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#1 2015-05-08 9:50pm

holmes95
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2006 Mongoose Motomag

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2006 Mongoose Motomag

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06 motomag frame & fork
Nitto MX stem
S&M hoder bars
Chromoly lay back seat post
Mongoose seat
Dia-compe 890 calipers
Tech 3 levers
VP beartraps
175 crmo cranks
NOS Tioga spider pro MX chainwheel
Alloy wheels with high flange hubs
Repop comp 2 tyres
U.S made mongoose grips
KMC chain
Have tucked away the original crappy parts!it's actually rideable now...


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#2 2015-05-10 7:09am

RadicalNick
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Re: 2006 Mongoose Motomag

I've seen a few of these now. Really nice reproduction bikes. Nice job on this one. cool


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