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was up lil! this is what i've been working on. what do you think?
it's a 1968 16 inch Schwinn. Was really rusty and was a bitch taking apart.
Originally posted by socios b.c. prez@Aug 18 2006, 04:01 PM~5996093
It drives me crazy to see you redo so many 16" frames and I have had mine sitting here for over two years.
Heavy lame ass solid rubber tires if you're actually gonna ride itOriginally posted by schwinn1966@Aug 19 2006, 01:23 AM~5996257
i know...i've had a lil tiger hanging in my garage for some time now. i recently put rims with air tires on it so my kids could ride it. i dont like those hard rubber tires too many bad memories as a kid with those crappy tires on my bike. i could not go fast or keep up with my bros & sisters
ill never do that shit ever again, my pixie comes with those fuckers im putting 36 spokes on whitesOriginally posted by TonyO@Aug 18 2006, 04:37 PM~5996340
Heavy lame ass solid rubber tires if you're actually gonna ride it
Sux for collectors like us that want to restore them cuz we gotta boil that shyt in water to take them off and put them back on the rim
Toyshopcustoms gave us the trick to doing that. Boil them in a big pot to soften the rubber then you should be able to remove them or put a set onOriginally posted by schwinn1966@Aug 19 2006, 01:44 AM~5996391
i never knew how to take those off i would cut em with a knife :0
THANKS FOR THE ADVISE FELLASOriginally posted by TonyO@Aug 21 2006, 10:07 AM~6010163
Toyshopcustoms gave us the trick to doing that. Boil them in a big pot to soften the rubber then you should be able to remove them or put a set on