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#1 2008-02-20 8:49am

Ohioguy31
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1982 Ross Snapper

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1982 Ross Snapper

I got this on ebay for $12.99 it didnt have any wheels or bars an was missing a few other parts.I got a set of new DB rims for it got the Kenda tires an bars for it.Also got 2 original Ross decals for it let me know what you all think!


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Ride it or Dump IT!

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#2 2008-02-20 8:32pm

mrtron
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

The stickers are the wrong ones for this model.  And they are in the wrong places the snapper sticker goes on the top tube and the ross goes on the bottom tube.

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#3 2008-02-20 8:33pm

Racer
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

Man that looks clean. Change the stickers if you can find another set and put on era correct parts and that bike will look like it is straight out of a Ross ad. Nice find for the money.

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#4 2008-02-27 6:30am

mt trickfox
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

THE ROSS LOOKS GREAT MAN, EVEN IF THE DECALS ARE IN THE WRONG PLACE...JUST diddlewhacker IT MAN, I KNOW YOU RIDE IN PRIDE STYLE LOL. I'LL BET YOU KEEP THIS ONE IN YOUR ROOM SO WHEN YOU WAKE UP YOU CAN SEE THIS AWESOME RIDE HAHA...PEACE BUDDY big_smile

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#5 2008-04-27 2:16pm

uper
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

I had never seen the Ross in blue -- it looks sweet!

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#6 2009-02-22 8:07pm

bigteddy8
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

Original Rims would most likely be ACS Z-Rims.


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#7 2009-02-23 7:59pm

That70'sGuy
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

good job....you have the touch.
dion


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#8 2009-03-09 9:23pm

deano2670
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From: Lilburn (Atlanta), GA
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

Gotta love a bike called the Snapper! big_smile


Old bikes need love too, get them off the carpet and ride!
Need red Oakley 3's in great condition and red Suntour 44t chainring to finish recreating my first BMX bike.

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#9 2009-05-24 2:39pm

jrepollo
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

I think I have a set of Yellow ACS-Z rims in my parents basement.

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#10 2009-05-25 5:57pm

sleeper
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From: Michigan
Registered: 2008-09-01
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

I bought a new snapper in 79 and it had  original tuffs on it.


Bmx racer from way back.

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#11 2012-03-16 5:35pm

corysmeltzer
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Re: 1982 Ross Snapper

were did you get the stickers at?

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