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1986 GT World Tour

#1 2012-04-10 11:18pm

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1986 GT World Tour

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1986 GT World Tour

Survivor World Tour

Here is my survivor GT blue World Tour. The WT was complete other than the chain. It was a "Family" bike that was bought new by the guy's uncle I bought it from. It just needed typical wear item (cable, pads, grips, chain, and tires) and a good cleaning/greasing. It's a early build bike (1085). It seems to have some different parts than some of the others on here. The cranks are Suginos with a 84 cast date. The brakes are 880 fronts/901 rears with Tech 4 handles. It also has blue bars instead of the white ones most other WT, PWT, and PFTs have. As far as I can tell the only non original parts are the Kashimax Aero seat and Pro Neck chainring. When I picked it up it had a 1st gen Rotor on it. I took it off for now but may put it back on at a later date. The Rotor top bearing cup is still there. It's going to be one of my riders so I put NS Primo Wall tires and ODI Longnecks on it. I may put some A'ME Rounds on it in the future. The one cool thing that I like about it is the Rockville BMX stickers that are on the front Tuff. I think its pretty cool that they survived this long.


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#2 2012-04-11 8:44am

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Re: 1986 GT World Tour

This is my favorite GT color. I had a friend that had the "Eddie Fiola" Word Tour in blue.


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#3 2012-04-11 11:22am

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Re: 1986 GT World Tour

Love it


I'm a rider not a speller... Sorry if you dislike  but I try hard. So please take it easy.
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#4 2012-04-11 11:56am

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Nice bike. If it were pink- I`d buy it... %)
Erm... Just a joke. A cool bike and a beautiful color.

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#5 2012-04-13 7:37pm

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cool score doug, I know you've been wanting a complete 80s gt for a long time now. now all you need is a 87 pro performer like you used to have.

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#6 2012-04-17 9:37am

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That bike is awesome! Hey I'm looking for a photo - as hi-rez as possible - of an '86 GT World Tour t-shirt. Any idea who might be able to help me out? I did the art for that shirt and I'd like a photo of one to go along with the original pencil comp of it that I'm donating to an auction of BMX artwork. Thx!

-Austin

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#7 2012-04-19 3:02pm

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Totally rad!!!

Personally i like it more without the Rotor...and down the line, since you WILL ride it, these old-style rotors add too much flex by raising the stem so high smile

Anyway, i love it!


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#8 2012-08-01 7:01pm

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TheKoolKids wrote:

Love it

I take that back after I road it lol
I'm haveing fun haha


I'm a rider not a speller... Sorry if you dislike  but I try hard. So please take it easy.
Got me a Model-C aftermarket frame!!!!

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#9 2012-08-02 12:47am

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Sweet bike! Looks familiar. Get it from Pittsburgh area recently?

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#10 2012-08-04 6:11pm

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Re: 1986 GT World Tour

GTArtGuy wrote:

That bike is awesome! Hey I'm looking for a photo - as hi-rez as possible - of an '86 GT World Tour t-shirt. Any idea who might be able to help me out? I did the art for that shirt and I'd like a photo of one to go along with the original pencil comp of it that I'm donating to an auction of BMX artwork. Thx!

-Austin

I wish i could help you. But unfortunately I just have the bike and not the shirt. But I wish I had the shirt!!! big_smile


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#11 2012-08-04 6:14pm

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Re: 1986 GT World Tour

TheKoolKids wrote:

TheKoolKids wrote:

Love it

I take that back after I road it lol
I'm haveing fun haha

Oh yea, well your just jealous because it's just that cool!!! lol big_smile cool I bet if I slapped a FBM sticker on it you would ride it until the wheels fell off of it. lol


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#12 2012-08-04 9:00pm

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Lol hell yea you know me brother!!!!


I'm a rider not a speller... Sorry if you dislike  but I try hard. So please take it easy.
Got me a Model-C aftermarket frame!!!!

Kink frame anyone..? P.m me

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