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Old 10-04-05, 05:53 PM
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What kind of bike do I hav?

I have this BMX bike I got from a garage sale or somethin like that but it doesnt hav ne decals on it so I dont kno wut kind of bike it is the serial number on it is 9913915464. Does anybody have any idea on what kind of bike this if not ill try to get pics later. Thanx
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That could be *anything*. Pics plz.
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Old 10-05-05, 07:18 PM
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heres the site
https://photobucket.com/albums/a251/mikay1814/
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Old 10-05-05, 07:38 PM
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Looks like a "next" bike with torker stickers and random parts.
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Old 10-05-05, 07:44 PM
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how many spokes are in that wheel? i havent seen many racing bikes, cuz in my area, almost nobody races.
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Old 10-06-05, 07:47 PM
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how many spokes are in that wheel? i havent seen many racing bikes, cuz in my area, almost nobody races.
68 i think, i think it looks pretty cool but it adds so much weight to the bike so i might take them off
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'Take them off'?
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yeh, take off about half of those spokes. good call. you should also drill some "speed holes" in the frame to make it lighter.
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Why are there 2 versions of this thread?
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Old 10-07-05, 05:55 AM
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My computer jammed up when i posted it so i didnt think i posted it so i posted it again
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are you from fairdale?
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Old 10-07-05, 03:29 PM
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no, jefferson county
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well, fairdale is IN jefferson county. where then, Newburg? dude, that bike is sooooo Newburg!
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o im a dumbass, i dunno i kno my zip code is 40222 if that tells u ne thing

o yea where would be a smart place to drill the speed holes in the bike
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It tells me you need to get your ass back to school and learn how to spell
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im still in school
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Originally Posted by mikay1814
o im a dumbass, i dunno i kno my zip code is 40222 if that tells u ne thing

o yea where would be a smart place to drill the speed holes in the bike
All over just start drilling and keep going until it looks like a block of Swiss cheese. How old are you?

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Ok, I'm going to be nice now, or at least as best I can. That bike looks like it was put together with parts from a bunch of other bikes, none of them good. If that's all you have, no worries. Ride it and have fun. But if you can mow lawns or wash cars to pick weeds or something, whatever, do that and save some money for a better bike. It's old, it's heavy, and it's not even strong. You can learn some tricks on it, but you'l be limited as to what you can do. And no, you can't take off some spokes or drill out the frame, that was all a joke.

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thanks for being serious, I really appreciate it
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thats a pacific...was a toys r us bike a long time ago...like 96-2000 probably...i remember the wanna be bmx kids in the area had them...
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So I happened to stumble across this thread when I was googling my username. Are any of these guys still active? Because man you guys were harsh. Sure I was a foolish little 15 year old that didn't know how to type, but still i wasn't ******** as a I seemed.

I just thought I would clear things up, sorry to revive a 5 year old thread. I just completely forgot about this and got some chuckles about how much of a horrible typer I was.

Originally Posted by hypersnazz View Post
'Take them off'?
I meant the rims, not the spokes.

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well, fairdale is IN jefferson county. where then, Newburg? dude, that bike is sooooo Newburg!
Fairdale is hardly in jefferson county, it's pretty far away from where I lived

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thats a pacific...was a toys r us bike a long time ago...like 96-2000 probably...i remember the wanna be bmx kids in the area had them...
Yea it was a piece of **** bike I later learned haha.
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