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1994 GT Performer

#1 2008-03-31 8:37am

x50crackerjack
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1994 GT Performer

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1994 GT Performer

Great beater bike

A buddy of mine gave this to me It was painted all black over chrome, so I stripped the paint and there was some blemmishes so I decided to paint it myself and throw some part's on it, including the 1 1/8 forks and stem where it's supposed to be 1"
the S/N is YC9480242


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restore and ride, that's what bikes are for

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#2 2008-03-31 11:42am

DemonGT
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Re: 1994 GT Performer

not a 1994, ist a 1995...94 they still had the S bend downtube


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

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#3 2008-04-05 11:45am

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Re: 1994 GT Performer

The S/N is YC9480242, I just figured it was a  94


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#4 2008-04-05 9:15pm

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Re: 1994 GT Performer

95, probubly made late 94 for 95...but yea, 94 and 95 had different frame designs...thats the 95 design. 94 had the S down tube

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

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#5 2011-02-15 1:15am

brandonbig
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Re: 1994 GT Performer

How did you fit 1 1/8" forks in a 1" headtube?

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