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#1 2013-01-28 6:24pm

DEADREAPER649
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Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

Hello, I am planning a build and am trying to build a heavy, and overbuilt tank bike.  I am just looking for ideas on parts. I have a frame, fork, stem, pedals,and handlebars.

I was thinking of a profile blackjack with guard.

I am looking for ideas on all other parts.

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#2 2013-01-28 6:33pm

jaymeatsack
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

Original solid cranks and forks, profile s.s. Cranks, Alex triple wall rims, 3/16" and wipperman IG 8 chain, standard, 2 hip, kink, gack frames, grind guards on everything, seat post clamps the size of grapefruits, primo walls with thorn proof tubes and tuffy liners. I could go on.

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#3 2013-01-28 6:35pm

DEADREAPER649
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

jaymeatsack wrote:

Original solid cranks and forks, profile s.s. Cranks, Alex triple wall rims, 3/16" and wipperman IG 8 chain, standard, 2 hip, kink, gack frames, grind guards on everything, seat post clamps the size of grapefruits, primo walls with thorn proof tubes and tuffy liners. I could go on.

Specific parts? Seat clamps?

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#4 2013-01-28 6:47pm

XJguy
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

Mr Tick stem


WTB Bully stem.
WTB Peregrine Super Pros, not pitted.
WTB Kuwahara freestyle stem engraved.

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#5 2013-01-28 6:49pm

XJguy
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

The Redline RL-880 is a pretty massive bike.  They basically took the idea of an RL-20II and super sized everything.


WTB Bully stem.
WTB Peregrine Super Pros, not pitted.
WTB Kuwahara freestyle stem engraved.

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#6 2013-01-28 6:50pm

jsngrimm
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

Anything Fishbone, overbuilt as hell and looks awesome cool


--Current Rides--
'98 Haro Zippo
'05 DK Rage

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#7 2013-01-28 7:04pm

XJguy
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

jsngrimm wrote:

Anything Fishbone, overbuilt as hell and looks awesome cool

true dat


WTB Bully stem.
WTB Peregrine Super Pros, not pitted.
WTB Kuwahara freestyle stem engraved.

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#8 2013-01-28 7:05pm

DEADREAPER649
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

Brakes

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#9 2013-01-28 7:09pm

dc1
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

DEADREAPER649 wrote:

Brakes

ACS BOA with the big bolts. Drill the forks.   cool

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#10 2013-01-28 7:12pm

RDB
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

what F/F are you building?

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#11 2013-01-28 7:16pm

DEADREAPER649
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

RDB wrote:

what F/F are you building?

Frame: 2004 DK Eightpack
Fork: Standard Bash

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#12 2013-01-28 7:20pm

RDB
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

DEADREAPER649 wrote:

RDB wrote:

what F/F are you building?

Frame: 2004 DK Eightpack
Fork: Standard Bash

need a heavier frame lol


sounds cool though

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#13 2013-01-28 7:21pm

DEADREAPER649
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

RDB wrote:

DEADREAPER649 wrote:

RDB wrote:

what F/F are you building?

Frame: 2004 DK Eightpack
Fork: Standard Bash

need a heavier frame lol


sounds cool though

I am thinking about having a friend weld another pair of brake mounts on the chainstays.

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#14 2013-01-28 7:40pm

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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

try and find one of these?

http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d42/brewharriah/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_5656.jpg

😉


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#15 2013-01-28 7:44pm

DEADREAPER649
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

brewharriah wrote:

try and find one of these?

http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d42/b … G_5656.jpg

😉

what is it?

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#16 2013-01-28 7:50pm

brewharriah
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

no clue... rob the mod had it in his secret stash...


so far no one has been able to name it... aside from beefy!


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#17 2013-01-28 8:15pm

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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

Haro hubs with Alex rims like on the 2000ish mirra pros. Are heavy and strong as an ox.
Haro stem that came on the mirra pro was heavy and beefy.
Kink Chain & Sprocket.
Kink made some beasty pegs. Not sure if they still do.

I know you said you have a frame. But the bigest tank of a frame I ever had was a Schwinn torque flight say 1998ish. Was so disappointed in that bike. All top notch parts of the time and a 40lb bike.


