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#1 2008-08-30 7:48pm

acuzerfdw
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1989 GT Pro Series 24

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1989 GT Pro Series 24

This is one of my rider bikes that I just finished fixing up. You don't really see too many of these around, especially in this condition. It has mostly all corect parts on it with the exception of the cranks and tires. The decal are actually from the year prior, but since the '89 decals are pretty much impossible to get, I decided to apply these. The frame is the exact one as the '88 so the only difference is the serial number. I had the SR cranks polished and added KKT pedals. It's got the original GT stem that was first introduced on the '89 Pro Series bikes. The rims are Arayas that were also polished and relaced with stainless steel spokes and chrome Superlace hubs. It's got a Dia Compe 901 brake on the rear. This thing rides super smooth with the sealed bearing hubs. Really comfortable to ride around the neighborhood.


http://bmxmuseum.com/img/view-bike-in-museum.gif


I DON'T HAVE ANYMORE BIKES OR PARTS... ALL MY PICS ARE OUTDATED


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#2 2008-08-31 11:31am

FONEY
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

Very nice.. i cant wait to get mine built up.

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#3 2008-08-31 12:06pm

Cruiserific
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

Nice and clean ... good job.



Mikey


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#4 2008-09-03 3:05pm

chromey
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

One of the nicest cruisers I've ever seen.
smile

What kind of tires are those?
They have a great look.


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#5 2008-09-03 3:46pm

marsmann
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

Mad cool cruiser!

You don't see many of this era as much as you actually do the earlier ones making these a little more rare.  Awesome to see it so complete.

Excellent find!  Thanks for sharing it.

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#6 2008-09-06 1:43am

Slicer GBA
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

Beautiful.. Love it!!


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#7 2008-09-07 8:04pm

acuzerfdw
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

chromey wrote:

What kind of tires are those?
They have a great look.

Those are Cheng Shin Tyres in 24X2.125. I was hoping to find them in 1.75, but they didn't have that size in gumwall.

*edit* I have since chaged the tires to 1.75 Compe III style tires.

Last edited by acuzerfdw (2009-02-06 11:37pm)


I DON'T HAVE ANYMORE BIKES OR PARTS... ALL MY PICS ARE OUTDATED


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#8 2008-09-08 1:33am

Topvillain
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

where are these coming from?! I NEED ONE!


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#9 2008-11-29 7:55am

mikecs4life
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

Aleks,

I NEED this bike. LOL
Excellent build amigo. Im stalking through all of your posts. Do you feel creeped out?? HAHAHAHA

Mike


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#10 2008-11-29 8:20am

glenn1011
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

yes, very nice indeed.


glenn


Old school Sherwood Park.

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#11 2008-11-29 8:29am

Deacon
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

Looks awesome and era specific.  Cranks are money!


Hi ten steel 4 life!

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#12 2009-02-06 10:51pm

PepesGT
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

Nice Ride!

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#13 2010-08-18 7:54am

Jaminak
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

I love these cruisers. Yours is an inspiration.

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#14 2018-11-06 11:40pm

Gabriel13
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Registered: 2018-10-29
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Re: 1989 GT Pro Series 24

acuzerfdw wrote:

http://bmxmuseum.com//image/img_4248.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/img_4250.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/img_3722_copy2.jpg http://bmxmuseum.com//image/img_3726_copy1.jpg

1989 GT Pro Series 24

This is one of my rider bikes that I just finished fixing up. You don't really see too many of these around, especially in this condition. It has mostly all corect parts on it with the exception of the cranks and tires. The decal are actually from the year prior, but since the '89 decals are pretty much impossible to get, I decided to apply these. The frame is the exact one as the '88 so the only difference is the serial number. I had the SR cranks polished and added KKT pedals. It's got the original GT stem that was first introduced on the '89 Pro Series bikes. The rims are Arayas that were also polished and relaced with stainless steel spokes and chrome Superlace hubs. It's got a Dia Compe 901 brake on the rear. This thing rides super smooth with the sealed bearing hubs. Really comfortable to ride around the neighborhood.


http://bmxmuseum.com/img/view-bike-in-museum.gif

They also made it in 20” correct?

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