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So leaving the states for 14 days and this will be waiting for me when I get home.

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So the wife and I are going to England tonight for 14 days to vist my dads family and luckily going to the MX2019 BMX show on Saturday(I will post pics when I’m back) any how this monster will be waiting for me at my brothers house. 1975 Graco MX1000 as seen here. Can’t wait to redo it and to top off the 54lb monster I will be taking the Tuff 1’s off and tossing on a set of Moto 1’s just to hit 65 lbs lol. I love the “ugly” look of it however I might do a complete restoration on it. Again I love the way she looks now but we will see. The stickers are very cool.

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wow... you are killing it with the constant come ups!

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Thanks Steve this is the set of Moro’s that are going to go on it. Going to pick the best lookin rear or of the two rears I have and rebuild it.

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Man, that is a bad ass bike.  I dig the way it looks now.  Even the Tuffs look cool on there. 

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On 8/8/2019 at 6:48 AM, TrulyOdd said:

Man, that is a bad ass bike.  I dig the way it looks now.  Even the Tuffs look cool on there. 

Yea I’m going to have to see what it looks like with my eyes before I do anything with it. 

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My quick review and notes as follows:

Yamaha Moto bike forks (I think) with upper crown mods and very cool fork leg FMF stickers.

XR75 front fender, with very cool mini truck sticker.

Rear shocks from a mid 70s 125 motocrosser, possibly BOGE shocks.

Homemade chain tensioner (maybe not, it does have aircraft lock nuts).

Oakley grips on ready to crack aluminum bars is perfect.

Well used overall 70s look is just right.

Oh and those motomags, why not?

 

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I would leave it just as is. It looks awesome with the Tuffs and its patina.

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Just picked it up from my brothers house and will build it up tomorrow.  I guy packed it in 2 boxes so we’re gonna see what I’m going to have to do to put her back together lol

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9 hours ago, larsvegas43 said:

I would leave it just as is. It looks awesome with the Tuffs and its patina.

The guy told me that he put the tuffs on it to sell it, because when he got it it had no wheels. With that said I am not against leaving it as is

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 Just picked up the two boxes 

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Boy this will be fun. I mean I’ve seen some crazy packing but come on already lol guess I’ll get to know this bike very well lol

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Man, that’s a serious pack job. :D

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