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1998 GT Pro Performer

#1 2016-07-22 10:02pm

x50crackerjack
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1998 GT Pro Performer

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1998 GT Pro Performer

Last of the all chromoly pro performer’s

I've had this bike sitting for a long time, it was in bad shape, I wasn't going to do anything with it until I started doing some research and found out it was worth restoring, so I had to strip all the chrome off the frame. the bars and fork were pretty good, I saved those and put a few new parts on,
98 GT frameGT freestyle barsGT pacman forksGT piston stemGT seatGT micro adjust postFly Roey gripsDiacomp front and rear brakesTech 77 levers (original)Redline BB sealed american Stock we the people 3 pc. cranksGT metal pedalsShadow 33t front sprocketStock GT wheels w/Mohawk hubsRear flipped for 13T freewheel GT pegsGeneric whitewall tires 2.30 F/R




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restore and ride, that's what bikes are for

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#2 2016-07-23 6:31pm

GTbee10
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Re: 1998 GT Pro Performer

cool

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#3 2016-08-17 6:28am

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Re: 1998 GT Pro Performer

I love the color!!! Hard to find anything to go with the yellow from the decals but u nailed it!!! Here's mine I went with the red/black chrome scheme....urs definitely came out sweet..great build!http://i1376.photobucket.com/albums/ah25/Joshua_Francis/Mobile%20Uploads/IMAG0284_zpsdgwzb5ru.jpg


We roll mid school in this house!!

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#4 2016-08-17 6:34am

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Re: 1998 GT Pro Performer

If u soak those pegs in vinegar they will come out almost new...it's what I used..it got the surface rust off anything really bad u might need something a little stronger but for the most part vinegar will clean up alot!


We roll mid school in this house!!

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#5 2016-09-01 2:48pm

x50crackerjack
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Re: 1998 GT Pro Performer

Thanks for the great info I'll have to try that this weekend, and the color is house of kolors Burple
Your bike is looking real sweet, I like the color scheme it all goes together


restore and ride, that's what bikes are for

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#6 2017-10-05 9:32am

95acurajdm
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Re: 1998 GT Pro Performer

ugly fat tires man..come on keep it original

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#7 2020-12-29 8:24am

beefpadthai425
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Re: 1998 GT Pro Performer

damn that is looking clean i love the color with the yellow decals

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