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1984 Anlun Pro

#1 2013-10-20 1:26pm

dwh19690
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1984 Anlun Pro

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1984 Anlun Pro

Really cool, kinda rare.

I bought this F/F from another member here on the Museum. Bought it because I had a nice red  NOS seat and nothing to put it on. Not much info on these bikes out there, only a few of these looptails on the Museum. Really nice riding bike, very good workmanship, nice chrome finish and good welds. I do know Anlun did make a lot of the mid/late 80's bikes and components for other bike companies like Haro and General, and probably a lot of others. Not sure what the rest of the story is on these Anlun stamped F/F's.
Components List:
F/F           Anlun
Bars        Hutch Pro Bars
Stem       Tuf Neck
Cranks    Sugino Maxy Cross 175mm
Pedals    Shimano PD-MX15
Wheels   Chrome Pro Class/Sunshine loose ball hubs
Brakes    DC 890's/Tech 4 levers
Seat       Viscount MX
Post       Unknown layback
Pads      California Lite
Plate      Invada Sonic
Tires      Cheng Shin 1.75's


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#2 2013-10-20 4:37pm

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Re: 1984 Anlun Pro

Great job building that one up!  The frame compliments the seat perfectly.  :D


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#3 2013-10-20 9:03pm

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Re: 1984 Anlun Pro

Great looking bike love the chrome and red

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#4 2013-10-21 2:58am

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Re: 1984 Anlun Pro

Nice parts and very good looking bike. You have not made ??the mistake of putting some red tires. :)
Sweet racer. Well done. :cool:


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#5 2013-12-07 10:28am

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Re: 1984 Anlun Pro

Classic chrome with red is hard to top. I like it! :cool:


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