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#26 2016-09-30 5:52pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star


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#27 2016-10-01 7:27pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Even though you've stated you don't really like zd's  they look pretty good with Sturmey's on a TS .

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#28 2016-10-01 7:43pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Looks tits just like that!


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#29 2019-01-10 11:48am

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

I went with Ukai rims. They have been on there a little while and I can see the rear wheel is a little dusty.

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#30 2019-01-10 12:40pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Looks great! But you still need to fix the seat guts. tongue


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#31 2019-01-10 1:33pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Nice wheel choice

Suggest changing seat all together...


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#32 2019-01-10 1:49pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

wheels look nice, but again flip the seat guts and change the seat to a black kashi aero or Hutch kashi


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#33 2019-01-10 1:56pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Good choice! Looks great.
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#34 2019-01-10 2:00pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

i think after 2 years, that that is a a bad choice. I was expecting some black rims and white tyres.
Seat guts need sorting out as well.


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#35 2019-01-10 2:02pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

z rims


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#36 2019-01-10 2:11pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

I went with Ukai rims because they were often sold with Trick Stars back in the day.

I like the seat guts like that, lol. I'm not changing them. I do realize that they are an eyesore for a lot of collectors, though, so I get it. It's not the worst thing that I have seen on a Trick Star.


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#37 2019-01-10 3:05pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

jokerman13922 wrote:

I'd worry about those seat guts first lol

+1 yea the guts are not supposed to seen ..... the round part that clamps rails goes up ^ and the round part that clamps post goes down v


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#38 2019-01-10 6:27pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Lavendar spokes on white or chrome rims. 

I love the hutch lavendar mags and would use those on my future lavendar trick star in a heart beat.


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#39 2019-01-10 6:52pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Green skyway mags, live a little.


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#40 2019-01-10 8:11pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Giginfrogg wrote:

Green skyway mags, live a little.

Thank you, that did make me laugh.


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#41 2019-01-11 1:45am

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

EthanBoyle wrote:

I went with Ukai rims. They have been on there a little while and I can see the rear wheel is a little dusty.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … a12421.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 9fdcc7.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 9fe92c.jpg

I love the " never mind the background " pics like this.. sheesh..roll


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#42 2019-01-11 9:17am

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

I think you have a backwards seat guts fetish....  tongue lol cool


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#43 2019-01-11 9:59am

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

JUGGARNAUT wrote:

EthanBoyle wrote:

I went with Ukai rims. They have been on there a little while and I can see the rear wheel is a little dusty.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … a12421.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 9fdcc7.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 9fe92c.jpg

I love the " never mind the background " pics like this.. sheesh..roll

I'm on the verge of selling this bike, when that happens I will take more presentable pics. But for this purpose I'm OK with the background.

Dirty Habits wrote:

I think you have a backwards seat guts fetish....  ? ? ?

Why yes I do. Ha ha ha!


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#44 2019-01-11 10:30am

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

White z-48’s and a white kashi aero!

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#45 2019-01-11 2:48pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

I chose this seat because these bikes were being rode at various bike events and we are close to 50 now. This seat is probably the most comfortable seat that I had ever encountered in the 80's. So, it is period correct and comfortable, which works for us today.

For the record, this is my actual last Hutch rider. It is the last one that I did tricks on, and like the one in my avatar I built it how I wanted. I really do appreciate all of the comments though.


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#46 2019-01-11 3:08pm

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Re: Trying to figure out wheels for my Hutch Trick Star

Awesome display, I only get to hang stockings from our mantle

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