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1993 ELF 24

#1 2018-05-21 6:58am

Jimmy Ray
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1993 ELF 24

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1993 ELF 24

My 1st Extra Light Frame

1993 ELF Pro 24”. Found on Austin, TX. Craigslist. The guy selling it had no idea what he had so I practically stole it.  Added the ELF pedals, hoops n hubs, cranks, Von Giese parts, Bullseye BB and seat. 
- Original decals
- Original ELF seat clamp
- Original Dia Compe Big Dog brakes
- Original Odyssey Excaliber cranks,upgraded to profile 180’s and Bullseye BB
- VELO RT 247 snakeskin saddle, identical to ELF 
- Chrome Powerlite Powerbend bars
- Original ELF pads
- ELF 9/16 race pedals
- DK Pro Stem
- Pro Neck Sprocket
- VG Seat guts
- VG Spider
- Sunringle ENVY hoops
- TNT Derringer Sealed hubs


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Put a glide in yo stride, a dip in yo hip, and c’mon to tha mothership.

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#2 2018-05-22 12:06pm

Poppitticus
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Re: 1993 ELF 24

I was going to pick this up, but you beat me to it! I'm glad it went to a good home to get fixed up, as I probably would've just flipped it...

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#3 2018-05-22 11:16pm

Jimmy Ray
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Re: 1993 ELF 24

I knew I needed to act on it quick!

Last edited by Jimmy Ray (2018-05-24 5:25pm)


Put a glide in yo stride, a dip in yo hip, and c’mon to tha mothership.

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#4 2018-05-23 5:00pm

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Re: 1993 ELF 24

Nice pick up. 
I've always wanted an ELF cruiser as well and just lucked out with a recent CL scoop of a DB version.
Good luck finishing the build.


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#5 2019-01-26 12:04pm

Jimmy Ray
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Re: 1993 ELF 24

Jimmy Ray wrote:

I knew I needed to act on it quick


Put a glide in yo stride, a dip in yo hip, and c’mon to tha mothership.

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