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24in PK RIPPER?

Old 02-25-06, 02:25 PM
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Can anybody tell me if SE made a 24in. PK RIPPER with actual PK RIPPER decals. I know there is a FLOVAL FLYER and a OM FLYER. I am checking this bike out for sale online, it has pk decals, black in color , the seller doesnt know much about it, but says the tires are bigger than a regular 20in. bmx.

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Old 02-25-06, 05:56 PM
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Calling Mr. Beerman...calling Mr.Beerman!


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Old 03-16-06, 07:59 PM
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Well since nobody had anything to say. I have since found out that there is no 24in PK, except for the possibility of a prototype. The bike I was checking out was a Floval Flyer with PK stickers. I found this out after buying it and having it shipped to me. The guy I bought it from didn't know jack about it and the picture was hard to make out on the ad, but I took a chance and scored an american mid 90's Floval Flyer.
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I hate SE...no offence if you like them i think they suck. MY friend use to have 1.
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Originally Posted by Specializerider
I hate SE...no offence if you like them i think they suck. MY friend use to have 1.
what? you ride a specialized hardrock or something and you think se sucks?
My step brother had two quadangles.. awesome bikes. SE's quality, at least in the 80's was second to none.. even if the pk's broke alot.
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mcoin=older member but how come ive never seen him post...stick to ss?
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Old 03-16-06, 09:38 PM
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SE is pretty much awful, at least since the Jeff Crawn incident. The fact that Ryan Guettler openly stated that he was actually riding a Fit S2i Aitken (and later, a LAF) while he was sponsored by them doesn't say anything positive about their current quality control, either.
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whats the jeff crawn incident
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Old 03-16-06, 10:17 PM
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You're too young.
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Old 03-16-06, 10:19 PM
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...so how bout you tell us about this jeff crawn incident
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Old 03-16-06, 10:47 PM
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C'mon grandpappy, tell the young'uns a story.
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Originally Posted by Expatriate
C'mon grandpappy, tell the young'uns a story.
Yes, do it.

So it was up hill both ways to school, and then what? Teachers slapped your knuckles with the ruler? Tell us more!
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Old 03-17-06, 12:51 AM
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SE look sooooooo good i like the 06 ripper
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Kids were snapping those damn things back in the early 80's, I never understood the appeal.
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Originally Posted by bmichaelx
Yes, do it.

So it was up hill both ways to school, and then what? Teachers slapped your knuckles with the ruler? Tell us more!
so i orrigionall clicked this cuz i ddint get it.

but...im gonna see if i do

You mean..."when i was young we had to wlak to school up hill both ways in the freezing cold" if so i chuckle
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Well for those of you who like SE, on the vintage bmx site a stumbled across a thread from Todd Lyons asking anybody if they new where to find old drawings and specs of the oldschool PK. It sounds like they might start reproduction. Good or bad thing?
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didn't his forks snap, or something along those lines?
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His Landing Gear snapped, and he's parapalegic due to it.
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thats what i thought.
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Originally Posted by Beerman
His Landing Gear snapped, and he's parapalegic due to it.
What does parapalegic mean?
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It's means that he's paralyzed from the neck down.
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He's not going to be riding anytime soon.
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