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1995 GT Fueler

#1 2021-10-25 1:16pm

denver jim
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1995 GT Fueler

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1995 GT Fueler

Mid-School cool

2021, age 46: I caught the BMX bug again last winter during covid hibernation, and it was time for a fresh 20" build.

I considered going all new school this time around, but ultimately decided I still wanted something classic. This Fueler turned out super cool and rides amazing. I love it!
Jan. '95 Fueler F&F and unsealed headsetS&M Elevenz barsA'me camsProfile Push stemProfile Race cranksNeptune spiderMCS sprocketHaro Fusion pedalsProfile BBProfile mini hubsSun Envy rimsOdyssey Aitken 2.25 front & rearBlack Ops Mullet seatGeneric post, redline seat clamp, and rusty brakes that all came with the frame set and still work


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#2 2021-10-27 6:02am

holmes95
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Re: 1995 GT Fueler

Looks fast!! Those bars miniaturised the bike,way cool! :)

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