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2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

#1 2014-03-22 7:33pm

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2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

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2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

I bought the frame and fork from a museum member and spent a lot of time stripping and polishing.

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#2 2014-03-22 8:52pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

Boner town.


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#3 2014-03-22 10:36pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

This is one of the greatest bikes ever .Its all there you have a beauty.cool


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#4 2014-03-23 10:23pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

lets torque this into a haro master heritage series.24" with lots of haro parts some decals .You will be riding before the first ones come out of the box. what do ya say .coolcool


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#5 2014-03-23 10:26pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

OLSCHOOLRYDER wrote:

lets torque this into a haro master heritage series.24" with lots of haro parts some decals .You will be riding before the first ones come out of the box. what do ya say .coolcool

haha ya I know the lineage series .lollol


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#6 2014-03-24 1:02am

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

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#7 2014-03-25 8:52pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

I SEE THEY STEPPED UP GUSSET ,SWEET


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#8 2014-03-25 8:54pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

I SEE THEY STEPPED UP GUSSET ,SWEET


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#9 2014-03-25 8:57pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

Beautiful

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#10 2014-07-07 5:44pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

Beautiful bike, first aluminum Torker I have seen in person. Now we just need to polish it like a mirror.

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#11 2015-06-29 5:34pm

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Re: 2000 Torker TR 5.7 24

I had one of thes back in about '99. It was black with silver parts. I loved it but for some reason I sold it to my brother. Then he sold it. I was mad. That sucked. End of story.

Cool bike! cool


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