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I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

#1 2009-05-10 11:55am

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I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

<a href="http://s9.photobucket.com/albums/a87/ras1666/?action=view&current=Photo-0282.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a87/ras1666/Photo-0282.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>


I got a Huffy, My little brother got a Schwinn... What's up with that?

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#2 2009-05-10 11:59am

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Re: I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

Your link is not working. Try copying and pasting the IM(image) code from photobucket.


Still searching for my missing bikes from BITD. 1979 Blue Max serial: CI9 221346 and 1977 Webco serial: 42667. Both were last seen at Spoke and Sport Bicycles in Spokane, WA around 1984. $600 reward if found!!

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#3 2009-05-10 8:06pm

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Re: I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

http://s9.photobucket.com/albums/a87/ras1666/?action=view&amp;current=Photo-0282.jpg


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damn bunch of end users. why do we even bother. so you can get email ?

ffs.

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#4 2009-05-10 8:07pm

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Re: I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

wtf i cant edit my post ?

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saylor wrote:
damn bunch of end users. why do we even bother. so you can get email ?

ffs.

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#5 2009-05-10 8:10pm

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Re: I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a87/ras1666/Photo-0282.jpg

does that work?


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#6 2009-05-10 8:11pm

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Re: I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

yes it does smile

cool cruiser


I might not deliver when I say I will, but when I do it's always right on time.

It's not my birthday, but that's my name on the cake

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#7 2009-05-11 2:43pm

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Re: I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

What is up with S&S?


I got a Huffy, My little brother got a Schwinn... What's up with that?

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#8 2009-05-11 8:05pm

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Re: I thought this was a Laguna 26'er, Now I think it is a cook bros. ????

Same company that makes after market carbs for Harleys.Seriously.Seems I heard that they made some stuff for speed boats,too.I guess they dabbled in bmx around '80-'82 or so.


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