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1986 General Hustler

#1 2013-12-30 2:39pm

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1986 General Hustler

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1986 General Hustler

The 1986 General Hustler was the first real BMX bike I ever had. I recently rebuilt this one using spare parts.

I started sourcing parts to rebuild this bike and then decided that wasn't really important to me. With that freedom, I threw this thing together with an assortment of random parts—which included converting it to 1 1/8" threadless.

Fork: Schwinn XS 1 1/8 threadless"Headset: Tioga Beartrap 1" cups with the rest from a 1 1/8" AheadsetStem: Volume Staple Bars: Verde 9"Grips: KinkClamp: ?Post: Schwinn XS Micro-adjustSeat: Kore Turbo replicaWheels: Weinman ZAC w/ generic hubsTires: RIngworm 1.95 rear, Kenda 2.20 frontCranks: Mission 3pcSprocket: DK 44tPedals: Demolition plasticChain: CultBrakes: Odyssey 1999 front / DiaComp Bulldog rear

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#2 2013-12-30 6:13pm

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Re: 1986 General Hustler

Awesome Fred Blood New School convert


This just in: Drinking water supply has been compromised. Symptoms include acting irrational and disrespectful when discussing race, religion, and politics. Many impacted.

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