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The Best of BMX Restoration

#51 2012-03-16 12:18am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

I have a Mongoose BMX-very expensive, but all in rust.What can I do to become pure without stain.What are the ingredients.Please send me an email address or online BMX Muse.

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#52 2012-05-12 2:03pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

This is a terrific site:)smile

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#53 2012-05-18 12:18am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

marked.


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WANTED... - Anodized Blue Dia Compe 880 Front
WANTED... - Anodized Blue Anlun AL-501S Stem with or without Hollow bolt
WANTED... - Diamond Back Woody Bars
WANTED... - Haro Group 1 crank Spindle and Bottom Bracket & Group 1 Stem hollow bolt WEDGE &/ OGK Rear mag (Hutch style)
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#54 2012-06-14 7:15am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

checkin in for future referance smile


Needs as of 1/1/15 24" Ukai Speedlines prefer black

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#55 2012-06-19 9:36am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

I have a 79/80 Supergoose with blue anodized spoked rims.
The rims are now losing their color and I'd like to replace them. Where can I find the right wheels?

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#56 2012-06-19 9:48am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Hi,
I just sent you a PM.  You should post your question in here in BMX Tech & Restoration as a new topic.  More people will see it than where it is now in this thread.

Welcome to the museum!

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#57 2012-07-13 9:48pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Awesome.. thanks!!!!

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#58 2012-08-19 7:17pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

How to lube a chain link doesn't seem to work?


Hutch Fun Facts: All main line Hutch's with digits only S/N (no letters or baseballs) on the rear drop outs were US made and had their dropouts stamped between late '83 and '86.  Obviously the frame manufacture would occur slightly after that, even if they just threw 'em in a bucket randomly.  There is an obvious date code in that the first 2 digits seem to be the month and the 3rd digit is pretty obviously the last digit of the year running from '83-'86.

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#59 2012-08-19 8:01pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Thanks, you're right.  It appears to have been moved or deleted and I can't find it now.  Too bad, it was a video of girl demonstrating how to do it. tongue

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#60 2012-09-05 2:44pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Thanks for the thread!

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#61 2012-09-08 7:08pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

marking this.  smile

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#62 2012-10-16 10:08pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

I have a set of mike buff z rims that are painted black. What would be the best way to remove it ? z rim seem a very porus material and I dont

want to mess them up , Haven't seen a link on that subject any ideas.     Thanks

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#63 2012-10-18 4:10am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

big_smile

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#64 2012-10-18 8:18pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Anything for fixing a bent fork?

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#65 2012-10-20 11:12am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

tnyvillegas wrote:

Anything for fixing a bent fork?

+1
yeah, i have a nice gt pro performer fork thats bent a hair at steer tube i would like to straighten

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my GT PFTT build thread!!!!
DG PINK> http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.p … 2#p4187452   



want list....NOS haro hpf 2.0 black w/tan wall

HARO ZIPPO THREAD   http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.p … 1#p4414941

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#66 2012-10-20 12:35pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

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#67 2012-11-05 5:20pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Best thread on this site, STICKY THIS PLEASE !


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#68 2012-11-05 6:31pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

xXx


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'lil help,  plz...& thanks!

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#69 2012-11-05 7:18pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

nblracer305 wrote:

I have a set of mike buff z rims that are painted black. What would be the best way to remove it ? z rim seem a very porus material and I dont

want to mess them up , Haven't seen a link on that subject any ideas.     Thanks

I can help you

http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=200282


No more media blasting at this time.
I am always glad to give advice any time!!!

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#70 2012-11-20 1:17pm

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

big_smile


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#71 2012-12-10 12:11am

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#72 2013-01-23 1:39am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Help using a Bench grinder and grade H to polish chrome anybody out there with any tips?

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#73 2013-01-23 1:41am

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Like to thank Wired for the pm great member helped me out with some issues i was having. Thanks again.

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#74 2013-02-02 4:02am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Nice

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#75 2013-02-02 5:59am

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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration

Great Info,will need to read later:D Marked


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