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1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

#1 2007-08-20 12:32pm

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1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

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1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

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1996 Pro Freestyle Tour Team

Replaced the tires and added some GT bar ends. Everything else is original.


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WTB: 1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs, 1992 Dyno Slammer

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#2 2007-10-21 8:54pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

Awesome bike!

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#3 2009-04-13 11:10am

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

i thought mine was a 95, then i noticed the diffrence in the decals. mine is a 96 team model, i think, it looks just like yours, do they have dk necks and suzue sealed hub araya 48 spoke rims and are gt letter gumwalls stock.do you know what these are worth. sorry for all the questions.

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#4 2009-04-13 12:20pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

they have a GT stem and GT sealed hubs with araya super 7x rims. gt gumwalls are stock


WTB: 1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs, 1992 Dyno Slammer

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#5 2009-04-13 3:06pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

ok i didnt think so ,i couldnt see 100% of your stem on your bike ,or your rims. i guess someone changed the rims on my bike, and the neck ,everything else is stock though.im thinking of selling it any suggestion on a price?it seems like your an expert on the subject, id kill for your collection.i only have five bikes ,but there sweet. i just got back into bikes like nine months ago, gts are my favorite ,but i have a robinson and a haro also ill have pics on my profile soon.
thanks again.
p.s do your cranks say profile or gt

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#6 2009-04-13 10:00pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

price depends on conditon. the stock cranks are the GT stamped ones. as for a price mine was in pretty good shape minus the tires and if i remember right i payed around 350 shipped.


WTB: 1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs, 1992 Dyno Slammer

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#7 2009-04-14 10:17am

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

thanks bro i guess ill keep it for that much lol oh well just to let u know theres an nos performer frame on ebay cheap auction ends today if i rememmber correctly its chrome too its up your alley. it was less than 50 bucks an hour ago just a little f-y-i.

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#8 2009-09-26 2:21pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

FINALLY updated pictures


WTB: 1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs, 1992 Dyno Slammer

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#9 2012-05-16 8:24pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

This is awesome! I have one also in the Titanium color smile

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#10 2015-04-16 11:38pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

This is the Bike I drooled over as a kid. My father had just passed and I got the bike you see above. I rode the bike hard and loved it. I polished it every night until the day I moved out of my parents house. the bike began its wait. I joined the army. The bike was pulled out by my sister. I was all over the world. My sister got hooked on drugs and began living on the bike. she went to jail. I came home and was out of the military, back after ten years or more. The bike somehow made it through, it was berried in the garage far from perfect the way I left it. Rust, bad bearing,  broken cranks, The original grips perfect original breaks and break levers never used. they were taken off and set aside.The frame beyond the the scratched up sticker was perfect. I began to get excited and the rebuild began. I found this photo that you see above and decided I still do love that bike and will ride her again. Thanks to this bmx museum I fell in Love with My 1996 GT pro freestyle tour team all over again.  ....... the rebuild is still going and going well soon i will send my pics in.

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#11 2015-04-17 9:50am

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour Team

if it has stickers on it still dont remove them you will have a heck of a time finding replacements. cool


WTB: 1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs, 1992 Dyno Slammer

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