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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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#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?


Hi.

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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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#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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#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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Re: The Best of BMX Restoration


Less Drama, More BMX

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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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