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#1 2015-06-13 9:10am

gypsypunk
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2001 Solid Bikes Killing Machine

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2001 Solid Bikes Killing Machine

Tough as nails!!!

2001 Solid Frame (with lightening bolt in the gusset) Solid forks, Solid Turn bars, FBM Sprocket, unknown cranks with 22mm spindle, Primo casket stem, Prim pedals, Front wheel is an Araya Himiko 48 hole laced to a Schwinn XS v2 hub. Rear wheel is a Primo hula hoop 48 hole laced to a primo hub. Primo seat. The original frame color is grey (under the black spray paint. It appears that the original decals are under there too. I still have to hook up a rear brake.


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#2 2015-06-13 4:40pm

RadicalNick
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Re: 2001 Solid Bikes Killing Machine

Killer! Shame it got spray bombed.


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