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2003 Metal Burma

#1 2019-04-13 6:07pm

lg1
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2003 Metal Burma

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2003 Metal Burma

cool mid school tank

i believe it's a 3rd gen frame. correct me if i'm wrong, please. i can't take much (any) credit for how cool this thing is, i bought it like this. someone out there built an awesome bike. i stripped some melty gray primer and super tough black powder off it and put a metal sprocket on it. everything else is exactly how i got it. it's got a decent ding in the top tube, other than that, it's pretty great. some cool parts...
s&m front end (pitchforks, redneck and slam bars)primo son of a bomb hubs laced to hula hoopsholy roller front tire, the wall reartektro brake, dirty harry leverprimo power bite cranksmetal sprocketfat ass kmc chaintenderizer pedalsrod seatpostprimo clamppoverty sofa seat
EVERYthing is worn/used on this bikeAs usual, the year is an estimate.

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Pants first, then shoes.

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#2 2019-11-22 3:19am

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Re: 2003 Metal Burma

Looking at the thickness of the dropouts, 3rd gen looks right. 1st gen had 3/16" thick dropouts instead of 1/4".


WTB Gack Gargoyle frame. WTB Rigid Cycles Street frame.

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