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#1 2019-04-15 3:55pm

GtBob
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1983 Torker 280X

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1983 Torker 280X

Torker

original 83 Torker 280x,
Torker bars, seat post, pads, stem.
Ukai 1.75 rimsRedline cranksKnarler knobbly tyresShotgun 2 seatDc clampMx1000s Skyway pedals

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#2 2019-04-16 7:55am

RadicalNick
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Re: 1983 Torker 280X

Had to fav that one up. It brings back memories of mine. Mine was a very early 280x from late 1982, with a round hole in the gusset. They then moved to the oval one, like you have here. Then to no gusset at all in later models.

Nice bike! cool


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#3 2019-04-16 7:58am

GtBob
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Re: 1983 Torker 280X

Thanks Nick

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