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#1 2009-02-21 11:12pm

djd93306
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From: Bakersfield, CA
Registered: 2007-11-25
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1981 GT Expert

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1981 GT Expert

Really nice survivor.

Other than the seat and post which are from 86 its still got the original parts. Im gonna leavem on anyways cause they match so good.


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Can you ever really have enough GT's?

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#2 2009-02-22 2:22am

markyp
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From: Weymouth, UK
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Re: 1981 GT Expert

hey man,that the one from ebay,shes sweet !!

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#3 2009-02-22 4:47am

redlinerl20
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From: Kettering, OH
Registered: 2007-04-18
Posts: 1020
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Re: 1981 GT Expert

Very nice survivor...nice collection of GT's......

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#4 2009-02-23 1:46am

MADDAWG
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From: Midwest
Registered: 2008-02-14
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Re: 1981 GT Expert

Sweet Gt


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#5 2009-02-23 9:24am

djd93306
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From: Bakersfield, CA
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Re: 1981 GT Expert

Thanks guys, im head over heels for this one! tongue


Can you ever really have enough GT's?

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#6 2009-12-02 8:29pm

GTM1
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Re: 1981 GT Expert

What size is the top tube on the Gt expert?
I might buy one today but the one I am looking there is space behind the seat post about an 1.5" and then the top left and right tubes are welded.
Does you head tube a 4" and takes the 1" threaded fork?

Thanks


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#7 2009-12-03 11:43am

djd93306
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Re: 1981 GT Expert

GTM1 wrote:

What size is the top tube on the Gt expert?
I might buy one today but the one I am looking there is space behind the seat post about an 1.5" and then the top left and right tubes are welded.
Does you head tube a 4" and takes the 1" threaded fork?

Thanks

Yeah the headtube will be about 4" high and take 1" forks for any 80's or even early 90's GT.


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#8 2009-12-15 8:35pm

4130orbust
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Registered: 2009-12-15
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Re: 1981 GT Expert

Awesome bike, I used to have one like her.  Glad to see they are still around in look brand new almost 30 years later.  Gotta love 4130 chromoly!!

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#9 2010-01-07 6:37pm

Greens
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From: Chicago Heights, Il
Registered: 2010-01-01
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Re: 1981 GT Expert

I Really like this one.  I'm a sucker for blue...

Also admiring the extensive GT collection. Very nice!


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#10 2015-10-30 3:41pm

kg1970
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From: Lexington, KY
Registered: 2011-03-05
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Bikes: 1

Re: 1981 GT Expert

Awesome survivor.............big_smilecoolbig_smile

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