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1984 GT Pro Series

#1 2020-04-02 9:33pm

Demonlife66
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1984 GT Pro Series

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1984 GT Pro Series

This is my 1984 GT Pro Series. I bought it as just a frame that had been painted over the badly peeling and pitted chrome. It's been freshly powder coated black, and has 1990 GT forks and 1990's GT Pro bars. GT chrome 3piece crank, GT seat, GT grips, and bar ends. DK sealed flip flop hubs laced to old school Araya hoops, gum wall tires, white Odyssey 6 bolt stem, sealed threaded headset, new power disc, Tuff Neck chainring, VP pedals, and a Bulldog rear brake caliper.


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#2 2020-04-03 4:24am

NOSTALGIA007
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Re: 1984 GT Pro Series

I like the splash of white you added to the mix..  nice build bro


For all the Homies that never got a chance to hook up their ride ....

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