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#1 2011-04-23 8:53pm

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From: Cypress, TX
Registered: 2010-07-01
Posts: 960
Bikes: 10
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1988 Redline 400c

1988 Redline 400c

1988 Redline 400c

Bought the frame from a member here on the museum as a 600cxl but the top tube is only 18.5" and not 19.5" like the 600cxl.   I also discovered that the chain stay tubing was a lot thicker than normal 4130 cro-moly tubing.  After careful research I came to the conclusion that the frame is a 1988 400c tri-moly frame but decided to go with the 1986 Redline paint scheme and decals.    Thanks to all the members who sold me parts for this build and here is the parts break down.
Frame:  Redline 400c (tri-moly).
Fork:  Redline (cro-moly).
Headset:  Hatta, old stock from BITD.
Handlebar:  Redline Forklifter (race version).
Stem:  Redline Forklifter (freestyle version), old stock from BITD.
Grips:  Ame rounds.
Crank:  Tioga (Taskforce) 180mm one piece, old stock from BITD.
Chainwheel:  Redline Flight (44T).
Bottom Bracket:  Special Ops (sealed tech loose ball).
Pedals:  Odyssey (triple trap).
Chain: KMC.
Wheels: Ukai 20x1.75 w/ Suzie loose ball high flange hubs, purchased from member comay.
Freewheel:  Suntour (16T)
Tires: Kenda 20x1.75 (Comp 3 style).
Tubes:  generic
Seat:  Velo (Redline embossed)
Seat Post:  Redline
Seat Clamp: Odyssey RX-2
Brake:  Dia Compe Nippon (new version).
Brake Lever:  Dia Compe
Brake Cable:  Odyssey slic cable.
Brake Pads:  Redline Flight.
Pad Set: Redline (splatter paint version), old stock from BITD.
Here is a link for additional photos … ne%20400c/



#2 2011-04-24 5:33am

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From: The Peach State
Registered: 2009-06-06
Posts: 1481
Bikes: 17

Re: 1988 Redline 400c

Nice save. It turned out great too!

Cool, a new bike.  Wait a minute.......where am I going to hide this one.  She's going to catch me...

Wanted: 90 Holmes f/f decals, Odyssey parts in vapor blue



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