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#1 2015-10-19 8:52pm

Jmoser
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1985 GT Timberline 26

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1985 GT Timberline 26

Brought this back to life...

Nice almost original GT Timberline MTB. Decals are all original, fork is new, tires are new Kenda's, Cables are Bianchi green to match the decals. I also took some GT hubs with hollow axels and added era correct SR Sakae quick releases. The original wheels were only a front QR with bolt on rear. The rack is a vintage Blackburn exactly like the one I had on my original Timberline in 85. Everything else is correct for the build.


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#2 2015-10-23 8:59am

350Ratfink
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Re: 1985 GT Timberline 26

MTB!roll ....Who's approving this stuff into the archives?

I think for something like this, one should have to at least ditch the shifting or bring in some BMX bars to be accepted, this is a MTB plain & simple,...IMHO it's LAME!

Sorry to be a ball buster like that, but this still is the BMXmuseum right? Quite frankly it doesn't say BMX&MTBmuseum at the top of the screen.

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#3 2015-10-23 9:03am

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Re: 1985 GT Timberline 26

I think its super cool. Did not know they made them back in 85.

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#4 2015-10-23 10:19am

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Re: 1985 GT Timberline 26

350Ratfink wrote:

MTB!roll ....Who's approving this stuff into the archives?

I think for something like this, one should have to at least ditch the shifting or bring in some BMX bars to be accepted, this is a MTB plain & simple,...IMHO it's LAME!

Sorry to be a ball buster like that, but this still is the BMXmuseum right? Quite frankly it doesn't say BMX&MTBmuseum at the top of the screen.

Talk to GAry. It is his site and he approved it.

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