Anyone ever manage to match the kuwahara pink paint or find some older akai 700c rims
I can dig out my RAL chart and compare when I'm back, if you like.
that would be great, thanks....
What's happened here is that I've acquired a similarly splattery Cheetah.
Nice. What’s the difference between the two? Cheetah is mtb?
Yeah that's right, 26er.
Weighs a tonne, chainstay u-brake, less posh tubing.
doing this before i get excited and take it apart
Damn that paint is wild!
Yea it's a bit nuts. Hoping it polishes up alright cos shiny shiny
Here's what I've got planned for it :
Remember to not spend too much money.
thanks I'll try
this is going to be a money pit for sure
Oulala great projects!
yes no it isn't
Will be brilliant...just don't spend too much money
Ever figure that pink RAL?
looks great! what color cable housing are you thinking?
Looks awesome. I haven't got time to do much or post anything due to small people but here's (most of) the bits that'll be going on mine. Told you I'd steal your ideas liberally ;) I'm not going to be using the pink Kuwahara stem so give me a shout if if you want it.
Yes that is a fridge...
Missed this but better late than never. I have the original tires but they've definitely seen more life than I'd expected. DM me if you want them and you're welcome to them for the price of postage.
this looks wicked. Digging the tyres + saddle combo
manifested some BARGAINOUS middleburns. Probably cos they're isis (not that one).
Stripped the clear anodizing off with caustic with a view to polishing them, but decided I quite like the look of them like this
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