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Firebike Custom

Discussion in 'FRESH FINDS' started by nwt76, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. nwt76

    nwt76

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    Found this one on craigslist in Dallas, TX
    I've been looking at buying one of the fbr frames,
    got this one for the cost of the frame shipped
    and it's got a 7 speed Nexus. :mrgreen:

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  2. That frame is awesome! Love the lines of it.
     
  3. Xcruiser

    Xcruiser

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    First one if those ive seen,wow sweet frame
     
  4. nwt76

    nwt76

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    Had to have it, my early birthday present for the 10th.
    Last year I got a repop Luxury Liner this year new school. 8)
     
  5. Road Master

    Road Master

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    Good deal on the Firebike - I've looked at a few of their frames and they make some very unique stuff. Love the low profile of this one. I also noticed the bumper on the top tube where the triple tree will hit it - good thinking. Enjoy! Robert
     
  6. jerrykr

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    great looking frame. love the color too!
     
  7. scott brownsey

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    color is perfect sweet bike
     
  8. nwt76

    nwt76

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    Thanks guys, paint is sick and real candy. 8)
     
  9. SCHWINNRAY69

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    Wow, that's a cool frame! :shock:
     
  10. nwt76

    nwt76

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    Thanks guys for all the positive comments.
    Once I get done with my Higgins Rat that I'm building
    for the underground velo buildoff this one will get some
    much needed attention.
    I've got some antique white thick bricks,a brooks b135, and a few other little items to
    put this bike back into top shape.
    Need to buy some felt rims for it and it'll be rolling right. :mrgreen:
     
  11. Bodge Deep

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    That is a very cool bike. Love it
    The only thing I would say is that the kickstand is not good. It really interferes with the lines of the bike. Maybe one from the rear dropouts. The lines really sweep on that frame :D
     

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