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1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

#1 2007-05-26 7:40pm

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1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

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1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

My 20" runner

Mostly original elf parts including original elf wheels, elf oversized seat post, primo seat, elf blast bars, 175mm primo cranks and tenderizer pedals, dk stem shimano brakes, tuff-nek chainwheel and original set of elf pads. I still have the original parts it was manufactured with.


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#2 2007-05-28 9:35pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

You know I love this color!

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#3 2007-06-05 10:49pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

SOO you were the one that outbid me on ebay ! Well congrats , its a nice bike that could be stunning with a good cleanup and some TLC. What will you be selling? Parts or frame and fork? I am always interested.


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#4 2007-06-16 7:30pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

I'm not too sure anymore, I just finished my 1993 24" Doublecross cruiser but it's kind of hard for me to do anything except take it for a cruise cause it's so big. So now I'm thinking of keeping the 20" (which I still havn't received yet) depending on it's condition and selling my 24" cruiser. Decisions, Decisions.


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#5 2007-06-18 3:56pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

You still havent recieved this bike? That happened to me 2 months ago. I got a doublecross 20 in f/f on ebay and the guy jerked me. Son of a biotch !!!


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#6 2007-06-18 7:52pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

He emailed me today and gave me a tracking # so hopefully I'll get it sometime this week he said he was out of town and trusted a friend to ship it who obviously didn't.  He;s gonna refund me the shipping cost to and so far he's been true to his word, only time will tell.


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#7 2007-06-19 5:44am

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

ORION_247 wrote:

I'm not too sure anymore, I just finished my 1993 24" Doublecross cruiser but it's kind of hard for me to do anything except take it for a cruise cause it's so big. So now I'm thinking of keeping the 20" (which I still havn't received yet) depending on it's condition and selling my 24" cruiser. Decisions, Decisions.

I sold my 24 inch Fatboy cruiser because it was hard for me to do much on it except cruise and ride trails and jumping was difficult. So I sold it and told the wife "I gotta get a 20 inch bike". Cruisers are cool- keep it because 24" ELF's aren't easy to come by.

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#8 2007-06-23 7:34am

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

That's the only reason I wanted to keep it was for it's uniqueness cause i don't much else with it. i've been swapping some parts on it for my 20". Does elf make a 1 inch seat post in that zip style? And i finally received my 20" on thursday.


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#9 2007-06-24 11:56am

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

Looks sweet. I like alot.


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#10 2007-06-24 12:08pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

hey ELF Dave,check out the 92" elf doublecross i just picked up,Its sweet,I know you like elf's,lol

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#11 2007-07-13 6:00pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

Almost done just gotta find the right color tires and add some new rims, spokes and nipples I'm keeping the original hubs they still roll so smoooth! Anyone know were to find a elf zip post for this I think it's 1inch and I only have a 7/8 zip post.


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#12 2007-07-30 11:17pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

I'm always looking for some elf hubs!


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#13 2007-08-08 6:10pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

I know I shouldn't let this bother me and feel free to bring me back down to earth but I'm not liking this star rating system at the moment. My favorite bike (my doublecross) is down to a 3 star rating and it used to be a 5 star bike, WTF?????!!!!!!! If people would take the time to read about all the mods I've made to make this bike unique then maybe they would understand..... sorry, sorry, didn't mean to gripe.  mad

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#14 2007-08-26 6:59pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

What I think it is is the strict fans of other brands not all but alot of them refuse to believe that anyone could make a better bike than theirs regardless of the mods. It's immaturity on their part, a nice build will always be a nice build plain and simple.


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#15 2009-05-05 10:14pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

Original ELF hubs and pads. This is the same bike I wanted as a kid, lucky dog

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#16 2011-06-10 5:03pm

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Re: 1995 ELF Doublecross Pro

Definitely one of my all time faves but you just can't have too much fun on it. Always careful not get a scratch. I You always need a backup fo rthe track.


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