Re: Made in the USA
I am using a thin frame for my build also. It seems pretty well constructed, and should be fine for my purposes as I dont plan on pushing the envelope performance wise. This is a K-mart Pro Sport. Your chain guard and crank look familiar! I'll get the manufacture's name off the sticker today I forget what it says.
*Ah ha, now I understand why I have the same crank, sticker reads:
"Murry Ohio Mfg. Company" , Lawrenceburg, Tenn., USA.
So it looks like my K-Mart, Pro Sport is a Murry.
Last edited by K.i.p; 01-07-2010 at 04:14 PM.
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