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Old 03-05-05, 08:29 AM   #1
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check out this bike

http://www.stealitback.com/cgi-bin/n...nbr=58906975#1
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Old 03-05-05, 02:48 PM   #2
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Huh, that is interesting.
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Old 03-05-05, 03:04 PM   #3
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i would buy it for the parts, it has a profile crank, a redneck, hula hoops and a kink sprocket
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Old 03-05-05, 09:59 PM   #4
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i would buy it for the parts, it has a profile crank, a redneck, hula hoops and a kink sprocket

Yeah, it has good parts. But what exactly is that site about, are those bikes actually stolen and then found and sold back to the public? Because that sounds kind of weird to me.
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I'd buy that if I had the cash, just for the frame. There isn't much that's burlier than a 2-Hip Pork.
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I'd buy that if I had the cash, just for the frame. There isn't much that's burlier than a 2-Hip Pork.

How do you know it's a 2-Hip Pork frame? And it's only ten bucks man, how low on cash are you?! I mean I know it's going to go up more in the next three days, but since it's only ten bucks now it probably won't go up more than 20 or 30 dollars and that would still be an awesome price for what's on that bike. I still don't get where they get the stuff on that site though, and what the purpose is.
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I know what a Pork looks like; it's the only frame on the planet with that design. The only question is whether it's the alumninum (strong but still light, but with weak dropouts) or the 4130 (strong as hell, heavy as hell) variant.

I'm currently saving all of my money up for a trip to LA for Spring Break, and I need to buy a new spindle for my cranks. If I had the extra money, though, I'd most definitely buy that as a "middle school" bike to have lying around, although I'd probably switch the frame to my old S&M Warpig and sell the Pork to my friend Paul.

That site is a police auction website. The bikes are stolen ones that were recovered and unclaimed. It's run by the people from this website: http://www.propertybureau.com/
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they arrest dealers, and they sell the growing lamps that they find. you could buy it and grow bud in your basement .

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I think I'll sign up and bid $50 or something on it.
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Haha i would buy it too if I were you!
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How do you know it's a 2-Hip Pork frame? And it's only ten bucks man, how low on cash are you?! I mean I know it's going to go up more in the next three days, but since it's only ten bucks now it probably won't go up more than 20 or 30 dollars and that would still be an awesome price for what's on that bike. I still don't get where they get the stuff on that site though, and what the purpose is.
the top tube that looks like is tired of the confines of that bike give it away.. same with the kink empire revision b in reverse..
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Well, I got outbid. I just bought a new camera, so I guess I can't really afford another bike just yet anyways...
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Oh, ok, thanks for the info on the frame.
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