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  1. Well, the fork crown is not tapered and redline moved to Chatsworth towards the end of 1977. The fork tubes are 1/2 inch past the dropouts so I don’t really consider them long tubes. I’m putting them on a 76/77 frame so that’s why I would like to think they are that.
  2. Sorry, no. I’m going to hang onto it for awhile.
  3. Looks like it’s coming along great. Can’t wait to see it completed
  4. I like to think of mine as late 76 early 77
  5. Here’s a pair of mine. Haven’t cleaned these yet but here you go : )
  6. Ouch! That really sucks. I’m sure you’ll get it all squared away. Good luck
  7. Cool, thanks for the SE history lesson. Can never learn to much about SE
  8. Could a person buy a LG fork separate bitd ? Just out of curiosity. Not saying it would be wrong to use them, I think it’s good to use what you like. That’s how it’s done on race bikes.
  9. That bike is sweet! That brake lever is hard to find I’ve been looking for one for awhile. Nice!
  10. The N on the decals remind me of schwinn. I found these on a 86 schwinn team sting. Owner says there Anlun. The one in the mag ad looks like it has a pinch bolt though.
  11. Just to keep it interesting I’ll say S&S power cranks.
  12. Short gusset behind seat stay, diamond rear dropouts, brake bridge and absence of weld seam on bracing between b/b and chain stays. It’s a 1978 race inc made frame.
  13. Whoa, those came out really nice. Is that paint or powder.
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