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The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

#51 2019-08-30 6:55pm

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

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#52 2019-08-31 5:04am

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

BRIAN HAYS wrote:

Thanks guys. Its NOS and a pretty substantial piece of SE history to me so it will NEVER be built. Its been preserved this long and will continue to be. The forks in the pics are from my green ano PK XL for the pics. I have a true mint NOS set of Landing Gear on the way that are from a case of boxed up Landing Gear forks found after SE closed also. Frame and fork will be displayed together but never have a headset installed. I have plenty of SE stuff that is built and rideable/ridden so there is no need in my eyes to build this one ever. Some people may but it will never be me for sure.

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#53 2019-08-31 8:55am

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

Overseas buyers salivating as they read this thread! lollol KEEP IT HERE BRO!


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#54 2019-08-31 1:59pm

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

None of my stuff will ever go to Thailand. It wouldnt matter with this one though as they dont give a shit about anything newer than 1984 SE over there.

Im a collector, not a flipper. Not saying I havent sold anything of mine because all of us sell stuff to fuel the passion for a new different bike or part. Im just NOT one of those guys who post stuff to show it off as a baiting thread to generate interest in the soon to come for sale thread. I buy the stuff I want and keep most of it a long time. Collecting isn't about money to me unlike about 95% of the people in this hobby. Dont care what the monetary value is of this because I didn't buy it to resell it.

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#55 2019-08-31 2:41pm

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

BRIAN HAYS wrote:

None of my stuff will ever go to Thailand. It wouldnt matter with this one though as they dont give a shit about anything newer than 1984 SE over there.

Im a collector, not a flipper. Not saying I havent sold anything of mine because all of us sell stuff to fuel the passion for a new different bike or part. Im just NOT one of those guys who post stuff to show it off as a baiting thread to generate interest in the soon to come for sale thread. I buy the stuff I want and keep most of it a long time. Collecting isn't about money to me unlike about 95% of the people in this hobby. Dont care what the monetary value is of this because I didn't buy it to resell it.

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#56 2019-09-01 3:03am

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

Awesome piece of history. Very cool.
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#57 2019-09-02 12:22pm

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

BRIAN HAYS wrote:

None of my stuff will ever go to Thailand. It wouldnt matter with this one though as they dont give a shit about anything newer than 1984 SE over there.

Im a collector, not a flipper. Not saying I havent sold anything of mine because all of us sell stuff to fuel the passion for a new different bike or part. Im just NOT one of those guys who post stuff to show it off as a baiting thread to generate interest in the soon to come for sale thread. I buy the stuff I want and keep most of it a long time. Collecting isn't about money to me unlike about 95% of the people in this hobby. Dont care what the monetary value is of this because I didn't buy it to resell it.

This.  I rarely sell things off that I buy, bike or otherwise unless it becomes of no need to me and I very much have to have the cash instead.  Last time I parted with a bike I just gave it away to a friend's son.


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#58 2019-09-04 2:07pm

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

Thanks guys.

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#59 2019-09-04 3:17pm

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

Was this found in the same stash as the 3 x NOS 85 PK's?










Jokes... fkn cool frame and story.

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#60 2019-09-04 5:16pm

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

TMS40 wrote:

Was this found in the same stash as the 3 x NOS 85 PK's?










Jokes... fkn cool frame and story.

I knew that was coming lol


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#61 2019-09-10 9:21am

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

Got my NOS Landing Gears today. There was a case of these found after SE closed.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/3408/20190910_1106245d77cd8b91.jpg
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https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/3408/20190910_1106075d77cd8b80.jpg


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#62 2019-09-10 9:45am

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Re: The very last PK Ripper frame to leave SE Racing America in 1999

NOS Blingy Chrome GOODNESS! cool

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