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#18 2013-01-28 8:35pm

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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

I know you said frame, fork and bars.   But hard to go past this overbuilt combo
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v237/hboost/IMG_7275.jpg
http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSesacv6-ZAjiu9pyw_PbgIs-qV2DQUSR9uhDdox7hIxg1NW2K9

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#19 2013-01-29 7:05am

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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

you need a Primo Casket stem for sure...18 ozs of beefy stem

I have a black one im not using if you are interested, pm me cool

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#20 2013-01-29 8:00am

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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

Mr. Tick, just about everything this guy makes is massive.  He even makes solid metal handlebars and solid seatposts yikes

https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS3aZ3XYmwbjQp8501RGka4yDXFR_j3p1ez_c5vnBaXfnAHGb0dWg

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRbxpN7pdR0m26RXAK9_C5sT0FJV8qe_IFmEOYyDFM5hpQpWcgLqA

https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTYikvqtgr7YqxZ_k_wmHKNpLOVyRQ__JSfU1NKT_GWWUphZvJMVw


WTB Bully stem.
WTB Peregrine Super Pros, not pitted.
WTB Kuwahara freestyle stem engraved.

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#21 2019-09-27 7:45am

80srock
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

Can I resurrect this thread?  Did the OP ever finish this bike?  I'm interested in the same build.


Threadless isn't "old school", sorry lol.  Thank you Linn Kastan, Scott Breithaupt, Bob Haro, Eddie Fiola, Martin Aparijo, Kevin Hull, Jose Yanez, Matt Hoffman & the rest for leading the way & keeping the flame lit.  Without you guys we'd have nothing.  (And one more thing; WHATS IT MADE OUT OF?!?! Aluminum? Hi-ten? Cro-mo? Titanium? PUT IT IN THE DESCRIPTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

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#22 2019-09-27 8:55am

uglykato
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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

RDB wrote:

you need a Primo Casket stem for sure...18 ozs of beefy stem

I have a black one im not using if you are interested, pm me cool

Exactly what this dude said, so heaviest stem that comes to mind.  Maybe some love handles, and have you considered Sabbath or War Pig?  I think War Pig tipped the scales at an 8LB frame.


If I owe you any feedback, please, let me know.

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#23 2019-09-27 11:32am

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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

If it was me, I would go with...

S&M WarPig or Gen 1 Sabbath
HB SuperForks
Primo Casket Stem
OG Gyro
FSA Pig Headset with oversized cups
HB Love Handles with 1' grip tubes
Gen 1 Odyssey Modulevers
Dia Compe 990s front and rear
Kink oversized steel pegs front and rear
Profile SS cranks
Kink 1/4 thick 45 tooth sprocket
garage door chain
Primo Rod Seatpost
Primo Viking double clamp
Primo Wall tires 2.2
Alex triple wall rims with 10 gauge spokes
14mm axle high flange hubs front and rear
Primo jewels axle nuts (with built in sockets)
Odyssey business class seat
Atomlab or DK Iron Cross pedals
ODI grips
Bolt on sprocket guard

My friend Matt Bennett had almost this exact setup in 1999 - I did a week of shows with him once and by far the most difficult think about them was getting that bike into and out of the van. It had to be easily be north of 50 pounds.  It made my 36 pound EP feel like a feather. It would probably be equal to a modern bike with a cinder block zip tied to the down tube....

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#24 2019-09-28 5:48am

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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/97161/20190406_1546215d8f558fd2.jpg
Alex triple wall rims would suffice. These things are tanks!
If you go 3/16" on the sprocket hit me up. I have a few of these chains and they are ridiculous!
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/97161/20190928_0748115d8f569c52.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/97161/20190928_0747565d8f56a77b.jpg

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#25 2019-09-28 6:00am

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Re: Beefy,Overbuilt, and Oversized parts.

I've got a Hoffman TAJ with Son of BOMB hubs 14 mm ales, blah, blah....has to be the heaviest bike ever.  Even the Primo Lion seat has to weight 3 pounds.  Certainly made for a manly man.


Hutch Fun Facts: All main line Hutch's with digits only S/N (no letters or baseballs) on the rear drop outs were US made and had their dropouts stamped between late '83 and '86.  Obviously the frame manufacture would occur slightly after that, even if they just threw 'em in a bucket randomly.  There is an obvious date code in that the first 2 digits seem to be the month and the 3rd digit is pretty obviously the last digit of the year running from '83-'86.

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