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1987 General Osborn Pro

#1 2015-05-16 9:00am

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1987 General Osborn Pro

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1987 General Osborn Pro

1987 General Osborn Pro, S/N: 870 946
**SOLD 6/17/15 to Member Frito**
Always loved these bikes back in the day, never saw one up close until this frame appeared in a buddy's basement a few months back. I realized I had never really done a proper Old School Freestyle build before, so here we go! OG Chrome, OG LBS decal on down tube (McPhail's, Waterloo, ON, Canada.) Rear frame standers were already gone when I received the frame. New decals from AJK.
Frame: 1987 General Osborn Pro
Fork: Correct 1987 General Osborn Pro, stamped 'Spinner' on steerer
Headset: Tioga
Head-lock: Norco
Detangler: ACS Rotor w/ Tioga upper cup (new Red top decal, OG side decals)
Stem: SR MS-422 (polished out / new red powder -- was originally red ano under white spray-bomb)
Bars: Mk. 1 Peregrine Q w/ OG decal
Grips: repop A'Me Tri, flangeless
Bar-ends: A'Me, red.
Levers: Odyssey RX-3 (only pair I've ever seen in Red -- the red accents on this build were based on the levers.)
F. Brake: '86 dated DC Nippon, w/ OG pads
R. Brake: Later DC Hombre
Crank: Sugino 175
Chainwheel: Peregrine, 42T
Pedals: VP-300
Wheels: Peregrine HP-48, silver rims, loose-ball hubs stamped 'Japan 7E'
Tires: New Panaracer HP406
Seat: Survivor Dominator
Seatpost: Porkchop drain-pipe
Seatpost Clamp: Porkchop Peregrine (was purple ano, polished and added decal)


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#2 2015-05-16 2:22pm

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Re: 1987 General Osborn Pro

Looks killer Dan! Glad to see it built up! smile


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#3 2015-05-17 7:05pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 1987 General Osborn Pro

Nice job. cool


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#4 2015-05-22 11:14pm

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Re: 1987 General Osborn Pro

nice build cool


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#5 2015-11-01 6:11pm

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Re: 1987 General Osborn Pro

coolcool

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#6 2015-11-02 4:43am

rainmaker
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Re: 1987 General Osborn Pro

cool

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