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1990 Redline 300

#1 2021-03-29 8:35am

ConcreteTrash
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1990 Redline 300

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1990 Redline 300

Less common

Less common, but not necessarily more desirable, 18th anniversary Redline 300.
This is an Australian model from what I've read.
Open to more info on this one if anybody can contribute.
I got this one 100% bone stock. I changed out the bars, cranks, and wheels to make it a rider.
I do have all of the original parts that came off of it. Added a flite pad set in black.


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#2 2021-11-23 10:39am

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Re: 1990 Redline 300

Are these the bone stock handle bars (and stem?) I just bought a blue 300 last night and I cant tell if the stem is OG. I know the handle bars are not and I can't tell if these are correct or the ones you put on but they look great. I cant see much difference between the US and AUS versions of this bike.

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#3 2022-06-13 3:42am

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Re: 1990 Redline 300

Handlebars in the pics werent stock. They were GT Pro bars. The stem was stock. As well as everything else besides the cranks.


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