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#1 2019-09-04 9:35am

Dollazhollaz
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1989 Akisu Freestyler

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1989 Akisu Freestyler

Same frame as GT with no stamp

I grabbed this FF and parts from a super cool member here on the East Coast. Apparently the GT and Akisu frames were made side by side in the same factory. Its a sick bike regardless of where the frame was made in my opinion. Ive always wanted a black Performer, but couldn't afford one as a kid, and don't really want to pay the high price now, so this is right in my wheelhouse. Another hood cruiser.
Traded away to a better home


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#2 2019-09-04 11:37am

followyoursole
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Re: 1989 Akisu Freestyler

nice grab! i was eyeing this frame set for a while also. Seller is cool and answered all my questions. I took too long deciding and I guess you bought it lol.... I was gonna build it up similar to you with the generic gt style mallet and chainwheel. It would be a bike I would be afraid to try new tricks and drop.

looks great!

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#3 2019-09-04 12:26pm

Dollazhollaz
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Re: 1989 Akisu Freestyler

Thanks! This is a cruiser for me around the hood with my kids. No major tricks happening anymore over here lol


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#4 2019-09-05 10:03pm

Bmxdirector
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Re: 1989 Akisu Freestyler

Really nice looking bike. Well done.

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#5 2019-09-06 1:22pm

Dollazhollaz
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Re: 1989 Akisu Freestyler

Thanks director --- My boy Brian the Firefighter from Boston hooked me up with the FF and parts. It was all him, I just built it. Brian gets the credit for this one for sure. Only change I made was gumwall tires instead of all whites he provided. Going to tweak some things here and there, and later add a rotor of some kind.


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#6 2019-09-07 6:02am

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Re: 1989 Akisu Freestyler

Love it!! cool

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#7 2019-09-10 6:33am

Dollazhollaz
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From: New England
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Re: 1989 Akisu Freestyler

Thanks!


If it don’t make Dollaz, it don’t make sense.........



Totally RAD!

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#8 2019-09-10 6:47am

GToddC5
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Re: 1989 Akisu Freestyler

Very cool ride!


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