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  1. For Sale, early 80s bit and pieces . Dibs Rules on all, PayPal/bank, all prices are AUD and include P/H Within Aust. Thanks for looking. Cheers Samurai. Suntour VX 175 Cranks..............$200.00 posted Invada 1983 NSW Cardiff NSW Tittles Plate. A Piece of BMX History........$100.00 posted Invada 1982 model (blue)......................$80.00 posted GT Hammerhead Yellow Uni Seat Cover (good condition) .......$50.00 posted Oakley Suspenders (braces) Black/White VGC.............$160.00 posted 2 GT Red New Pad Sets.............................$60.00 per set. Posted
  2. I have been waiting for this for over 6 months. Little bit of polish, I was stoked how good the condition is. As it stands: F+F : Invada Pro Am 20 Epoch headsetDK stem (round edged)MCS barsTech7 lever with 1st gen pitbullsGT (FSA style) cranks & SR speed trap pedalsEarly bullseye hubs & Araya 7X rimsOriginal tyres - Comp III front Cheng Shin rear, Both canvas skin wallsSuntour freewheel 44T-16T gearingDK 1 piece seat clamp, redline postOriginal Invada frame padI added some new Ame grips and a repop Aero seat I'm not sure of exact details, any info would be appreciated, especially on hubs, cranks. I don't know the exact year of build either, but it is no.017. Cheers.
  3. OK so I got what I think is an MXII frame and forks from a member here and upon close inspection of both I am of 2 minds as to what forks I have; the frames a bit of a mystery as well with no serial or stampings other than what I presume is a last name "Garner" on the BB shell...not Gardener like I first thought; but for now lets sussy the forks. Now all the Redline forks I have ever seen have been welded all the way around the bottom of the crown plate, this is where I am a bit stumped because the forks on the MXII are not welded all the way around. Now comes the strange bit I have only seen one other set of forks built like this and they are on the Pro Am 24 I have here. Pics: Redline forks?: Invada forks: Anyways I am now thinking about the forks on an Invada Pro Am 20 I saw on the museum belonging to Kosy-Moto and I Gotta wonder if they are the same as the ones I have here. Anyone got any ideas on these forks? Please chime in with any info on them cos I'd love to know what they might be. Cheers, Deano.