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brycebarker last won the day on April 30 2017

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  1. Just saw this post. Congrats Brian that is an awesome score! Love the parts and color combo. So glad you were able to get that post out. That must have been stressful as hell! My dad used a thicker wall seat tube than most, then after welding he would hand ream the post to clear any weld drop through. Seat posts Always were tight in Prodyne frames. That is how his seat post was able to clamp with such a narrow slit. They would bottom out on most frames with sloppy seat posts. Really glad you got it though. I also did the same as you and bought a pair of Landing Gear for a lot only to find them too short. Do I leave them og and not use them, or extend them? I have been pondering this for 3 years now and haven't done anything. I also have a set of Tange that I will more than likely be running. Does your frame have a serial number by chance? Congrats again and welcome to the Prodyne family!
  2. I never knew the exact amount. My best guess would have been a couple hundred at the most.
  3. I am pretty sure that Scott Clark in the Bear pic is riding a JMC but don't think the fork is. The spindle looks in line with the fork legs. Cool Pic! I remember this pic from when I was a kid. Thanks Steve.
  4. Larry Barker drove this car for a few years in the 60's. Won a big one at Riverside in 67!
  5. Didn't know the adult Lonnie, but I remember hanging around him at Azusa NBL and he was a cool fun lovin' guy! His mom Jeannie was involved in some aspect at one of the Azusa tracks in '80 or so. Sad news . RIP Lonnnie Tatton.
  6. The next logical step in your program would be every color rim with every other color hub. Then we could move to say Shimano high flange, every color with every other color 7B,7C, 7X. Campy, etc...
  7. Sick bikes! Were were Panda frames made?
  8. Yep that is so cool. Harry has been training big time since last year and turned in his Supercross for a new GHP . All three dudes have been cookin'.
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