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St Digger class 1

Discussion in 'MBBO 2018 BIKES - CLASS 1' started by krate-mayhem, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. krate-mayhem

    krate-mayhem

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    Hi all I am in the build off,looking for some parts for my project Street Digger.
     
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  2. krate-mayhem

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    Building my project around these forks.



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  3. rfeagleye

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    I'm diggin' that fork Dave! Let me know what you're looking for, I will see if I can help :D
     
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  4. OddJob

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    Welcome aboard the muscle bike train! Cool forks.
     
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  5. JNOACK

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    I love those forks!!
     
  6. LukeTheJoker

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    This will be cool!
     
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    Certainly a excellent choice on starting a build,the forks are awesome.
     
  8. Brian macumber

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    What did those forks come off of? Very cool
     
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  9. krate-mayhem

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    Hi a Colombia Mach 5 or 3 1969.[​IMG]


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  10. krate-mayhem

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    The frame I’m going to use.


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  11. krate-mayhem

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    Looking for some tires and wheels for the mock up.


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    Looking good Krate!
     
  13. Brian macumber

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    Nice frame haven't seen one with dropouts like that.
     
  14. ParkRNDL

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    Ok so wait... isn't that a wheelie bike?!? Very cool...
     
  15. krate-mayhem

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    Yes it is.


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    Wow...new on me. Hadn't seen the 'wheelie' bike before. Super cool :thumbsup:

    Jason
     
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    Looking forward to seeing this. Great fork / frame combination.
     
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  18. OddJob

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    +1 to all the above comments! My first look at a wheelie bike frame as well. That and the fork make a great combo. Hope you consider keeping the colors, they work well together.

    Can't wait to see which wheel/tire combo you add to the mix!
     
  19. Scribble

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    One of my favorite bikes ever
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  20. furyus

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    Never seen one of the before, interesting. One of the downfalls of being a Schwinn snob - one misses a lot of cool stuff.

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