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In 1977 the Squareback was replaced with a traditional rear end to lighten the frame yet keep it strong.  Geometry was modified to make it longer with slower steering and keeping the '76 gusset for great looks and strength. Redline began to expand their product offerings with the famous V bars and redefined Redline Proline double clamp stem thoroughly tested by Byron Friday.  The stem features a 45 degree angle brace allowing for more surface area to be welded for strength.  The clamps in '77 were the same as the '75 prototype stem but Redline modified to increase the size for more gripping power, strength, and stamped for Redline quality. Redline never produced the prototype Redline seat post clamp pictured and Byron didn't know why either? The bike features era correct parts and the Femco rims are NOS with all of the spokes/nipples revived (hand polished) laced up with a Bendix coaster brake and Bicycle Motocross tires.  Hope you all enjoy another historical Redline ride. VEHICLE Frame - Redline MX-II original nickel finish and stickers Fork - Redline original nickel and stickers Stem - Redline Proline double clamp Bars - Redline V Bars Grips - Oury, NOS Headset - Schwinn Rims - Femco, NOS Spokes - .105 gauge polished Front hub - ACS Rear hub - Bendix coaster brake Front Tire - Motocross 20 x 2.125, NOS Rear Tire - Motocross 20 x 2.125, NOS Chain - Schwinn Chain ring - Addicks 46 teeth, NOS Cranks - Ashtabula 7 1/2", NOS Bottom Bracket - Schwinn Pedals - Union rat traps from Cash Matthews, NOS Seat - Mesinger padded, NOS Seat post - Redline Seat post clamp - Prototype Redline never mass produced Caliper - Weinmann Brake lever - Weinmann Brake cable - Schwinn   DIALED IN Jeff "JT" Tollefson