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Brian Hays

Busy build Saturday. JMC, Race Inc, Quadangle

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Built three bikes saturday

Rebuilt the JMC DY replacing all the gold parts with silver/chrome parts: rims, cranks, sprocket, pedals, stem, caliper and lever.

I've had the Quad frame set for most of the last twelve plus years ( sold it and bought it back, luckily) and have never built it. One year only color and one of only two known in collectors hands in this color. Some of you may recognize it as I got it from member pjcruiser.

Last is my Foiler top tube Race Inc RA7. I bought this about 14 years ago as a complete survivor. Times got tough and I was forced to sell. It went through three owners and when I finally was able to get it back, it was just the frame and fork. I've owned the Quad and Race Inc frame sets longer than anything else I own.

 

1984 JMC Darrell Young serial DY84128 sold to TIP on 4/3/84. Original finish frame, fork, DY bars. The down tube decals and head tube decal are original. I got the seat tube decal, fork decals, and both hbar decals from Carla at JMCBMX.com. Frame, forks, headset and bars came from Zack. Thanks again!!
1984 DY frame, fork, bars
Ame bubble font Rounds
Tuf Neck tiger stamped
Tioga Beartrap 2 headset
SE Racing seat post
Cycle Pro Shotgun 2 seat
Araya 7X polished rims 20x1.75 rims
Suzue hubs
Shimano 16t freewheel
Izumi chain
Dia Compe MX1000 and Tech 3 lever
New brake cable
Cheng Shin 2.125 and 1 75 skinwall Comp 3 (real 80s tires)
Redline 175mm Flite full wrap single pinch cranks

Redline 44t sprocket

Shimano DX pedals

Dia Compe cable clamps

All original finishes on everything. Every part cleaned and deteiled as I always do. Repacked the hubs, BB, and headset.

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1979 Race Inc RA7 with Foiler top tube and Race Inc serial number. ALL original finish and decals.

1979 Race Inc RA7 frame. OG paint and decals with Foiler top tube.

Race Inc leading axle forks. OG paint and decals. Frame and fork og to each other.
 
Hatta headset
Suntour stem
Race Inc tall bars
Ame Tri bubble font grips
Dia Compe Tech 3 lever
SE Racing chromoly seat post
Xcaliber seat post clamp
Cycle Pro Shotgun 2 seat
Dia Compe 1020 caliper
Dia Compe brake pads
Izumi chain
Shimano 16t freewheel
Araya 7X polished rims 1.75 36h
Sunshine hubs
Kenda 20x2.125 and 1.75 Comp 3 skinwall tires and tubes
SR 170mm three piece cranks
Takagi 44t sprocket
Takagi chainring bolts
Sugino looseball BB
Shimano DX pedals
 
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1997 Alloy Quad in rare one year only color. Original finish and decals.

1997 Quad frame

Landing Gear fork

Chris King headset
Stem Lock
DK stem
SE pro bars
ATI Links grips
Odyssey lever
TNT seat post clamp
Kalin micro adjust post
SE seat by Velo
Araya 20x1.5 chrome Araya 7X rims
DK sealed hubs
Dicta 16T freewheel
Izumi 1/8" chain
Comp 3 tires. Rainbow label 20x2.125 and 1.75.
New tubes
Primo pro pedals
Technique 176mm pinchless cranks
Technique looseball square tapered bottom bracket
Tektro brake arms and pads
 
 
 

 

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Those are all dope, love the Race Inc especially. Nice work Brian!

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Race Inc and Quad look good. The JMC came alive with the parts swap for me. Was nice before but now is perfect. 

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Absolutely stunning Brian.

The JMC Darrell Young... A friend of mine has his original red one in the UK. When he was living here in NZ, I took it for a short ride. It felt like 100 miles per hour. So well balanced, and just plain quick. Probably one of, if not the, best geometry frames I have ever ridden.

You're a top level builder, thats for sure.

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man... looking real good on each one. These are nice... real nice.

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Great builds Brian! Love them all! 

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Thanks everyone. I love the way they turned out.

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Heck yeah, those are some nice bikes Brian.  It would be a difficult choice, but if I had to choose only one dI think I'd have to grab the DY.  I've always liked the look of the red JMC DY frames and having never owned one, seeing this beauty kind of makes me want to find one.:cheers:

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