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GREG_HANNA last won the day on September 12 2018

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  1. IHawk in the house. Glad to see you around! What you still have Pat?
  2. I wish Jon had been THE ONE! I see no regret or internal reflection on how another path could have been chosen, I don't know it just speaks volumes. I guess we are just different and have different priorities and passions about this hobby, the people in it, the quality of people we choose to surround ourselves with. As for sour grapes....NO, I'd much rather have Tom in this world, much more so than anything he owned. I've said my piece, done with this. FYI Jon did text me.....NOT ONCE has he expressed any condolence for the loss of a friend. Just his justification for what he was a part of.
  3. A FELLOW COLLECTOR (actually one the first collectors) passes away and it is an "opportunity of a lifetime" because the family does not have the knowledge?? I guess the real question is about being just "1 of 30" "hobbyists" that took advantage of a situation rather than being THE 1 that tried to be truly honorable and help. This could have been any one of us that passed suddenly......now, think about how you would feel about 1 of those 30 that seized upon your death as an opportunity. Tom was a friend and I was trying to give the family space to grieve before reaching out to offer advice. I shouldn't have expected more of this community than I assumed, I should have remembered vultures don't wait. Yes, I do blame myself as well!!!
  4. Hi Greg,


    I am having some difficulty determining whether this is an LRV, a Robinson, or one of those instances LRV frames Robinson used before starting RRG.  Any help would be appreciated greatly.  It is a nickel finish to boot!

    Thanks, and I hope this finds you well.






  5. Figured it out, its a 1984 MT Racing THE FOX model.
  6. Frame has serial number starting with AT84, purchased from Dale Sharp Bike Shop in Pinole Ca. Opens image gallery Mouse over to Zoom - Click to enlarge Mouse over to Zoom - Click to enlarge
  7. DAMMIT TOM!! I had a build planned and you literally just about stole it!! I have a survivor JMC same color and mint cond., but mine has Chrome fork. Was gonna build it almost identically right down to those Drillium hubs. It's OK though cause I would've never had the time to put mine together, so I'll just look at yours! Better pics of the hubs...I bet most of these fossils have never seen or heard of them. Do you know the story of why/how those hubs exist????
  8. Did you live in Midlothian or Markhem, used to come to the races with a friend who was black and a year or 2 older, and had a sister a couple years older?
  9. Don't have any Robinsons in the stable anymore, but I sure do like em. Your Number 031 is sure a nice low serial number find!!!
  10. Bump for Steve's registry. There are some pics serial numbers and weights in this thread. Also some who may still own theirs???? Curt weighed his wide loop with the top of the seat mast broke off....... 5lb 9oz.
  11. I believe, someone correct me if I'm wrong, that the higher quality SE complete bikes (JU, Pk, Quad, OM, Floval) were always referred to as "Killer" or "Killer Completes" or Killer Kits". I am pretty sure this description began in the late 70's and carried through.
  12. The early Free Agents are always interesting! Neat colors, nice decals, and quality race rigs! I LIKE IT!!
  13. Curt, Nice work with citing a powerplant prodigy, Smokey was a genius! I was going to interject the same info. regarding timing chains VS. gears or timing belts. Timing belts are also superior to chains in terms of keeping precise timing over longer periods of time. However, are more prone to catastrophic failure over the course of it's lifespan, which is the only reason it is recommended to change timing belts more frequently than timing chains. This not to say that timing chains never fail catastrophically, because they do as well. I have seen bicycle chains wear exceedingly quickly, when proper tension is not maintained or chain is not properly lubed. I have seen bicycle chains break. Perhaps belt drive can provide prolonged service intervals with less chance of catastrophic failure? I will enjoy following the evolution and eventual acceptance or rejection of the concept. Personally I like it, look how long it took the industry to adopt the Cook Uni-Clamp idea. I think the belt drive concept has taken longer, but it may be here to stay.
  14. So disappointing and sad. Such a young man with so much ahead of him! Prayers go out to his family and friends. I speak from experience and can attest that concussions are not an insignificant injury. At the age of 20 I suffered a severe concussion that put me in the hospital for 7 days, in all I was horizontal for just over a month. I could not get vertical without severe dizziness, blurry vision, nausea, and headaches. I also could not look at moving pictures or objects without the same symptoms. I can tell you that I was not the same person after that 1 injury. Personality changed, as I became less patient, more introverted, quiet, too serious, and less social with unfamiliar people or places. Parents sent me for therapy as I thought it was depression. I finally came to the realization that that concussion had to be at least be a component of what was happening to me and that I was not depressed just needed to be OK with me now. With what we now know about CTE........I cannot even begin to imagine what it must be like for someone who has had several.