View attachment 114326View attachment 114323 So I completely disassembled the Stingray and waxed, polished, and cleaned and re-greased all of the bearings. Swapped a correct Westwind up front and put a stock mag sprocket on it, also changed the rear sprocket to a 19 tooth, it had a 14tooth on it with the 39 tooth front sprocket.
Sorry for the super late reply, I'll blame that on being 53 with a 3 year old.
My bikes are all original parts. Lately I've been buying a lot of nice parts on e-bay for future builds.
Just don't get sucked in to paying crazy prices for individual parts, you're better off buying a complete bike for parts.
Recently I purchased a complete girls bike for $100 and just asked the seller to send me the few random parts that I wanted off it so I could save a little cash on shipping..