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#1 2018-02-10 8:28am

Bill1174
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From: Long Branch,NJ
Registered: 2016-11-06
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1987 Kuwahara Bravo Team

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1987 Kuwahara Bravo Team

This was a bike I had in 87 after my magician was stolen and threw it out when I got my dL in

I have always wanted this bike back so I finally was able to pick up a frame set in poor shape on eBay and started recreating my original bike. For the purists I did the same changes I did on mine new. I changed the plastic pedals to Suntour Xc ii and the levers to Odyssey rx-3. The Peregrine cranks felt loose to me back when they were a few years old and since this will be my main rider I switched to black redline cranks.
Everything on this bike was restored and cleaned by myself and it ended up taking a few months to get the parts together. I have many members on here to thank for selling me the rare parts I needed to get this build done

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