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1989 GT Performer

#1 2016-05-02 1:39am

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1989 GT Performer

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1989 GT Performer

My 1988 Christmas present reborn!

This is the bike from my Avatar.  I rode it everyday until 1998, when my Dad gave it to his friend when I was at school. In 2006 my Dad's friend was at my parent's house when I brought home my chrome 1987 Performer.  Hee told me he still had my bike and asked if I wanted it back.   I got it later that night.  It was repainted and most of the original components were in a box because everything was replaced.   I cleaned up and salvaged the OG parts and got survivor or NOS for the rest.  It is set up exactly how I got it except for the tires.  Chip at C4 powdered the frame and parts.  I put the decals on.  It came out bitchin!
Original Parts :
GT FRAME ( C4 )
GT Fork (C4 )
GT Bars ( C4 )
GT Seat post (C4 )
GT Seat post clamp
ACS calipers 860
Stem (C4)
GT Cheese grater sprocket (C4 )
Suntour Freewheel

Survivor Parts:
GT Tomahawk wheels (riders pictured)
GT Tires / tubes (riders pictured)
1989 performer levers (C4 )
GT 1989 Performer Seat w/guts
New Parts:
NOS GT Tomahawk wheels  (not pictured )
NOS GT White skinwall tires  (not pictured )
NOS Odyssey gyro kit
NOS Odyssey slick cable
NOS AME Triangle grips
GT Epoch Freestyle Headset
NOS GT pegs
NOS GT Frame Standers
NOS GT Koolstops pads
Ultrahive decals


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#2 2016-05-02 10:08pm

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Re: 1989 GT Performer

big_smile . big_smile .

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