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#1 2011-09-05 1:35am

ndtchris
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From: California Central Valley
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1977 G-Boy

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1977 G-Boy

Originally built in Sacramento CA. I polished this frame out because it was flawless. This bike was built with with Araya 7B's, Cook Bros. bottom bracket, KKT Pedals, Shotgun II seat, Sugino 3pc. cranks, Tuff-Neck stem, FMF bars, and Dia0comp brakes.


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#2 2011-09-05 1:57am

Rerun
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

Oh BOY:D


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#3 2011-09-16 8:30pm

VernoAir
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

Very CLEAN!

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#4 2012-01-30 10:35pm

Iven
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

very cool

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#5 2013-11-12 5:16am

4130_stoner
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From: Oakland, ca
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

very cool indeed! yikescool


riding 20''s, and smoking herb for as long as i can remember.....damn short term memory loss!

Cheap girls are like cheap bike parts. Both will send you to see the doctor.-77Rider

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#6 2014-03-28 8:12am

wnnapla
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Re: 1977 G-Boy

cool


Always looking for "NOS" race parts from 80'-85'........

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