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#51 2012-08-04 12:26pm

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

wds wrote:

Mr. Fit wrote:

I may have to piece together my ridgid nate wessel sig. frame.

Love to see that. Was that sort of a rasta-fade finish?
-Bill

1of is still in the lead.  Guy has a pile of frames lying around too.

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#52 2012-08-04 12:29pm

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Anyone know the weight of a 1997, platform Sabbath?  Just the bare frame.


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#53 2012-08-04 12:37pm

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Awesome thread!! big_smile Gotta tear down my NG Dirtbike and weigh it.


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#54 2012-08-06 6:10pm

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

8.3 is the best we can do?

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#55 2012-08-07 3:31am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Three more, but not as heavy as the American Mirra.
1995 Condor 7.38# <-w/HS/BB cups and Gyro plate
1996 Level Flatland 7.928#
1999 Hoffman EP 8.128# w/plate, Plate .488# lol


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#56 2012-08-07 6:11am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

i have a volume compton im gonna weigh and a heavy ass hoffman kimbrough frame

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#57 2012-08-07 7:54am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

I weighed my 98 chrome 2hip Stout boy..  it was only 7 lbs 5 ounces, with headset cups...

I'm sure both the 99 2hip Stout boy and Pork are above 8, but probably not as heavy as the Mirra.   I'd need to take both apart.


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#58 2012-08-07 8:14am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Mr. Fit wrote:

Eastern hercules had an advertised weight of over 9lbs if I remember right. Hope to see one of those come out of the works.

Like this one?

http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa27/1972ss454/bikes/Pauls%20bikes/paulc010.jpg

I need to go borrow it from my friend. and weigh it as is and frame only.


I keep buying and selling, so I guess I wasn't happy with the four I had left.

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#59 2012-08-07 9:18am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

72ss454 wrote:

Mr. Fit wrote:

Eastern hercules had an advertised weight of over 9lbs if I remember right. Hope to see one of those come out of the works.

Like this one?

http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa27 … ulc010.jpg

I need to go borrow it from my friend. and weigh it as is and frame only.

Looks stout,  looks about the same build as the warpig with respect to tube dimensions and drops.

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#60 2012-08-07 9:19am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

1of1547 wrote:

Three more, but not as heavy as the American Mirra.
1995 Condor 7.38# <-w/HS/BB cups and Gyro plate
1996 Level Flatland 7.928#
1999 Hoffman EP 8.128# w/plate, Plate .488# lol

1of Just how many mid school battle tanks you got lying around the garage?

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#61 2012-08-07 9:31am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

1oldschoolG wrote:

1of1547 wrote:

Three more, but not as heavy as the American Mirra.
1995 Condor 7.38# <-w/HS/BB cups and Gyro plate
1996 Level Flatland 7.928#
1999 Hoffman EP 8.128# w/plate, Plate .488# lol

1of Just how many mid school battle tanks you got lying around the garage?

More than any normal person should!!!! big_smile big_smile big_smile I went on a MS buying spree last year. Why I don't know, just because. lol I have some more MS frames that I can weigh. The ones I posted felt the heaviest.

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#62 2012-08-07 10:20am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

1of1547 wrote:

1oldschoolG wrote:

1of1547 wrote:

Three more, but not as heavy as the American Mirra.
1995 Condor 7.38# <-w/HS/BB cups and Gyro plate
1996 Level Flatland 7.928#
1999 Hoffman EP 8.128# w/plate, Plate .488# lol

1of Just how many mid school battle tanks you got lying around the garage?

More than any normal person should!!!! big_smile big_smile big_smile I went on a MS buying spree last year. Why I don't know, just because. lol I have some more MS frames that I can weigh. The ones I posted felt the heaviest.

Totally up to you.  I am sure someone would find it interesting.  Thought I would ask being you are in the lead.  Does your scale weigh in ounces or it that decimal of pounds?  So the Mirra frame is 8 1/2 pound or 8 pound 5 oz?

