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1994 ELF Pro

#1 2020-01-14 8:11pm

chuckwagEn63
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1994 ELF Pro

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1994 ELF Pro

Super Clean Basic ELF

Nothing fancy here, just a clean ELF. No dents, dings or rust. It has a "STD" stamp on the dropout with the serial number so from what I've gathered its just a basic pro with a 19.5" TT.


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#2 2020-01-15 4:24am

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Re: 1994 ELF Pro

Nothing basic about that!!


For all the Homies that never got a chance to hook up their ride ....

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#3 2020-01-15 6:06pm

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Re: 1994 ELF Pro

I like how you installed the mothership clamp, opposite of what I did. Blue and chrome hard to beat.

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#4 2020-01-15 6:09pm

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Re: 1994 ELF Pro

I’m with hahaw86 definitely installed clamp different than mine.love my ELF bikes looks great!


I have no respect for the clown that separates frames from forks!!
Unless you broke them,don’t separate,so lame... And if we do business, and it goes well. Leave feedback, I will do the same...

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#5 2020-01-16 2:09pm

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Re: 1994 ELF Pro

hawhaw86 wrote:

I like how you installed the mothership clamp, opposite of what I did. Blue and chrome hard to beat.

Matching blues isnt easy for sure. The VG is lighter than hoped for. But it works.


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#6 2020-01-16 2:11pm

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Re: 1994 ELF Pro

Kraut wrote:

I’m with hahaw86 definitely installed clamp different than mine.love my ELF bikes looks great!

Oh crap did I install it backwards? Im still "fresh meat" status with building.


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#7 2020-01-16 4:32pm

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Re: 1994 ELF Pro

All good brother,looks beautiful


I have no respect for the clown that separates frames from forks!!
Unless you broke them,don’t separate,so lame... And if we do business, and it goes well. Leave feedback, I will do the same...

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