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Recently purchased this but can’t find anything on the possible make on this

Solid yellow BMX frame with custom wheels

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  • Looks like an absolutely generic 26" or perhaps 24" wheel bike. The rims have writing on one spoke, and look like aftermarket replacements. If the wheels were stock, then it seems to be aimed at the "too big for a BMX" age group. – Criggie Apr 6 at 22:33
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    What practical problem are you trying to solve? – whatsisname Apr 7 at 0:30
  • It's hard to tell from the fuzzy picture but it looks like the rear dropouts are forged rather than stamped. And maybe the fork dropouts are also forged. If so it was a nicer bike. The seat post clamp is throwing me off - looks very low end. Too few clues to arrive at a conclusion. – David D Apr 7 at 13:45
  • Bridge on the rear stays indicates it came with canti brakes (which it still has) which dates it to at least 20 years old, for what that’s worth. If the brakes or any other components are original, they can be used to pin down the year more precisely. – Andrew Apr 7 at 18:54
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    Brakes are Miranda vision cantilever brakes, cranks are stamped European bicycle components (Ventura) tyres are bontrager, wheels are grimeca 5 spoke millennium edition. All parts are original including the tyres previous owner remembers buying it new around 20 years ago but can remember the make – William Bartlett Apr 7 at 20:07

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