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I am not sure, if I have them they are buried somewhere. If I find them one day I will let you know, sorry I cant be of more help
That would be Doug Luden's old bike I would guess. He was a long time racer/pro and announcer at NBL Nationals. A NJ racer I believe. He rose to fame while I was out west.Pretty sure him and Joey Licata (Answer) both were Jersey Boys. But since Mike Flaherty (Atomic) was a Maryland guy I always forget if anyone else was.
Paid. Now to find the decals. If I do will post on my CYC site.
If decals are original its not an early early fork but a Thruster 2 fork. The Thruster 2 if I remember correctly was a smaller frameset. Just may want to look into a bit more.Ok according to my site the Thruster 2 must have come out Spring of '79 as the earliest ad I have for it is from June of 79. Again my sites are for fun and not scientifically verified.http://thrusterbmx.wordpress.com/category/1979/
Hard to tell from that picture but that may be a first generation plate. We originally designed them for CW bars. But the first team I got to run the plate was Boss at the NBL Grands. But they looked goofy on their bars so I hand cut all the plates at the top corners.Thats why on the decal the triangle is cut off. But for our next batch of plates we had the mold changed to match the plate size I was hand cutting.
I say not a Rhino. I had a Rhino BITD and they had unique down tubes with an indentation and better welds. I say this is a taiwan copy.
DIBS and Paid, thanks
Thanks I will see you Saturday!
No the bottom of the down tube has weep holes.I'm told they are too large to be ELF weep holes making them Specialized bars.They were on a department store bike but these are no department store bars lol.
Let me go measure 10" tall and 12" wide at widest point. They are neoprene so they stretch.I tried to get them on and couldnt but im 5 11 and a runner so I got big calfs.I could get them started but couldnt get them to zip.The zippers do work. I never owned a set before so not sure if Im doing somethign wrong lol Im not even sure which is top or bottom. If you have an old set to compare sizes let me know.If you decide you want them just shoot me an offer.
Buyer never showed up.SoCal buyers can pick it up for just $80!!!
Leg inseam is 32" and out seam is 39"
They have a inseam measured from crotch to bottom of leg cuff @30 inches
OMG there are just one common size for all 4130 frames.Im just not gonna sell it lol.
Entirely possible, but this seat clamp was on a traditional 4130 frame. I think it was a Redline 720 or something like that. Or it came on my Cyclecraft lol cant remember. But its traditional size. I have someone here in SoCal that was supposed to stop buy and pick it up but he hasnt yet.If it helps I can take a picture of it on one of my frames.
Got it, thanks. Will ship it Saturday Priority Mail.
I dont know whatever regular frames are. It was found on let me think back, either a Redline 720 or maybe it was a Cyclecraft. It will fit any normal 80s or 90s 4130 BMX bike.Wasnt on a PK Ripper or some oversized AL frame.Maybe someone can tell you the MM size in BMX ID or Restoration forums. You must be a new schooler lol. I dont think old school clamps were ever sold in mm or even size since almost all 4130 bikes used the same size. I think only Schwinn and maybe someone else had to be different lol.
Its no longer for sale. But I cant see anyway to delete the sale item or edit prices etc.It is BTW CJ8 I already tossed all the parts in the trash but the frame.
I looked all it says is "Forged Japan"Its for old school type 4130 frames. Not for modern Aluminum.
Im not sure to be honest. I can tell you it was on a Diamond Back Reactor 4130 frame from like 1990.I think the DK clamp was on a old Cyclecraft.
Yeah probably could ride it as is but I wouldnt. That would just make it worse.What I was gonna do was simply put a latex glove or condom over the spindle then put the JB weld in at the corners just a lil bit. Then insert and tighten down the crankThen let it set for a minute then undoLet it cure overnight and sand with a file as needed.
Yes. I will take more pictures of the spindle area in the next couple days.
Is it a reg Jag or Team Jag
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