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#1 2008-11-20 8:08pm

furious_01
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1995 GT Pro Series 24

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1995 GT Pro Series 24

Scored this VERY clean 24" cruiser off eBay for my birthday this past October. Ever since getting back into BMX, this is the bike I have wanted. It came pretty much stock, so I decided to put some of my own touches on it. Yellow Duros, yellow Shotgun II seat (NOS), Odyssey seat post (NOS), yellow Johan California Lite pads (NOS), and MX-99 Dia Compe brakes. GT Profile 180 cranks with Crupi pedals and cages. Everything else is stock GT...


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#2 2008-11-22 7:58am

Deacon
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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

What an amazing find.  Great mind went into thhe resto of this bike.  Looks awesome!


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#3 2008-11-22 8:03am

furious_01
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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

Deacon wrote:

What an amazing find.  Great mind went into thhe resto of this bike.  Looks awesome!

Thanks dude.  But, to be honest, not much was involved in terms of actual resto - a few finishing touches here and there.  Oh, and I got my seatpost, so I'll try to take pics today and get them up on the Museum.  The Shotgun II looks BOSS!!!

I even have another idea (brakes) that may be implemented in the very near future.  Stay tuned! cool


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#4 2008-12-18 3:14pm

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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

Hi,
I recently purchased a frame/fork set, do you know the differences between the Mach 1/Pro Series?  It is stickered as a Pro Series, but the Mach looks very similar.  Thanks for your help.
Kaii


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#5 2008-12-27 9:30am

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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

Updated pic of my GT 24" cruiser. smile


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#6 2008-12-27 5:13pm

Deacon
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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

Wow!  Look at those crank arms!!


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#7 2009-02-12 6:27pm

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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

Haro Fusion cranks!  Now I need some Profile GT's or SOMETHING for the black one... I got black Cali Lite pads on the black one now... def looks nicer... big_smile


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#8 2009-08-16 9:50pm

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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

wow , this is what I want to do to mine!

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#9 2009-08-17 8:12pm

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Re: 1995 GT Pro Series 24

ironic you say that.  the sidewall on the rear schwinn maximizer blew yesterday - so i need some yellow 24" gum or skin walls if anyone has any...


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