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1978 Healing Industries Supermax

#1 2014-01-19 6:58pm

Greco
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1978 Healing Industries Supermax

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1978 Healing Industries Supermax

Supermax The best NZ made BMX

Lucky me, i managed to pick up this bike as a rolling complete bike with all the original parts including seat, post, made in Japan stamped seat clamp, pedals MIJ , SR MIJ stem, Araya Rims Susie Hubs and Shirmano Brakes, she was all there and best yet, a brand new powder coated frame and forkes from Tim at Procoat and Re-Chromed mint Healing v bar handlebars. the sweetest $300 ever spent. I have put new brakes and new pedals and new tryes on and a new Dyna Seat but she is pretty close to as is 34 years ago. 
Single Gusset model and looks to be without repair to the gusset area quite rare for this single model.
Have just ordered a Decal Kit to fit, will update shortly,


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#2 2014-01-19 9:24pm

cruesixx69
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Re: 1978 Healing Industries Supermax

Very cool nice work!


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Needs=82' National Pro Long frame. Want one bad!!!!
Needs=80' Malvern Star Super Max frame and fork
Needs=79' Team Jag or 80' Jag
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#3 2014-10-12 2:41pm

Joebikesbaby
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Re: 1978 Healing Industries Supermax

I like the color combo. Cool bike.

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#4 2017-06-15 3:23am

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Re: 1978 Healing Industries Supermax

Love this, great job and colour combo is ace.

I have a Healing minimax 16", not sure how it made its way to the UK but thats all original, just waiting for my son to get old enough to ride it cool

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