Can someone name the frame?

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Hey guys can someone name the frame from this one and only picture they sent me?

Wondering if worth the trouble to pull out from in between a few old trucks and a field of land mines (dog poop)

From first glance small gusset, straight fork and was told the bike is geared in the rear.

Thanks guys..




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Not a lot to go on.
I've never seen that small gusset from the downtube to the headtube before.
 
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Go get it!

I had a bike like that, with the little gusset, but never knew the brand name. It's probably made in Taiwan 1980's or 90's, but would make a good Klunker or Strandie.
 
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Who was I kidding anyway, it’s a free cruiser. Was I really going to pass that up? Just wanted to know if someone had some info on it before I head over and dig it out.


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Possibly hanter? I’m trying to remember, there were two over seas frame makers in the 80s that had the gusset, and straight forks. I’ll see if I can’t find what I was reading and get back

Edit- found a pic

https://goo.gl/images/RPYCLD

i knew I could count on you guys. Too bad it’s beer primed over. Would’ve been a nice cruiser with original paint.


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I believe it’s a 5 speed too. So, rear spacing would be 120. A modern shimano nexus three speed with coaster would fit in there nicely