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#1 2019-07-14 5:24pm

WoodyboysBMX
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Big Flyer Questions

I bought this banged up Big Flyer 29er, that was missing a few things. What size cranks and chainring came on this thing????

I also need a headset, stock would be just fine.... Send me a PM.

Here is a picture of this bad boy.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/15726/img_20190714_1844124165d2bc791df.jpg

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#2 2019-07-14 5:32pm

Minx20
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Re: Big Flyer Questions

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#3 2019-07-14 5:33pm

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Re: Big Flyer Questions

Looks like it belonged to a wheelie kid!


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Would you trust a fat ugly lazy drunk to weld up a frame that will be ridden hard?
$20 is $20!

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#4 2019-07-14 5:39pm

WoodyboysBMX
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Re: Big Flyer Questions

spyker wrote:

Looks like it belonged to a wheelie kid!

For sure. It's taken a pretty good beat down, but I'm going to revive it a bit.

Thanks for the info, now I'm going on the search.

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#5 2019-07-14 5:47pm

Minx20
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Re: Big Flyer Questions

WoodyboysBMX wrote:

spyker wrote:

Looks like it belonged to a wheelie kid!

For sure. It's taken a pretty good beat down, but I'm going to revive it a bit.

Thanks for the info, now I'm going on the search.

Best type of builds are those found cheap, got some wear on them already. Get it back on the road with minimal $

Sunday Saker cranks are a good choice.

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#6 2019-07-14 6:21pm

WoodyboysBMX
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Re: Big Flyer Questions

Minx20 wrote:

WoodyboysBMX wrote:

spyker wrote:

Looks like it belonged to a wheelie kid!

For sure. It's taken a pretty good beat down, but I'm going to revive it a bit.

Thanks for the info, now I'm going on the search.

Best type of builds are those found cheap, got some wear on them already. Get it back on the road with minimal $

Sunday Saker cranks are a good choice.

It really is. I saved this thing from the garbage. The guy thought I was crazy for wanting it.

I'm going to find a set of cranks, a headset and ride it.

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