manual from my Wal-mart Stu Thomsen bitd

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 010095.jpg
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 010096.jpg

Extra bar pad

http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t119 … 080001.jpg

I had a White 84 Stu Thompson when I was a kid. it was my 1st BMX bike before I started freestyling. Wish I could find a Stu frame to build a custom.

i know someone who has it wink


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#48 2010-09-24 7:32am

Haro-83
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From: East Texas
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

team murray 1986 ad
http://i885.photobucket.com/albums/ac57/bcmsnystrom/100_6422.jpg


Build it, Ride it and Break it. That what it was made for.

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#49 2010-09-25 3:22pm

teabeats
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From: Streamwood, IL
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

44T Rides Chicago: Bipolor Event will be up in the morning. Thank you guys for a great ride, and the help I needed along the way. 44T members are outstanding people. big_smile


Ask me how you could help a kid get a bike.
Special Needs Special Children Bike Program

O.G.O.A.R. Club Chicago

Option #2 Because there is no other option!

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#50 2010-09-25 4:41pm

ek210
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From: worcester, MA
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Re: SHOW YOUR HUFFY LOVE

got it from my cousin when i was  8 maybe 9  is this a huffy ?
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e278/vw4dgti/IMG_2140.jpg

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