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1989 GT JR Performer 16

#1 2013-08-02 9:29am

NS_Freestyler
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1989 GT JR Performer 16

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1989 GT JR Performer 16

JR Performer

Built this for my yougest daughter, I bought the frame over 10 years ago and forgot about it until 2012. I had 90% of parts but needed a few more to get it done, plus the frame was a complete mess and needed a lot of TLC.

Build:
Frame: 1989 GT JR Performer
Fork: Wald Pit
Headset: Tioga Beartrap II
Stem: GT Mallet
Bars: GT Junior Freestyler
Grips: AM'E Mini
Cranks: Stock 1 Piece GT Pit 127mm
Sprocket: 36 GT
Pedals: Union
Chain: Izumi
Seat: GT
Seat Post: Generic
Seat Clamp: Dia-Compe Hinged
Wheels: Skyway 16inch Tuffs with Coaster Brake
Tires: Maxxis Hookworms
Tubes: Generic with Pink Dice valve caps


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#2 2013-08-02 10:10pm

that 80's guy
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Re: 1989 GT JR Performer 16

Awesome lil build!!


Sweepin' the leg and killin threads

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#3 2018-06-06 8:18am

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Re: 1989 GT JR Performer 16

Wow, looks great! I am picking up a complete okay condition JR Performer this Saturday. Any chance you can help me on what I should look for to be sure it's a legit and not a copy (serial number)? Thanks. I am getting it for my 4 year old son with plans to restomod it.

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