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1995 GT Pro Series 24

#1 2008-03-16 11:46am

toberad
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1995 GT Pro Series 24

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1995 GT Pro Series 24

No Fear

This bike is light and fast. Its got GT hubs on Weinman rims, Gt bars, the clear GT grips, padded seat, seatpost, stem, some Redline 180mm cranks with a 38 tooth sprocket goin' back to a 16 tooth freewheel. I totally love the peddles but they hurt bad if you slip but I don't have to tell you guys about that. Thanx for lookin' MaHalo, Mike


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#2 2008-03-16 12:29pm

phillyc71
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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

sweet 95. i've got one too and they're awesome.
the flites look awesome.

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#3 2008-03-16 1:03pm

ds-1
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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

that's a really nice bike you have there:)

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#4 2012-05-04 11:41am

James Vigil
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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

Love the GT cruisers. Fav'd


A pile of shit has a thousand eyes.

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#5 2013-02-10 3:58am

naj
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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

NICE BUILD ,JUST PUT MY ON 24" IS THE WAY TO GO FRO naj

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