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My '72 Schwinn Stingray was great but wanted a true BMX frame and fork to handle all the abuse of daily riding at "The Track."
Just the basics and man what a indestructible ride! What is exceptional about this is that the rear dropouts are perfect! Many Squarebacks are beat but the original quality/finish has lasted after 40 years!
I soon found out that in racing you need a lighter bike unless you are two to three years larger than your age. Retired the bike in 1978 for racing and moved on toward my "Torker Kid" career coined by my local bike shop that I rode to nearly everyday. Thanks Dennis for all your help in my BMX days!
Frame - Redline Squareback with original nickel finish and rare white decals
Fork - Redline with original nickel finish
Stem - Redline double clamp proto-type stem
Bars - DG
Grips - Oury
Headset - Schwinn
Rims - Araya 7b's
Front hub - Cook Bros.
Rear hub - Bendix "Redline" coaster brake
Front Tire - Cheg Shin 20 x 2.125
Rear Tire - Cheng Shin 20 x 1.75
Chain - Schwinn
Chain ring - Campagnolo
Cranks - Campagnolo
Bottom Bracket - Schwinn
Pedals - Union
Seat - Mesinger
Seat post - Schwinn
Seat post clamp - Schwinn
Pad set - Speedo
Jeff "JT" Tollefson