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1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

#1 2007-08-20 12:33pm

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1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

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1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

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My newest rider. Wanted something a little "newer" so I didn't feel bad about dropping my older bikes. This thing is sweet. Chrome blings and alot of the parts are Old School, or at least old school inspired. Breakdown: 1996 PFT F/F Power Series cranks Tioga pedals Tuf Neck disc GT chainwheel DC 990's on the rear DC Bulldogs on the front Odyssey stem Haro Kneesaver bars A'me grips IRC Freestyle tires Femco 48 wheels (cheap, but they have been taking my abuse pretty well) Odyssey Gyro GT seat and seat post


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#2 2007-08-27 4:52pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

looks like a 1995 or 1996 PFT....the 1997 ones were threadless ;)

Nice theme though NJ!


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#3 2007-08-28 3:03pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

yup, its a 1996, 97's had different decals and they had the 1 1/8 threadless head set with pac man forks....i have a 96 and 97 in my museum


WTB: [b]1992 Yellow splatter GT Performer, 1992/1994 PFTs

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#4 2007-08-29 10:03am

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

bling bling...

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#5 2007-08-29 12:44pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

Yeah, def not a 97.......oops.  The serial # says 95, is it an actual 95?  Changed it up a bit too, will post the new pics soon.

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#6 2007-08-29 2:35pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

what's the serial??
Actually without the stickers it's hard to tell if it's a 1995 or a 1996


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#7 2007-09-01 9:28am

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

probubly a early 96, Duke it still has the PFT sticker....


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#8 2007-09-01 10:39am

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

DemonGT wrote:

probubly a early 96, Duke it still has the PFT sticker....

Ooopsss!
Sorry, i haven't noticed (am i blind?)
Yes a 1996!


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#9 2007-11-07 7:11pm

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

OMG what are the pedals? I think I've had every color of those LOL, but cant remember what they were.
Nice Bike!

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#10 2007-11-08 6:46am

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Re: 1996 GT Pro Freestyle Tour

Pedals are Tioga something (Can't remember the actual name)....since this pic, I've changed them to GT Platform pedals.


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