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1986 Boss Pro

#1 2007-05-06 3:14pm

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1986 Boss Pro

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1986 Boss Pro

this is my Boss i picked up sticked as a Redline
has no rust and has been in a shed
for 15 years collecting dust

this Boss is now striped and sitting in acid and ready for the new stickers to go on
have got some profile cranks to go on it and starting to hunt the blue ano stuff to finish it off
will redit when completed
got the stickers on and am now ready to bulid it up
well i have got
NOS blue 7x Arayas
NOS gold suzie hubs
boss chair ring
boss stem got for $10 so the profile goes on the pk
blue profile hopup kit
blue gumwalls
chrome layback
suntour seat clamp
Boss pro bars 
still some bits to go



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#2 2007-05-06 4:52pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Nice bike. Gotta love the prolines. And the chrome still looks nice and  clean on this one.


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#3 2007-05-07 10:00pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

I hate to tell you this... very nice bike, I don't know what it is, but it's not a Redline.

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#4 2007-05-07 10:22pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

that is deffenitly a Boss. check the museum. it is an early one...

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#5 2007-05-20 2:59am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

yer thanks guys i wasnt sure if it had gone on the museum as i posted it b4 i found out it is a mid 80's boss pro
got the stickers for it and will post some pics of it back to its bossy self
thanks guys Cressy

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#6 2007-05-21 5:52pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Coolness on the next level :cool:


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#7 2007-06-23 2:51am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

stickers all done now for the rims and hubs


cressy

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#8 2007-06-23 3:58am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Very nice and clean frame,i am thinking why would someone mess with a boss frame and but redline stickers.just go buy a redline,LOL


U.S Boss for life! I sell new school bmx parts,look me up for your needs
Im looking for a black cal lite scoprion frame pad.Looking for hutch alum hub/hubs set.20.1x75 comp 4 tire

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#9 2007-06-23 5:36am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

yer its got me stuffed

cressy

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#10 2007-06-23 7:08am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

have you seen my unrestored boss pro model that i use to race. need to finish putting a few parts BACK on it.there is a picture on here of it


U.S Boss for life! I sell new school bmx parts,look me up for your needs
Im looking for a black cal lite scoprion frame pad.Looking for hutch alum hub/hubs set.20.1x75 comp 4 tire

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#11 2007-06-24 9:08pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

nup can u put a link 4 me to check it out

hey u dont have a boss handle bars for sale ???

Cressy

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#12 2007-09-24 9:47pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Cressy,

How's this thing coming along?  Any progress photos?

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#13 2007-09-25 12:16am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

yer been collecting bit
got handle bars and spider
got NOS araya 7x's
got nos AME grips
profile cranks
NOS gold suzie h/f hubs
gum walls blue or yellow cant choose

still got to get a blue tuff neck or profile stem
blue seat and clamp and a anno blue fluted seat pole

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b23/resto64/IMG_8816.jpg
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b23/resto64/IMG_8818.jpg
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#14 2007-09-25 5:45am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Very nice.  Looks like you've dropped a bit of cash.  Can't wait to see it all put together.  I've got a similar f/f that I'm in the process of restoring; however, the components are probably a notch below yours...no offense to the Redline guys.  Keep up the great work!  Great bars, btw.  Not sure why I never picked-up a pair.

Here's mine...right out of storage.  I still have quite a bit of polising to do...

http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/cc173/whelenpics/Boss005.jpg

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#15 2007-09-25 6:04pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Cressy,

Just saw these on Ebay.  Might be nice for your build...

http://cgi.ebay.com/Old-School-BMX-Blue … dZViewItem

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#16 2007-09-25 10:51pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

thanks mate
us only bugger it

cressy

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#17 2008-01-16 5:06pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

bit of a update

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#18 2008-04-24 4:53am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

got a bit of a score
got this for $10 from a guy it was just sitting in his shed
it was meant to be i think as u just dont see  this stuff in oz
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b23/resto64/IMG_0039.jpg
this will fininsh the bike of nice

cressy

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#19 2008-05-16 9:18pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

now got seat

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#20 2008-05-28 4:46pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

nices boss i've ever seen


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#21 2008-08-28 12:14am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

update

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b23/resto64/001-10.jpg
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b23/resto64/002-11.jpg
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#22 2008-08-28 12:48am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Very Nice, Looks Great.:)

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#23 2008-08-28 2:57am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Looking good...Love those Boss cranks and spider..;)


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#24 2008-08-28 11:54am

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

Nice!!!!

Now let me have it! :)

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#25 2009-06-23 1:45pm

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Re: 1986 Boss Pro

f-ing nice, man!   

I recently polished up my old 88 Boss Pro that I used to race bitd, but a couple of my stickers are in bad shape, so I have a question for you - where did you get your stickers?!!?

and I've got to tell you i'm kicking myself for going with the flite cranks over the boss cranks way back when... don't get me wrong, the redlines have never failed me and with the sealed bb they still feel, 20 years later, exactly the same way they did when I first brought them home... but the boss cranks are sweet and really, with a boss f&f you ought to have boss bars and boss cranks... i mean, i wouldn't have put gt cranks on a redline, but i put redline cranks on a boss!!  ahhhh oh well


You over-rotated

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