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Thanks for the quick replies. I think I will steer clear. I'm looking to build a klunker for single track use, minor curb hopping, jumping, and neighborhood shenanigans. I will keep an eye out for an old steel schwinn or the like.

Is there a thread on here that talks about different frames and forks that are good for klunkers?

Heavy Duti, Worksman, Husky,........


Just get a Worksman from @ind-chuckz and don't look back. Rugged, dependable, stylish
 
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Also this
 
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Cheers Matti! This Klunker thing is all new to me. I've always had an affinity for old bikes, especially bmx. Klunkers have become my new favourite. I've got some reading to do!
 
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Charlie and Alan's sites are the real deal, the bikes they show are the ones that all the klunking copies are based on. They were there making it happen. I've been trail biking since I was a teen, it saved my sanity many times, and I literally can trace that directly to what those hippie daredevils were doing out west.
 
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