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#1 2013-12-28 4:06pm

bwheels
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From: True Torch Santa Ana, CA
Registered: 2009-12-28
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1983 Powerlite 24

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1983 Powerlite 24

I've been working on this 1 for a couple years. It originally came from Kelly "Puddleduck" and I got it from Jonathan.

Powerlite S-24 frame and fork Powerlite Powerbends powder coated candy blue ACS Z rims with Bullseye hubs Takagi cranks Sugino stem GT layback seat post Cheng Shin Comp III 1.75 tires San Marcos Corsaire suede seat Tioga seat clamp Oakley grips Tange head set Shimano freewheel KMC chain Dia Compe brake


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I handle sales and marketing at True Torch. We have almost 40 years experience fabricating BMX bikes. We do custom builds and repairs but our overhead is not paid via BMX.
Personally, I'm a total Peddlepower and early Powerlite junkie. Always looking for '83 and older
Check out my Peddlepower 26" tribute frame set.
Looking for:
Peddlepower and Powerlite parts. I need 24" & 26" Powerlite forks.
Single red 20" Snake Belly in very good condition
OG vinyl Powerlite pads

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#2 2013-12-28 6:15pm

thug1971
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From: Bentonville, AR
Registered: 2009-05-24
Posts: 114
Bikes: 12

Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Awesome build.  Great choice of some unique parts.  Rock on.

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#3 2013-12-28 9:33pm

maestro_93
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Registered: 2013-11-11
Posts: 106
Bikes: 1

Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Nice bike always like 24 ..

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#4 2013-12-29 8:23am

RadicalNick
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From: North Cackalacky
Registered: 2011-09-25
Posts: 16425
Bikes: 14

Re: 1983 Powerlite 24

Another nice Powerlite example. Great job. cool


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