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Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

#2151 2015-01-09 8:49am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

RadicalNick wrote:

D_Man wrote:

So is the wave c3 totally replacing the existing aftermarket frame with its wave tubing an short TT option?   In other words, if I wanted a 21.25 TT version to build for a flatland cruiser, should I snap one up now?

Yes. The wave top tube 24's are known as wave c's and they are pretty much all gone.

Contact Lenny on here. If anyone has a chance of getting you a scarce wave c, it'll be him.

His museum alias is 77rider.

Good luck.

Thanks Nick.I am out !!!! I built my last one up as a 22in wheel bike.;)
I tried telling people to get one why they were on sell.:P


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#2152 2015-01-09 5:27pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

77rider wrote:

RadicalNick wrote:

D_Man wrote:

So is the wave c3 totally replacing the existing aftermarket frame with its wave tubing an short TT option?   In other words, if I wanted a 21.25 TT version to build for a flatland cruiser, should I snap one up now?

Yes. The wave top tube 24's are known as wave c's and they are pretty much all gone.

Contact Lenny on here. If anyone has a chance of getting you a scarce wave c, it'll be him.

His museum alias is 77rider.

Good luck.

Thanks Nick.I am out !!!! I built my last one up as a 22in wheel bike.;)
I tried telling people to get one why they were on sell.:P

I definately wouldn't give up my Wave C,  but I might have to build a Model C3. :cool:


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#2153 2015-01-09 7:34pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Lol if everyone starts buying the model c3 frames might be more of a chance for some of other guys to get a first generation model c for cheap ha jk


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#2154 2015-01-10 6:27pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Sanddad, what is that twin tube?

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#2155 2015-01-10 6:56pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

crash test dumby wrote:

RadicalNick wrote:

77rider wrote:

They are out now. ;)
One shipped out on Monday to a guy in CA. Pretty sure he is the 1st  to have one.

Lenny - any pics?

And did't somebody mention 24" Hawk tires somewhere?

Pardon me if any of this was mentioned earlier up, I've been away for a while with work.

The Model C3 is up on Full Factory's website, and yes the Hawks are coming in 24" soon but no pictures yet that I've seen, don't know if Lenny has the actual release date yet.

http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y43 … e7b655.png

Odyssey/FullFactory just sent me one!  I'm usually up on my Sunday frames but had no idea bout the Mod3.


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#2156 2015-01-11 4:44am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

zedhed wrote:

Have to agree with Stoner71 though... "everyone should own a DB24, so comfortable it's a crime".  They ride just perfect imho and it's still my favorite bike of all time.

I just picked up a new 2012 DB24 frame and pitchfork and cannot wait to build it:D. Thinking about using a 90's nankai freecoaster as part of the build... Anyway, I'm going to need to sell some other bike stuff before I can finance the build. :|

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#2157 2015-01-11 11:47am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

77rider wrote:

tread wrote:

Lenny
When are they going to be available? Wave C3?

They are out now. ;)
One shipped out on Monday to a guy in CA. Pretty sure he is the 1st  to have one.

I guess its me!!


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#2158 2015-01-11 12:35pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

crash test dumby wrote:

popawoolie wrote:

i dont think i could part with my green model C

I'd love to pick up an OG silver Model C some day for sure.  Definitley on the list.

My friend sellin one. F/F bars 21.75


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#2159 2015-01-11 2:07pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

goride70 wrote:

crash test dumby wrote:

popawoolie wrote:

i dont think i could part with my green model C

I'd love to pick up an OG silver Model C some day for sure.  Definitley on the list.

My friend sellin one. F/F bars 21.75

:cool:  Nice, fortunately they do seem to come up pretty often, but I'm in no position to buy anything right now.  Got both a Radocaster to build and a Broadcaster complete on the way and then it's time to just ride what I got and focus on getting my family in a house.

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#2160 2015-01-11 2:21pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

azaussie wrote:

zedhed wrote:

Have to agree with Stoner71 though... "everyone should own a DB24, so comfortable it's a crime".  They ride just perfect imho and it's still my favorite bike of all time.

I just picked up a new 2012 DB24 frame and pitchfork and cannot wait to build it:D. Thinking about using a 90's nankai freecoaster as part of the build... Anyway, I'm going to need to sell some other bike stuff before I can finance the build. :|

This may not be the right thread but I figured those into 24" bikes may know the answer. What is the history of these decals? Did S&M use them on earlier dirtbikes?
[img]http://s638.photobucket.com/user/noosa2 … 2.jpg.html[img]
[img]http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu106/noosa2/Bikes/24dirtbikeheadtube_zps22f3dd67.jpg[/img]

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#2161 2015-01-11 2:56pm

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Did you get that off the bay? If so it went for a steal. I was bidding but didn't need it bad enough. Great snag! I miss mine


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#2162 2015-01-11 3:14pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

kcdirtbro54 wrote:

Did you get that off the bay? If so it went for a steal. I was bidding but didn't need it bad enough. Great snag! I miss mine

Yep, got it off ebay.

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#2163 2015-01-11 9:23pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Those stickers were on the first Dirt Bikes. Low rider style.


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#2164 2015-01-13 6:59pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Nice DB score !

Hey guys, wanted to say HNY and if any of you are looking for some S&M 24" 990 mount forks, I just posted a set in the for sale section.  Minty set of 8.625" Hoders up too.

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#2165 2015-01-16 7:51am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

If you guys are on FB check out 24 inch BMX.


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#2166 2015-01-19 12:10am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

24  26 and 29 inch cruisers?


09 Haro pro 24 and 96 group1 ci 24 projects commenced
80s Norco custom  cruiser build.

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#2167 2015-01-19 9:56pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Liquid Feedback v.2 :

http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e250/fundamental05/Lqd-side_zps148559d1.jpg

... over on bikeguide:  http://www.bikeguide.org/forum/index.ph … 240.0.html

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#2168 2015-01-20 5:30am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

hooligan4130 wrote:

24  26 and 29 inch cruisers?

Maybe "24 inch BMX"

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#2169 2015-01-20 8:46am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

If these Liquids keep showing up they might need their own thread.  Whats this...like 8?  :cool:  Keep em coming.


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#2170 2015-01-20 8:53am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

azaussie wrote:

hooligan4130 wrote:

24  26 and 29 inch cruisers?

Maybe "24 inch BMX"

Yeah just '24 inch bmx"
Anyone still go on cruiser revolution?


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#2171 2015-01-20 9:02am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

I do.


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#2172 2015-01-20 11:21am

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Nice. A Liquid is definitely on my short list of bikes to build.

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#2173 2015-01-21 1:07pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Im on the 24,26and 29 inch cruisers only, cruiser revolution


09 Haro pro 24 and 96 group1 ci 24 projects commenced
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#2174 2015-01-22 7:27pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

Ok, After the new cranks show up for the raw Stolen Gold 24, I'm done... for now. :lol:

http://www.mechanistic.net/gold2/3s.jpg

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#2175 2015-01-22 7:46pm

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Re: Let's see your New School Street 24 inch!

I have a first gen Liquid Feedback that I don't really need.... ;) in great condition.


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