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  1. USPS is not up to date very well with technology. UPS smokes them all as far as tracking,everything is scanned and uploaded via bluetooth when trailer hits the yard,package moves in building,trailer leaves yard,constant package tracking and server uploading FedEx flies all USPS Priority Mail, so thats why they move so well
  2. The 2008 debacle is not in question. It's the run of phony ta's that were made around 2003/2004 by the same players that really muddy the waters . :Special Salute: those were NOT marked and were passed off as left over "nos" 1986 skyway ta's. Also, rumblings of tubing going to the uk and down under to be welded into 1986 ta's Was not aware of the 03/04s. Thats a few years prior to my reintroduction. So to recap TAs were made 83, 84, 85 possibly 86, 2003/04, 2008 and 2012. Dude Im totally looking for the elusive 99 model. How about a 90
  3. Now this may very well be a "Real" 86 found NOS Frameset Jayoldman is pretty good at coming up with Grail BMX shizz- http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=180282
  4. Also let me throw this in here for evidential sake lol - The Raw Streetbeats sold at Ginny's around '07 Last year we sold about 200 Skyway Street Beat frame and forks. Coloredtuffs.com and Ginny's sold them.. Raw, NOS StreetBeats. Remember them. Same thing with those. They were in storage over at Skyway all of these years as well.
  5. Yeah, I wouldn't trust an 86 unless it was a True "Survivor" The 1st run of 150 "Anniversary" framesets were 86 leftover? tubing,supposedly to be stamped along side with 2008, this mentions some 86 tubing- According to Skyway's Jon Raudman, this is what would have been framesets from the 1986 production year. With freestyle becoming so popular at that time, Skyway strenthened the fork dropouts by omitting the cutouts. With so many people using the T/A still for freestyle use, this revision was made at that time. There are a few T/A's out there with this revision before Skyway "pulled the plug" and went full-on into Streat Beat production. The dropouts are exactly the same size on ALL production year T/A's, including these. are they at least marked 25th anniversary ????? The bottom bracket is stamped "2008", along with the original serial number, which is dated 1986.
  6. I'll see what I have saved through the years. I found the 85 stamped survivor everyone said there was no such bike. 86 stamped bb seems to make me think of Dirt Bros frames and the First Repro TA run of frame sets.
  7. Virginia L. 'Ginny' (Grimm) Rini, 67, of Patterson Township, died Sunday, May 27, 2012, in UPMC Presbyterian Hospital. Born Jan. 20, 1945, in Beaver Falls, she was a daughter of the late Jack and Catherine Grimm. She was a homemaker and the operator of Rini's Bicycle Shop. She was a member of Divine Mercy Parish, St. Mary's Church. She played Bocce at the LMBA Club and bowled at Sim's Lanes. She was a loving grandmother whose life revolved around her grandchildren, always living life to the fullest, always putting family and friends first. She is survived by her husband of 47 years, Joseph S. Rini, Patterson Township; a daughter, Lori A. Haddox and her husband, Thomas, New Brighton; a son, Joseph M. Rini and wife, Kirsten, Hinckley, OH; four grandchildren, whom she dearly loved, Cara and Gabe Haddox, Emily and Matthew Rini; one sister, who was also her best friend, Linda Ierace, Patterson Township; two special nieces, Erin Fusetti and her husband, Greg and Addy Frantz. Visitation will be Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. in the LUTTON CHIPPEWA FUNERAL HOME, 117 Blackhawk Road, www.luttonfuneralhome.com, where funeral prayers will be held on Friday at 9:20 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian burial at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Church with Father James Farnan officiating.
  8. Site Temporarily Unavailable The owner of this site has suffered an untimely death. The family is making every effort to ensure that orders/refunds will be processed correctly and in a timely manner. Your patience is greatly appreciated. Damn, I hate that, God Speed Ginni.
  9. Is that because I'm from Philly? And because I offered something I was selling a month and a half before getting any response - without even knowing if he was interested in it? I only ask because of the quoted "brotherly love" statement, and the fact that i posted on Tone's thread. If not, no worries but there should be no hard feelings, that I can see. I've never dealt with Tone before - so I don't know anything about him besides he's posted a ton of pics of rare bmx stuff that he owns or has owned. I may just be misunderstanding your "snake" comment on the WTB thread though, so...If that's not what you meant. - please disregard this response. No worries Matt, I said that on the wtb because people were trying to buy stuff that was offered to Tone.
  10. Yeah , forget about "brotherly love" I cant get shit when I need it, and have hooked up many around here
  11. Add Elf Zip Back Post Cooks Bars Cooks Squared Braced Layback Post Skyway Bars -fuckin a , I thouight I was special it's made me un-enthused to build much anymore.
  12. Fast forward 5 years and almost All of the mentioned parts here are now reprod' Alot of mia peeps too...
  13. What is this fuggars forum name?
  14. Nice , Looks different with that Cooks style brace. Laguna 101 was my 1st "real" bmx bike bitd. I Loved it! amnd I found a f/f to build one day..
  15. All "Orange" parts were Not made for "You're Patterson build"!!
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