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#1 2007-02-26 8:11am

Frank250
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1998 GT Show

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1998 GT Show

Polished Aluminum

My 98 GT Show, made of 6061 T-6 aluminum, pretty much stock, upgraded to alloy pedals, added the red gyro wires (had to be modified) and upgraded to the GTX, and cleaned up the true 100's.


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#2 2007-02-26 8:14am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

Bloody hell!!
One day i'm gonna get one of those for sure...

Looks well take cared, well done Frank!


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#3 2007-02-26 9:57am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

I have the exact same bike.  Yours looks like it's probably in better condition though.  I love pacman dropouts and those pegs... so big and comfortable.


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#4 2007-02-28 8:40am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

sugar!

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#5 2007-03-03 1:53am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

The show is a wonderful flattie bike.
I dont know if alloy pedals would be considered upgrade. Flatland bikes are funny that way. most riders prefer the resin pedal, sure they wear down and scuff up quicker, but they are alot easier on the shins, which the pedals make friends with quite often lol.


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#6 2007-03-03 2:44pm

Frank250
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Re: 1998 GT Show

Thank's guys!.., and I know what you mean thrash, but as you can see.. Idont ride this bike hard, so I decided to add the alloy pedals wink. Looking forward to see'n your Tour Duke!.


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#7 2007-03-04 10:34pm

Duke 01
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Re: 1998 GT Show

Thrash wrote:

I dont know if alloy pedals would be considered upgrade.

big_smile lol Thrash!



Hey Frank, it should be done this month..... i hope so!


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#8 2007-03-16 4:18am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

brilliant bmx great bike

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#9 2007-03-24 10:01pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

these bikes always look great and those cranks are awesome too!


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#10 2007-05-05 9:39pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

Love this bike.  Holy crap.

 

#11 2007-05-08 11:01am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

i remember when i first got the 1998 GT catalog and when i seen the new Show bike i crapped my pants....then when i found out the price of it i crapped them again


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#12 2007-05-09 6:10pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

the show is a LEGEND i love it

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#13 2007-09-20 8:42pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

I know it's a WAY longshot. but if you ever decide to sell this bike.. please contact me smile I've been wanting a Show for a long time.


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#14 2007-09-21 2:35pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

You just missed out on your chance to get mine.  I had it up on ebay for a couple days about a month ago, but a local buyer came through and saved me the trouble of boxing it up.  $525 is what I took for it.


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#15 2007-12-28 4:20pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

clean gt

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#16 2008-01-10 10:00pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

Sweet sweet sweet!!!!!!


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#17 2008-01-23 12:18am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

DemonGT wrote:

i remember when i first got the 1998 GT catalog and when i seen the new Show bike i crapped my pants....then when i found out the price of it i crapped them again

well said


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#18 2008-02-21 5:10pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

holy crap!!!!, is that a sealed crank and where can i get one????


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#19 2008-02-21 5:12pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

AWESOME  GT!


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#20 2008-02-22 10:48am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

one of the best gts ever made.sooo nice.

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#21 2008-03-01 3:29pm

zach
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Re: 1998 GT Show

love the show man

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#22 2008-04-22 12:15am

chukker
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Re: 1998 GT Show

very sick bike, where can I get some brake levers for the show bars?

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#23 2008-08-08 11:34am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

Nice "Show" man I'm gonna attempt to polish mine and post some picture's up lol

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#24 2009-04-05 11:42am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

Very clean version of one of my all time favorite bikes!


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#25 2009-05-06 4:36pm

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Re: 1998 GT Show

very nice....  I got one of these, not in as nice shape as yours.  Keep trying to decide whether to clean it up nice or just sell it off.


Stuff I want: 2000 24" DB Reactor Team frame ,  Voxom and Enigma stuff. Alliant / Radix stem and stuff.  JW and Stiffys stuff.  Cool late mid-school cruiser parts.

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