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#1 2013-01-17 7:47am

MNsnowtaCruiser
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GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

I found this yellow beauty on CL for 200 and I think it is a GT Pro Freestyle but the guy has it listed as a Performer. I know it has Freestyle decals but I was hoping there is an expert that can help me know what to look for and what year it possibly is. If purchased it will be going up for sale cheap on the museum so it will go to a proper home.



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#2 2013-01-17 7:54am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

It is NOT a Pro Freestyle Tour, it is a base model performer.

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#3 2013-01-17 7:58am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

unfit4society wrote:

It is NOT a Pro Freestyle Tour, it is a base model performer.

+1

Still a cool bike for $200

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#4 2013-01-17 8:21am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

Is it worth driving an hour for just to sell?


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#5 2013-01-17 8:34am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

I wouldn't if I were you cuz I just bought it smile

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#6 2013-01-17 8:36am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

yikes   lollol

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#7 2013-01-17 8:41am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

Touche!


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#8 2013-01-17 8:46am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

I was looking at it last night, couldn't decide cuz then I'd have to explain to my wife why I got another bike and trust me, there is no good reason for her lol but after looking at my dayglow pink performer last night when I got home, I decided it would look nice next to it. I'll think of something to tell the wife.......and maybe be asking friends for a place to crash shortly after that lol

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#9 2013-01-17 9:02am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

Haha! I will take if off your hands to save the relationship if needed. I am glad it went to a good home and it nice to meet a fellow Minnesotan.


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#10 2013-01-17 10:25am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

Thanks, and I feel the same way brother! Nice to hear from folks near my area. We'll see how the wife takes it smile

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#11 2013-01-17 6:34pm

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

87 performer

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#12 2013-01-18 9:47am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

MNsnowtaCruiser wrote:

Is it worth driving an hour for just to sell?

You should have just went and got it!!!!

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#13 2013-01-18 10:17am

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Re: GT Pro Freestytle? Should I pull the trigger?

If only I didn't have to work. I'm glad it went to somebody on here though.


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