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Author:  vegan [ Wed Dec 06, 2006 5:06 pm ]
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Hey guys, 1st post on here, thought I'd make it a challenging one

I have just bought a nice frame and forks from Australia - A Crossrider Pro in chrome:

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I need some help with the decal set, I've got the pads sorted in blue - just need the decals now - anyone remember these, or have one?

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Author:  Stick Legs [ Wed Dec 06, 2006 6:20 pm ]
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8) Never seen one of those before! Looking good though!

Author:  vegan [ Wed Dec 06, 2006 6:25 pm ]
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Yeah, just gotta wait 10 weeks for it to arrive

i don't mind the wait, it cut the postage cost in half ;)

Author:  stevet1 [ Mon Dec 11, 2006 9:42 am ]
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That looks sweet. As someone who missed out on BMX the first time around (damn you parents a Raleigh Grifter is NOT A BMX) I'm always amazed how thin the tubing was back then compared to todays frames. Riders must have been a whole lot smoother :D

Author:  vegan [ Mon Dec 11, 2006 4:41 pm ]
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Yeah - I really don't like modern BMX frames - functional as they are I don't think they have any class at all

Author:  gaf16 [ Mon Dec 18, 2006 6:17 pm ]
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nice ride.
gil-m on this forum will do the decals, if you have something for him to work from.

Author:  vegan [ Mon Dec 18, 2006 7:07 pm ]
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I have some on a picture of a bike but i suppose they'd need to be scanned in

Author:  vegan [ Sun Mar 04, 2007 12:34 pm ]
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Finished but for pads and decals ;)

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Spec list:

Crossrider Pro chrome frame
Tange TRX forks
NOS Sumo rims
NOS Cheng Shin skinwall tyres
NOS Hatta MX-100 headset
NOS Sugino shaped stem
NOS Kusuki Win V-Bars
NOS OGK Hex grips
NOS Dia Compe MX-1000 calipers
NOS Dia Compe Pre bent levers and cables
NOS Suntour seat clamp
NOS Tange Cr-Mo seat post
NOS Elina Flyte-Tech seat
NOS Sugino Cr-Mo one piece crank
NOS Sugino spider and bolts
NOS Sugino 42T Chain ring
NOS Tange bottom bracket
NOS Custom M pedals

Whole thing stands me at £540 all in from start to finish

;)

Author:  heathy [ Tue Apr 03, 2007 9:08 pm ]
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Geeeezzzzz :shock: :D You sure went to town on the photo's
Not that im moaning tho they're great, you really know how to build a bike.

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