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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:48 pm 
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Agree fancy pads, but I have never seen it

Maglites will go on a on going Klein project


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mkozaczek wrote:
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Grafton only made maglites in silver and black.


Black only actually...


My mistake I was going off memory :oops:


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 10:33 am 
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nice Grafton thread including mr. Grafton himself here


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When did Grafton change the fittings for holding the brake blocks, on the Speed contollers and the Maglites....?
The pics above, im sorry to say make them look less like Grafton and more like a far east copy like Tektro.


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Anybody Know......?


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L brackets were for the older threaded blocks right? More BMX style...

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jonrock wrote:
L brackets were for the older threaded blocks right? More BMX style...

J


A shame really Tbh. I wonder what year that happened.


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Anybody Know......?


I do, yes.


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Anybody Know......?


I do, yes.


Congratulations.


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I do, yes.


Congratulations.


Trying to find pics to do a small write-up


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