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1982 MCS Magnum 240

#1 2013-03-31 3:17am

thug1971
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1982 MCS Magnum 240

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1982 MCS Magnum 240

According to the test in the May 1982 issue of Super BMX, this frame was built off the same design as the first Hutch XL-24.  Therefore, it's probably the closest I'll ever come to owning an XL-24, so

* Frame & Fork:  MCS - 240 Magnum
* Steering:  HUTCH Bars | HUTCH Stem | A'ME Grips
* Braking:  DIA-COMPE 1080 Setup
* Powertrain:  REDLINE 401 Flight Cranks | HUTCH Pedals | GENERIC Chain
* Wheels:  ARAYA 7x Rims | BULLSEYE Hubs
* Seating:  ARIUS MX Saddle | GENERIC Alloy Fluted Seatpost | DIA-COMPE MX Hinged Clamp
* Accessories:  FLITE Oldskool safety pads


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#2 2013-03-31 4:35pm

mistercat
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Re: 1982 MCS Magnum 240

Sweet Ride!!  I have one with Hutch Cruiser Bars too. MCS actually made some of the early Hutch XL-24s.

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#3 2013-03-31 6:47pm

thug1971
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Re: 1982 MCS Magnum 240

mistercat wrote:

Sweet Ride!!  I have one with Hutch Cruiser Bars too. MCS actually made some of the early Hutch XL-24s.

Dang, Brother.  I just checked out your collection.  You must really like these cruisers, eh?  This is only my second cruiser build (also have a Torker 24) and this one definitely rides more comfortably.

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#4 2013-08-12 11:51am

ReddyZ06
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Re: 1982 MCS Magnum 240

Very cool 24!

Mike

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