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1987 GT Performer

#1 2011-10-27 2:10am

tobin
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1987 GT Performer

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1987 GT Performer

Survivor with new parts

This was my first "old school" restoration. I purchased this bike for a great price, completely took it apart, cleaned and waxed it, and cleaned up all the parts on it. All the old worn parts were replaced.
New Duro whitewall tires and tubes
New Odyssey G3 gyro cables & new Odyssey front cable.
90’s GT pedals
new Tioga Beartrap 2 headset
new bottom bracket bearings
new Shimano freewheel
Redline chain tensioners
90’s GT seat
‘88 stem
Dyno grips


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#2 2011-11-01 3:06am

buddfridgeman
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

wow...fab

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#3 2012-01-03 5:28pm

drago112945
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

Sweet bike I would love to take that baby on a spin

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#4 2019-06-11 11:55am

GToddC5
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Re: 1987 GT Performer

Wow . . . I love this, as it's exactly what I had BITD. I wish I'd kept mine . . . Please PM me if ever for sale big_smile


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