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#1326 2019-10-06 2:24pm

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Re: your favorite mid school race parts

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Here are some of my spare brakes.   All vintage items.   
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 15e70.jpeg

Nice stash mate. If you wanna move that blue Pitbull lemme know.

Hi Rick. Have them brakes earmarked for this build if I get my crap organised and get it bolted together, lol. If it isn't going to get built i will let you know.


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#1327 2019-10-06 2:25pm

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#1328 2019-10-06 2:35pm

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Re: your favorite mid school race parts

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bullseyejunkie wrote:

Here are some of my spare brakes.   All vintage items.   
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 15e70.jpeg

Those Paul’s are awesome.

Hey Mike, great to hear from you. 
Yeah them old stoplights are pretty cool.
Did you ever get your McMahon built. 
Mine is just about done.


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#1329 2019-10-06 2:36pm

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#1330 2019-10-06 2:55pm

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Re: your favorite mid school race parts

bullseyejunkie wrote:

MonocoqueMike wrote:

bullseyejunkie wrote:

Here are some of my spare brakes.   All vintage items.   
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 15e70.jpeg

Those Paul’s are awesome.

Hey Mike, great to hear from you. 
Yeah them old stoplights are pretty cool.
Did you ever get your McMahon built. 
Mine is just about done.

That looks great! I started to build it. I was going to put a pair of blue technique cranks on there and they would hit the chainstays, so I put it on the back burner and never started building it again. That’s one thing that sucks about how different every mid school frame is. Certain parts won’t work on certain frames.


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#1331 2019-10-06 5:30pm

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Re: your favorite mid school race parts

MonocoqueMike wrote:

bullseyejunkie wrote:

MonocoqueMike wrote:


Those Paul’s are awesome.

Hey Mike, great to hear from you. 
Yeah them old stoplights are pretty cool.
Did you ever get your McMahon built. 
Mine is just about done.

That looks great! I started to build it. I was going to put a pair of blue technique cranks on there and they would hit the chainstays, so I put it on the back burner and never started building it again. That’s one thing that sucks about how different every mid school frame is. Certain parts won’t work on certain frames.

I did exactly the same thing when I got mine, though the Technique cranks would look perfect for this frame and only to find out like you that they don’t work.  Got a set of Jads on it now and they work fine but I’m thinking I might swap the out for something a bit crazy as I have a cool set of D.A.R.T cranks.


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#1332 2019-10-06 6:21pm

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Re: your favorite mid school race parts

bullseyejunkie wrote:

MonocoqueMike wrote:

bullseyejunkie wrote:


Hey Mike, great to hear from you. 
Yeah them old stoplights are pretty cool.
Did you ever get your McMahon built. 
Mine is just about done.

That looks great! I started to build it. I was going to put a pair of blue technique cranks on there and they would hit the chainstays, so I put it on the back burner and never started building it again. That’s one thing that sucks about how different every mid school frame is. Certain parts won’t work on certain frames.

I did exactly the same thing when I got mine, though the Technique cranks would look perfect for this frame and only to find out like you that they don’t work.  Got a set of Jads on it now and they work fine but I’m thinking I might swap the out for something a bit crazy as I have a cool set of D.A.R.T cranks.

I’m thinking about running some washers to space them out so they would work, but I never got around to trying it.


It's all in the Technique...

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#1333 2019-10-28 7:15am

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Re: your favorite mid school race parts

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DPNY wrote:

Pitbulls came out in 88 so they be at the end of old school and in to mid School

Pitbulls came out earlier than 88. I have a white one that was stock to a TA built in 86. Has different script, than I've seen on any others. Skinny cursive letters.

The first ad I can find for them is in mid-88, and I’ve never seen a picture of anyone riding them before that...


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#1334 2019-10-28 8:06am

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Cool older Paul Motolite.

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