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1996 JAD 24
1996 JAD 24
Jad frame, fork, stem, and cranks
Parts Breakdown: Frame - JAD, Fork - JAD, Stem - JAD, Headset - Chris King, Bars - Brand X aluminum cruiser, Grips - ODI Longneck, Brake lever - Paul, Brakes - Paul, Cranks - JAD, Spider - JAD, Chainring - Tufneck, Pedals - GT, Rims - Odyssey t1000, Hubs - Bullseye, Tires - Tioga Comp III Rainbow label, Seat post - Odyssey, Seat - SDG Comp Ti Ventura, Chain tensioners - GT
It's all in the Technique...
Re: 1996 JAD 24
Hi, some amazing bmxs you have! This one's beautifully done. I love the Ace Hole Shot frames in particular, but a really interesting collection all-together! The Haro is sick...
I read on the Museum JAD page about some of their forks breaking, but could you educate me (and anyone else) how these frames, with no down-tube, are strong enough for bmx use? Is the main/top tube just very thick in wall diameter, and if so what do these frames weigh in at?
I'm pretty sure I'm not the only person who's looked at a JAD and wondered why they don't bend, twist or snap in half after a couple of jumps?!
How do these work? Thanks!