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Uploaded by akcuda 19 April 2010 - 12:08 AM

Classification Details

  • Brand Schwinn
  • Model Scrambler
  • Genre Race
  • Class Pro
  • Country of MFG USA
  • Year of MFG 1981
  • Finish Original
  • Condition Used Good

Core Structure

  • Frame Schwinn Scrambler
  • Fork Schwinn Scrambler
  • Handlebars Redline Proline V-bars
  • Stem Pro Neck
  • Headset Schwinn
  • Gyro N/A

Wheel Details

  • Front Hub ACS high flange
  • Rear Hub ACS high flange
  • Mag Wheel N/A
  • Rim Ukai Speedline
  • Front Tire Cheng Shin 2.125
  • Rear Tire Schwinn Scrambler 2.125
  • Spokes N/A

Drivetrain Details

  • Cranks Takagi 175mm
  • Pedals KKT Rat Trap
  • Pedal Cage N/A
  • Chain KMC
  • Sprocket Pro Neck 42T
  • Spider N/A
  • Bottom Bracket Schwinn

Seat Details

  • Seat Post Clamp Mongoose
  • Seat Post Tioga
  • Seat Elina
  • Seat Cover N/A

Brake Details

  • Brake Front N/A
  • Brake Rear Dia-Compe MX-1000
  • Brake Lever Dia-Compe Tech 3
  • Brake Cable N/A
  • Brake Shoes Kool Stop Continental

Miscellaneous Details

  • Grips Oakley F1
  • Pad Set California Lite
  • Number Plate N/A
  • Decals original
  • Other N/A

Additional Notes

This is a loose replica of my first BMX bike which my brother gave me in June 1983 shortly after my 11th birthday. He had spray painted it blue and assembled it with spare parts. I remember it had a Pro Neck and “alloys” for rims, lol! Some of the parts made their way to the Schwinn Sting I got the following Christmas :) This bike belonged to my step-brother BITD and I rescued it from my father’s basement. I gave him a call and he said I could have it. Luckily it was the same style frame/fork and this one still has the original blue paint although it’s not perfect. It actually had some good parts on it, but I changed it up to a close approximation of what I had. I like to call it my “rat bike”, lol!


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