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HELP ME FIGURE OUT THIS GT

#1 2020-02-05 12:59pm

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HELP ME FIGURE OUT THIS GT

Has a august 87 serial number but starts with a “T”.. what does the T indicate?? Also not stamped 4130 and https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/250875/837a0e4c-4fc1-4e40-b819-fa606d1e30285e3b2c81b2.png
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doesn’t have Gt or the 4 holes on the rear drop.. what is this frame??!


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#2 2020-02-05 1:24pm

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Re: HELP ME FIGURE OUT THIS GT

I've seen T8's that are usually Interceptors that weren't even in the catalog. Guessing that the case here but, '87.


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#3 2020-02-05 1:33pm

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Re: HELP ME FIGURE OUT THIS GT

I have an 88 Mach one also with the T ser #, although mine has the 4 hole dropout. I   previously thought it was a Huntington Beach made frame but after doing a bit more research I now think the T stands for Toyo Kogyo (Japanese made). 
Here's the post: https://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=711212

Maybe I'm way off base but it's my current thoughts on the elusive T ser #'s.  At least it seems logical. big_smile


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