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#63 2012-08-07 10:31am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

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Totally up to you.  I am sure someone would find it interesting.  Thought I would ask being you are in the lead.  Does your scale weigh in ounces or it that decimal of pounds?  So the Mirra frame is 8 1/2 pound or 8 pound 5 oz?

The scale measures in decimals. So it is 8.5 pounds and not ounces.


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#64 2012-08-07 11:35am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

1of1547 wrote:

1oldschoolG wrote:

Totally up to you.  I am sure someone would find it interesting.  Thought I would ask being you are in the lead.  Does your scale weigh in ounces or it that decimal of pounds?  So the Mirra frame is 8 1/2 pound or 8 pound 5 oz?

The scale measures in decimals. So it is 8.5 pounds and not ounces.

So sorry for my misquote earlier.  You are in the lead with 8 lbs 8 ozs.

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#65 2012-08-07 9:59pm

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Great thread!
I have a couple heavy buggers here somewhere...

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#66 2012-08-08 10:05am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

I have a NOS chrome plated Dyno slammer somewhere.  I'll see what it checks in at.  I know they were major tanks due to the pacman front and rear dropouts.  Even my FlyBikes Micromachine maybe a contender here as well!  I'll post my findings when I get a chance unless someone else has one sitting around?



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#67 2012-08-14 9:35am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

I got some pics today form my brother, whos been keeping my old bike in his garage for me for the past few years

2000 WeThePeople kh01, Primo bars, Hoffman Forks, Alex triple wall rims, and abunch of older heavy parts 
http://i1200.photobucket.com/albums/bb334/RDaniel2405/Bikes/A5134671-7784-4A7B-B4E3-622CE7D47EBF-1978-00000440B7A2C1F2.jpg
http://i1200.photobucket.com/albums/bb334/RDaniel2405/Bikes/7F4FE493-3B5C-44DA-88F1-85DBD283D891-1978-00000440AA1F5801.jpg

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#68 2012-08-15 5:43am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

anybody have a gack frame i know they were heavy the trail frame is like 9.5 if i remember correctly

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#69 2012-08-15 6:01am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

I have a 48.5lb 2hip Soul

Thats with the Promo Pegs and Moto Chain!

Last edited by Ikilledit (2012-08-15 6:02am)


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#70 2012-08-15 6:10am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

wds wrote:

The Gack Cannibal, Eastern Hercules & 4Bikes Battletech were all 10 pounder frames.
-Bill

The cro-mo pork was @ 10lbs then them homeless bikes were heavy too. In 95 my shorty w/all the trimmings was a whopping 42lbs complete.


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#71 2012-08-15 6:42am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

When you see .5,.6 that is a 1/10th of a pound Div!Any thing in the next decimal position .11,.89 etc. is totally irrelivant to the weight of a bmx frame...So when you see Oz. =16 to a pound Div.. That is the diffrence.

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#72 2012-08-15 6:53am

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Ikilledit wrote:

I have a 48.5lb 2hip Soul

Thats with the Promo Pegs and Moto Chain!

How is that thing doing Rob?  That is one of the top ten most indestructable bikes on the planet1Yea its one heavy mo fo too!!

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#73 2015-07-08 7:06pm

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Kid718 wrote:

Anyone know the weight of a 1997, platform Sabbath?  Just the bare frame.

8 lbs 14 ozs

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#74 2015-07-08 9:08pm

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Love these beast bike threads! Thanks for reviving it!

No scale but beware of sinkholes!

[img]http://i1065.photobucket.com/albums/u386/LeroyRochester/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpsujtjlbnq.jpg[/img]


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#75 2015-07-08 9:54pm

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Re: Midschool heavyweight shootout

Leroy Rochester wrote:

Love these beast bike threads! Thanks for reviving it!

No scale but beware of sinkholes!

[url][IMG]http://i1065.photobucket.com/albums/u386/LeroyRochester/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpsujtjlbnq.jpg[/url][/url]

Exit 47 in the house and bringing the heavyweights! big_smile

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