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#1 2016-11-02 11:23am

JT
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1976 Redline Squareback 16

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1976 Redline Squareback 16

Hall of Fame racer David Clinton (Rick's Bike Shop, Kawasaki, Dirt Master, DG, Shimano/Diamondback, & Redline) was given this frame and fork from owner Linn Kastan.  Being such a fan of Redline's was

1976 Redline Squareback pit bike original finishes.  The frame and fork were previous owned by Hall of Fame racer, David Clinton. 
VEHICLE
Frame– Redline nickel 16"
Fork– Redline nickel 16"
Stem– 1975 1st generation Redline double clamp
Bars– Redline deep V bar nickel
Grips– NOS Oakley I's
Headset– NOS Tange
Front Hub– Campagnolo Record 28 hole with all original parts
Rear Hub - Bendix Red band coaster brake
Spokes– Double butted
Nipples– Brass
Rims– Araya 7b's first generation
Front Tire– NOS Cheng Shin 16 x 2.125
Rear Tire– NOS Cheng Shin 16 x 2.125
Chain ring– NOS Takagi with the original price still on it
Chain– Schwinn
Spider– Addicks 1st generation
Spider bolts– Takagi
Cranks– NOS Ashtabula 4.5"
Bottom Bracket– Schwinn
Pedals– NOS Union
Seat– Mesinger padded
Seat post– NOS Laguna solid alloy with original decal
Seat post clamp– Redline prototype didn't make it to production
Dialed-In - Jeff "JT" Tollefson (JTFreestyle Com)

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Started BMX in 1974
Started Freestyle in 1979
Started JTFreestyle Bike shop in 1984
Still BMX and Freestylin', Google JTFreestyle Com

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#2 2016-11-02 3:34pm

pkripper68bmx
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Re: 1976 Redline Squareback 16

Very nice coolcool

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#3 2016-11-04 11:27am

JoeKat
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From: Cincinnati, OH
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Re: 1976 Redline Squareback 16

So cool cool


WTB the following REDLINE Frame Pads:
CARRERA
PL-24

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#4 2016-11-04 4:58pm

Radman127
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From: Marietta, Georgia
Registered: 2015-03-07
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Re: 1976 Redline Squareback 16

Wow!

Last edited by Radman127 (2016-11-04 5:00pm)


"Never mistake kindness for weakness."

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#5 2019-07-18 7:03am

eric12
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From: M'Boro, TN
Registered: 2012-10-09
Posts: 13579

Re: 1976 Redline Squareback 16

NICE!


Being an adult is the dumbest thing I've ever done.

A Redline, the fastest way between two points.

Give A Shift! Save the manual.

Did you turn it off and then turn it back on?

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