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1986 ELF 24

#1 2016-07-18 8:00am

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1986 ELF 24

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1986 ELF 24

OG ELF Cruiser !!

I traded my Fit24 for the frame, fork and bars.
for 1986 the geometry on this bike seems way ahead of its time.
Old School Classic with New School parts
ELF 24 Frame
ELF forks
ELF bars
LDC Bicycle Motocross Stem
Demolition Rogue rear hub with 9t driver (sealed)
Demolition Bulimia front hub (sealed)
ODSY 25t Sprocket w/ guard
Demolition Medial 2.0 cranks
Snafu Anorexic pedals
Snafu bar ends
ODSY Seat
Black Ops seat post
24" Deline tires
P.S. looking for decals. not looking to get ripped off $50 for set either.


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#2 2016-07-18 11:08am

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

big_smilebig_smilebig_smile

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#3 2016-07-18 3:03pm

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

Did you do the 1inch to 1 1/8th fork / stem conversion...?


Hit up the Whittier swap meet thread.

There were two guys selling decals sets the other week.


Cool Elf

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#4 2016-07-18 6:48pm

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

That looks bad azz!


LOOKING FOR........ or consider in a Trade ;
-Mint or NOS BLUE Cal Lite Johar FRAME pad.
-Mint or NOS CHROME Cal Lite Johar BAR pad.
-Orig. Blue ZERONINE Pro XL FF

"WHEN IN DOUBT, CRANK IT !"

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#5 2016-07-21 3:03pm

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

whats up with the rear spokes?


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#6 2016-07-24 4:21am

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

what do you mean? that they dont match with the front or lace pattern?

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#7 2016-07-24 4:24am

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

BRICKOS2 wrote:

Did you do the 1inch to 1 1/8th fork / stem conversion...?


Hit up the Whittier swap meet thread.

There were two guys selling decals sets the other week.


Cool Elf

thanks for the heads up.

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#8 2016-07-24 4:25am

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

no body wrote:

whats up with the rear spokes?

what do you mean? that they dont match with the front or lace pattern?

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#9 2016-07-24 4:39am

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

It's a very non-standard lace pattern.  3 inside, 3 outside, 3 inside...  Then the directions those 3 go in...for example the back side of the right flange is wide open................


Hutch Fun Facts: All main line Hutch's with digits only S/N (no letters or baseballs) on the rear drop outs were US made and had their dropouts stamped between late '83 and '86.  Obviously the frame manufacture would occur slightly after that, even if they just threw 'em in a bucket randomly.  There is an obvious date code in that the first 2 digits seem to be the month and the 3rd digit is pretty obviously the last digit of the year running from '83-'86.

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#10 2016-07-25 2:43pm

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Re: 1986 ELF 24

troynlori wrote:

It's a very non-standard lace pattern.  3 inside, 3 outside, 3 inside...  Then the directions those 3 go in...for example the back side of the right flange is wide open................

yeah i know but its sturdy as hell. I got my cult laced like that too. I Jump on it with no issues, rim stays true. Only downside is it bends some spokes so bad i dont think they can be used again.

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