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Gotta love when your customers do your advertising for ya. All thanks and positive vibes to ya Pharv
Sold 5 years ago, honestly couldn't tell ya.
If it uses a 26.4 post, yes.
The M6 serial is a very early Pro Stock serial, not USA production.
Hot damn. Next to the word 'Grail' in the dictionary, there's a pic of the Predator Aero.
Accepting offers for trades as listed. I feel these are very fairly priced, especially considering I'm paying shipping...
Afraid not, getting out of the hobby and blowing most everything out.
XXL is 21.75" however- the XL was the 21.25" TT. Matt had his race frames custom made for him with the longer TT and it eventually made it into production as an option on the 2000-01 models.
Edited to reflect only blue still available.
Put "FSA/ GT Show bearings" in the tile and they'll go in a heartbeat. Same bearings, and those guys are desperate, but don't always know about these cranks
The funny thing about that recall- the official documentation says the frame will have date code 4008... which would have been the 400th day of the year lol.
Bottom set sold.
Actual length of the steertube? MM is fine, I can do math lol.
Since you're in-state, best I could do is $60 shipped, bars only. They're too nice to just give them away
Canadia? Call it $25 and I'll refund any difference? I know a headset is about $13...
PM's didn't come with forks after '98, sold frame only Lusty.
Sorta. These appear to have the regular round tubing, and look a lot like the bars on Poulson's Sting in the 1984 catalog, but the Aero bars in the back of the catalog are made of teardrop tubing. These also appear to have a lot more sweep than the bars on that bike
Wow, rare bird there
Killer deal here kiddies...
Yes I was asleep and put the rear lever on the left. Crappy day all around.
Yup, both brochures are "1997" models, just interesting that the photos used in the '96 print are the later frames, the '97 print are earlier frames. There have been some Pro Stock frames popping up with serials putting them as early as July 96, so it looks like the 1997 models just rolled out a little early.
It's for canti or center-pull front brakes if you don't have a stem that the cable goes through, like early MTB's with bullmoose bars, similair to this but different model:
http://fcdn.mtbr.com/attachments/vintag … g_5593.jpg
Dibseys. PM sent.
Add at lest one 24" Proto like yours with the solid chainstay bridge. Also you can now add '96 PRO with the 20" TT, and at least one '96 20" with the extruded stay must have been made as it's in the brochure with the 1996 copyright date (and/or serial are model year not calendar, which I don;t think is the case) still lots of room for this list to grow
I know there's a 24" Proto for the 2000 Pohlkamp (24") out there, but I don't know how much it might different from production models.
You had to do this after I swear off 20" bikes again
If it helps- if its not stamped 28.6 it's 1"
Steal for those who need one. Sting, King Sting, SX2000, SX1000, Comp Scrambler. Basically all the hand-braised cromo Schwinns of the era
Way ahead of ya. Selling it to finance finishing that little project
Got it from a fellow member a year or two ago. Really don't want to let it go, it's irreplaceable, but real life happens and sometimes we have to narrow the breadth of our lusts
He dibsies he buysies my Precious
Old school FRAMES yes. But it is for threadless forks
Heavy duty as in for 3/16" mid-school fat chains?
Nice looking fork- what's the length of the steer tube?
Yeah, I'm wondering if maybe the XS3, as it had the shorter TT, might have also had a 1" HT. Who knows. Haven't run across this early style etched however.
It's on it's way to me me me me me
Well that makes 3 I'd be curious about your build date in the serial just for grins.
Someone stole my idea lol. Seen a few folks selling the 26's over here, but the 24's were a PITA.
Still available These are the regular BMX hubs, not the 4x4.
My first bike... and the most complete one I've seen since 1978 or so when I started pulling the bits off.
I tip my hat to anyone who knows, but to my eye the diagonal brace on top of the crossbar looks smaller than the Dyno bars, and they're very thick-walled, which is why I think they are steel bars from a 'better than department store, but not top-of-the-line' bike rather than 4130. And the rise also looks to be lower
These are beautiful 50% lighter that my existing bolts and arrived FAST!. Ossum opossum all the way around.
These have the Sugino script like the red and blue ones?
In stock in both silver and black.
Silver available soon
Yup they'd be a spectacular choice for a mini. I had them on a Hemi 24, but I was on the wrong side of 275 back then and they'd flex if I put all my weight on both cranks. A normal human? Perfect.
Well, on my silly phone, but here's a catalog I picked up because it had these in it. If I remember correctly it was 96.
Mid 90's. Sold as BMX, Roadie and MTB (with third set of inner ring holes). Beautiful machining on these, miss my set. I should have a catalog scan at home for ya if they haven't sold when I get back
Black or dark blue?
Just a genealogical note on the 'official' Campy BMX hubs. Basically they are the Gran Sport Nuovo Tipo (New Type, 1968) hubs with special axles. As the box in the pic denotes "Pista" got you the Track axles, "BMX" denoted the slightly shorter axle width and standard freewheel threading (and/or blue or gold anno, but silver was available). These hubs are a hybrid of the early (1958-early 80's) Record hubs with the oil hole deleted and used the freewheel threading of the standard hubs rather than the lock ring threading of a SS. The silver version is IDENTICAL to the Gran Sport hub if you use the correct axles and is a back door way into as inexpensive a Campy hub as it gets (low flange GS hubs don't bring a ton of money).
Note that the early Record/GS/BMX rear hubs use the same 1/4" rear bearings as the later C-Record hubs which replaced them, however the front hubs use 3/16" bearings x10 rather than the 7/16" x9 of the C-Record. Front dust caps, bearings and cones are NOT interchangeable between he two. Rear bearings and cones are, dust caps are not (though C-Record cones were likely finished to a higher standard).
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