My Repco'cruiser'

RiZZa
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Location: Logan, Queensland

My Repco'cruiser'

Postby RiZZa » Sun Jun 19, 2011 11:44 pm

I bought a Repco Random cruiser thinking it might be a good deal. Turns out it was a bit of a dud overall but a cheap foot in the door for a project. I've changed the wheels to 20s as the wheels it came with were shite and its on its 2nd tip shop back wheel. The rear guard is from a Malvern Star Family Star 22 inch frame. I might use those wheels eventually if I can find some fatter rubber. But for now, I'll get some fatter tires for more attitude. So far it owes me less than a $100

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Crank
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Re: My Repco'cruiser'

Postby Crank » Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:17 pm

Thats no dud looks sweet , but yeah fatter tires will make it, give it some attitude for sure as you say.. :D

larren
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Re: My Repco'cruiser'

Postby larren » Fri Jun 24, 2011 6:24 am

Just don't pedal while turning :wink: .

RiZZa
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Location: Logan, Queensland

Re: My Repco'cruiser'

Postby RiZZa » Sun Jun 26, 2011 9:46 am

My pedals came pre floppy from Big W so they have some give in the corners :roll:
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