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#1 2017-02-14 3:41pm

JT
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1982 Torker 24

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1982 Torker 24

Torker and rare Campagnolo BMX parts

Another fine product from Torker in 1982 as the cruiser division was now standardized on 24's vs. 26" cruisers.
Factory Pro Clint Miller told Torker to "Shorten up the rear end, go with quicker steering, and you'll have a winner!"  "We just asked ourselves what would we want if we were racing 13 - 14 cruiser or 15 - 25 class.  We figured what they did and didn't like about our 26 and other 24's on the market and went to work."
VEHICLE
Frame – All original chrome and decals Fork – Original finish
Bars – GT uncut, Torker cruiser bars came out in ‘83
Headset – Tange MX-5 alloy, NOS
Stem – Torker
Grips – Oakley .5’s, NOS
Caliper – Dia-Compe MX1000
Brake pads - Mathauser finned pads
Brake lever - Dia-Compe side pull
Brake Cable - Dia-Compe
Rims – Araya 7X, NOS
Hubs – Campanolo BMX in gold, rare
Tires – Mitsuboshi Competition III Yellow label Fat/Skinny's
Cranks – Campagnolo BMX, NOS
Pedals – Demco Futura X sealed, rare
Bottom bracket – Torker sealed
Chain – HKK Smoker, NOS
Seat – Unicantor leather
Seat Post – Fluted alloy, NOS
Seat Post Clamp – Addicks, NOS
PADS – Torker nylon, original
Misc. – Torker cable guides, rare
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#2 2017-02-14 5:30pm

pinoyrider
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Re: 1982 Torker 24

Very nice .cool


I don't sell to these members: ShaneHill ;   Kennetho
Please be AWARE of these members!!
You know  "EXACTLY " what you did.
Just a waste of time.

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#3 2017-02-14 6:04pm

kopwithit
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Re: 1982 Torker 24

I want One... Very cool...


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#4 2017-02-18 3:05pm

STORMRIDER
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Re: 1982 Torker 24

Attention to detail....Nice work

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#5 2017-08-11 1:07am

cryingsuns
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Registered: 2017-07-24
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Re: 1982 Torker 24

I'm digging the OG Campy BMX stuff...a couple of items you have I hope to find for my Torker build are the Unicantor seat, cranks, and hubs...super sweet build, one of the finest in the cruiser world IMO.

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