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  2. I’m not a GT aficionado but pretty sure thats a late 90’s - early 2000’s design.
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  5. Looking for some info on this bike, pacman forks are stamped 99, the frame is chrome but factory painted over, 1 1/8 stem, 4 piece bars, the color and solid sprocket I can only find on a 2000 model, but the bars and forks I can't find on another 2000 bike. Do they usually paint over chrome? And what is the bike worth being 100% original, I still have the old kmc chain. Original gt tires and original grips still.
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  7. Yeah, I’ve rode it around the neighborhood and it feels nice. I can’t wait to do some more serious riding.
  8. I wanted to do a moto influence build. Something like what a 70’s or early 80’s bike would be but with modern parts. I built the frame with some ideas I’ve had for years. The split tubes at the seat tube (80’s track bike Regie). Down tube pierces the bottom bracket and capped. A one off 7005 aluminum/4130 Chromoly triple clamp fork with disc brake mount. Hope front hub with 20mm through axle. Hope front and rear brakes. Renthal handlebars.
  9. I wanted to do a moto influence build. Something like what a 70’s or early 80’s bike would be but with modern parts. I built the frame with some ideas I’ve had for years. The split tubes at the seat tube (80’s track bike Regie). Down tube pierces the bottom bracket and capped. A one off triple clamp fork with disc brake mount. Hope front hub with 20mm through axle. Hope front and rear brakes. Renthal handlebars. Thanks for looking.
  10. I would also like to invite you all to join the Facebook group that I just created about G-boy. You can access it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gboybmx I shared there a document that I prepared with information that I found on this fantastic thread. Please, feel free to help me modify/improve it! :-)
  11. Hi everybody from Barcelona. It's my first post on BMX Society despite I've been reading it often since 2011, more or less... I'd like to share 2 images that were not in this thread. Taken from the Laguna Distributors catalog from 1978. Note: - there seem to have existed 2 different models of the "standard shaped" forks - the fork has decals with the early logo (supposed to be found on 10 hole gusset frames) - the frame seems to have a Stout decal on the top tube and a vertical version of the early G-boy logo on the head tube
  12. Hi all. I was pleased last week to add a DG frame, forks and stem to my collection and found out after the fact with some input from some knowledgeable OSBMX peeps that it is a ZF-1 frame with 1" forks. Rather be lucky than good I say. Looking forward to starting the build.
  13. And seat is here and she is done !
  14. If that threadless headset is original to the bike (I doubt the stem is). My best guess would be 1996 model. Pretty sure they still used quill stems in 95.
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