Re: Need a bike, need an engine, but just curious in North Texas
The older the frame the better. I'm using an old steel Murrary that holds up fine. Actually found it on the roadside one night, had a bent seat post, so someone abandoned it. Didn't have to walk home that night! Now I never have to with my china girl installed. Workman frames are good also for a solid build with heavy duty build and wheels. Also I built a Grubee GT2 bike for a friend of mine, and he's had nothing but fun tearing up his country roads. He likes the built-in gas tank. Good Luck and don't forget to post us some build picts.
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