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1999 Powerlite P24

#1 2012-05-08 11:55pm

midskoolguy
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1999 Powerlite P24

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1999 Powerlite P24

- King Powerlite -

The frame is super light. But the forks are heavier than average. And the forks were beat to hell, so I had them powdercoated. The Profile/Powerlite cranks are not correct for this year. But they are the best cranks to ever come on a Powerlite, so I'm using them. The tensioners are the most stealth design I've seen. I do have the original padset as well. Overall, the build is tight, it rides smooth, its the lightest cruiser I have and its very flickable.
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Looking for:  VG cantilever brakes. Boss 175, or 177 cranks, And a Boss seat clamp.

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#2 2012-05-09 9:03am

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Re: 1999 Powerlite P24

That is nice looking bike. Great work on the restoration. :cool::cool: Where Powerlite bikes still USA made in 99?


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#3 2012-05-09 7:09pm

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Re: 1999 Powerlite P24

Yes it is. And it was the last year.

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Looking for:  VG cantilever brakes. Boss 175, or 177 cranks, And a Boss seat clamp.

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#4 2013-10-31 5:37pm

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Re: 1999 Powerlite P24

What chain tensinors did you use?


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