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HUTCHHOUND

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  1. Mark, I paid $400 for nos levers, I needed them at the time for my gold trickstar before Rockford. I would never pay that much again, unless I had too lol.. I have 2 used front levers. If you can find the match you can one of them for free. Rob-
  2. The grips I sent you were the right ones?
  3. It came together really good Tom Rob-
  4. I don't know what you are trying to say, but the Rockford show is ran very well. I'm just saying if you havnt been to Rockford you shouldn't comment. All is good Steve, why don't you have your bikes in this boty, you have some nice rides
  5. That's what I was thinking when I read post #13
  6. J.T I have really learned to like your collection more and more. Keep up the good work Rob-
  7. Hey Woody, Is this the "special project" you bought the VDC bars from me was for? That's a real peice of bmx/freestyle history for sure. Rob-
  8. I agree with you. Restore it , keep it O.G what ever, as long as it's what you wanted it to look like when you are done with it . It's funny how so many people changed since I started collecting ( of course people mature, I get that). Before it was restore it as you wanted it bitd and now if someone posts a restored bike the O.G police ( which these guys are the same ones that made me want to get into restoring the bikes that I wanted bitd.) come out of the woodwork and tell them they shouldn't have done it. The history of the bike is still there, just the scratches and dents are gone. I do agree some bikes should not be restored, and do like that members are swaping with other members to preserve these bikes and parts. But if some one posts a bike that they couldn't have bitd and they are proud of it, maybe say nice bike, good job. Not "I can't beleive you did that to an original finish, why would you do that". People post pics to share the bike they built and are proud of what they built. It is what it is. Rob-
  9. This is my first build in 2005. I agree Tom, great thread
  10. The frame set looks great, Chip did an outstanding job on it. Please post pics when you finish it. At the end of the day it's your bike, if you want to make it look it did when you got it,then do it. I do like what's been going on around here, trading frames with other members that don't realy need a restore. Rob-
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