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1982 GT Pro

#1 2020-06-16 1:40pm

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1982 GT Pro

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1982 GT Pro

1982 frame/fork/bars/seat post

GT frame/early fork/bars/seat post/stem
GT repop pads
MX1000 brakes
Elina seat
SR seat clampOG Hutch 1/2 spindles JDB repop Hutch pedalsAME repop grips


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#2 2020-06-17 7:01pm

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Re: 1982 GT Pro

Is that a silver finish GT stem? I've only seen them in black finish. Looks good :cool:

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#3 2020-06-17 10:49pm

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Re: 1982 GT Pro

GT_Junkie wrote:

Is that a silver finish GT stem? I've only seen them in black finish. Looks good :cool:

Yes original finish stem no anodizing.
I worked for Gary Turner at one time and he was surprised when I showed him what I got for my rides.
Most are black that I have seen on internet and a couple polished.
Thanks for looking.

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#4 2020-06-18 9:22am

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Re: 1982 GT Pro

Sexy stem.  :cool:


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#5 2020-06-18 3:39pm

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Re: 1982 GT Pro

skdevore wrote:

Sexy stem.  :cool:

It’s Ether how you doing?
Still building bikes with your son?
I made a new bmx so i have two

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