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#26 2009-11-30 4:16pm

RimSpoke2
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Registered: 2009-07-16
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

That build has got to be one of the worst replica ever. Blue tires, imitation mushroom grips? I would have been imbara$$ed to show that thing as it is. G_D I hope some one save that poor bike from it's eternal doom of being a complete waste of time replica. Even that lil gold pit version was easier to look at then this. And it was pretty correct too.

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#27 2009-11-30 4:38pm

NeRDBMX
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From: Charlottesville, VA
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

RimSpoke2 wrote:

That build has got to be one of the worst replica ever. Blue tires, imitation mushroom grips? I would have been imbara$$ed to show that thing as it is. G_D I hope some one save that poor bike from it's eternal doom of being a complete waste of time replica. Even that lil gold pit version was easier to look at then this. And it was pretty correct too.

Wow yikes


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#28 2009-11-30 11:41pm

LowUFO
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From: Toronto, Canada
Registered: 2009-02-08
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

I wouldn't go that far. But I would have to agree that the blue tires, grips, pedals, and pads are all wrong. And the bar and seat angles are atrocious.
But the gold parts are all super nice so I give respect for all the work that went into that..

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#29 2009-12-01 12:14am

brackett
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Registered: 2009-10-27
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

NerdbmX wrote:

RimSpoke2 wrote:

That build has got to be one of the worst replica ever. Blue tires, imitation mushroom grips? I would have been imbara$$ed to show that thing as it is. G_D I hope some one save that poor bike from it's eternal doom of being a complete waste of time replica. Even that lil gold pit version was easier to look at then this. And it was pretty correct too.

Wow yikes

really. I cant even believe I just read that. Just plain disrespect.


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#30 2009-12-01 8:59am

RimSpoke2
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

To each his own. tongue Some people like to build haro green rl22's too. I mean come on. You go as far as to get a pair of aerospeeds, replica or not, and have them gold plated. Then you half ass with some ladder bars, straight post, and blue crap? He might as well of had a gold plated gt block stem on there. Some things can be accepted like not being able to find an sst hub but.... So sure A for effort, but F for execution.
BTW This most of this bike is now owned by a close friend of mine and he WILL do it justice if i can help it. If not he's going to get hell for it.

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#31 2010-11-03 9:03am

Airik1111
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From: Woodburn, OR
Registered: 2010-10-03
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

You found Mr. T's bike!give me back my bike fool...I could see him riding that thing around as a kid:) anyways killer bike fool


I don't remember it hurting this much,can someone pick up my teeth please.

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#32 2011-04-06 3:54am

zombie_jesus
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

RimSpoke2 wrote:

To each his own. tongue Some people like to build haro green rl22's too. I mean come on. You go as far as to get a pair of aerospeeds, replica or not, and have them gold plated. Then you half ass with some ladder bars, straight post, and blue crap? He might as well of had a gold plated gt block stem on there. Some things can be accepted like not being able to find an sst hub but.... So sure A for effort, but F for execution.
BTW This most of this bike is now owned by a close friend of mine and he WILL do it justice if i can help it. If not he's going to get hell for it.

i agree with your rationale


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#33 2012-07-26 8:48am

tentoesover
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From: Santa Rosa, CA
Registered: 2012-02-29
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

Cool bike. I was just looking at Woody's last night on here, it's the most favorited bike on BMX museum.


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#34 2012-07-27 2:48pm

dktotz
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Registered: 2012-07-26
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

That is sick!!!  Amazing, that’s a winner.

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#35 2013-07-23 5:30am

cmaciaszek
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From: Orlando,FL
Registered: 2013-07-21
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

awesome bike great job !!

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#36 2014-02-26 7:08pm

mattreel
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Registered: 2007-12-25
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

Really beautiful! Instant fav!

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#37 2014-03-02 11:01am

Burt-Blood
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From: Essex UK
Registered: 2012-06-05
Posts: 34
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

! bike 1 post?!?!?!?!? i smells a rat:rolleyes:

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#38 2014-03-03 11:01am

Wasgr8
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Registered: 2014-02-24
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Re: 1984 Hutch Trick Star

Every once in a while ..... Jealousy hurts.

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