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LRV Survivor


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Mark Mc

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They're still out there. LRV. Probably 1977'ish. I had to swap the seat and pedals, and somehow didn't have Ourys to use. This needs a Brian Hays elbow grease workover still, he kills it with his finish clean up. But, pretty stoked. Original owner bike from Ohio. Original finishes.

 

Early MCS stem. 25" wide Redline bars. It came with a 7b rear/Tuff front, but I swapped to a Tuffwheel set.

 

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Curt

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Wow that is cool!  Are those "super mighty" cranks or "mighty tour"?

 

I will add the following opinion. If you keep those cranks (sugino 3 piece) I think the bike says 13 expert so it needs the 7b rim set front and back. However if the Tuffs remain ( and I do like them) the bike says 16 novice and could use one piece cranks.

 

Or of course leave as is while we admire.



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steve bourke

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thats a mean looking bike



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pretty sweet



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TrulyOdd

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Very cool

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I freakin love this!!
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