new project bikes

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  1. tommyboy1442

    tommyboy1442 Member

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    word!, just got back from walmart, was in there for three hours due to a code black(tornado) in chicago no less, so got these 2 bikes, a panama jack ($150) and a cranbrook($75). good deal for a semi decent frame with alright components, can u go wrong, chrome motors on the way courtesy of the canadians....
     

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  2. vddy

    vddy New Member

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    Those are really awesome. And for that price. What are they like to ride and how difficult were they to fit kits to? Any pics?
     
  3. Goat Herder

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    Chrome motors you say they come that way?
     
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    yes i like the way huffy came out with the built in bike rack is already weld in to the frame
     
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    Gotta love the rim/spoke upgrades on those new Huffy's. Kool old Plymouth, Christine's relative?
     
  6. tommyboy1442

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    got the cranbrook done, ordering new hd39 rear wheel w/ jims hub adapter. also have a set of 11 high wald cruiser bars on the way for it.also repainting the chain gaurd, fenders,adding a front brake, chamber pipe, 7mm ignition wire, ngk plug and a billet intake. should be a nice reliable bike. rides great, but unfortunatly the frame is worthless chinese junk. along with the motor-lol.ill update pics later...built this bike for my sister
     

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    Ditch the over sized chain guard ............. clean build.

    Adam
     
  8. Motorbike Wanabe

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    I've been checking out some of Wal-Marts bikes also. Did you notice that they're using thicker spokes and the wheels on some of them are wider? Even wider than the 2.125s that we're used to. I've considered whether to purchase a Husky rear wheel for my $5 yard sale 24 incher or, just go and get a newer bike for $80 bucks! Tough call! I'm sure some will bust on Wally-world's bikes but, for what you pay, it's not bad! I"ve got over 1600 miles on my Cranbrook with very few problems. I just wish they had these same options when I bought mine less than a year ago.
     

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