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1986 Hi-Tech Pro 24

#1 2015-02-19 7:19am

king stinger
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1986 Hi-Tech Pro 24

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1986 Hi-Tech Pro 24

1986 HI-TECH Pro cruiser with original transparent gold finish over chrome.Got this rare frame and fork from member Joe Buffardi and built it up,hope you like it as much as i do.Thanks Joe!

1986 HI-TECH Pro 24 F&F-og Gold finish on frame
ELF-first gen cruiser bars-unknurled-og chrome [I think]
Torker-round corner stem
Sugino Maxy Cross cranks
PPP 43 T sprocket
SR Speed trap mp110 pedals
CW-Velo Seat with lightning bolts-80's
ACS- Seat clamp
Unkown- real long chrome seat post
Araya 7x -og black ano 24x1.75 hoops laced to Schwinn High flange hubs
Cheng Shin-skinwall CompIII Tires 24x1.75-80's
Dia-Compe mx900 brakes with Tech 4 lever
AME Tri grips


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#2 2015-02-19 7:17pm

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Re: 1986 Hi-Tech Pro 24

Interesting and quite rare....any background story behind the frame?


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#3 2015-02-19 9:14pm

king stinger
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Re: 1986 Hi-Tech Pro 24

getwheels wrote:

Interesting and quite rare....any background story behind the frame?

Made in So.Calfornia,not sure if they were ever sold in stores,all were gold color like this.Mine has no serial number and was made vary early on, Joe researched while he had it and found out it was an 86

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#4 2016-06-14 11:17am

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Re: 1986 Hi-Tech Pro 24

I had a 20" when I lived in Hesperia CA it cracked and I was bummed out I LOVED THAT FRAME.. if you ever want to sell your 24 please let me know

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#5 2017-02-26 8:42pm

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Re: 1986 Hi-Tech Pro 24

Changed it up a little since first post When it had yellow pads and GT Expert bars,like it much better now .This is the before pics

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