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R the forks home made?

Discussion in 'BIKE TALK' started by barnbikes, May 11, 2012.

  1. barnbikes

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    If not who made them?

    For sale locally.

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  2. Vipon

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    they look like forks of an Eliminator. Pretty sure thats the bike they came from, I'm new at muscle bikes
     
  3. mos6502

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    I don't know who made them, but I'm positive they didn't come off of an eliminator. The pictured bike looks like it has/had 26" wheels, forks from a normal muscle bike wouldn't work. I think these are those forks people would order out of the back of comic books and the like.
     
  4. Michaels

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    I don't know about homemade or not but the steering geometry is kind of weird, the headstock needs to be angled a bit to steer nicely. Whole bike looks odd but could be a neat project to make it better!
     
  5. dragnusa

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    someone on here had posted an old ad a while back I think it was a wards ad that had where you could order all the chopper stuff for your bike
     
  6. SCHWINNRAY69

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    Looks like it came off a 70's Blue Streak :wink:
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  7. mikesbikes36

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    ram rod, king kat,fire cat ....murray made bikes i belive ....get em !!!
    that sissy bar is an old one also ....how much they askin ...id scoop it up if i was u !!!!
     
  8. Dorian

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  9. Michaels

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    Excellent link, those bring back memories of drooling on the comic ads, never got any of the good stuff but I did manage to get a rear slick when my back tire wore out!
     

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