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1983 Diamond Back Harry Leary Turbo

#1 2017-07-24 7:26am

jberg27
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1983 Diamond Back Harry Leary Turbo

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1983 Diamond Back Harry Leary Turbo

One of my two dream bikes when I raced as a kid.  Having fun getting back on the track with these vintage bikes!

Purchased this from a gentleman out of Bethpage, NY off ebay who did an amazing job on it (orangcrrrush).   Won a vintage bike contest here in Arizona this year with it. 

Many original parts, Oakley FI grips NOS, original seat clamp, Araya 7X rims, headset, cranks.
GT handlebars smoked, redone brakes, new Dia Compe tires, new pad set.Updated with new DB SR pedals and Weinmann brake adjusters. Updated this with a stamped DB Turbo seat post and a repop DB seat.


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#2 2017-07-24 3:29pm

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Re: 1983 Diamond Back Harry Leary Turbo

Straight up beautiful example. I love these bikes. I don't think they get as much respect as they deserve. Pretty rare I think, especially with the HL Turbo accessories.

Had to Fav it! coolcool


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#3 2017-07-25 5:44am

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Re: 1983 Diamond Back Harry Leary Turbo

Sweet!


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#4 2017-07-25 10:41am

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Re: 1983 Diamond Back Harry Leary Turbo

Awesome racer ! Looks fast cool


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#5 2017-08-27 12:02am

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Re: 1983 Diamond Back Harry Leary Turbo

Nice!!! Very cool little collection you have... big_smilebig_smilebig_smile  GREAT BIKES!!!


44t BMX Club, "Midway Chapter"... Favortie bike:1983 Schwinn Predator... Schwinn, SuperCross, Free Agent, Anlun, Mongoose and Redline PL24 fan, as long as it's not a Hutch, I'll ride it... Predator owners show your PREDATOR LOVE and post your Predators here: http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=741107
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#6 2018-02-11 7:10pm

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Re: 1983 Diamond Back Harry Leary Turbo

I love it when bikes are unique and are not 100% catalog builds.


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