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The Toothpick Tracker

Discussion in 'RR KID BIKE BUILD OFF' started by oldgreenbean, Feb 25, 2008.

  1. oldgreenbean

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    OK,I'm in! Here is my entry.It's just how I got it at swapmeet this weekend.I paid $25 for it.I was already thinking about a mini boardtracker.That's why I bought it anyway. I am not really a Schwinn guy,but this should work fine.
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  2. sensor

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    nice! cant wait to see it! btw you gonna use those forks?
     
  3. Markm

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    cool!!
     
  4. oldgreenbean

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    Not sure if I will use the forks or not.I do want a springer look.I might sell em or modify em.
     
  5. sensor

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    personally id use them(but if ya dont and you do want to sell how much?) theyve got alot of possibilities!
     
  6. Markm

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    ...find a set off of a BFK... :wink:
     
  7. sensor

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    didnt the bfks come with springers though?
     
  8. Markm

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    ...sorry...was talkin to OGB.. :D
     
  9. sensor

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    np!
    i mis-read anyhow....... i thought he said he didnt want the springer look :oops:
     
  10. karfer67

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    wow cool bike make sure it is not a 63 1/2 before you rip into it too bad. it looks like an early frame but then again i am no stingray expert
     
  11. oldgreenbean

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    Well someone better tell me fast! I was going to cut on it today.If it is too rare,I will not do it.This is why I do not like schwinn bikes.It just seems like those guys take the fun out.VW buses run my everyday life & I do not need another hobby like that. I would hate to ruin a bike that someone really wants.I can use another if I need.When I cut My MK1 Raleigh Chopper,I knew I wanted to do it.I had thought about i for years.Let me know THANX!!!!!OGB
     
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  13. rustymotors

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    It is not a 63-64 bike. It has the wrong seat post clamp, and crank. Also the wheels are s-7's all the way around. The stem (neck) is the type used on schwinn typhoons and Jr's in the 1970's. SSSOOOOO Get to choppin' and post some picks :mrgreen:
     
  14. oldgreenbean

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    THANX!!! rustymotors,Will do!
     
  15. oldgreenbean

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    I was working on the Toothpick Tracker tonight.Got most of the metal work done.Ground off the sissy bar eyelets,cut of the kickstand,& the chain guard mounts.Also made a tank plate.
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  16. sensor

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    muahahaha! yet another one that should go to the schwinn forum :shock:
    looks good so far :mrgreen:
     
  17. TheFlyingDingo

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    OHHHH i get it...its a board tracker but with tooth...nevermind
     

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